As you have probably seen, the COVID virus’s preference for killing older men had me pulled back from face-to-face work for many months, but I am happy to say that I plan to be back from Monday 5th October to see patients again. In the mean time, here is a recent webinar I did with my friend…

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As October’s autumn fruitfulness is lost in November rains, December days get shorter and we start to look towards a midwinter feast to stave off the gloom. December is not only the lead up to Christmas, but these days it is also when thousands gather for two weeks at the United Nations Climate Change conference,…

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In our last blog we talked about waist circumference and its role in your health and longevity. An even simpler ‘string test’ exists to assess your visceral fat. Just get a piece of string about as long as you, then stand on one end and hold the other at the top of your head. Now…

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Australian, Teaching, Travels & Dyslexia. I have half heartedly  been on my way to Australia for forty years, never actually getting there… until now. Unlike Korea and Japan, which I last wrote about in my February bonus blog, Australia is a land well-known to many British people. Since 1788 people from these islands have been…

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