Oxford research tackles threat of antibiotic resistance
19/01/2021 | news | education | 188
Oxford says the "public cannot get enough of experts" with a £100m donation for antibiotics research.
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Bob
19/01/2021 10:37:27 4 11
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Perhaps if people stopped eating probiotic yoghurts we wouldn't need all these antibiotics.
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19/01/2021 10:44:52 8 8
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I'm in my 20s and it feels like the baby boomers really were the lucky generation. They didn't have to deal with the WWII, they bought up housing at low prices and use now them to rinse us of our money, they benefitted from the NHS but don't have to deal with this impending disaster, and climate change and the environment isn't their problem
Am I right, or missing/oversimplifying some things here?
Yes, you clearly ARE simple. I just about qualify for being a "boomer" and I can tell you that both my husband and I had 3 jobs to pay for our mortgage when we bought our first house. The interest rate was 14.5%. I worked as a junior accountant during the day, a barmaid evenings and sold Tupperware. He similar. You have no idea and are just another ignorant whinger. Removed
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19/01/2021 11:05:55 4 2
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To you and the person above:
It was a question more than an opinion- I am open to changing my mind (ironically you sound like the one who is whining). Calling me simple is a tad pathetic too.
Also I'm not blaming anyone, in the same way that cave men couldn't blame me for having technology. That said, though some form of rent control from the government would be nice as that is 1/3 of my wages.