Civilisation has operated in two ways - To make one part of society more affluent and the other more wretched than would have been the lot of either in a natural state
There are Natural Rights and Civil Rights. Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
Where Our Power to Execute Our Natural Rights is Perfect, Government has No Legitimate Jurisdiction
When the Forces for War are Greater than the Forces for Peace   Then the World is in Danger
Politics is not a Dirty Word. It is a Way of Life. How is Your Way of Life Today ?


High Temperature in Young Children ?

Treating a high temperature in children   How do I treat a fever? (9 to 30 months) Media last reviewed: 28/02/2013 Next review due: 28/02/2015   Fever in children  

Paediatrics – Only Negative Medical Ways ?

What not to do – paediatrics   But Doctors bury their mistakes   28 July 2014   Dr Lee Hudson, consultant general paediatrician, discusses what has fallen out of favour in

Medical- Etanercept – for Arthritis

Etanercept What is etanercept? Etanercept is a type of anti-TNF (anti-tumour necrosis factor). It reduces inflammation. Read more > Why is etanercept prescribed? Etanercept is available for people with rheumatoid

Medical- Alzheimer Control Drug ?

Arthritis drug shows potential to stall Alzheimer’s 16 July 2014 by Andy Coghlan DESPITE decades of work and hundreds of trials, Alzheimer’s disease remains an end-of-life trauma for millions. Could

Liver & Skin Cancers rise by 70%

Rates of liver and skin cancers have risen sharply over the past decade, a situation blamed on bad lifestyle choices, The Guardian reports this morning. A report from the Office

Dr Who ?

The BBC reports that hospital patients in England should know which senior doctor is responsible for overseeing their treatment, according to guidelines being published. The names should be visible over

Medical- New Cancer Pill

A pill which boosts the body’s natural defences could help fight off all cancers and prevent them returning. Scientists say that delta-inhibitors – previously used for leukaemia patients – work for

Aspirin the Wonder drug !

Don’t kill the painkiller, educate the people 29 May 2014 New Scientist Who killed off aspirin ? I take 75mgs every day to stave off a stromke,I take 600mgs with

Not Over My Dead Body ?

Unclaimed bodies are anatomy’s shameful inheritance 21 April 2014 by Gareth Jones New Scientist   Medical science must stop using the bodies of some of society’s most vulnerable people for

Drug Prescribing in Renal Impairment

Drug Prescribing in Renal Impairment PatientPlus articles are written by UK doctors and are based on research evidence, UK and European Guidelines. They are designed for health professionals to use,

Erectile Dysfunction – A Medical Opinion

ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION Mr Asif Muneer, consultant urological surgeon and andrologist,  uses PUNs and DENs to take you through this common male complaint The patient’s unmet needs (PUNs) A 67-year-old man

The Causes of Sleep Apnoea

Causes of sleep apnoea    Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is caused by the muscles and soft tissue in the back of your throat collapsing inwards during sleep. These muscles support

Where have all the drugs gone ?

Analysis: Where have all the drugs gone? 8 April 2014   As supply problems at pharmacies cause major headaches for GPs, Caroline Price examines the root causes of the problem

Prostate Cancer -“False Hope”given

the Telegraph reports that up to half of men diagnosed with prostate cancer are being given ‘false hope’ by tests that are underestimating the severity of their disease, according to

Skin Cancer in Men under 20 and over 64

Men aged under 20 and over 64 are at greater risk of developing skin cancer than women because they are far more likely to ignore warnings to protect themselves against

Medical – A&E Staffing

A&E staffing: why many doctors go to work abroad or switch careers Staff shortages mean almost 750,000 patients’ care suffers every year. We need to invest in a challenging field

Medical- Early Tests for Arthritis Susceptibility

Elsewhere the Daily Express offers front-page news on a potential early test for arthritis that is being researched by Manchester and Newcastle University teams. They are looking for markers of

Medical -Diabetic Care misses targets

Huge variation in quality of diabetes care, audit finds 1 November 2013 | By Caroline Price   Huge variation in the standard of diabetes care has been revealed by the

UK Infant Mortality Rates have risen

Children born in Britain are more likely to have died before their fifth birthday than in any other country in Western Europe, writes the Metro. British infant mortality rates have

Take Away Fertility Kits for Men

 The Daily Mail reported on the unveiling of a take-home instant male fertility kit that reveals a high, or low, sperm count over the weekend. The kits can be used