We take a look at the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of this year's lineup of Christmas ads.
The average GP appointment lasts just 10 minutes - but for time-poor patients a 'quick and dirty' consultation may be precisely what they want.
Globalisation has been with us for centuries, but the balance of power is shifting
New evidence suggests that Hitler was a junkie and many of his troops were on speed
With the ever so slightly terrifying US presidential elections looming, many Americans will be trying to weigh up their chances of having decent and affordable healthcare under either candidate.
Life has obtained a sneak preview of Theresa May's draft letter to the EU triggering Article 50. (We can't vouch for its authenticity.)
Are biosimilars a threat to original research, or a spur to innovation?
if brandy makes you randy and whisky makes you frisky, how do they affect your chance of conceiving?
Bagpipe Lung is the latest occupational disease, and the fault lies with fungi
Who should supply drugs: pharmacists or dealers?
The mark of a champion is a willingness to embrace pain
What are words worth? A penny a line if you're a hack writer. $1m a line if you're an action hero.
Fingers are part of our everyday vocabulary and pretty central to my job as a writer but can a man’s finger length really predict how polite or promiscuous he will be or even reveal his penis size?
International collaboration gives you the best of both worlds
When money's too tight to mention, it's time to put our thinking caps on
Prototyping and experiential design have been used to sell ideas for more than 3 centuries