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What matters is whether his criticism is correct or not – not what his politics are.
Aggie’s twin sister had died a couple of months before. Initial grief had given way to sleeplessness and increasingly erratic behaviour.
Plus, oil price surges after attacks in Saudi Arabia and Liberal Democrats pledge to cancel Brexit.
“You’re allergic to something.” “I thought so,” she said. “But I haven’t changed my washing powder or anything.”
The cognitive dissonance surrounding anti-vaxxers doesn’t simply reflect a mistrust of science, but a failure to situate oneself in another person’s position.
Three decades ago, Professor Judy Grisel was a homeless college dropout, sharing a crack pipe on the streets. Now she is investigating brains like hers that suffer addiction.
If I don’t receive my medication on time, my body will start rejecting my heart.
Doctors often have a sixth sense that the patient in front of them is in trouble. From my rush of alertness, I knew that carbonated pop definitely wasn’t responsible.
A government paper recently laid out plans to eradicate smoking by 2030. Is that feasible?
Pharmacies are already over-burdened.
A typical doctor makes 10,000 decisions a year. But even the best will get things wrong at least 100 times. Can AI offer a solution to human error in medicine?