A major stroke left Elizabeth Johnson unable to speak or stand unaided and yet today she is a professional dog walker. Continuing our two-part look at strokes, this week’s Living meets a patient who was determined to recover
The use of digital technology is second nature to the vast majority of children today and almost all play computer games. But should parents be exercising tighter control over how long their youngsters spend ‘gaming’?
What happens to the canine waifs and strays in Kirklees and Calderdale? If they’re lucky they end up with one of the county’s dog rescue organisations, where they are given the chance of a new life with new owners. For the rest, the outlook is grim. A new rescue and rehoming charity is hoping to save as many ill-treated and neglected dogs as possible
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