Paris – Just a Eurostar Away!

Paris – a name associated with culture, art, the opera, the bourgeoisie and foremost a world-class cuisine. The French capital invites not only with an incredible charm, but also with an interesting mixture of old and modern architecture. Many artists flock to Paris in the summer to paint the beautiful … Continue reading

Mexico – The land where beauty, adventure and history blend into one

Mexico has been a popular location for many a sun seeker looking for that perfect beach and clear blue sky. There are lots to choose from, some of which have been voted as the best in the world. The beach at Tulum offers somewhat of a spiritual experience. Nestled behind … Continue reading

10 things you need to know about what dementia research achieves

1. The discovery of rare genetic mutations that cause Alzheimer’s and frontotemporal dementia have revolutionised our understanding of these diseases, identifying key molecular processes involved that are now targets for potential new treatments.(37,38) Families with these mutations are now involved in clinical studies across the world, allowing us to understand the … Continue reading

GLOBAL CHANGEMENT

A scary pseudo mathematical construct wanders about, Of adventurous non-localized estimates superficially and loud. What will happen to the evolution and its helical flow, When all living entities line up in a single dimensional row? Fortunately, some unfashionable creatures keep thinking deep, About what is really odd or unworthy and … Continue reading

‘Heat-Not-Burn’ Tobacco Products and How They’re Different From Vapes

These days, we’re always looking for healthier alternatives to our food and activities. One hotly debated subject is smoking. With so many documented risks to smoking, cigarette smokers have been very open to trying new methods of nicotine consumption.  Vaping has proven itself to be a safer option for nicotine … Continue reading

Aubergine Meze

Aubergine is a vegetable I have got to enjoy only recently. In the past, aubergines used to have some bitterness which has now been bred out of them and we no only need to salt and drain them either. This aubergine meze is made slightly differently to an aubergine curry … Continue reading