My wife is away and I have a cold.
In the recent strong winds the large buddleia tree on our allotment was blown over. I have never “owned” a fallen tree before and, in a strange way, it rather affected me.
Every newspaper I have seen over the past two weeks appears to be giving away a fitness guide, with names such as Think Your Way Fit, Olympic Fitness for the Over-40s and Fifteen Ways to Fit Into Last Year’s Pants. Nursing Times isn’t planning such a supplement, they are too busy doing nursing stuff, so I offer my own personal guide to wellbeing.
Well I don’t know about you but I am going to try to do a lot more swimming.
There are two ways to approach Christmas this year I think.
Well, I for one am pleased to hear the NHS chief Sir David Nicholson say improving patient dignity is going to be the top priority for the health service next year.
Have you seen a television programme called Total Wipeout?
We know that the history of medicine is in part a history of brutalism.
I’ve heard it said that you know you are getting old when you automatically begin to resent the young.
A couple of weeks ago I was walking home with friends along the seafront in Brighton.