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Should we be worried about sepsis?
As with alternative child poverty statistics, the reality of the situation – and how it jars with the rhetoric of extra funding – will still be clear.
Acknowledgement of the mental toll, as discovered in a UK study this week, could have helped ease my trauma.
Most people being medically risk-managed will derive no benefit, either because they were never going to develop the risk condition, or because they will do so anyway.
At a party meeting in Lewisham last night, the Wigan MP enthralled Labour members.
Why paramedics and ambulance crew are suffering from poor mental health.
“The nurses are getting more and more demoralised. We’re haemorrhaging staff left, right and centre.”
Being able to see how I felt, or what I did, a few years ago helps me to keep my life now in perspective.
He prescribes amoxicillin, saying: “You must not drink while taking these.” “Orrock,” I say, which is my attempt to pronounce “bollocks”.
Is the threat real, or just electioneering on Labour’s part?
The 2010s saw the continued decline of smoking, partly helped by substitutes that have thrown up their own concerns.