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Sydney Morning Herald
New debate on antibiotics: Do you really need to take the full course?are seen dividing under a transmission electron micrograph. Photo: Supplied In
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
are seen dividing under a transmission electron micrograph. Photo: Supplied In an opinion piece published in the BMJ on Wednesday, a group of practising physicians argues that the idea that stopping antibiotics early might be dangerous to... Read more
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The Age
New debate on antibiotics: Do you really need to take the full course?are seen dividing under a transmission electron micrograph. Photo: Supplied In
The Age / Posted 17 hours ago
are seen dividing under a transmission electron micrograph. Photo: Supplied In an opinion piece published in the BMJ on Wednesday, a group of practising physicians argues that the idea that stopping antibiotics early might be dangerous to... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Chicago hospitals see spike in births after Cubs' World Series win"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The
KECI Missoula / Posted 20 hours ago
"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The Tribune reported that a 2013 study by the BMJ concluded that the heightened euphoria after a sports victory can spur sensations that lead to intimate celebrations,... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Chicago hospitals see spike in births after Cubs' World Series win"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 20 hours ago
"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The Tribune reported that a 2013 study by the BMJ concluded that the heightened euphoria after a sports victory can spur sensations that lead to intimate celebrations,... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Chicago hospitals see spike in births after Cubs' World Series win"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 20 hours ago
"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The Tribune reported that a 2013 study by the BMJ concluded that the heightened euphoria after a sports victory can spur sensations that lead to intimate celebrations,... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Chicago hospitals see spike in births after Cubs' World Series win"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 20 hours ago
"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The Tribune reported that a 2013 study by the BMJ concluded that the heightened euphoria after a sports victory can spur sensations that lead to intimate celebrations,... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Chicago hospitals see spike in births after Cubs' World Series win"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 20 hours ago
"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The Tribune reported that a 2013 study by the BMJ concluded that the heightened euphoria after a sports victory can spur sensations that lead to intimate celebrations,... Read more
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CBS News
Do e-cigarettes help tobacco smokers quit?limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped sm
CBS News / Posted 20 hours ago
limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped smoking weren't available. In addition, the types of e-cigarettes used aren't known, the researchers said. The report was published July 26 in the medical jou... Read more
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News 8000
Chicago hospitals see spike in births after Cubs' World Series win"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The
News 8000 / Posted 20 hours ago
"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The Tribune reported that a 2013 study by the BMJ concluded that the heightened euphoria after a sports victory can spur sensations that lead to intimate celebrations,... Read more
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Market Watch
A provocative new analysis suggests you don’t have to take all your antibiotics after allif you’re feeling better, you have to take all the pills. A provocative new an
Market Watch / Posted 21 hours ago
if you’re feeling better, you have to take all the pills. A provocative new analysis published in U.K. medical journal The BMJ suggests that might not be the whole story. There’s evidence that antibiotic courses could be shorter, which would help... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
Chicago hospitals see spike in births after Cubs won World Series"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The
KTXS Abilene / Posted 21 hours ago
"We had a lot of luck on our side and just the right amount of champagne." The Tribune reported that a 2013 study by the BMJ concluded that the heightened euphoria after a sports victory can spur sensations that lead to intimate celebrations,... Read more
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ABC News
E-cigarettes may help smokers quit after allin the United States in recent years and they are now used by over 9 million Am
ABC News / Posted 23 hours ago
in the United States in recent years and they are now used by over 9 million Americans. The new study, published in the BMJ, a medical journal, stands in contrast to previous studies suggesting that using e-cigarettes actually make it harder to... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Should you really finish your antibiotics? Researchers question that ideaevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 23 hours ago
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Should you really finish your antibiotics? Researchers question that ideaevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 23 hours ago
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
Should you really finish your antibiotics? Researchers question that ideaevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 23 hours ago
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
Should you really finish your antibiotics? Researchers question that ideaevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 23 hours ago
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Should you really finish your antibiotics? Researchers question that ideaevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
KIVI Boise / Posted 23 hours ago
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Should you really finish your antibiotics? Researchers question that ideaevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 23 hours ago
