Child health: the elephant in the corner?
Monday, January 10, 2011
You will know of the three blind men who meet an elephant. One touches the elephant's leg and describes him as being like a tree trunk. A second holds the trunk and argues he is much closer to a hose pipe. And the third, grasping the tail, claims the elephant is like a rope.
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