Shakespeare, the Bible and Gray's Anatomy--this is all a doctor ever needs to read, according to American novelist and Nobel prize winner, Sinclair Lewis. In more modern times, however, the 146 year old Gray's Anatomy has been belittled as a “slightly updated Victorian dinosaur.” The anatomical work has, therefore, undergone major surgery in its recently launched 39th edition and has been fully restructured by body region rather than system. Various sections have been expanded, and the number of illustrations has risen to nearly 2000. Despite these changes, the volume has shrunk by more than 20%, thanks to the removal of unnecessary “Victorian purple prose” (www.graysanatomyonline.com).
Eyespy recommends you to shut your baby up (by consoling it, of course). Leaving children to cry without offering them any comfort could result in lasting damage to their brains, psychologist Margot Sunderland alerts parents and carers in her new book on raising children. Persistent