Henri Matisse →
“What I dream of is an art of balance.”
Ann Richards →
“There is a lot more to life than just struggling to make money.”
Hospital care at weekends 'risky' →
Patients at England’s hospitals are more likely to die if they are admitted at weekends, analysis suggests.
Thomas Paine →
“Such is the irresistible nature of truth that all it asks, and all it wants, is the liberty of appearing.”
Jamie Oliver in new meals attack →
The TV chef Jamie Oliver says healthy school food standards are being eroded.
Strike means delayed operations →
Hospital managers say Wednesday’s public sector pensions strike means thousands of non-emergency operations will be postponed.
William Baziotes →
“Each painting has its own way of evolving…When the painting is finished, the subject reaveals itself.”
Luris Higuera (@luriselisa) has shared a Tweet with you: “EverydayHealth: Munch on these foods to help keep your teeth bright and white http://t.co/PAlf9Vo9” —http://twitter.com/EverydayHealth/status/139872200776876032
Sam Ewing →
“It’s not the hours you put in your work that counts, it’s the work you put in the hours.”
“If you would marry suitably, marry your equal.”
Why golfers get ahead →
Golfers must constantly contend with two pernicious, false and yet widespread beliefs. First, that golf is boring. Second, that businesspeople who play it are all weasels who plot fraudulent deals between shots.
Aids deaths 'down 21% from peak' →
New HIV infections and Aids-related deaths are at the lowest levels since their peaks, figures from UNAids suggest.
This Is What the Desk of the Future Looks Like →
EXOpc has posted a video of its EXOdesk — an interactive desk environment that lets you do all sorts of tasks on a virtual space on your desk — in action and it looks amazing. The actual device is a tabletop computer, somewhat similar to Microsoft Surface, offering 40 inches of high definition space, where you can manipulate virtual objects by touching them and dragging them around.
Betty Friedan →
“It is easier to live through someone else than to become complete yourself.”
Union: 50,000 NHS jobs 'at risk' →
Nearly 50,000 posts are under threat or have already been lost in the health service in England, union figures suggest.
William Blake →
“When thou seest an eagle, thou seest a portion of genius; lift up thy head!”
'Average' height yields most kids →
Women might dream of tall, dark and handsome, but researchers are claiming that it is men of “average” height that are having the most children.
Mary MacCracken →
“Level with your child by being honest. Nobody spots a phony quicker than a child.”
Doctors should 'not sign off ill' →
People should no longer be signed off for long-term sickness by GPs but by an assessment service, a government-backed review says.
John Hope Franklin →
“We must get beyond textbooks, go out into the bypaths… and tell the world the glories of our journey.”
People believe 'antibiotic myths' →
A quarter of people wrongly believe antibiotics work on most coughs and colds, a Health Protection Agency survey has found.
NHS long waits crackdown ordered →
Ministers order a crackdown on the 250,000 people “languishing unnecessarily” on hospital waiting lists for more than the 18-week target.
Wilson Mizner →
“A good listener is not only popular everywhere, but after a while he gets to know something.”
after only 3 days back to work from my holidays...
… and I am already tired! :)
Doctors call for car smoking ban →
All smoking in cars should be banned across the UK to protect people from second-hand smoke, doctors say.
Prostate cancer 'link with Pill' →
Experts recommend research to determine if the oral contraceptive pill could be to blame for rising prostate cancer rates.
Harriet Martineau →
“You better live your best and act your best and think your best today, for today is the sure preparation for tomorrow and all the other tomorrows that follow.”
Cardiac cells 'heal heart damage' →
Stem cells taken from a patient’s own heart have, for the first time, been used to repair damaged heart tissue, researchers claim.
Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess →
“Time is just something that we assign. You know, past, present, it’s just all arbitrary. Most Native Americans, they don’t think of time as linear; in time, out of time, I never have enough time,…
Parkinson's 'linked with solvent' →
Research has linked a common industrial solvent to a six-fold increase in the chances of developing Parkinson’s disease.
Top 10 Foods for Women →
Do women really need to eat any differently than men? After all, we’re all human. While this is certainly true, a woman’s nutritional needs are more specific than a man’s
yet another social network
well, I gave up and joined G+ … as a first-timer, I find it complicated to use, it is quite similar to facebook and twitter… so what´s the hype? I shall find out. Now I am using Facebook for picture sharing, it is way easier than sending a link to friends… I upload whatever and it is just there… besides, I have a very restrict control of pix and posts… Do I get that...
Terri Minsky →
“It’s very strange when the life you never had flashes before your eyes.”
VIDEO: Homemade machine helps boy walk →
A seven-year-old Argentine boy has defied doctors’ predictions that he would never walk, with help from a homemade rehabilitation device built by his father.
went out for a friend´s birthday
she likes boxing, as well as her husband, I am not really a fan… after the fight she wanted to go out to keep on celebrating her birthday. I was half-asleep and it was raining, so I decided to come home and have a good rest. Am I getting old? or it is just boring to go out with married couples? I have gone out with my friend and her husband before, a comfy trio sort-to-speak, but all of...
Skin transformed for cancer fight →
Scientists have opened up the possibility of one day using cancer patients’ own skin to fight their tumours.
New test to predict pre-eclampsia →
A test which predicts pre-eclampsia in pregnant women could alert doctors to women at risk of the potentially fatal condition, US scientists say.