Showing posts from July, 2013

NHS patient information leaflets are “inaccurate, inconsistent and confusing”

NHS111 an 'abject failure' says BMA

The Oxford Trobadors, Occitan poetry and song.

Economic growth is good, but is it sustainable?

Patient safety put at risk by long hours for Junior Doctors

Plain packaging makes cigarettes less appealing and increases urgency to quit smoking

One in six hospitals offers private services to boost income

Rocking the foundations of biology and politics

Oxford's cosmological time travellers

Broken pledges and the crisis in the NHS

Deepening crisis in the NHS

Lack of informed consent for experiments on premature babies

Battle for regional languages in France

Labour must not let the media dictate terms

The truth lost in austerity; it wasn't public spending that got us into this mess.

Hazardous Pesticides found in Chinese Herbal Remidies Sold in UK, Europe and North America