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Here's an inspiring way to spend money

Weddings in Singapore can be expensive affairs. Wedding gowns, wedding photoshoots, dinner, whatever. The cost adds up very quickly. A story in Straits Times last year highlighted the plight of a couple who spent $110,000 on their wedding. 506 more words

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US Guided Treat-to-Target Approach in Early RA: Implications for Uncoupling of Disease Activity and Structural Joint Damage

Author(s): Yasser El Miedany, Maha El Gaafary, Ihab Ahmed, Sally Youssef and Annie Nasr.


Objective: To assess the relationship between disease activity, measured by DAS28, and radiographic progression, using X-Ray and US as tools to evaluate structural joint damage and residual inflammation, in early RA patients. 269 more words

Bentham Science Publishers

John Woolrich - Falling Down

Composer John Woolrich wrote a fantastic piece, Falling Down, for solo contrabassoon and orchestra. This is a performance of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra at the BBC Proms, with contrabassoon soloist Margaret Cookhorn.

The Jacksons in Hyde Park

There aren’t many bands who can lose their front man and still go onto bigger and better things. As a general rule, once the main guy has departed, things go sharply downhill. 602 more words


Prom 71 at the Royal Albert Hall - Challenge No 44 attending a classical music event

About 12 months ago I was with my brother Chris bringing my mum home from hospital and he was playing the most wonderful music.  So calming after the worrying previous few weeks.   430 more words


My Last Night of the Proms

My Last Night of the Proms

Last night I went to the *Last Night of the Proms. I didn’t realise that the evening included two world-class opera singers leading a full Royal Albert Hall audience in a jolly singalong.   363 more words