A lmost every day, this column is written on an iPad. It is the single most impressive, most useful, most versatile piece of technology of my lifetime.
Milly Dowler's mother collapsed in tears today after being questioned about her daughter's last few days.
Treatments still funded on NHS despite lack of proof that they work
To sceptics of alternative medicine, it will come as a surprise. Applying magnets to the brains of Alzheimer's disease sufferers helps them understand what is said to them. The finding by Italian scientsts, who conducted a randomised controlled trial of the treatment, suggests that magnets may alter "cortical activity" in the brain, readjusting unhealthy patterns caused by disease or damage. The study was small, involving just 10 patients, and the results are preliminary.
Support grows for author facing crippling libel action for attack on spinal treatment
Unprecedented approval for alternative therapies from health service watchdog
Actress tells her fans she is suffering from a minor blood clot
Acupuncturists, Chinese medicine practitioners and medical herbalists should be formally regulated to ensure they are "fit to practise", the Health Professions Council (HPC) told the Government today.