Could the placebo effect work in surgery? When a doctor wanted to investigate – by opening patients up but not operating – some said it was criminal. But the resulting study has shaken the medical world
As a profession, we’re supposed to be minimising our antibiotic prescribing to help counter the looming disaster of resistance.
EU citizens working for the NHS needed access to an Android app for the settled status scheme.
Curiously, Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, also known as broken heart syndrome, has a predilection for women, but occasionally occurs in men as well.
The Bill is an ambitious first step, but we need a holistic approach to really tackle domestic abuse.
New dietary advice follows an old formula: place the onus for climate change on individuals’ behaviour.
The ad appeared the same week a woman broke ultramarathon records – while breastfeeding.
The ring-fenced £22.5bn over five years is less than the service needs simply to stand still, let alone make up for a decade of cuts.
We are not destined to be objects of pity in our old age. But ageism is alive and kicking,
She calmly explained that I’m not the first doctor to inform her that her obesity is causing her harm
Keeping food artificially cheap cannot be allowed to be an excuse for continued environmental destruction and poor diets.