and Asperger's Syndrome, Libel and Thalidomide, which summarised a number of notorious cases, including the plot of Gordon Brown to tax the compensation for thalidomide patients.
One of my personal favourites is:
Medicine blogging is a world wide phenomenon and generally ethical which offers a glimmer of hope to a profession that is being sidelined in the U.K. But we will fight on.
And for those who have not yet discovered the world of Medical Grand Rounds, check these out:
A surprisingly large number of readers searched and looked at:
However, who would have guessed that the posting that won the highest number of hits was: Picasso and Tradition?
My personal favourite and that of FOODIES: Chinese New Year and the Goose
Chinese New Year, the Year of the Ox, will be arriving soon, time for another dose of quality meat and fat.
Pleasure Principle and Wine, which is of course my very personal view.
Of these, the most popular blog seems to be: Seroxat and Ribena,
about two school girls taking on a giant.Others worthy of another look include:
Bipolar Disorder in Children
Additional coverage of this can be found in: Ward 87, Chez Sam, Witch Doctor, NHS Exposed and Dr Grumble. The cover-up was rather sad for medicine and for mankind. It would be sadder still if the powers were to try to control blogging.
Finally, may I take this opportunity to thank all past readers for their support and encouragement. Do please keep the comments coming and the debates going!