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 ?


Who is only Dying of Cancer Painfully Slowly ?

       ‘Death from cancer the best’: UK doctor under fire over calls not to ‘waste’ money on tumors cure                                                      Published time: January 01, 2015 22:06                                                                                                     

Doctor in Practise

Regulating Doctors Institute for the Study of Civil Society London David Gladstone (Editor) James Johnson William G. Pickering Brian Salter Meg Stacey The conviction of the GP, Harold Shipman, for

Fortuitously Fat

NHS must step up to obesity challenge The healthcare system in Britain must adapt to the demands of an increasingly obese nation, concludes a new report from the Royal College

NTBR – Not To Be Resusitated –

Should doctors and patients learn to plan humane, happier endings rather than trying to prolong life? Most of us would prefer to die in our own beds, with our families

Doctors in Practice ?

Care Quality Commission report: Just how good is your GP?     ADAM WITHNALL  Author Biography   Wednesday 19 November 2014   People in England can now compare the GP

Ambulance Drone

I want to tell you a story about the Birmingham Accident Hospital.   It isn’t there anymore, because we now spend, instead, a cool £1million on each bomb we drop

Dishonest Doctors

A Doctor Accuses His Profession of Dangerous Dishonesty Written by Shobha Shukla and Bobby Ramakant WED,01 OCTOBER 2014 Overprescribing, unnecessary testing are rampant, he says in a startling interview The

Turmeric or Termites or Just Verbal Diarrhoea

Regular curry diet could boost brain regeneration after scientists identified   compounds present in the stock cupboard staple, turmeric, encourage the growth   of neurons in the brain, the BBC

A&E Priority has always been Worker Bees

  The Telegraph says that a leading trauma doctor has accused the NHS of ‘ageism’ in failing to transfer elderly people, who have suffered multiple injuries in accidents or falls,

GP’s Back to the Future NHS

General practice should become predominantly salaried, says Burnham 17 September 2014 | By Sofia Lind Exclusive General practice should become a predominantly salaried profession, with GPs working as employees of

Accidents/Emergencies Psychiatrists

We need shrinks in hospital emergency rooms 08 September 2014 by Clare Wilson   It’s time to abandon mind-body duality in medicine: we need psychiatrists in hospitals and better physical

Alzheimer’s is a Disease-Dementia is an illness

Alzheimer’s disease Introduction   Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia, affecting almost 500,000 people in the UK.   The term “dementia” describes a loss of mental ability

The Feldsher – For Hospital and the Community

Feldsher From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia    German Feldscher in the Franco-Prussian War 1870 Feldsher (German: Feldscher, Polish: Felczer, Russian/Cyrillic: Фельдшер) is the name of a health care professional who

Dr’s -Who The Hell Do They Think

Dr’s -Who The Hell Do They Think They Are Talking To ?   The article “Failing Doctors Could Be Forced To Say Sorry” is an insult to society.   Any

Dr’s who think they are God

Failing Doctors Could Be Forced To Say Sorry   Sky News – 22 hours ago Press Association – Fri, Aug 22, 2014   Doctors could be forced to say sorry

Make Euthanasia Legal in Rotten Britain

Nearly a quarter of people ending their own lives at Swiss ‘suicide clinics’ like   Dignitas are British, reports the Telegraph this morning.   Between 2008 and 2012, 126 Britons

Men Refused Surgery for their Hernias

Why are men being refused surgery for their hernias?   By Victoria Lambert Updated:  22:46, 22 June 2009 Daily Mail End to surgery? Some doctors are waiting to see if

Cardiac Arrest -NTBR & Say No to Adrenaline

People suffering cardiac arrest in five UK regions may receive a shot of saline from paramedics, rather than adrenaline, as part of a clinical trial to test whether the drug

Tinnitus – The Constant Noise in My Head

Nerve implant retrains your brain to stop tinnitus 24 July 2014 by Claudia Caruana New Scientist   GOT that ringing in your ears? Tinnitus, the debilitating condition that plagued  

Heart Failure Cure ?

Pioneering new injection to cure heart failure without need for major surgery The technique, which involves a simple injection, could aid the recovery of   hundreds of thousands of heart failure

New Hope for Arthritis Sufferers

UK scientists have made a new discovery of a material inside joints which may be   worsening arthritis, offering hope for the development of new treatments for the   painful

Statins for Preventative Heath Care

NICE sticks to decision to offer statins to millions more people 29 July 2014   Plans to recommend a 10-year risk threshold of 10% for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease

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