While on holiday in an inaccessible part of the African coast a year ago, my 18-year-old grandson contracted septicaemic meningitis, which he survived thanks in very large measure to the heroic efforts by my eldest son.
New evidence shows that abstaining from alcohol is good for your brain. US researchers used several brain-imaging techniques to compare the amount of alcohol-related tissue damage
The mainstay of modern obstetric diagnosis is the ultrasound scan (or sonography). Similar to radar, real-time scanners employ very-high-frequency pulsed sound waves (3.5-7 mHz, or 3.5-7 million cycles per second)
Children as young as two are being prescribed powerful mood-changing drugs such as Prozac and other antidepressants. Although usage usually begins at the age of six and then carries on until the age of 19,
At the first sign of an elevated temperature, worried parents attempt to treat a fever. However, fever is the body’s in-built infection control.
MMR AND AUTISM: The missing link is found (again)
The ordinary whole-cell pertussis vaccine is acknowledged to be the deadliest of all the vaccines. The US National Vaccine Compensation Program (which has paid out over $1 billion to vaccine-damaged children)