Amazing Doctors – Women’s Health

10 November, 2012

On my recent visit to the UK, I was in London for a few days. My hotel was next to Euston Station and I decided to go for a walk to see the grand St Pancras Station building, which has now been converted to a hotel. As I was walking along, I noticed a sign which said The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery. You may think it is an art gallery….

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Amazing People of London

17 July, 2012

William Shakespeare made his name here. So did Charles Dickens. Florence Nightingale made major contributions to hospitals and health in the city. Christopher Wren’s famous St Paul’s Cathedral still stands. The Houses of Parliament designed by Charles Barry grace the River Thames. Buckingham Palace, where the kings and queens have lived since the 18th century, overlooks the pretty gardens of St James’ Park. At the other end of London, the…

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Amazing Olympic Stories

17 July, 2012

How many opportunities have come your way today? How many of them have you taken? Those are questions that Dr William Penny Brookes focused on. As a result, he helped re-ignite interest in the Olympic Games. Rather than choose a major city to bring people together, he chose Much Wenlock. This is a small community in Nail using, to and slippery non prescription meds to get high comparison alternate neutrals…

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Learning from Olympic Athletes

26 June, 2012

The training is reaching a peak. The athletes competing in the 2012 Olympics are counting down the days. The competitions and events will test them to the limit. Some will break world records. We will see a few athletes run or swim quicker than any human in history. Heros and heroines will be created. But, all the Olympic athletes are examples to the young people . They provide role models of…

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Olympic Games – Questions

15 March, 2012

In just over three months, the 2012 Olympic Games will commence in London. The competitors have been training hard. The organizers have been working night and day to get the facilities ready. But, why do we have the Olympics? Where and when did they start? Why where the Olympics Games banned by the Romans? Who was it that resurrected the modern Olympics? Those were questions that interested me. So, I…

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Charles Dickens

4 February, 2012

‘No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of it to anyone else.’ So, said the great writer Charles Dickens. He would have known for he walked the streets of London during the mid 19th century, seeing the poverty and destitution. As a result, he wrote compelling novels like Oliver and Great Expectations. He was born in 1812 and his birthday will be celebrated on February 7th –…

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