You would think all the antibiotics in the fast food would even things out, but maybe they do things differently in Britain: "The obesity epidemic in children could be cutting the effectiveness of penicillin treatment – because the doses were worked out for a slimmer generation. Guidelines have remained unchanged for almost 50 years, but children are now up to 20 per cent heavier. Experts want the guidelines to be revised amid concern that some children are getting too little medication to treat their ailments." Speaking of Britons, more than three quarters of the pictures they post of themselves to Facebook show them under the influence of alcohol. In the rest they are just stroking knives affectionately.
Friday, December 16th, 2011