Diagnostic and prognostic tests are improving all the time. That is what we doctors like to think, at any rate.
It is mistaken to treat a voluntary behavior as if it were a disease, and then try to "treat" it.
What about the father?
The case for banning adolescent female soccer on grounds of health and safety is clear.
A Lancet study casts doubt on previous research.
Can sufficient exercise achieve immortality? The Lancet seems to think so.
Do dying patients want someone else to make decisions for them?
Does the patient have the right to make a decision on what medical treatment, if any, to have?
Man does not live by rationality alone.
Three new studies show the surprising benefits of taking low doses of aspirin daily.
Significant new findings.
Doctors are careless of whether or not they turn them into addicts.
Ethical questions and incomplete knowledge are slowing progress in the study of genes.
Not knowing how anxious I ought to be makes me … well, anxious.
How come French children don't need to be experimented upon by psychologists to get them to eat well?
The idea of handing them out to 10 and 11 year olds with no questions asked seems callous and unfeeling.
A questionnaire used millions of times by doctors is now subject to copyright law.
The march of folly never ceases.
Child abuse started out as fractured legs and broken skulls, and has ended up as assaults on self-esteem.
Those with vested interests in smoking cessation somehow avoid scrutiny. Hmm.
What ails the Greeks can't be treated by doctors.