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Why You Should Definitely Study Biomedical Science This Year!

Biomedical science has gotten a bad rep in the past due to the high unemployment rates that graduates face directly after leaving the course. These days, most university courses will require you to give an arm and a leg to find work directly after your

5 Eye-opening Reasons Not to Study Pharmacy

Pharmacy isn’t initially what people think of when planning what they want to spend the rest of their lives doing, however due to advice such as “you will have a secure job right out of university”, many students are led to believe pharmacy is their

5 great reasons to study biomedical science degree

5 Great Reasons to Study a Biomedical science degree

Every degree comes with it’s own set of benefits and shortcomings. These are often greatly influenced by where you choose to study your degree and to what level. For the most part dedicating 3-5 years of your life to learning about a particular subject will

side effects of energy drinks on the heart

6 Deadly Side Effects of Energy Drinks on The Heart

The heart is arguably the most important organ of the body so what happens when we pump our system full of energy drinks? This article will outline 6 deadly side effects of energy drinks on the heart. Research has shown that there may be some

side effects of antibiotics in babies

6 Life-changing Side Effects of Antibiotics in Babies

Side effects of antibiotics in babies are rarely discussed but just like other medications, antibiotics do have side effects on babies. Some side effects are mild while others are severe. In this article, we are going to focus on the 6 life-changing side effects of

side effects of painkiller overdose

4 worrying side effects of painkiller overdose

Paracetamol, ibuprofen and aspirin are common painkillers known to everyone with a tendency for headaches, back pains and other ailments. Studies have shown that the average Briton takes 373 painkillers a year. With so many people taking these drugs at a rate above what is considered safe, you have to query what is actually happening when you take painkillers even when you feel no pain.

primary and secondary haemostasis

Haemostasis is the process of changing blood from a fluid to a solid-state to reduce blood loss after vessel injury. Haemostasis also involves maintaining blood in a fluid state when there is no injury. Haemostatic balance is maintained by regulating levels of procoagulants which promote