Howmuch water do you really drink each day (not counting coffee or tea)? I tend to think I drink more than I really do. Once I lined up eight bottles of water on the bench to see how much I actually drank (as we can forget if we keep filling up the same glass).
I was on my way to South Africa and I had accidentally packed by book in my check-in luggage. All set to read on the 16 hour flight to Johannesburg I found I had nothing to read. So I picked this book up at the airport bookshop - usually not a great place to find good reading material.
In a recent project, carried out in partnership with the Dementia Collaborative Research Centres, I asked General Practitioners and Registered Nurses working in General Practice (primary practice) what they thought would be a useful practical way to increase the utilisation of current evidence available in relation to dementia risk reduction.