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Thursday, October 20

Medical News

Students at the Institute of electromechanical medicine at Nottingham University have made a startling discovery whilst looking for solutions to one of the most common illnesses in the western world, Acute Naspharyngitis or the common cold. Whilst working on alleviating one of it’s most irritating and prevalent symptoms, the runny or blocked nose, they found that electrical stimulation to the bridge of the nose stopped the problems altogether. They are now working on a device to apply this charge to the nose in the event of a cold, and have so far come up with a device about the size of a packet of cigarettes that supplies the charge constantly at low current throughout the day.

The name of the device?

What else, but the “congestion charge.”