Without a job to return to, she stayed with the 60ft yacht as it travelled down to Portsmouth on England’s south coast, helping out with a two-month renovation before joining its next voyage across the Atlantic. “I just said: ‘I could do that,’ as you do when you’re 19,” laughs Aspen. Once in Antigua, she cooked for wealthy tourists who chartered the yacht before it was hired by the Canadian film-maker Gregory Colbert to track sperm whales for his film Ashes and Snow. … [Read more...] about They got their dream job away from it all – but what happened next?
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In his own research, Hemmen has found that certain minority groups are particularly prone to avoiding seeking emergency care for stroke because of the potential expenses involved. For example, in a study of 1,117 patients who had experienced an acute ischemic stroke (stroke caused by a sudden loss of blood circulation in part of the brain), Hemmen and his colleagues found that Hispanics were about half as likely as non-Hispanics to experience a favorable outcome after their strokes, particularly because they tended to avoid using emergency medical services. … [Read more...] about Strange Stroke Stories: Ebola, Hickeys and Other Weird Causes