Category Archives: perspective on illness: family

Post Script to previous “touch” blogs.

A tale of “one city (and two doctors)”. Scotland in general and Glasgow in particular professes a reputation which is “second to none” for fine doctors. Names such as Lister, Black, Beatson and McCall Anderson (to name but a few) … Continue reading

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“In the beginning” (ii) (Continued from previous blog).

Following on from my last blog we no cone to the second or next narrowing slice; (i.e. as we ascend our pyramid). This represents the palaeo- (old) mammalian brain, which incorporates the limbic* system. Herein is controlled the evolvement of … Continue reading

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