The killer clown craze that originally hit the United States has now reared its ugly head in the United Kingdom. If you haven’t heard about this craze, where have you been? 524 more words
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Top-down policy directives, such as targets and their associated protocols, may be driven politically rather than clinically and can be described as macro-political texts. While targets supposedly provide incentives for healthcare services, they may unintentionally shape practices of accommodation rather than implementation, deflecting practitioners from providing optimal care. 216 more words
Yesterday, the Sunday Mirror in the United Kingdom shared a story of immense proportion.
The leading paper for hard fact journalism highlighted the work of researchers at Duke University in the United States which claims the release of oxytocin during sex (also know as the “cuddle chemical”) could potentially inspire the belief, or even strengthen the belief in God or a higher power. 114 more words