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Do we care enough to ask what is behind the biggest recent annual rise in death rates?
Posted on February 16, 2016 by Julia Manning
The Telegraph lead with provisional statistics from the ONS this morning on the steepest annual rise in death rates since the second world war. They are right that alarm bells should be ringing, and urgent questions should be asked: Is … Continue reading →
Posted in Elderly, Patients, Uncategorized | Tagged cuts, death, isolation, Liver disease, lonliness, mental illness, mortality, Obesity, ONS, Social Care, telegraph | Leave a comment
Threats to Mankind from Drug Resistant Bacteria and Viruses
Posted on August 18, 2014 by Barbara Arzymanow
The risk of an end to the human race may sound like science fiction. However, there are only a small number of threats that could theoretically lead to the extinction of mankind. The four main concerns that most experts share … Continue reading →
Posted in Business, David Cameron, Drugs, Global Health, GPs, International, Most Significant, NHS, Pharma, Public Health, Rare conditions, Research, Vaccination | Tagged 2020health, AIDS, amoxicillin, Antibacterial, antibiotics, antiviral, Augmentin, bacteria, bacterial susceptibility, beta-lactam, beta-lactamase, bureaucracy, carpenem, cephalosporin, Ebola, end of mankind, Gilead, hepatitis, Hospitals, Human, hygiene, isolation, monobactam, NICE, pathogen, penicillin, plague, PPRS, prescribing, prevention, Prime Minister, Pseudomonas, R & D, R&D, rabies, Research, Research and development, resistance, sofosbuvir, Sovaldi, vaccine, virus, WHO | Comments Off on Threats to Mankind from Drug Resistant Bacteria and Viruses
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