Hi everyone! Lately, I've been researching into cases of malpractice between doctors and patients, medical legislation and laws, and the role of the NHS- all part of my EPQ research. There was one piece of information that I found particularly interesting and want to share it with you all today. This post is all about Henry … Continue reading How Henry Cotton removed body parts, convinced it will improve mental health
This weekend, the adventure of Formula One has reached Canada for the Grand Prix in Montreal. The race consists of 70 laps, with a circuit distance of 305.27 kilometres. After qualifying pole in Montreal, Hamilton achieved his 65th pole making him level with Ayrton Senna. Hamilton was presented with an Ayrton Senna helmet from the … Continue reading Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve: Grand Prix Du Canada in Montreal
Depression is a type of mental illness that creates feelings of sadness, misery, desolation and a constant cycle of low spirits. The persistent feeling of sadness and hopelessness can also form a loss of interest in certain activities and social interactions. Also known as 'major depressive disorder' or 'clinical depression', depression can affect how you … Continue reading Should euthanasia be allowed for those suffering from depression?
My favourite race of the season took place this weekend: the Monaco Grand Prix- one of the wealthiest race tracks of the season. Not to mention the home of Lewis Hamilton, whom didn't have such a great race. After being knocked out of Q2 in qualifying on Saturday, Lewis started 14th in the race. This … Continue reading Vettel vs Raikkonen at Monaco GP
Today I've decided to talk about something important and different to the usual upbeat Formula 1 race reviews. I've decided to talk about Lavinia Woodward - an Oxford medical student who stabbed her Cambridge boyfriend at Christ Church college. The reason why I feel as if this is such an important topic to talk about … Continue reading Student attacker at Oxford Uni?!
It's been quite a while since I last wrote on my blog due to exams, school and life etc. This post will be fairly short in comparison to the usual lengthy reviews about races because of that. BUT nonetheless, I've been keeping up with Formula 1 so even though I didn't write about the last … Continue reading Hamilton’s second season win at the Spanish Grand Prix
Yesterday was the Bahrain Grand Prix and honestly I was literally glued to my TV screen for the whole 57 laps on the edge of my seat. In prep for the race after a successful qualifying session on Saturday, Mercedes had the first row of the grid filled with Bottas on P1 and Hamilton on … Continue reading Vettel wins in Bahrain
*deep breath* Right. Okay. I'm literally buzzing over this. The in-depth analysis into why 'The Importance of Being Earnest' is called 'The Importance of Being Earnest' isn't even important right now compared to this. DUDE LEWIS HAMILTON WON THE CHINESE GRAND PRIX 2017???!!!!!! WHAT WHAT WHAAAAT I have to admit though, after watching the Australian Grand Prix … Continue reading Hamilton triumphs in China
The 71st season of Formula One is literally 8 days away, finally!! Oh my gosh, if anyone could even measure my excitement right now, it'd be off the scale. As soon as the last season ended around November, I've been counting down for the new season to start because I'm so damn excitedddddd. SO, let's … Continue reading 8 days until the next Formula 1 season!
Today I wanted to talk about my trip to Saudi Arabia. So, at Christmas in 2016, I was blessed to be able to go to Saudi Arabia with my family to perform 'Umrah'- a small sacred pilgrimage for Muslims. I say small, because compared to 'Hajj' (which is the greater Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca, which takes … Continue reading #SAUDI2K16