Headlines asserting that hospital admissions attributable to alcohol have doubled since 2004 to over a million a year could soon be just a nasty memory.
Several papers this morning bemoaned the latest figures for excess winter deaths, but it’s not clear why.
Claims made by David Cameron and Andrew Lansley about cancer care in the NHS have generated a row that shows no sign of diminishing.
Can it really be true that the Celtic nations of the UK could save almost 4,000 lives every year by eating like the English?
Yesterday users of designer drugs including mephedrone were told they were playing Russian roulette with their lives.