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  • Why Billions of Glass Vials and Syringes are Important in the Fight Against COVID-19

    Why Billions of Glass Vials and Syringes are Important in the Fight Against COVID-19

    10 October, 2020

    The Hidden Logistics of a COVID-19 Vaccine; ‘Vials and stoppers are only trivial if you have them. If you do not have them, they cease to be trivial. A shortage of any one of those will act as a bottleneck.’

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  • The Opioid Crisis; Why Concern over Codeine and Tramadol is Rising

    The Opioid Crisis; Why Concern over Codeine and Tramadol is Rising

    27 September, 2020

    The Opioid Crisis. The NHS Business Services Authority estimate that 12.8% of the adult population in England were prescribed opioids in 2017/18. According to the Office of National Statistics (ONS) there is an underlying pattern of increasing deaths in the UK in which an opioid pain medicine, especially tramadol, is mentioned as present on the death certificate.

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  • A COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate. The UK has Bought 4 Vaccines. When will they be Ready?

    A COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate. The UK has Bought 4 Vaccines. When will they be Ready?

    18 September, 2020

    Governments around the world have pledged billions of dollars for a COVID-19 vaccine candidate. A COVID-19 vaccine is the most valuable and eagerly sought-after medical prize of recent times

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  • Is Sitting The New Smoking?

    Is Sitting The New Smoking?

    4 September, 2020

    ‘How could evolution produce an organism that responds so poorly to rest?’ By contrast bears, bats and a handful of other mammals spend their winters in hibernation, showing no ill effects when they wake up as spring arrives. What is it different for humans?

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  • Psychobiotics and How our Gut Bacteria Influence our Mental State

    Psychobiotics and How our Gut Bacteria Influence our Mental State

    24 July, 2020

    Psychobiotics is a rapidly emerging area of research that has begun to reveal a link between how  bacteria in our colon can influence our mood.

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  • Oxford  Vaccine Phase I&II Trial results and New Inhaled Treatment SNG001

    Oxford Vaccine Phase I&II Trial results and New Inhaled Treatment SNG001

    24 July, 2020

    Oxford Vaccine Update and results from Phase I & II Trails and a New Inhaled nebuliser Treatment based on Interferon B

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  • COVID-19 & Vitamin K Status

    COVID-19 & Vitamin K Status

    11 July, 2020

    A new study in Holland has revealed that poorer outcomes with COVID-19 may be partly associated with vitamin K status.

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  • Spinal Discectomy & Herniated or Prolapsed Discs

    Spinal Discectomy & Herniated or Prolapsed Discs

    4 July, 2020

    Since we offered IDD Therapy as a possible non-invasive conservative alternative to surgery, we have often explained to patients the different surgical options that run alongside.

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