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Feature on spirituality and health pioneer Dr Christina Puchalski

The machine, beeping steadily away in the background, reassuringly spells life. Suddenly it goes haywire. Something’s wrong. The patient needs urgent attention. Visiting family members panic as the monitor warns of their loved one’s impending doom. In rush the concerned clinicians – first the nurses, then the doctors. It’s action stations. Finally, depending on whether […]

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Lilia – refugee from the Nazis, Oscar nominee, and grandmother comes to London (as a play).

Two key aspects of my life as a child of Jewish Holocaust survivors come together on stage in a delightful drama being performed at Hampstead’s 60-seater Pentameters Theatre, above The Horseshoe pub on Heath Street.  (Playing every night at 8pm, except Mondays, from now till November 13, and on Sunday afternoons at 5pm. Firstly, I […]

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