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Should you really finish your antibiotics? Researchers question that ideaevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
KGTV San Diego / Posted 23 hours ago
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Researchers question whether you should really finish your antibioticsevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
KECI Missoula / Posted yesterday
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Researchers question whether you should really finish your antibioticsevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted yesterday
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Researchers question whether you should really finish your antibioticsevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted yesterday
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Researchers question whether you should really finish your antibioticsevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
KRCR TV Redding / Posted yesterday
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Researchers question whether you should really finish your antibioticsevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted yesterday
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Researchers question whether you should really finish your antibioticsevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted yesterday
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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News 8000
Researchers question whether you should really finish your antibioticsevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
News 8000 / Posted yesterday
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The "complete... Read more
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Calgary Sun
E-cigarettes actually do help smokers kick the habit, study suggeststhree months than non-users — 8 per cent versus 5 per cent. The research was p
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
three months than non-users — 8 per cent versus 5 per cent. The research was published online Wednesday in the journal, BMJ. It was funded by the National Institutes of Health. The rate of people quitting smoking in the U.S. has remained steady... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Researchers question whether you should really finish your antibioticsevidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an ana
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted yesterday
evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance. The “complete... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Popularity of vaping linked tois associated with a "significant increase" in the number stubbing out smoking,
Wakefield Today / Posted yesterday
is associated with a "significant increase" in the number stubbing out smoking, according to a study published in The BMJ. Researchers say the findings of the American study, based on the largest representative sample of e-cigarette users to... Read more
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CTV News
Doctors question 'finish your antibiotics' advicethan stopping antibiotics too early, the cause of resistance is "unnecessary" d
CTV News / Posted yesterday
than stopping antibiotics too early, the cause of resistance is "unnecessary" drug use, the team writes in The BMJ medical journal. "We encourage policy makers, educators and doctors to stop advocating 'complete the course' when... Read more
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Newsmax
Finish Your Antibiotics Course? Maybe Not, Experts Saythan stopping antibiotics too early, the cause of resistance was "unnecessary"
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
than stopping antibiotics too early, the cause of resistance was "unnecessary" drug use, a team wrote in The BMJ medical journal. "We encourage policy makers, educators and doctors to stop advocating 'complete the course' when... Read more
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Newsmax
E-Cigarettes Help Smokers Quitthree months than non-users — 8 percent versus 5 percent. The research was pub
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
three months than non-users — 8 percent versus 5 percent. The research was published online Wednesday in the journal, BMJ. It was funded by the National Institutes of Health. The rate of people quitting smoking in the U.S. has remained steady... Read more
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International Business Times
E-cigarette vaping really does help you quit smoking, study claims 15-year time-span, also found that 65% of e-cig users attempted to quit smoking
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
15-year time-span, also found that 65% of e-cig users attempted to quit smoking, as opposed to 40% of regular smokers. The BMJ study, titled "E-cigarette use and associated changes in population smoking cessation: evidence from US current... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Study Finds E-Cigarette Users More Likely To Kick Habitthree months than non-users — 8 percent versus 5 percent. The research was pub
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
three months than non-users — 8 percent versus 5 percent. The research was published online Wednesday in the journal, BMJ. It was funded by the National Institutes of Health. The rate of people quitting smoking in the U.S. has remained steady... Read more
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CNBC
Medical advice telling patients to complete antibiotics course is wrong, study sayssuggest that stopping pills early encourages antibiotic resistance, according t
CNBC / Posted yesterday
suggest that stopping pills early encourages antibiotic resistance, according to analysis in the British Medical Journal (BMJ). Traditionally, patients have been told they must finish a prescribed course of antibiotics. The current guidance from... Read more
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Daily Mail
E-cigarettes DO help smokers quitfor at least three months compared to five per cent of traditional smokers. Th
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
for at least three months compared to five per cent of traditional smokers. The findings were published in the journal BMJ. Mr Hajek said: 'It's absolutely clear that e-cigarettes help smokers replace cigarettes.' He added that vaping devices... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
