LINE Of Duty fans were bowled over by the news that mysterious DSI Joanne Davidson has criminal blood ties. Already, viewers are coming up with theories about who the criminal could be - and one name under interrogation is Tommy Hunter. Here's what we know about him... Who is Line of Duty's Tommy Hunter? Longtime Line of Duty fans will be familiar with Tommy Hunter. He was the first ever leader of the organised crime group back in series one. He was a also a paedophile - you might remember him as the man who groomed Matthew 'Dot' Cotton as a teenager after employing him as a golf caddy. But until now, it has been assumed that Tommy is dead. In season two, he was taken to the Intensive Care Unit of South Central Hospital after the huge ambush in season two. But whilst he was in hospital, DC Jeremy Cole disguised as a nurse supposedly killed him by injecting air into his IV line. In his dying moments, it is revealed that Tommy Hunter hadn't been turned after … [Read more...] about Who is Line of Duty’s Tommy Hunter and is he related to DSI Jo Davidson?
April 17, 2021 - 11:35 BST Jenni McKnight Victoria Beckham joined her husband David and Kim Kardashian for a night on the town in Miami ahead of her 47th birthday on Saturday Victoria Beckham had a jumpstart on her birthday celebrations on Friday when she joined Kim Kardashian for a wild night out in Miami. The fashion designer – who turns 47 on Saturday – was spotted having her photos taken with Kim and her husband David Beckham at the opening of Pharrell Williams' new hotel, The Goodtime Hotel in Miami Beach. MORE: Victoria Beckham's new statement necklace has a serious 70s twist In a video posted on fan page Kardashian Video on Instagram, Victoria can be seen posing close to Kim who is stood beside David as they all pose for the flashing lights. Loading the player... WATCH: Victoria Beckham wows in plunging neckline dress Victoria has yet to share any photos or images from the night on her own … [Read more...] about Victoria Beckham parties with Kim Kardashian in Miami on eve of 47th birthday
Long before Andrew Lohse became a pariah at Dartmouth College , he was just another scarily accomplished teenager with lofty ambitions. Five feet 10 with large blue eyes and the kind of sweet-faced demeanor that always earned him a pass, he grew up in the not-quite-rural, not-quite-suburban, decidedly middle-class town of Branchburg, New Jersey, and attended a public school where he made mostly A’s, scored 2190 on his SATs and compiled an exhaustive list of extracurricular activities that included varsity lacrosse, model U.N. (he was president), National Honor Society, band, orchestra, Spanish club, debate and – on weekends – a special pre-college program at the Manhattan School of Music, where he received a degree in jazz bass. He also wrote songs; gigged semiprofessionally at restaurants throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut; played drums for a rock band; chased, and conquered, numerous girls; and by his high school graduation, in 2008, had reached the pinnacle of … [Read more...] about Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy: Inside Dartmouth’s Hazing Abuses
Pharmacosmos A/S, a Denmark-based industry leader for developing and marketing medicines for the treatment of iron deficiency, said its Monofer, a new generation of innovative intravenous iron for the treatment of iron deficiency and iron-deficiency anemia, will soon be officially available to Chinese patients. Commercial channels and distribution networks have been in place, and first prescriptions of the drug are expected to come within the next few days, said Kathy Liu, managing director of Pharmacosmos in China. The drug was the first innovative intravenous iron approved in China since 2005, when the National Medical Products Administration approved it in February for the treatment of iron deficiency and iron-deficiency anemia in adult patients who have an intolerance to oral iron, have had an unsatisfactory response to oral iron, or when there is a clinical need to deliver iron rapidly. Monofer provides the opportunity to infuse a single dose of 1,000 mg iron from 15 to more … [Read more...] about New intravenous iron infusion soon to be available
When DSM-5.0 ( Diagnostic and Statistical Manual ) is published in May of 2013 by the American Psychiatric Association, mental health professionals will face the task of learning a new classification system to use when they provide diagnoses of their clients. The draft versions of the DSM were available for comment and review until December 2012, when final changes were voted into effect. Highly anticipated were proposed changes in the section of the DSM dealing with long-standing personality disturbances, known as " Personality Disorders ." After reviewing the extensive studies available on the website and in the psychiatric literature, all of which suggested that changes were all but certain to occur I had expected the personality disorder section to be radically revamped. It wasn't. Here you will learn the background to the proposed changes and what the ultimate decision not to change the system (for now) will mean for you. I should note that many of the people who … [Read more...] about What’s New (and Old) in the DSM-5 Personality Disorders