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NEWS Common antibiotic raises heart attack risk

August 28th 2014

A common antibiotic, taken by millions of people every year to treat bacterial infections, increases the risk of a fatal heart attack

NEWS Meat-eaters more susceptible to super bugs after banned antibiotic found in animal feed

April 10th 2012

People who regularly eat chicken and other meat are unwittingly making themselves more susceptible to antibiotic-resistant 'super bugs'

NEWS Common antibiotic is a killer, researchers discover

October 17th 2011

One of the world's most commonly prescribed antibiotics can be a killer, new research has discovered this week

NEWS It's the bacteria, stupid. Medicine gets it seriously wrong about killer flu viruses

November 3rd 2010 /

Medicine has got it seriously wrong about flu viruses

FEATURE Vaginal Bacterial Infections

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

Vaginal bacterial infections

NEWS Pneumonia: How to avoid it in hospital

August 21st 2008

Patients who are put on a ventilator while in the intensive care unit (ICU) are very likely to develop life-threatening pneumonia

NEWS Antibiotics: Doctors continue to prescribe them, even when they shouldn't

May 15th 2007

Just as dogs bury bones, and footballers fall over in the penalty area, and buses don't turn up when you're in a hurry, so doctors prescribe antibiotics

FEATURE No bacterial resistance to my homoeopathy

September 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 6)

Here are two homoeopathic remedies that I have formulated

NEWS Antibiotics cold cure may spark overuse

August 1st 1996 /

Antibiotics are useless for treating the common cold yet more are prescribed for the condition than for any other ailment

FEATURE Infection:

May 1990 (Vol. 1 Issue 2) /

The fall in antibiotic prescribing hasn't resulted in an increase in bacterial infections, as we reported last week, and it could be because patients are getting smarter than their doctors

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