‘It is particularly important to address the issue of supplemental work performed through modern communications technology’
'We've seen erratic behaviour [and] false statements that are demonstrably wrong'
Firms are promising that a simple swab of the mouth could hold the key to better health
The chef whips up a hearty dish that’s perfect for a Friday night indoors with a beer
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Trainee anaesthetists unable to eat or drink during shift and stressed out by pressures on NHS
Some 314 'Never Events' were recorded over nine months revealing a worrying list of blunders including a procedure on the wrong side of the brain
'We should be cautious about using reviews like these when deciding about health choices'
James Hamblin is on a quest to rethink what we think we know about our bodies
Hospitals are under severe pressure due to overwhelming demand and bed shortages
For decades, people have avoided MSG over health fears, but could it actually be perfectly safe?
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In 2015, 271,000 children aged 12 to 17 received care for mental illness at a residential treatment facility. But that decision, and the aftermath, can be hard on families