It hard to say for sure, but the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that in the US alone there are about 23,000 people who die every year from antibiotic resistant infections. For example, they estimate that resistance to antibiotics that treat Clostridium difficile (C. Difficile) causes almost 500,000 infections in the US every year, which lead to about 15,000 deaths.
What about dessert? You could have a cake with a cowboy theme, in the shape of a cactus, a horse, a cowboy hat, or a cowboy boot. Cupcakes are really hot now, and I found some cupcake toppers for a western theme party. You could purchase cupcakes from your local bakery and place a topper on each for a quick and easy dessert..
A specially made replacement piece of track was installed over the weekend to fix the issue.Network Rail and have since apologised for the disruption.Posted at 14:20 15 JunBouncy castle death pair jailedTwo fairground workers actions led to the death of child who was in the inflatable as it blew away.Read moreDesignated drivers are being offered free soft drinks from some of Cambridgeshire’s pubs as part of the annual summer drink drive campaign during the FIFA World Cup 2018.Posted at 14:15 8 JunAnglian Water pledges to cut plastic pollutionAnglian Water has made a pledge to help tackle all plastic waste which is not reusable, recyclable or compostable in the East of England by 2030.Getty ImagesIt said it wanted to create a coalition of businesses, manufacturers and retailers to get rid of single use plastics and to stop micro plastics ending up in rivers and seas.The scheme was unveiled this morning in Southend, Essex.Anglian Water chief executive Peter Simpson said: “We’ve all seen the huge impact single use plastics are having on our environment.”We know a truckload of plastic is entering our oceans every minute, with rivers and watercourses acting as the highways for plastic waste pollution out to sea.”Posted at 16:31 7 JunCambridge Uni publishes open letter on diversitySenior academics at Cambridge University have published an open letter addressing diversity in its admissions policy following criticism.The letter, on the university’s website, said: “In 2017, the University of Cambridge admitted 58 black students. We recognise that this is very low as a proportion of our overall undergraduate entry. But the truly shocking statistic is that this represents a third (33%) of all black students admitted to higher education in the UK that year who attained AAA at A level..