More e-cigarettes, fewer tobacco smokers?limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped sm
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted yesterday
limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped smoking weren't available. In addition, the types of e-cigarettes used aren't known, the researchers said. The report was published July 26 in the medical jou... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
More e-cigarettes, fewer tobacco smokers?limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped sm
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted yesterday
limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped smoking weren't available. In addition, the types of e-cigarettes used aren't known, the researchers said. The report was published July 26 in the medical jou... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
More e-cigarettes, fewer tobacco smokers?limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped sm
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted yesterday
limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped smoking weren't available. In addition, the types of e-cigarettes used aren't known, the researchers said. The report was published July 26 in the medical jou... Read more
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WALB Albany
More e-cigarettes, fewer tobacco smokers?limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped sm
WALB Albany / Posted yesterday
limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped smoking weren't available. In addition, the types of e-cigarettes used aren't known, the researchers said. The report was published July 26 in the medical jou... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
More e-cigarettes, fewer tobacco smokers?limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped sm
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted yesterday
limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped smoking weren't available. In addition, the types of e-cigarettes used aren't known, the researchers said. The report was published July 26 in the medical jou... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
More e-cigarettes, fewer tobacco smokers?limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped sm
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted yesterday
limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped smoking weren't available. In addition, the types of e-cigarettes used aren't known, the researchers said. The report was published July 26 in the medical jou... Read more
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CTV News
E-cigarettes might help smokers quit, study saysthree months than non-users -- 8 per cent versus 5 per cent. The research was
CTV News / Posted yesterday
three months than non-users -- 8 per cent versus 5 per cent. The research was published online Wednesday in the journal, BMJ. It was funded by the National Institutes of Health. The rate of people quitting smoking in the U.S. has remained steady... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
More e-cigarettes, fewer tobacco smokers?limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped sm
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted yesterday
limitation of the study is that details on how participants actually stopped smoking weren't available. In addition, the types of e-cigarettes used aren't known, the researchers said. The report was published July 26 in the medical jou... Read more
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Reuters
Study links rising U.S. e-cigarette use to rise in smokers quittingsignificant increase in the numbers of people quitting smoking, researchers sai
Reuters / Posted yesterday
significant increase in the numbers of people quitting smoking, researchers said on Wednesday. In a study published in the BMJ British medical journal, scientists from California said their findings were based on the largest representative sample... Read more
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express
Antibiotics U-turn - taking a full course of drugs not necessary, experts suggestto THIS medication Gonorrhoea symptoms - STI from unprotected sex could affect
express / Posted yesterday
to THIS medication Gonorrhoea symptoms - STI from unprotected sex could affect prostate The article, published in the BMJ, called for policy makers and doctors to drop the message and state that this was not evidence-based and is... Read more
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Gazette
Experts call for new antibiotics message to end ‘complete the course’ cultureantibiotics, according to an article in a leading medical journal. Experts wri
Gazette / Posted yesterday
antibiotics, according to an article in a leading medical journal. Experts writing in The British Medical Journal (The BMJ) argue that the warning given to patients at the start of treatment is not supported by the evidence. Professor Martin... Read more
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guardian-series
Experts call for new antibiotics message to end ‘complete the course’ cultureantibiotics, according to an article in a leading medical journal. Experts wri
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
antibiotics, according to an article in a leading medical journal. Experts writing in The British Medical Journal (The BMJ) argue that the warning given to patients at the start of treatment is not supported by the evidence. Professor Martin... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Experts call for new antibiotics message to end ‘complete the course’ cultureantibiotics, according to an article in a leading medical journal. Experts wri
Greenock Telegraph / Posted yesterday
antibiotics, according to an article in a leading medical journal. Experts writing in The British Medical Journal (The BMJ) argue that the warning given to patients at the start of treatment is not supported by the evidence. Professor Martin... Read more
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Harrow Times
Experts call for new antibiotics message to end ‘complete the course’ cultureantibiotics, according to an article in a leading medical journal. Experts wri
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
antibiotics, according to an article in a leading medical journal. Experts writing in The British Medical Journal (The BMJ) argue that the warning given to patients at the start of treatment is not supported by the evidence. Professor Martin... Read more
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