I think this is not a surprise: it might change somewhat over time.
Steve Turner | 12-Jun-2014 11:59 am The problem with 'vexatious complaints' is the one of perspective: frequently the complainant, and the professional being complained about, are 'seeing different things'.
tinkerbell | 25-May-2014 11:26 am michael stone | 24-May-2014 3:22 pm go on then, what's the old court room joke? I assume it is the now non-pc one, about a foreign court system based on media reports from the English papers, where the punchline was 'and a small titter ran round the court'. Coyness prevents me from repeating the whole joke.
I would love to see Tinkerbell trapping Cameron in a Joanna Lumley moment!
Comment on: Cochrane review questions benefit of Tamiflu
'Although one day does not sound like a lot, in a disease that lasts only six days, it is' From Wendy Barclay: I'm wondering if she has ever had a bad atatck of flu, herself ? I still 'shout at the TV' whenever a football manager says 'he's got a touch of flu today, but he'll be fine for the weekend' (that 'flu' ISN'T like the flu I had !). It might last 'for 6 days' but those 6 days are very different - I can recall 'about a day' of feeling absolutely terrible, when I had flu as a kid. I was laying in bed, soaked in sweat, muscles aching, headache, virtually too weak to stand up, and if I tried to close my eyes, it felt as if someone had tied a rope to my ankles and was swinging me round in a circle. I'm not sure that shortening the overall length of the illness by a tiny bit, would be a good trade if the side effects of this drug are 'it causes nausea and vomiting and increases the risk of headaches' - I wouldn't take that trade-off, knowing how bad I was anyway (in the 24 hours directly before the 'fever breaks and you just feel weak/drained for many days' stage).