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Re 'Hymn to a child never mourned' (WDDTY vol 12 no 11, p 12): in the event that others emulate the ceremony, may I ask them not to use balloons? Many marine reptiles and mammals ingest this material when it comes down, and die a prolonged and unpleasant death
There's no doubt that whooping cough is distressing disease, for both child and parent
It never rains but it pours and, this time, the deluge in the medical press covers the use of non-aspirin non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NANSAIDs, both as a treatment for coronary heart disease (CHD) and as a cause of ulcers
There is still some dispute over what elements ought to be included in an acellular vaccine, largely because scientists don't really understand which components in the pertussis vaccine are required to stimulate an immune response
Re the news headline 'From daily spread may grow dumb babies' (WDDTY, vol 12 no 10, p 11), I realise that Lynne McTaggart is from the USA and that there are US readers, but I feel that a publication based in the UK should stick to word usage as found in the UK