Teaching is restricted to postgraduate activities both in the UK and overseas.
This takes the form of keynote lectures, plenary lectures and talks on specialist areas of asthma allergic diseases, pollution and translational medicine including participation in postgraduate courses.
Educational activities also extend to editorships of major texts in asthma, allergy and respiratory medicine. Examples include “Allergy” (4 editions) and “Middleton’s Allergy:Principles and Practice” (4 editions) (see below).
Editor of Clinical and Experimental Allergy (25 years to 2009) and current Associate Editor, Clinical Science.
While a fantastic steroid for enhancing athletic performance, the vast majority who supplement will do so for physique related purposes, and to enjoy such benefits it's normally best to already be a little lean. The hardening and physique enhancing traits will not shine through a layer of body-fat, and this means use will normally be best towards the latter half of a diet. Of course, by its nature, Winstrol will actually help you lose some of the fat you're holding onto; in-fact, it's sometimes prescribed for those who suffer from obesity due to hormonal imbalances. Beyond obesity, Winstrol is also used to treat anemia, angioedema and conditions where severe strength loss may have occurred; truly a fantastic steroid.
Unless of course, we’re talking about women here…I was recently asked why I recommend that women use the injectable version of Winstrol over the oral. I was asked this question by someone, who I assumed had a female friend who was considering using Winstrol. I then realized I was totally incorrect- not about Winstrol, but about the reason behind the question. You see…I saw a picture of the man who had first asked me the question, and it’s readily apparent to me that he probably doesn’t actually know any women. But still, his question is valid and bears repeating and answering here.