Every six months I go and see the Marsden people. This year I was slightly more anxious than normal – ie not very, but a bit – as my sarcoma […]
‘How are the best pins in Africa?’ This is how my chum Patrick Mavros greets me. I keep telling him they ain’t wot they used to be, one calf-less leg […]
The festive season has for the past four years been cause for real celebration for me. Yesterday I went to the Marsden, had my chest x-ray and a good chat […]
“Mrs Cattell? This is University College Hospital. I am sorry to have to tell you that we have had to cancel your operation. We will let you know when we […]
The Doc has sent me this research summary – of course this should not be a surprise to any of us yoga aficionados. Keep up the sun salutations ladies!
It’s a shame this article bangs on about drugs and NICE rather than what we can do about keeping ourselves healthy. Yes, it pays lip service to stopping smoking, drinking […]
I can’t tell you how much better I feel, both physically and mentally back here in Singapore. I am back into a 30 minutes yoga workout followed by 15 minutes mediation. […]
It just goes to show that a lot of it is mind over matter – think positive, take control, eat healthy and keep fit.
Good news from The Doc: There is more and more more evidence around the benefits of taking exercise when living with and after cancer is emerging. Researchers have been studying […]
There are so many different ways to steam fish, tweaking the ingredients to give a different flavour. Here is a Thai version that is very light and easy to prepare. […]