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Endeth the Mo…

Hello Kind People, As you were undoubtedly aware Movember, the month formerly know as November came and went like a hairy hedgehog in the twighlight of the year.  Like the hairy hedgehog, confused by balmy temperatures my timing is a little … Continue reading

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The Ginger Mo So Far….

1 day BM (Before Mo) The shave occurred the night before, bye bye to 4 day old stubble and the only time I’ll be picking up my electic hair cutting devices. Day 11 11 days in and like previous years … Continue reading

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SSMJ Moustaches

Dear SSMJ followers, Allow me to introduce myself… My name is Gavin Beamon and I am 31 years old and a ginger.  I am living in Hong Kong with my wife Pat and consider myself lucky to know Drs David … Continue reading

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Can you help?

The aim of this blog is to provide up-to-date information on health matters in South Sudan. If you come across any stories you think SSMJ readers might be interested in please don’t hesitate to send them to me, and I … Continue reading

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Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Emergencies

This event may be of interest to some of you: Thursday 1 December 2011 Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 0AE This all day event organised jointly by the RSM Catastrophes & Conflict Forum in collaboration … Continue reading

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Safer Cooking

The SSMJ recently put up an article about cooking stoves and the dangers they can pose in developing countries. Further to this we were sent a link to an organisation that promotes cleaner, safer, cooking methods. This is a link … Continue reading

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Appropriate Healthcare Technologies For Developing Countries 2012

We thought this might be of interest to some of the SSMJ’s readers. The Institution of Engineering and Technology is holding a conference on health technology for developing countries in London next year. All the details are below: 18-19 September … Continue reading

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