Here’s a fun parlour game that could keep you busy right up until the end of January: run up a ladder, jump off that ladder and then, as you wait around for the rest of the month for an ambulance that isn’t going to turn up, keep your mind off the unbearable agony by trying to piece together whose fault all this is. An easy place to
Well it seems that the UK National Health Service wants children to be taught that they should not abuse the NHS service by going to them for every little ailment. The NHS says children need to be taught that minor ailments like colds, sore throats and coughs can be treated with simple home remedies and not by “hassling” doctors
The NHS employees’ demands for a substantial pay raise with justifications and reluctance on the part of government with even more valid justifications are conflicting (“Pressure mounts on Sunak as hospital agitators turn fiercer,” Feb.7, Gulf Today website). Since NHS nurses are organised, they can present their demands collectively.
Tens of thousands of nurses and ambulance service staff walked off the job on Monday in a pay dispute, putting further strain on Britain's state-run National Health Service (NHS) with their largest ever strike.
Chronic pain pitches the sufferer into a foul hellscape in which the body becomes the enemy. For me, the worst of it is the neuropathic pain in my useless right foot. Think of a thousand tiny needles — each of them tipped with hot acid — constantly jabbing at you. Or having someone hold you down before attacking your extremities with wire wool