Monthly Archives: October 2020

Guest blogger

22 Oct

Growing Antibiotic resistance and UTIs

Antibiotics are used to treat certain types of bacterial infection by killing bacteria or preventing them from spreading, however, antibiotics do not work for everything. Bacteria have discovered the mechanism to be resistant to antibiotics and these resistances are continuously …

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Guest blogger

19 Oct

How Does Emergency Medicaid Simplify the Lives of Immigrants?

For ages, people have been migrating from their native countries in search of better education and job opportunities. Although they manage to earn decent figures, they rarely enjoy the same status and facilities that the permanent residents enjoy. However, this …

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Jessie Ace

14 Oct

My MS diagnosis

My diagnosis came as a shock. Within three days, I went from being perfectly healthy to having a lifelong degenerative health condition. I fell apart, especially when I was told to ‘go home and Google it’ to find out what …

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Ruth Holroyd

14 Oct

Pak choi, nut lovers and tinned grub – the pitfalls of dating with allergies!

In Ruth's second dating blog post, she discusses some of the more ridiculous encounters she's had.

Ruth"s second dating account recounts the most random and socially inept things men have said on dates, and includes some valuable advice!

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Guest blogger

12 Oct

What is the no-scalpel vasectomy?

Vasectomies are one of the most popular methods of sterilization for men. And for good reason–they are a simple outpatient procedure, often done right in the doctor’s clinic, with minimal downtime. For a man who knows he does not want …

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Ruth Holroyd

7 Oct

Navigating the dating game with allergies and TSW

Ruth Holroyd

What Allergy"s Ruth Holroyd on dating with severe allergies.

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