Although it does not present any revolutionary ideas, The Twinstitute takes a fun look at health fads and alternatives to common medicines.
‘The Goop Lab’ offers viewers an insight into controversial and costly alternative wellness therapies — be prepared to take it with a pinch of salt.
One of London’s flagship museums invites visitors to Gibson and Son’s, a Victorian chemist’s shop preserved in time.
How the Pill Changes Everything: Your Brain on Birth Control by Sarah Hill
BBC Three. Addicted: America’s Opioid Crisis
A heated look at vaccine oppositionSubscription
BBC. Conspiracy Files: Vaccine Wars. Current Affairs Television: London; 2019
Dispatches. Young, British and Depressed. London: Channel 4; 2019
Menopause: All you need to know in one concise manual by Louise Newson
A powerful short film documenting India’s revolution against the stigma of talking about menstruation.
Guide to prescribing children's medicine Subscription
Prescribing medicines for children: from drug development to practical administration, by Barker B, Turner M and Sharland M (eds).
Patient Access by patient.co.uk.
An app for those who need help with making the most of living in the moment.
iPrescribe Exercise app
The Longevity Paradox by Steven Gundry.
Dopesick: Dealers, doctors, and the drug company that addicted America by Beth Macy.
Guide to a longer and healthier lifeSubscription
The Longevity Solution: rediscovering centuries-old secrets to a healthy, long life, by James DiNicolantonio and Jason Fung
The Pharmacist’s Guide to Opioid Use Disorders, edited by Merrill Norton.
Ten Drugs: how plants, powders, and pills have shaped the history of medicine by Thomas Hager.
The fifteen minute hour: efficient and effective patient-centered consultation skills by Marian R Stuart and Joseph A Lieberman
The Public Health England-curated exhibition charts the government’s changing health messages and evolving approach to delivering them.
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