In 1976, we ate more than we do today. So why are we fatter? Read more.
A remarkable experiment suggests that emergency admissions to hospital can be reduced by tackling loneliness Read more.
Pollution, as scandals on both sides of the Atlantic show, is a physical manifestation of corruption. Read more.
New evidence suggests that obesity might be incurable. So why does the government propose to punish sufferers? Read more.
Is life extension science an astonishing promise or an astonishing threat? Or both? Read more.
Why do we transfer the real health risks inflicted by coal onto nuclear energy? Read more.
Could an astonishing explanation for the rise and fall of violent crime be correct? Read more.
The evidence linking Alzheimer’s disease to the food industry is strong and growing. Read more.
Why have successive governments been waging war on one of the world’s best health systems? Read more.
The level of excess winter deaths in the UK is higher than Siberia’s. This is why. Read more.
While pressing Stewart Brand to admit he was wrong, it seems that I might have stumbled across a new tactic in the corporate propaganda war. Read more.
Despite challenging the environmental movement to admit when it gets things wrong, he seems unable to do so himself. Read more.
Here are the emails Stewart Brand and I have sent to each other Read more.
The government’s disastrous new deregulation programme means that the poor will be fouled by the rich. Read more.