Health

Dying For Love

With another full lockdown in Britain, traditional dating has gone by the wayside as the 2-metre distance rule makes it impossible to date naturally. Being ridiculously single again, I know I don’t want to go on a date in a… Read More ›

Tanning Salons

My High Street is about to get a new Tanning Salon in a prime location – the corner of the High Street and the first shop you see when arriving from the train station and between McDonald’s and Wetherspoons. It’s… Read More ›

War Songs

I really hate the thought of getting old.Whenever I see news footage of the elderly in old people’s homes having a sing song, it’s always bloody war songs. Chelsea Pensioners yesterday singing “Well meet again” again.Surely, by now the generation… Read More ›

The Coronavirus

I’m no Super forecaster (although I fit the description of “social misfit and weirdo”), and despite what the Health Secretary says or doesn’t say for fear of causing mass hysteria, I predict with the oncoming Coronavirus that by late March,… Read More ›

Fat Chance

Public Health researchers are hoping food manufacturers will introduce packaging labels telling people how much exercise it’ll take to burn off the calories in their foods.With more than two-thirds of the British population either overweight or obese, the aim is… Read More ›

Healthcheck

Having reached an age I didn’t think I’d live to, I was invited for my first NHS Health Check.On entering the room, the petit blond nurse babbled out the necessary information about the human MOT so fast I thought I’d… Read More ›