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Like VIPs who have visited the White House this past month, Jack Turner is the victim of an awkward handshake. Bowing, in my opinion, is the better custom, especially when one must deal with a head of state whose hands have been grabbing the nether regions of untold women. 25 more words

Michael Kitchen


By Anna Kotris

Staff Writer

Every single year, families and friends gather around the television to watch the Eurovision Song Contest. The contest is celebrating its 60th anniversary, and has received a well deserved spot in the book of Guinness World Records for the longest running music contest. 326 more words


Weekend in A&E

Last week has been the longest week of medical school. I was on my hospital placement from Wednesday through to Sunday and it made me miss sleeping in my own bed at home. 192 more words


And the Award Goes To...

The beginning of 2017 marks the start of awards season. These awards shows celebrate the best in a variety of entertainment industries such as music, television and film. 389 more words


Oops I did it again

Crap. It happened again. In contrast to the ‘fake news’ I published earlier on Facebook showing photos of delicious food depicting a fab night out – the truth is quite a different story. 988 more words

Chronic Illness

"Hold On" for "Illuminate" Shawn Mendes's

From acclaimed Vine star to famous singer-song writer, Shawn Mendes has come a long way in his music career. In 2013, Shawn shared his first cover with the world and hit over 10,000 views in just under 24 hours. 347 more words

Red Mountain

Significant variation in A&E cancer diagnoses across England

Cancer diagnosis in accident and emergency departments are three times more likely in some parts of England than othersĀ | HSJ

Public Health England data shared with HSJ shows the number of cancer diagnoses in emergency care, often when a patient has attended for another reason, vary from 11 per cent of all cancer diagnoses in one clinical commissioning area to 33 per cent in another. 100 more words