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Driverless Cars

Driverless cars: are they a thing of the future? I recently stumbled across an article on the BBC that suggested what the city of 2050 may look like. Amongst the farmscapes, smart buildings and delivery drones were driverless cars. Out … Continue reading

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GP/Neurologist Discrepancies

Before you start reading this post, please bear in find that I think the vast majority of people who work in the NHS do a fantastic job, often under difficult circumstances. If it wasn’t for them, I certainly wouldn’t be … Continue reading

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Interviews: The Results

The week before last was a big week for me. I am currently on a temporary contract, and with a mortgage to pay etc, I am keen to get a permanent job. But that week, I had two important dates in my … Continue reading

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Vitamin D – The Underrated Vitamin!

I can’t emphasise enough the importance of vitamin D, and many of my blog posts are likely to mention it. Before you read this, please be aware of the following: Evidence suggests that the vast majority of the UK population … Continue reading

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Interviews

Next week is a big week for me. I’m currently working in a temporary job (I’m sure I’ll do a post about employment later) and I’m desperately trying to get a permanent job. Perhaps I’m trying a little too hard! … Continue reading

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About Me…

My Background I know that there is a profile box, but I felt that that wasn’t enough. This is my first blogpost, and I wanted to start the blog to help people with epilepsy. You may be wondering if you’re … Continue reading

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