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HIV, Cancer and A History of Early Diagnosis-Early Intervention

HIV, Cancer and A History of Early Diagnosis-Early Intervention

 

Last month, two stories about ‘functional’ cures for HIV raised questions about the value of early diagnosis and intervention. Read more →

Where’s the Beef? Horse Meat and the Absence of Structural Issues in Discourses of Food and Health

Where’s the Beef? Horse Meat and the Absence of Structural Issues in Discourses of Food and Health

Last week the UK government announced a strategic review on the recent horsemeat scandal, reminding me of a debate about food safety on Radio 4’s Call You and Yours earlier this year.[i] Read more →

Celtic Fatties?

Celtic Fatties?

Given that we are at a time of year famous for its ‘indulgence’ and end-of-year reflection, Martin felt it might be the perfect opportunity to address one of this year’s most ridiculous diet-based medical stories. Read more →

Diabetes Cured?

Diabetes Cured?

Martin Moore, 2nd-year PhD student at Warwick and part of the Historyish podcast talks about problematic research in the diabetes field and the issues facing modern health care systems. Read more →