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Medicine Spoon or Oral Syringe? Which one is better and why?

The image shows a standard plastic 5ml medicine spoon. The content of the article tells us why using a medicine spoon is not as effective as using medicine syringe.

The Precision of 5ml Oral Syringes Over 5ml Medicine Spoons in Administering Liquid Medication When administering liquid medicine, precision is everything. The common household tools…

How to use a 1ml oral syringe

Infographic showing how to use a 1ml oral syringe

It’s important to note that for any medical procedure, including the administration of medication, one should follow the specific instructions provided by a healthcare professional…

Luton Council: Increasing Efforts by UK Local Authorities to Safeguard Children’s Health Through Bans on Junk Food Ads

Local authorities are stepping up the junk food ad ban as the U.K. Government rows back on policies. The image shows 4 donuts that represent highly calorific foods that can cause diabetes when eaten regularly over a long period

The war on junk food: Luton Council, situated in the South East of England, has joined the growing list of UK authorities taking steps to…

6 Great Tips on How to give medicine to pets

It can be difficult to give medicine to pets, we show you how to avoid the pitfalls and use a different method

As pet owners, we always want the best for our furry companions. When our pets are sick or need medication, we want to ensure they…

Calpol Syringe Replacement

Calpol replacement syringe

We are seeing an ever-increasing requirement for Calpol® syringe replacement syringes. To help identify which of our syringes you need, we have matched our oral…

How to use a 5ml Oral Syringe

A description of how to use a 5ml oral syringe, alternative names for oral syringes such as medicine syringe, and an infographic showing how to read a syringe

What you need to know:When you use a 5ml oral syringe, it is the same as using 1 teaspoon. If a medicine or prescription instruction…

Strep A

Strep A symptoms checklist infographic A 6 point list on the common conditions for Scarlet Fever and Strep A

Strep A is a common type of bacteria. Most strep A infections are mild and easily treated, but some are more serious. What to do…

Is there a connection between maternal obesity, diabetes and an increased risk of having a child with ADHD?

Astonishing report finds that obesity in pregnancy can cause ADHD in the womb

A study published online before print, “The Role of Excessive Weight Gain During Pregnancy in the Development of ADHD in Offspring of Women with Gestational…

An oral alternative to insulin injections could soon be offered through a new tablet

Insulin alternative tablet instead of injection

According to scientists from the University of British Columbia, Canada, their latest oral insulin tablet alternative to an insulin injection formulation absorbs insulin as effectively…