Category Archives: medical

Good Intentions and Broomsticks

I Should Have Known Good intentions are fickle!  You get them and if you are lucky they come off, but lately mine have taken a look at what I intend to do and bugged off quicker than a witch on … Continue reading

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Writing About The Past and Opium

Example Ok so this is a picture of my hand after the operation, and whilst you are wondering why I am using it here I will explain. Writing about events that happened centuries ago and are well documented is one thing.  … Continue reading

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76% Discount For 2 Days

76% Discount for 2 days Clearing in the Forest – a fantasy story of children in the middle ages by M D Bosc Three young children are left destitute and driven from their village they meet a woman of the forest and … Continue reading

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Hunt For Destruction

R.I.P “You are doing a wonderful job Jeremy, a wonderful job, yes indeed, St Margaret would be proud of you my boy.” “Thank you Prime Minister.” “Yes you walk tall in her footsteps. She destroyed the coal mines and miners, … Continue reading

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Parallel Universe?

We have all read about the ‘parallel universe’ but dismissed it as science fiction but is it??  after the past few weeks I am beginning to have my doubts.  As I have mentioned before I have high blood pressure which … Continue reading

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The Working O.A.P’s

I have been listening to the news and once again the Pensioners are in the front line costing so much, pensions are too high, they are using the hospitals, blocking up wards, nobody wants them…. Why are people living to … Continue reading

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It’s Just a Little Prick part two.

Winter approaches with a chilly embrace and another needle in the arm, “Hello young man” “Hello doctor”.  “Have you had your flu jab yet?” “No doctor” “Right let’s get it over and done with roll up your sleeve”………. Last year I had a … Continue reading

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From A Cabinet Meeting 2013

Good Morning every one. Good Morning Prime Minister. Health Secretary have you seen this libelous blog about your department? Yes Prime Minister. Is this how people see our management of the health service? Unfortunately yes Prime Minister. This is terrible … Continue reading

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A NEEDLE it’s just a little prick.

Many many years ago when I were a little lad there used to be small hospitals, cottage hospitals, they were clean and healthy, nurses used to disinfect the wards clean everything in the wards and generally do what nurses should … Continue reading

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Medical Discrimination Against Men?

I have recently been thinking, and have done so for some years, why is it that medical treatment and checks are aimed at women only? You hear a great deal about breast and cervical cancer. Details of these tests and where women can go are given high … Continue reading

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