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Two dead after pigeon dropping infection at hospital
 Two dead after pigeon dropping infection at hospital 19 January 2019 from the BBC Two patients have died after contracting a fungal infection caused by pigeon droppings at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said an elderly patient died but from...
Restaurants urged to cut usage of antibiotic laden meat
from: http://www.meatinfo.co.uk/news/fullstory.php/aid/19591/Restaurants_urged_to_cut_antibiotic_usage.htmlRestaurants urged to cut antibiotic usage13 April, 2016 By Aaron McDonaldFood companies have been asked by investors to stop sourcing their meat and poultry from suppliers that use...
Healthy holidays - by Totally Nourish
Travelling abroad The excitement of a holiday, new clothes, sunshine and exploring on day trips is sometimes almost enough for you to forget about your travel health.  Most of us don’t think about it until we get there, but we’ve got a few suggestions to help you plan a little in advance...
Educational workkshop tackles water safety/infection issues
 Workshop will tackle water safety / infection issuesOctober 2011 from: http://www.healthestatejournal.com/Story.aspx?Story=8954Pall Medical is to hold a free-to-attend “educational workshop” on 1 December, 2011 at Jesmond Dene House, Newcastle, focussing on water quality in hospitals,...
Glowing bandages 'could show infections'
Scientists are developing a “glowing bandage to treat infection”, The Guardian has today reported. The news is based on a new technique devised by researchers at the University of Sheffield, who are currently developing visual methods for quickly identifying the presence of bacteria that...
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