Sunlight is a resource sadly lacking in Britain at the moment – after three days of buoyant sunshine some time back in April, summer seems to have packed its bags and left for friendlier climes – and the implications of the sun’s reluctance to shine are vastly further reaching than simply messing up our barbeques … Continued
Category: Health News/Commentary
The world of medicine is a fast moving place and there’s always something new to discuss. Here are our thoughts and impressions on the latest in health news.
Forget the pumping music, clinical lighting and rippling narcissism of the gym – the best way to get your cardio (while doing something that you genuinely enjoy) is gardening. As any keen gardener already knows, digging, raking, weeding and mulching are a fantastic way of getting your heart-rate up, while sowing, harvesting, watering and planting … Continued
I was three or four and I remember squatting in my underpants wearing dark goggles staring, mesmerised, at a vivid bright blue light which fizzed and popped loudly. The air smelt dangerously acrid. Being a compliant child, I sat quietly along with several of my peers in a semi-circle around this somewhat threatening pseudo-sun. The … Continued
The Oscars, a time for the bright and the beautiful of the film industry to finally receive the attention and recognition they so roundly deserve. A chance for their humble and self-effacing efforts in the field of entertainment to enjoy much deserved applause and to finally be rewarded for their tireless service to Hollywood. And … Continued