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NHS sepsis symptoms: Time-honoured treatment could help fight against sepsis complications

A recent investigation from the BBC found sepsis treatments in the UK were delayed, resulting in fatal complications and death for some patients. Sepsis patients should be put on an antibiotic drip within an hour after the infection is detected, but in some cases, people were not given appropriate treatment for up to six days.… Read More »

Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer didn’t reveal research showing arthritis drug could treat Alzheimer’s

Pfizer ‘deliberately buried’ data showing its arthritis drug might also prevent Alzheimer’s ‘because it wouldn’t have made the pharma giant any money’ Pfizer, based in New York, in 2015 found its drug Enbrel may have another use  An analysis found people taking it were significantly less likely to get Alzheimer’s But the company didn’t do… Read More »

How good is your eyesight? This viral photo could show if you have astigmatism

Twitter users were baffled by a comparison of two night time pictures with many realising they had the condition astigmatism for the first time. In recent years there has been an influx of viral photos blowing everyone’s mind, showing how differently we see some common objects. The most famous of course being ‘the dress’ that… Read More »