Month: July 2016

BioClad’s 2-Hour Benchmark

At the end of May, the US Defence Department researchers found that a woman in the USA was carrying bacteria that is resistant to ‘antibiotics of last resort’. The woman carried a strain of E.coli that is resistant to the antibiotic colistin, used as a last resort drug against the more dangerous types of superbug, […]

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Sick Building Syndrome – How Sick is Yours?

Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) is the term used to describe symptoms and illnesses that are thought to be linked to people spending time in a specific building, often a place of work, but it can also be your home. These can range from headaches and dizziness, through to respiratory illnesses, allergies, and tiredness. Healthcare institutions […]

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