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It’s Sunday morning, a week before before Christmas, and I’m sat among a congregation of people listening to the music that’s playing gently. I look...
04/01/2021 1
We’ve all seen films like 28 Days Later, Resident Evil and that lockdown favourite Contagion full of people running around in hazmat suits with big...
03/08/2020 1
One of my patients – let’s call her Pauline – was a lovely lady in her 50s with mild learning disabilities, chronic alcoholism, and a schizoaffective...
20/07/2020 5
The moon landings were faked, Elvis isn’t dead, and planes are leaving chemical trails in the sky to subdue the population. Don’t you just love a...
14/07/2020 15
During the long dark nights of COVID-19 lockdown, many people have turned to online quizzes for entertainment. Here is my pharmacy-themed pub quiz,...
06/07/2020 4
My father turns 97 this year. He landed on the Normandy beaches on D-Day, spent his working life as an architectural technician, and used to be able...
16/06/2020 7
It’s 9.50am on a Sunday and I’m stood in a supermarket queue waiting for the tills to open. Working 60 hours this week left little time to go food...
31/03/2020 5
No one likes tax, but at least we can see that it pays for some pretty fundamental needs such as education, welfare, health and security. Recently, a...
25/03/2020 6
Dear David, Your letter to me explaining why pharmacists don't legally have to replace faulty devices, published on C+D on March 2, is very...
06/03/2020 2
'Twas the day before Christmas and all through the shop, Every patient was frantic – the noise wouldn’t stop. Outside on the street there were...
24/12/2019 3

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