This teacher is making PPE in her garden shed
Loveproperty.com, May 2020
One inspiring homeowner is supporting health workers with a PPE production line in her backyard.
Taking the Pill? You might need to know the Dutch word for Monday
Daily Mail, March 2016
Clutching the pregnancy test I’d just done, I sent a silent wish to the universe: ‘Please let it be negative.’ When I dared to look I was relieved to see only one blue line.
Occupational Health, May 2011
According to a study published in the October 2010 issue of the journal SLEEP, sleep disturbances increase both the likelihood of employees taking time off work and the time it takes them to return to work after absences. In the study of more than 56,000 Finnish workers, researchers found that those reporting problems sleeping were more likely to suffer from mental and physical illnesses and to retire early.
The celeb haunt for the haunted
The London Paper, 27 October 2008
Some celebrity haunts never go out of fashion. Just as famous faces continue to dine at the Ivy, they continue to check in to the Priory for rehab. For some, the Roehampton facility is simply seen as a weekend break of choice.
Is Daniel dyspraxic or clumsy?
The London Paper, 8 September 2008
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe recently revealed he can’t tie his shoelaces – a surprising admission from a 21-year-old millionaire. And it is not because the boy wizard has mislaid his magic shoe-tying spell. In fact, he suffers from dyspraxia, a neurological condition affecting co-ordination.
Sounds Greek, but can a Med diet trim the tummy?
The London Paper, 28 July 2008
A study has found people could lose more weight by following a Mediterranean diet than a low-fibre diet. A team of researchers conducted a two-year trial in Israel, splitting 322 overweight people into groups and putting them on different diets, including low-fat and Mediterranean.
The London Paper, 21 July 2008
The words fry-up and hangover go together like, well, fried bread and baked beans. We often hope that a bit of “hangover food” will fix the nasty after-effects of last night’s bender. But sometimes our culinary habits can be the cause of, rather than the cure for, our morning-after woes.
guardianweekly.co.uk, September 2007
The 50-something man in front of me at the pharmacy in Goa turns around and grins. ‘Sorry for the hold up love,’ he says in a distinctly British accent. ‘He’s gone out the back as he didn’t have enough Viagra under the counter’.
TNT magazine, January 2006
Not too many people would say they liked spending winter in the UK. Surviving your first frosty winter can be a real challenge, especially for those of us who hail from warmer southern hemisphere climates.