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Tackle and other forms of “harmful contact” in rugby should be banned from school PE lessons, claim researchers writing in
The government’s plan to prevent child obesity is “severely limited”, a team of experts has claimed in an article published
Whilst realisation of your death was sinking in during those grey, cold January days of 2016, many of us went on with our day jobs. At the beginning of that week I had a discussion with a hospital patient, facing the end of her life. We discussed your death and your music, and it got us talking about numerous weighty subjects, that are not always straightforward to discuss with someone facing their own demise. In fact, your story became a way for us to communicate very openly about death, something many doctors and nurses struggle to introduce as a topic of conversation.
How many Parliamentarians who will shortly debate the Falconer Bill on assisted suicide are people with wide enough life experience to empathise with those who see more choice as a threat and not a blessing? How many subscribers to the BMJ put themselves, day by day, into the shoes of people for whom consumer choice is someone else's luxury, even if their editor chooses to use his journalistic position to make a ruling on behalf of ethicists everywhere?
What's all the fuss about Fats and statins? There was some embarrassment as the BMJ hit the news yesterday over having to pull some published reports into statins over questions about the quality of the data- but what are statins and what's going on?
Some antidepressants could pose a serious risk to heart health, research reveals. The UK government has already modified
Female doctors’ pay lags behind their male colleagues by 28.6%, according to the latest survey of UK hourly pay by the Office
A study into whether physical activity alleviates the symptoms of depression has found there is no benefit. Research published