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IT’S 50 YEARS since Apollo XI delivered Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin onto the cratered surface of the moon, and the world’s most famous split infinitive “to boldly go” is as inspiring and relevant today as it was then
Adam Campbell looks at the challenges of human space flight and how related research is benefiting healthcare on Earth
AT one point in his bestselling memoir, Do No Harm, Henry Marsh compares surgery on an aneurysm to bomb disposal work. One false move when you’re deep inside a patient’s head and the result is likely to be fatal. He concedes the flaw in the analogy – after all, it’s the patient’s life that’s at risk, not the surgeon’s.
Adam Campbell talks to acclaimed neurosurgeon Henry Marsh about a life in brain surgery.
"If one were plotting a route to become Chair of the RCGP, you would hardly set off from where Stokes-Lampard began. For starters, she never planned to go into medicine at all."
Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard talks to Adam Campbell about her first 11 months as Chair of the RCGP
The result is a deliciously fresh, rich and creamy organic mozzarella that defies the odds by being both soft and firm at the same time – in other words, a perfect mozzarella.
Website words for Kedar, an organic cheesemaker in Dumfriesshire, Scotland
Design by http://www.bremnerdesign.co.uk/
List of articles for Insight magazine - profiles and features on health and health professionals
Published by Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland
SUNDAY TIMES -
Just as she was starting to come to terms with her loss, 18 months after the tsunami, she suffered a brain haemorrhage while sailing in the Greek islands. It almost killed her.
A retired head teacher tells why she keeps returning to the resort where the 2004 tsunami killed her son. By Adam Campbell
In choosing Abbotsford, you will be following in the venerable footsteps of others who have made the pilgrimage to this jewel in Scotland’s crown, among them Queen Victoria, Charles Dickens, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, President Ulysses S. Grant and J.M.W. Turner.
Words for brochure, accommodation at Sir Walter Scott's house in the Scottish Borders
TO WALK down the street, oblivious to those around you, except perhaps for the occasional glance from a passer-by, is an everyday occurrence for most people. For Linzie, who grew up in Lancashire in the 1970s and now lives in Fife, such anonymity would be nothing short of a luxury.
Adam Campbell profiles Changing Faces, a charity that advocates on behalf of people with facial and other disfigurements.
HOMES & INTERIORS SCOTLAND
The new venture is an ambitious leap, but then lan's
working life to date has been peppered with leaps of one kind or another. It couldn't have been easy for example, abandoning a career in engineering, as he did after 15 years, to begin again at the bottom as a designer.
Profile of interior designer Ian Smith