Thursday, 19 June 2014
Lilian Anekwe is a medical writer and editor of the Best Health website, part of the BMJ Evidence Centre, and as editor writes consumer health news and health information for patients. She joined the BMJ group in 2011 having worked at the medical magazine Pulse for five years as a reporter and clinical news editor, writing news and features on new drugs and treatments for UK GPs.
She has won several medical journalism awards and has also written health news and features for The Times, NHS Choices, New Statesman, and New Scientist. She lives in London.
Wednesday, 11 June 2014
One to watch
Chijindu Ujah is an athlete, specialising as a sprinter. He is the fifth British sprinter to break 10 seconds for the 100 metres, and the youngest to do so, as of June 2014 he is ranked first on the all-time European under-20 list, and third on both the all-time British list and the all-time European under-23 list for the event with a fastest time of 9.96 (with a +1.4 tailwind), achieved at Hengelo, Netherlands on June 8 2014.
He is the current (2013) European Junior Champion in the 100m event.
Monday, 2 June 2014
Ada Uzoije is an author who grew up in England. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Media and Cultural Studies from The University of Wolverhampton and a Science degree from the Open University.
Ada is a fiction writer who preferred to write crimes, psychological thrillers and paranormal stories. She is the author of The Ghost, The Sinister, Clara,On The Bridge and Millipede Chasing. Ada is currently busy writing her sixth book,The Depression Killer.