Clusters of anything – suicides, birth defects, diseases – are a magnet to journalists.
To paraphrase Oscar Wilde, I never travel without my copy of the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
Fish and the oils it contains are supposed to be good for mothers-to-be and their children.
Dame Deirdre Hine’s report on the 2009 Influenza Pandemic makes a strong appeal for publication of the analyses on which the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) relied, a
Gloomy winter days beget a gloomy mood in many people. But the Meteorological Office has an answer.
Is the rise in diagnoses of autism the result of changing diagnostic practice, rather than any sinister environmental cause? New evidence from California points in that direction.
“Don’t give your children ham” says the World Cancer Research Fund today, claiming that 3,700 cases of bowel cancer a year could be prevented in the UK if everyone ate less than 70g of processed meat a week.