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Trichotillomania is characterised by recurrent hair-pulling, leading to noticeable hair loss, which in turn leads to a wide range of cognitive, behavioural and affective symptoms. As a result, sufferers can develop physical problems and profound social handicaps. The condition appears to have a...
‘Troughout my 25 years in the health service, I have probably been involved in about 40 fire drills–but I have never experienced a fire! I have been on about eight resuscitation study days, but I have never had to resuscitate anybody! However, when I was a clinician, I was never sent on any...
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