Violence in Health Care
Stresses and strains of illness and care can trigger serious violence in the workplace
Can’t Buy Me Love
How a mother endangered her own welfare rather than risk challenging her daughter’s abusive behaviours
Tiny, unrelenting, powerful, and sometimes lethal. Viruses have a long-standing history on this planet. The come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes and can cause innumerable diseases from the benign cold to the more obnoxious and threatening - polio, hepatitis, rubella, measles, mononucleosis, mumps, yellow fever, chicken pox, herpes, and of course, AIDS.
King's Canyon, Australia
Poor cousin to famed Ayer’s Rock holds mystery and beauty for those willing to climb its rocky terrain
A young addict learns one hard lesson too many.
High Tech, High Touch
When James Cooke talks about the roller coaster of his newborn’s first few days, the worry and tension return to his voice. Relating the hour-by-hour, day-by-day experiences in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and the hubbub of the Radiology Department, he sounds as if he were still there, pacing the floor, peering at the images of his baby’s heart and limbs, nosing around doctors’ huddles, alert to every detail of his daughter’s clinical course.
Homeless in Whalley
Susan accepts a brown lunch bag and can of pop offered by two paramedics, thanks them politely, then tucks herself back into a sleeping bag lying on the ground under a building overhang in the heart of Whalley in central Surrey.