Doctors are nicer to THIN patients – because they have more respect for them

Doctors are nicer to THIN patients – because they have more respect for them They still give overweight patients the same amount of time, treatment and advice as they give thin onesBut they are less empathetic towards fat patientsThis could be because they think these patients should be doing more to help themselves By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 15:33 GMT, 23 April 2013 | UPDATED: 15:33 GMT, 23 April 2013 Many patients fear the wrath of stern hospital matrons and stressed doctors.

Disbelief as nurses have to be told to put patients first: staff reminded to treat sick with love and compassion

Disbelief as nurses have to be told to put patients first: staff reminded to treat sick with love and compassion Poor care is a 'betrayal of what we stand for', says nursing chief Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said that 'coldness, resentment, indifference, even contempt' were deep-seated in parts of the NHS | UPDATED: 01:54 GMT, 5 December 2012 Nurses are having to be told to ‘put their patients first’.

Bad company affects the mind: being around annoying or unpleasant people slows brain function

Yet another good reason to avoid annoying people – they slow down your brain | UPDATED: 16:44 GMT, 10 October 2012 Brain drain: being in the company of unpleasant people slows the rate at which the mind processes movement It’s irritating enough being around someone you don’t like.

What’s Your Animal Personality Type?

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is an expansion of Carl Jung’s ideas about personality types, expressed in one of sixteen four-letter acronyms that express your dominant traits. Although you can only officially take the test with a licensed practitioner, there are plenty of unofficial version available online. These animals took the test and the results are in!