Family & Education By Sean Coughlan BBC News education and family correspondent 21 June 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Twitter Share this with Messenger Share this with Messenger Share this with Email Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/education-44456240 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Related TopicsBrexit Emilia Wilton-Godberfforde is facing a big decision - will she continue working as an academic in UK universities after … [Read more...] about ‘Should I stay or should I go now?’
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"Deciding to undergo a hair transplant is a huge decision and not one to be taken lightly," says hair loss expert Spencer Stevenson, himself a veteran of twelve hair transplants, both good and bad. "I had my first one over twenty years ago when I was just 21, and it was done badly. Since then, I’ve learnt a lot about hair transplants, often the hard way. "Firstly, there is no such thing as too much research. A man considering a hair transplant is often vulnerable to making speedy, emotional decisions. Instead, consider your options slowly and carefully and remember you can never ask too many questions." Such as… 1. "Why should I use this surgeon?" "Choosing the right surgeon for the job is your most important decision," says Spencer. "Start by finding some reputable options through the International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons. You could look for somebody in your area and meet face to face with the surgeon and their patients. Ask them to show … [Read more...] about Six questions you should ask a hair transplant clinic before paying for their services
There are good reasons for this. Paris, you'll have guessed, is home to the largest US expat community. The City of Light has great cafés, culture, and beautiful architecture of course, but it's also where Americans stand the best chance of getting a job. Many US companies have headquarters in or close to the capital and other American groups and organisations such as the American Library and the American Church based in the capital provide opportunities for work and networking that aren't found elsewhere in France. Other favourite areas for Americans who have settled here are the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region in central France with the country's second largest city of Lyon, famed for its food, and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur in the south of France, home to Nice and the glamorous French Riviera. These are all places with large cities and good transport networks. Another reason so many Americans settle in … [Read more...] about The questions Americans should ask before moving to France
Dating can be a cruel world. Tinder, Bumble, Happn – I have lost count of all the dating apps now available. Even once you’ve chosen one, what information do you include and how do you pick which photos you use? Should I mention the fact that I’m a doctor? Should I include a photo in my scrubs (highly sexy, I know) to highlight this point? Or should I hide this information and hope they don’t ask until at least the first date? On the new series of Love Island, the doctor Alex is finding the “love” part rather hard to come by. There are probably other factors at play than his profession (his muscles aren’t as, well, mountainous as the other men on the show), but no one came forward to couple up with him – and contestant Hayley flinched from kissing him during a game. “I just find it a bit awkward with Alex,” she said afterwards. “I think that might be because he’s got a professional job or something.” … [Read more...] about ConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlight As a doctor trying to find love, I sympathise with Alex on Love Island
Is the presidency just too big to handle? John Dickerson, co-host of "CBS This Morning" penned a lengthy cover story for The Atlantic on how the magnitude of the office itself might be its own greatest impediment. He sat down with Atlantic editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg for an interview in the new "Face the Nation" studio to dive deep into the scale of the presidency. JEFFREY GOLDBERG: Hello, and welcome to the first and possibly last edition of "Face the Atlantic." I'm Jeffrey Goldberg, the editor-in-chief of The Atlantic and my guest is John Dickerson, Atlantic contributing writer who also has a day job at CBS, co-host of "CBS This Morning," former moderator of "Face the Nation" and author of The Atlantic magazine's cover story, "How the Presidency Became Impossible." And we're going to talk today about the presidency. John, you know more about the presidency than many people including presidents. It's disconcerting how much you know about the presidency. So let's just jump … [Read more...] about POTUS: The hardest job in the world?