SoT 183: Period Pain Is On Special

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Hosts: Ed Brown, Dr. Shayne Joseph, Lucas Randall

Two major reports have highlighted the impending dangers of antibiotic resistance. In the UK a government report estimated that an outbreak of a drug-resistant infection in Britain could cause up to 80,000 deaths, while in the US the CDC issued an alert about a new strain of the common Shigella bacteria that is resistant to the usual antibiotics used to treat it.

New observations suggest that while the universe is still expanding, and that expansion is accelerating, it might not be accelerating as fast as previously thought.

The Large Hadron Collider has been restarted after numerous upgrades have been installed.

Many people use paracetamol, or acetaminophen, as a painkiller for chronic lower back pain. But new research indicates it’s ineffective for back pain or osteoarthritis. And it could be doing more harm than good.

A new analysis of photographs of Jupiter’s moon Ganymede has found a ‘bulge’ on the largest moon in the solar system. The bulge is 3km high and hundreds of kilometres wide!

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  • Steve_Nerlich

    Hey guys – thanks for the shout-out. It’s a real double-take moment when your podcasts start talking to you.