The British media hasn’t picked up on the tale of Senator Jon Kyl (pictured) who during budget debates in the US Senate earlier this month about the healthcare provider Planned Parent
To paraphrase Oscar Wilde, I never travel without my copy of the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
Occasional drinking in pregnancy does no harm, report the Daily Mail, the Herald, the Guardian and the Daily Telegraph today.
The Royal College of Midwives has taken a pot at the use of flawed evidence used to discourage women from giving birth at home.
Earlier this month, lots of media attention was paid to a new analysis concluding that giving birth at home tripled the chances of the baby dying.
Getting a decimal point in the wrong place “makes no difference”, according to a Conservative Party spokesman, after a document issued by the party multiplied the number of teenag
The risks to pregnant women from swine flu are real. Yet many may still resist vaccination because they fear that carries an even greater risk. What do the data so far tell us?