The advance of technology brings many benefits, but it does not mean we can simply switch off our brains. Computers are not sexist, racist or otherwise prejudiced, but the flawed people who programme them may well be, even if they don’t realise it.
There’s an understandable reluctance to attach labels to children who are struggling to cope, but without diagnosis, how can they get help?
PERFECT little toes on a fluffy knitted blanket – that was the image that accompanied this week’s story in The National about IVF on the NHS. Scotland is to have the UK’s “fairest and most generous” provision, the government announced this week, having accepted some of the key recommendations of its National Infertility Group. IVFContinue reading “Focus on happy endings obscures the emotional toll of unsuccessful IVF”