Two years back, the World Health Organization raised concern that world will soon witness an "antibiotic apocalypse". Yet again, similar concerns have been revealed by Chief Medical Officer of England Dame Sally Davies that the country will soon witness an end to an era of antibiotics.
The Chaseley Trust care home usually flaunts of the elements including art and crafts room, pool table, cinema and gym to keep residents cheerful. So when manager Helena Barrow came across the fact that some of them asked for bawdy entertainment, she did not deny.
Minister for Universities and Science, David Willetts, in a speech given at the Policy Exchange detailed about the funding of £600m in the field of science and technology which was announced by Chancellor of the Exchequer Geaorge Osborne. Osborne made this announcement in December 2012 in his autumn statement.
A recent news talked about a little girl named Millie Simpson, who was born with 30 broken bones in her body. She survived that phase successfully and is very much alive now. According to doctors, she is suffering from `brittle bone disease' which is caused by abnormalities to the genes that are essential for strengthening the bones.
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) has taken out a report on number of surgeries taken place in the UK in 2012.
It has been revealed that the number of operations taken out on men to deal with 'man boobs' has reduced by 25%. On the other hand, the number of operations to inject more fat in women has increased.
Demand for cosmetic operations or procedures remained almost flat for the first time in 2012, figures compiled by the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) revealed.
It was the first time that the country didn’t witness a huge increase in the demand for procedures in more than a decade.
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