We’ve all got that drawer or cupboard at home full of ‘stuff’: a random assortment of things like cables – but not the appliances they once powered – foreign currency that can’t be spent anywhere any more and a bunch of keys that don’t open any doors in the house. Some of us even have proper collections: radios, beer tankards, postcards or sporting memorabilia, to name just a few. But when does collecting become hoarding and what exactly does that mean? I find out, in this feature for The Pharmacist magazine…