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Katie Hopkins attacked me on Twitter — so I reported her to the police for inciting racial hatred

Controversy sells. I get that. The more sensational, outrageous and belligerent a commentator is these days, the higher their stock. We live in angry …

You Made Me a Better Doctor

When a photograph of an emergency room doctor grieving for a 19-year-old patient was posted online recently, it went viral with thousands of shares, …

Man Loses Job After Punching Colleague In Face

In a completely reasonable move, a man was today fired after he was found to have punched a colleague in the face.<p>The attack lasted 30 seconds until …

Inappropriate demands to GPs

Introduction<p>General Practitioners in the UK (GPs) have been contracted since 1948 by the National Health Service (NHS) to meet the reasonable …

Swimming Pools

'Taste Of Israel' Ad Booklet In Waitrose Magazine Sparks Outrage Over 'Appropriation' Of Palestinian Culture

Waitrose Kitchen Magazine has stirred up controversy by including a 'Taste of Israel' advertising booklet inside its usual publication, containing …

Why Using the Dictionary Definition of Racism Just Doesn't Work

<b>Panel 1</b><p><b>Person 1:</b> Well, the <i>dictionary definition</i> of racism is—<p><b>Person 2:</b> Look, I’m going to have you pause here for a second.<p><b>Panel 2</b><p><b>Person 2:</b> I think …

A TED speaker coach shares 11 tips for right before you go on stage

Gina Barnett advises a speaker before the annual TED Conference. Below, her best last-minute public speaking tips. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED<p>The weekend …

‘Miracle’ stem cell therapy reverses multiple sclerosis

The treatment, is the first to reverse the symptoms of MS, which has no cure, and affects around 100,000 people in Britain.<p>A pioneering new stem cell treatment is allowing multiple sclerosis sufferers to walk, run and even dance again, in results branded ‘miraculous’ by doctors.<p>Patients who have …

Medicine

Before I Go: A Stanford neurosurgeon’s parting wisdom about life and time

In residency, there’s a saying: The days are long, but the years are short. In neurosurgical training, the day usually began a little before 6 a.m., and lasted until the operating was done, which depended, in part, on how quick you were in the OR.<p>A resident’s surgical skill is judged by his …

Medicine

The weaker sex

“IT’S all to do with their brains and bodies and chemicals,” says Sir Anthony Seldon, the master of Wellington College, a posh English boarding …

Israel is losing the debate – in more ways than one

Last night, I participated in a debate at the Cambridge Union on ‘This House Believes Israel is a Rogue State.’ Speaking alongside Ghada Karmi and …

Re-reading is inefficient. Here are 8 tips for studying smarter.

The way most students study makes no sense.<p>That's the conclusion of Washington University in St. Louis psychologists Henry Roediger and Mark McDaniel — who've spent a combined 80 years studying learning and memory, and recently distilled their findings with novelist Peter Brown in the book <i>Make It</i> …