There are proven ways to reduce drug deaths in the UK. But the government is ignoring them.
You think you're receiving tablets of stone, but really they're more like custard.
No democratic government should be able to manipulate the public by getting a sneak peek at the data.
Well-being is a subjective notion – but that doesn't mean it can't be quantified.
Around 15,000 Parisians died in the August 2003 heatwave. So what lessons have been learned?