When it comes to the sleeping mat, Robshaw-Bryan recommends investing in a self-inflating one with memory foam cells: “They’re much more comfortable, with much better insulation.” Get one with a thickness of at least 5cm – decent models start at about £50. If you take a cheaper standard airbed, “take a pump and be willing to pump it up every single day – and make sure you’ve got a puncture repair kit”. … [Read more...] about Take frozen curry, buy a black-out tent: 16 expert tips for the perfect camping trip
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Sally Mugabe, the first lady of Zimbabwe, inspecting the Princess Royal's bouquet at the Savoy Hotel where they were guests at the Women of the Year Luncheon on 26 October 1981 (left), and Princess Anne and her fiance Captain Mark Phillips, in the Concorde 002 on 23 October 1973 … [Read more...] about The party’s been cancelled… but the celebrations have just begun! As Mike Tindall reveals mother-in-law Princess Anne’s birthday bash was called off due to Covid-19, FEMAIL looks back at some of her most memorable moments ahead of her 70th
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The test for Harris, and all the other Democrats, is whether she can effectively demonstrate that she is listening and responding to those voters in order to overcome the culture wars that Trump will happily wage. Obama succeeded in 2008 by showing he was the adult in the middle of a financial crisis. He succeeded again in 2012, by showing Mitt Romney was out of touch with economic reality. If anything, Trump fills both boxes even more snugly than his predecessors. … [Read more...] about Will it be a black woman who turfs Trump out of the White House?
“Not all patients present with illness in the same way,” said Subash Jayakumar, in a lecture he gave in 2018 at University College London Medical School, where he teaches. “Significant differences exist in patients from different ethnic backgrounds.” Jayakumar works as a primary care physician in Brent, a London borough where 65% of residents are people of colour. He reminded the audience that skin changes are easy to miss if you don’t know what you are looking for. Blue-tinged fingertips are a harbinger of dangerously low oxygen levels; the yellow stain of jaundice can be an early warning sign of irreversible liver damage; and a patient who is bleeding internally might be saved by a doctor who knows to look for pallor not in the cheeks, but under the eyes and inside the mouth. How can we expect doctors to correctly name a colour change in coloured skin if they’ve never seen it before? … [Read more...] about Decolonising dermatology: why black and brown skin need better treatment