Medical research is often full of rubbery figures. Understanding the true values behind these statistics can really matter when choosing treatment options for a serious health condition. Micaela Cook’s post on demystifying rubbery figures is a useful reference.
Talking of medical options, these antique surgical tools are not for the fainthearted but are none the less fascinating.
The weather’s finally bought some autumn chills, Lucy’s hearty buckwheat, mushrooms and walnut dish is perfect for the season.
While we are in the kitchen, just how eco-friendly is yours? Alice Waters, the American founder of the school garden scheme, offers some essential reading for a green kitchen.
Getting children to eat their vegetables isn’t always easy. Finally some commonsense research into how to get children to eat their greens. For the record they prefer them plain, a bit crunchy and appreciate having some choice.