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Health, lies and video tape. Public health campaigns can have an impact
Published on: September 14, 2015 The Wellcome Institute’s travelling cinematic exhibition of public health films, Health, lies and video tape provides a highly entertaining journey through the archives of public health video but lays down a challenge to today’s health... more »
Health, lies and video tape. Public health campaigns can have an impact
Bleeding priceless way to save lives
Published on: April 17, 2015 Human blood is cheaper than printer ink, but to people who need it, whether in an emergency or as a long-term treatment, it is priceless. Last year the NHS Blood and Transplant Service collected 2.1million... more »
Bleeding priceless way to save lives
MS is horrible
Published on: February 18, 2015 MS is horrible: it picks on people in the prime of their lives and knocks people off their feet for weeks at a time. It can leave them too weak to get out of bed,... more »
MS is horrible
Sex and disability – a taboo subject?
Published on: November 10, 2014 Sexuality is an issue that affects everyone. The World Health Organization describes it as “a central aspect of being human”. This influences so many areas of everyday life. It’s not just relationships and intimacy, but... more »
Sex and disability – a taboo subject?