No Body’s Perfect

The clocks have changed, the trick or treating is over and now we steadily move forward into Winter. I’ve noticed the work start to ramp up as we get busier which, yes, does mean more people are dying. I wrote a lot of posts about our busy time last year so I’ll try to make... Continue Reading →

An Adventure in Auld Reekie

I’ve always really liked the name Auld Reekie for Edinburgh. I came across it first off when I played Roller Derby and heard of this Scottish team with a fantastic name. I initially assumed they had made it up and I also thought it meant it was smelly or stinky. Turns out it’s an old... Continue Reading →

Evisceration (Part I)

This week I have been fairly solidly revising alongside putting together a presentation for a very exciting project (should it come to fruition which I hope it does!). I wondered if some people would like me to share the contents on here, and I figured why not as long as I give a little warning... Continue Reading →

Asbestos & My Week

I’m sat in the dentist waiting room once again while I write the bulk of this. My teeth get an awful lot of attention, mainly because they are truly awful. I dread to think the amount of money I have spent on them over the years, and the countdown to my impending wisdom teeth removal... Continue Reading →

How Splenunculus!

Doesn’t it sound like something completely amazing and fabulous. I think I will refer to anything wonderful from now on as splenunculus! It’s actually a little thing that the human body can do, where the spleen doesn’t form in the usual way and creates a little tiny accessory spleen. That little guy is called a... Continue Reading →

Formaldehyde

Recently I was sent a link to a news article by my other half. In all honesty, I saw a link to a news website and automatically assumed it was something relating to Brexit so my eye roll was long. Imagine my surprise at finding out it was this link titled ‘EU embalming fluid ban... Continue Reading →

Copenhagen Medical Museum

Copenhagen was the perfect break for November. Laura B and I had planned it for a few months, we reacted to the intense heatwave of the summer by booking a trip to somewhere that would definitely be cold. I spent many a hot summers day dreaming of blankets, scarves and thick socks. I’m a Winter... Continue Reading →

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