This month’s April edition is a little different from my usual April newsletters … which always include one article featuring the world famous Prof Aillo, an expert polymath who’ve I’ve attributed to the discovery of the real reasons why we dream, the hidden properties of DNA, virtual diets, operating without touching patients and many more… Read More »
I read with great interest in the New Scientist about a surgeon who is pretty sure that in the near future he will be performing head transplants. I’ve spent a fair amount of time wondering about this. After all it is remarkable what can be done today. The boffins are genetically engineering organs left right… Read More »
I think I’m pretty fit for someone who receives mail from Saga. I don’t smoke, I don’t drink any alcohol, I do drink lots of beetroot juice, I run lots, I eat healthily, I don’t have any chronic health problems and I don’t take any medication. Now I appreciate that a lot of these benefits… Read More »
Some of you may think that the new décor in my room is merely a device to get you in and out of the surgery quickly. Let me reassure that this is not the case. The fact that the desk, chairs and couch have all been removed and in its place is a chest high… Read More »
You may think this is the latest initiative from Amazon to take over health care. However their initiative to fly ‘doc drones’ to your front door and beam back your medical info to ‘House’ their health super computer is still in its infancy and not being trialled in the UK until next year. You may… Read More »
Hopefully you realised that my rant about allow natural death forms wasn’t an April Fool. But the government has tried to name and shame GPs, the New Scientist did (unbelievably) publish a non-April fool article about head transplants. My poo may indeed be a really invaluable treatment in the future and there are a number… Read More »
The celebrated polymath Prof Aillo, whose pioneering work has previously been reported in the Denmark Doctor has once again broken new ground in the realms of medical research. After years of experimenting with the effects of odours on the human body he has developed the new science of olfactomeopathy.
Napoleon managed to conquer most of Europe often against extraordinary odds. When asked what was the most important characteristic of a good general he replied that they should be lucky! It is often said that people make their own luck. To quote one of the most famous golfers of all time, Gary Player “You know,… Read More »