My granddad taught me how to bowl. A cricket ball, of course;
for him there was no other sport. I remember standing in the
back garden, the smell of cardigan wafting from behind me,
his big hands over mine.
The discovery of cells in the brain that act as the body's
internal global positioning system, which won three
scientists the Nobel Prize for medicine on Monday, opens an
intriguing new window onto dementia.
More pre-schoolers are being
hospitalised with dental disease including severe tooth decay
than any other age group, and the rate of admissions in New
Zealand for all age groups have grown significantly in the
past 20 years.