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What a difference a week makes - or maybe not. Last Sunday I joined BBC World Service Weekend's host, the audacious and fantastic Catrin Nye and my fellow panelist, Simon Robinson, regional editor Europe, Africa and Middle East for the Reuters New Agency to discuss everything from votes for 16...
Saleyha Ahsan looks at trench foot and other infections of the war. Particularly how poor wound cleansing was one of the major contributors to amputations and death.
Emergency doctor and ex-army officer, Dr Saleyha Ahsan compares medical equipment used in modern warfare with WW1.
BBC Earth Lab Published on 5 Jan 2017 Dr Saleyha Ahsan tells us how much execise we need to do in order to burn off a single chocolate bar and the options that are available to us for calulating and burning the calories.
Junior doctors have gone on strike for 24 hours for the second time this year. It comes after last-ditch talks broke down with the government over a new contract which doctors say will have an impact on patient safety and would see junior doctors paid less for out-of-hours wor
At the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, the main infantry weapon was the muzzle-loading musket, which fired up to four shots a minute. At the Battle of the Somme, just over a century later, machine gunners could fire off 600 rounds a minute.
'Dr Saleyha Ahsan, Emergency department medical doctor and ex-British Army, went down to the Wellcome Collection's 'Medicine Man' Exhibition - investigating medical equipment from the past to see how it compared with the modern tools she uses in her A&E today.' Discovery
'Owen Bennett Jones introduces the pick of recent insight, wit and analysis from correspondents around the world. In this edition:Mark Savage meets the Syrians fleeing torture and terror at home; Allan Little explores the true value of a good political joke; Lyse Doucet describes how the face of Kabul has changed over...