Dr Mary McNeill worked in hospitals in Serbia, Palestine, India and East Africa during and after World War 1.
A woman of independent mind.
The Herring Lassies of Scotland were a ‘threat’ to the norms of the day where women were expected to be quiet, work in the home and certainly not travel about. They ‘took the power to themselves’ explained Professor Heddle and ‘chose a voice for themselves’.
The sample was sufficient to “warrant the conclusion that female participation in early big-game hunting was likely nontrivial,” researchers said
Infralink is a ‘toolkit’ designed to help companies find suitable locations for masts.
“”Don’t you find it a beautiful clean thought”
“We feel this is a crux point in modern history and throwing a spotlight onto projects that provide deep insights into current narratives is essential to ensure we turn to the global future with our best foot forward.”
“It has felt as though we are dealing with them at arm’s length whereas we would be there to hold their hands, give them a hug as needed,” said a palliative medicine doctor.
“Politics is too serious a matter to be left to politicians.” Charles de Gaulle
“Our primary finding indicates that a six-month aerobic exercise intervention significantly reduced cognitive decline in comparison to the natural course of changes for Alzheimer’s dementia. “
“The John Rae Society is presenting a series of on-line talks about the good Doctor’s adventures and discoveries”