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Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood

Somewhere at the top of the Hundred Acre Wood a little boy and his bear play. On closer examination, we find a forest where neurodevelopment and psychosocial problems go unrecognised and untreated.

Over the weekend, somebody (I forget who) posted this paper, which gives a neurodevelopment perspective on Winnie-the-Pooh, on Twitter. Wendy and I both really enjoyed reading it – it’s a brilliant piece of medical whimsy.

This 1,574th post was filed under: Diary Style Notes, Health, Quotes.






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