Medicine’s Contribution to Language

I love language and writing. And I must clearly love medicine (although that one took a little longer, much like Beethoven and his piano). Did you know that the concept of gossiping actually originates in medicine? Giving birth was considered a social event – ladies only, of course. A pregnant woman would invite some ofContinue reading “Medicine’s Contribution to Language”

Delivering the Children of Children

They arrive in jeans and flowery T-shirts, or Disney pyjamas. Some hold their shoulders up straight, their body language aggressive or protective at the least. Their gaze defiant. “This is me, this is my body. You do not get to judge me.” Others make themselves small – and become more so because they already AREContinue reading “Delivering the Children of Children”