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Nine in ten parents worried about the possibility of a world in which antibiotics are no longer effective

A new survey from Public Health England (PHE) of Mumsnet users lays bare the extent of parents’ fears about a decline in the effectiveness of antibiotics. 93% of respondents say they are worried about the possibility of a world in which antibiotics are no longer effective.

GROUND BREAKING new technology panty-liner test eliminated pregnancy worry

A diagnostic test in a panty-liner will spare women from worry during pregnancy and could save the NHS time and money. NICE evaluated and clinically proven, NEW AMNIOSENSETM makes it easier for mothers-to-be to identify amniotic fluid leaks.

This is how different parts of the UK will be keeping warm this winter

The stereotypical image of 'southern softies' could soon be a thing of the past - after a study found northerners jack up the heating long before southerners do.  Despite there being just a two degree difference between the north and south of the UK at the moment, those living south of London will simply don another layer to keep warm while Geordies and Scots will reach for the thermostat instead.

Brits will spare the feelings of others by telling little white lies around the Christmas tree

If a loved one says “It’s lovely” when opening a gift, you may want to double check that you’ve hung on to the receipt, a study has found.  A poll of 2,000 adults revealed 86 per cent of Brits will spare the feelings of others by telling little white lies around the Christmas tree.  When exclaiming “What a lovely surprise”, many simply make the remark when lost for words on how they really feel.

How to keep your home safe this Christmas

Posting our plans on social media, leaving gift boxes we have bought in outside bins and forgetting to lock doors and windows… the simple mistakes that are inviting burglars into our homes.  As Christmas approaches, homes become filled with expensive gifts and gadgets. This sadly means that the festive season is also the peak time that domestic burglary increases due to opportunistic intruders.




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