Dr George Jacob
Recently, I had to attend one of my relative’s funeral. The lady, in her 60s, had succumbed to protracted chronic diseases.
12 Feb 2018
A part of my schooling, from class V to VIII, was done at Kollam, under the guardianship of my maternal grandparents and my mother’s youngest sister.
28 Dec 2017
As the World No Tobacco Day dawns on May 31, my mind races to my ancestral home where smoke emanating from his cigarettes used to greet me every day as I peered outside the window into the garden, as
30 May 2017
Stories about doctors’ heroics, with them ‘playing God’ and weaving miracles are dime a dozen.
09 May 2017
She had been ailing for a while.
25 Apr 2017
My mother was a cook par excellence “when she was younger” (to quote her).
28 Feb 2017
Recently, the media reported an instance where a class VII student was ‘badly thrashed’ by the principal. Later, the boy needed to be hospitalised.
20 Feb 2017
This paper on January 9, reported the occurrence of a rare phenomenon in medical science —heteropaternal superfecundation.
11 Jan 2017
Can these ‘lovers’ made of metal, rubber and plastic satiate the often uncontrollable sexual behaviour, fuelled by the testosterone surge that has the male of the human species its ravenous victim?
27 Dec 2016
24 Oct 2016