Putting the rise of STIs in England into contextSubscription
Laura Waters explains the rise of STIs in the UK, the possible reasons behind it and possible solutions, and considers the challenges posed by the current economic climate.
The evidence that air pollution is contributing to the ill health of the population continues to grow. Action must be taken now, writes Lois Holliday.
The cholesterol and calorie hypotheses are both dead — it is time to focus on the real culprit: insulin resistance
Emerging evidence shows that insulin resistance is the most important predictor of cardiovascular and type 2 diabetes.
A closer examination of the evidence on testosterone therapy for men shows why the animosity surrounding the treatment is based on flawed assumptions.
Labelling patients as ‘prediabetic’ may not improve health outcomes because of inconsistencies with the testing and diagnosing of the condition, among other factors, writes Eleanor Barry.