More Blood, More Sweat and Another Cup of Tea by Tom Reynolds

By Tom Reynolds

What occurs at the back of closed (ambulance) doors

Meet Tom, an Emergency scientific Technician for the London Ambulance carrier. it really is Tom who indicates as much as choose up the under the influence of alcohol tramp, the guts assault sufferer and the pregnant girl who desires to visit sanatorium in an ambulance simply because she doesn't are looking to name a taxi. Tom is additionally a guy who rails opposed to the prejudice of all of it, who bemoans the kingdom of the NHS and who ridicules the ambitions that nation that if the ambulance arrives inside of 8 mins and the sufferer dies it's a good fortune and if the ambulance arrives in 9 mins and the patient's existence is kept it's a fail.

Welcome to the topsy-turvy international of the emergency companies. From the tragic to the hilarious, from the heart-warming to the terrifying, Blood, Sweat and Tea 2 is full of attention-grabbing anecdotes that veer from tragic to hilarious; heart-warming to terrifying and Tom deftly leads the reader via a rollercoaster of emotion.

In the intense and bestselling Blood Sweat and Tea Tom provides a desirable – and from time to time alarming – photograph of existence in inner-city Britain and the folks who're paid to mop up after it.

Captures the thrills, heartbreak and frustrations of drugs in a manner that resonates with readers worldwide.

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Dijksterhuis, A. & van Knippenberg, A. ‘The relation between perception and behaviour, or how to win a game of Trivial Pursuit’ in Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 74 (1998), pp. 865–877 30. Use a Lot of Sunscron (Otherwise the Cream Takes Revenge) It may come as a shock to learn that sunscreen, a product that is supposed to protect our skin, can itself harm our skin. What is going on here? If skin molecules are exposed to sunlight, they absorb ultraviolet (UV) rays. During this process free oxygen radicals are created, which in time can cause all sorts of nastiness – from old age wrinkles to skin cancer.

Hanson, K. M. ‘Sunscreen enhancement of UV-induced reactive oxygen species in the skin’ in Free Radical Biology and Medicine (2006) 31. Taking a Group Photo? First Grab the Calculator Yet another lovely family photograph with everyone smiling… except you’ve got your eyes closed. There’s a strong chance that the photographer is not aware of Piers Barnes’s calculations. 54 Talk About Hƒligans This Australian physicist came up with a formula to calculate how many photos a photographer should take to be 99 per cent sure that everyone pictured would have their eyes open.

Various American scientists asked themselves this very question back in the 1970s. Here are some of their conclusions: O Psychologist Mark Snyder of Minnesota University analysed who had more success: a man, a woman or a man and woman together. The woman alone was the most successful. A couple got a lift as often as a man alone. O Then Snyder told the hitchhikers to look the person behind the wheel in the eye for as long as possible. That seemed to help. Those who looked drivers in the eye got more than twice as many lifts as the hitchers who looked up at the sky or down at their feet.

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