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Honey: The New Ancient Medicine

This article adds an exciting possible solution for the issues with antibiotics. It is very interesting because it involves using the unique abilities of other living things to help ourselves. 344 more words

Antibiotics

SEED HEALTH TESTING OF INDIAN SPINACH

Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) is an edible flowering plant in the family of Amaranthaceae. It is native to central and southwestern Asia. It is an annual plant (rarely biennial), which grows to a height of up to 30 cm. 460 more words

Blotter Method

John Carter: Last Judgement (Review)

John Carter

John Carter is an author who writes books for Penguin. Officially, John Carter is the pseudonym of a bestselling novelist and academic who lives in the US. 688 more words

Swords

The post-bathroom handwash quandary

In a statistic that I have just completely made up, 0.137% of all people who do not wash their hands after going to the toilet, get food poisoning. 351 more words

People

Ebola Outbreak: California Patient 'Low Risk' For Ebola Virus, Extreme Precautions Taken Anyway

SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) — California health officials say it is unlikely the Ebola virus poses a significant public health risk to the state, and the patient being treated in Sacramento for possible exposure to the deadly pathogen is considered low risk. 232 more words

News

Ebola; Its better to be prepared for a disaster that never happens than to be unprepared for one that does.

Today my manager and I were discussing the current hot topic of Ebola when one of our regulars walked up to get her coffee and overheard. 710 more words

News

The CUT – Food for Thought Event

Firstly, I would like to apologise for the lack of blog posts recently. I think I underestimated the amount of life, sweat and energy my summer work placement required and I really feel that I wanted to throw myself into it. 329 more words