Last year I put my house on the market. Mostly, I'm too busy to notice the clutter and untidiness that accompanies the life of a lone mum working full time, but I guessed the prospective viewers might...
I believe I speak for the overwhelming majority of doctors in the NHS when I say I went into medicine to practice evidence based, not corporate-influenced medicine.
In amongst all this exciting, depressing and uninteresting stuff the UK has still been under the thrall of the possible destruction of our national health service. Yes, I'm going to go on about it again.
I'm not a fan of rebuttals, they can often be interpreted as rude or standoffish. This is certainly not the flavour of my
Drug policy reform has received many endorsees, from Kofi Annan and Richard Branson, to a fleet of Nobel Prize winners and
Ben Goldacre has just launched Nerdydaytrips.com. These knowledge-oriented trips to old stones, new museums and weird buildings from childhood until now have made me the trivia-filled supernerd I am today.
Jargon-busting Bad Science columnist Ben Goldacre has launched a new travel resource featuring short trips with a sciencey
In the last thrashes of Gordon Brown's Labour government, the Prime Minister and the consecutive Home Secretaries of Alan Johnson & Jacqui Smith once more took political umbrage with cannabis.