If the curative thesis is true, then most medicine throughout history -- as well as much contemporary medicine -- isn't medicine at all.
Reports of demonic possession are once again on the rise. But during the devil’s last apogee in early modern Europe, demonic afflictions were taken seriously by both priests and physicians.
Just 82% of young Australians have insurance when they travel overseas. But even if you have insurance, you might not be covered for everything.
There is a gap in most people's knowledge – experiential poverty – about how to deal with death.
Alexander Fleming's work has helped countless people over the last nine decades.
Handshakes may be polite, but they're also a sure fire way to transfer lots of bacteria from one hand to another.
Compounds in your breath could help AI detect illnesses, including different cancers.
These professional entertainers are trained and paid to go round hospitals cheer up children with music and laughter.
A longer life for humans and pets means more challenges for doctors and vets.
Research shows tranquility can help to boost levels of relaxation, reduce stress and even provide pain relief.
What does dementia feel like?
Why are we so shocked when we, or someone we know, becomes ill? It's time to reclaim sickness as a normal part of life.
Lettuce leaves and purgatives might ease your aching heart.
Burnout is a growing problem for the modern workplace. It has an impact on organisational costs, as well as employee health and well-being.
Illness can have a major impact on our view of the world. Sometimes, it can be enlightening.
Health and local employment prospects both play a part in whether older workers stop working.
Children don’t learn much about how illnesses spread if they are just taught a list of dos and don’ts. They need to know why an action is useful.