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July 2012 (Vol. 23 Issue 4) /

The phrase 'obsessive-compulsive' is often used casually to describe someone who is a perfectionist, excessively meticulous and/or absorbed in a cause


October 1997 (Vol. 8 Issue 7) /

I live in Nairobi, Kenya, where the measles virus is, according to local well respected pediatricians, more virulent than in Europe

FEATURE Alternatives: homeopathic nosodes

June 1997 (Vol. 8 Issue 3) /

Some 52 years before Koch first isolated the tubercle bacillus for the tuberculosis vaccine, nosodes (homeopathic dilutions of the products of the illness in question given orally) were commonly used as just in case measures against a wide variety of diseases

FEATURE Homeopathic vaccines

March 1995 (Vol. 5 Issue 12) /

The concern expressed by many parents about the safety of vaccination in the wake of the recent British country-wide mass vaccination campaign against measles and rubella has raised the perennial question: just how effective are homeopathic "nosode"

NEWS Antibiotics: bug resistant

April 1st 1992

Finland, which has tripled the use of erythromycin in the last decade to treat streptococcus infections, is suffering from a widespread resistance to the drug by that particular bacteria

FEATURE Slapped cheek disease (erythema infectiosum)

May 1990 (Vol. 1 Issue 2) /

This week, we start with a query about a reported epidemic of slapped cheek disease that is sweeping through the nurseries of Norfolk

NEWS Sore throats are common: and penicillin therapy should be rare

April 1st 1990

Children often have bad sore throats

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