Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

November 20, 2017

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Now accepting anyone: Oxford University

You might want to finance your kid’s trip to Europe after all — if he or she is ...

Of pilgrims and Poles

Going to Rome in May? Good luck. There are going to be millions of pilgrims there to attend ...

The art of reinvention

Who needs souvenir shops? Prague’s Golden Lane certainly doesn’t. That’s why the adorable alley of 16th-century miniature homes ...

The best hostels in Europe

There are hostels and then there are hostels, the latter kind being the ones that really give you ...

Versailles: have an imperial roll

Democracy is coming to the Château de Versailles. Beginning in 2012, plain old commoners like us will be ...

3 chic conference hotels

Got a long flight for just a few days of conferencing? Maybe you should pamper yourself at one ...

A floating spa

Ah, spring. It’s the season that signals getting back into shape and feeling good in your skin again. ...

A museum of broken relationships?

There’s a museum for everything. While some really shouldn’t exist - like the Phallological Museum in Iceland - ...

Florida after the spill

“Our coast is clear.” That’s what Florida wanted tourists to know a month after the biggest environmental disaster ...

Pack happy

Did you hear the one about the 100 Belgian students getting kicked off a Ryan Air flight after ...

Plenty of fish in the sea?

A 2006 study released by the journal Science predicts that most of the world’s fisheries will collapse in ...

Problems booking cheap flights?

Get out the shovel because you’re going to have to dig deeper for airfare deals. Airlines and online ...

Voyeurism made beautiful

Thought you hated Google Street View because it invaded your neighbourhood and put it on the Web for ...

Gladiators, graffiti artists and underground explorers

In Europe, history is lurking around every corner. A few cities on the Continent have even come up ...

How much for the Magna Carta?

US$3.99 isn’t exactly a lot for your very own permanent curator to the British Library. Okay, so it's ...