• 21/07/2014

    Sense of smell loss

    By Angela Epstein Is sense of smell important to the way we are attracted to other people? In today`s Daily Mail, I interview a woman who, sadly, lost her sense of smell following an accident, and who talks about the impact it had on her marriage. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2699237/Wife-fell-love-husband-lost-sense-smell.html...

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  • 14/05/2014

    Well-being lessons in school

    What utter naval-gazing hokum to hear suggestions of pupils being taught `well-being lessons` in school -. a subject I was debating today on Good Morning Britain on ITV http://www.itv.com/news/story/2014-05-14/children-neglected-wellbeing-academics (Very kind of ITV to refer to me as Angela Epstein...

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  • 23/03/2014

    Breastfeeding and the scary sisterhood by Angela Epstein

    By Angela Epstein journalist, broadcaster and social commentator. Is it really so terrible, as a mother of four who breast fed her own children, to dare come out and say that I don`t like seeing women being indiscreet when they nurse their children in public? Apparently so. For after writing about...

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  • 03/03/2014

    Writing in the Daily Mail – the curse of the cankle

    Very much enjoyed exploring the world of the cankle for the Daily Mail. This, for the uninitiated,  is the fairly unkind term given to those whose ankles and calves fuse together in one unapologetic, splodgy lump. Now I know this isn`t the kind of thing which is going to help resolve global conflict....

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  • 18/02/2014

    Casual Sexism – the non-feminist view

    Why do feminists have to get so hysterical when debating casual sexism ? It`s one of those delicious ironies of modern feminism. The more they fight to prove their point, the more they sound like the kind of old shrew Les Dawson used as target practice during his mother-in-law bashing routines. Only...

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