About Under the Scope
The eye of a human being is a microscope, which makes the world seem bigger than it really is” Khalil Gibran
Welcome to Under the Scope – a place to look more closely and evaluate more thoroughly matters of health, family, education and life-in-general.
Under the Scope is a magazine where you can reference quality information, learn about health conditions and read articles and blogs by Victoria with contributions from great writers including medics, parliamentarians, psychologists and young journalists on a whole host of topics, all tackled with forensic zeal and a sense of scientific balance. The devil, after all, is in the detail.
But there’s more. Coming soon will be a forum where the public can meet to talk over their health concerns and interests with medics and scientists – and each other – in a constructive space for the exchange of ideas and viewpoints.
a word about posting…
In common with most websites, the Under the Scope comments policy is simple: be polite, be funny, be interesting and be-have. Libellous, unpleasant, cruel, sexist or spam comments will be deleted, and the individual posting banned.
a word on health advice…
Under the Scope is not a medical website, and is not intended as a substitute for advice from qualified medical practitioners. The information found is NOT a substitute for professional medical care by a qualified doctor or other health care professional. ALWAYS check with your doctor if you have any concerns about your condition or treatment. Neither Under the Scope nor Victoria Lambert is responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for ANY form of damages whatsoever resulting from the use (or misuse) of information contained in or implied by the information on this site.
and a word (or a million) of thanks to…
Mantej Deol, Professor Lord Ajay Kakkar, Jo and Graeme Gourlay, Healthy PR, Rowena le Poer Trench, Clara Molden, Lynnette Peck (Lovely’s Vintage Emporium), Nick Pye and Agent8 Design, Nick Trench, Stephen Watson, Mike Nolan plus Nick Ashley and Owen Swanson-Low of CTN Communications for their help in setting up this website.
Give a girl enough scope and she’ll set up a website” Victoria Lambert