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Image that sums up UK COVID ‘catastrophe’

It’s a disturbing sight now occurring outside major British hospitals – queues of ambulances filled with patients unable to access the wards amid a surge in coronavirus cases as a new, more contagious, strain sweeps through the country. Britain’s new peak in cases has been labelled an emerging “catastrophe”. The strain is not more deadly… Read More »

Wide-Ranging Health Benefits of Cranberries

Throughout the holiday season, from Thanksgiving through Christmas, cranberries are a popular dietary item. However, based on their health benefits that range from antibacterial to prebiotic, they may be a fruit you’ll want to include in your menu planning year-round. Cranberries are a superfruit based on their high antioxidant and nutrient content. The plants are… Read More »

Digital infrastructure challengers flourish with sustained investment in 2020

Figures from Point Topic on industry investment and FTTH Council Europe on rollout growth mark significant year for sector INCA membership grows as members target more rural and urban fibre rollouts London, UK, 23 December 2020 – Despite Covid19 and the economic downturn private investment in the digital infrastructure sector has continued apace. This is… Read More »

Parent Versus Pediatrician: An Open Vaccine Debate

Open, scientific discussion is pivotal to progress in the medical field, but it’s something that remains elusive when it comes to vaccinations. Rather than address questions, concerns and inconsistencies head on via public debate and research, vaccine advocates often resort to name-calling, intimidation and threats against those who question the federal once-size-fits-all vaccine policy. Pediatricians… Read More »

Childhood Stress Can Make You Ill as an Adult

Prolonged stress can have life-threatening consequences not only for adults but also for children. Research shows adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can predispose them to any number of health problems later in life. In the early days of mankind’s evolution, the stress response saved our lives by enabling us to run from predators or take down… Read More »