Cot death rates in England and Wales are going down. In Avon, which used to report one of the highest levels of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in the country, there have been no unexplained d ...
CROHN'S: Can we blame the kitchen fridge?
One of the medical myths we live with is the notion that eye disease arises as an inevitable consequence of growing older. This month’s cover story concerns eyedrops given for glaucoma, a condition that, with cataracts, has been considered as...
Antipsychotics, often used to treat schizophrenia, can cause hyperglycaemia and diabetes, so a new alert has revealed.
TO DRINK OR NOT TO DRINK: Is alcohol good for us or not?
Remicade was trumpeted as a wonder drug for rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn's disease when licensed for use six years ago.
TRANSPLANTS: The miracle of medicine that will eventually kill you
A DOUBLE LATTE NON-DIABETICO: Well, it could catch on at Starbucks
HEART RISKS: Is another urban myth toppled?