Spreading the festive cheer to our NHS heroes

UK entries for the World’s Best Nurse award have been extended to 10th January 2023 Nominations can come from members of the public wishing to celebrate their NHS heroes, or from nurses themselves The winner will be announced on International Nurses Day (23rd May) 22nd December, London: Brits looking to spread the festive cheer this… Read More »

Has Big Pharma Hijacked Evidence-Based Medicine?

Fear inhibits your ability to think critically. This is a central point made by cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra in his London presentation November 14, 2022. Many people were gripped by unprecedented fear during the COVID-19 pandemic, which shaped attitudes about the pharmacological interventions offered. Willful blindness is another phenomenon to be aware of. It’s when… Read More »

Rancid Piles of Donated Clothes Litter Developing Countries

Studies conducted during the on-again, off-again lockdowns of COVID-19 revealed how damaging social isolation was to most people. A reporter from The Conversation1 did an informal review of 33 published studies that included nearly 132,000 people from around the world and found that social restrictions increase your risk of depression over 4.5 times and the… Read More »