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For an hour the argument went backwards and forward, with Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove chairing the virtual proceedings from his office. When the meeting ended, Glen told his boss 'there had been a good and lively discussion' but no decision had been taken. … [Read more...] about Matt Hancock is accused of trying to ‘bounce’ Boris Johnson into shutting the hospitality sector after warning UK is at ‘perilous moment’ and that lockdowns will be part of life until a vaccine is found
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Our reliance on drugs and surgery is an unintended consequence of the incredible advances in medicine. The dominance of the biomedical model of the human body helped foster those advances, but it has left us with a big blind spot when it comes to understanding and managing pain. This model considers the human body as made up of constituent parts that can be assessed and repaired – just find the broken bit and fix it. Treating the human body like a car can be useful, but this ignores the role of emotion and cognitive processing in the generation and management of pain. It also means that many of us still think some kinds of pain are more “real” than others, and it’s the reason that when someone says “It’s all in your head”, it’s not typically meant kindly. … [Read more...] about Analgesic culture: can reframing pain make it go away?