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Although this woman lost her legs to sepsis, she has not let the amputation come between her and her love of horseback riding. Read about her story here:
Forty-three-year-old Tina Elliott of Riverside has fought to do things by herself again
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Infections can spread easily and quickly across continents, but did you know mud may have antibacterial properties to reduce the spread of infections?
Some clays have antibacterial properties. How to make them work for you
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How crucial is the first hour of diagnosing sepsis? It was the matter of life or death for this 6-year-old survivor
Several medics had missed the diagnosis before one A&E nurse realised how seriously ill she was and saved her life
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What are the differences between late-onset and early-onset neonatal sepsis? Check out this infographic to find out
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After developing sepsis on a camping trip, this high school sophomore used video games to reduce the swelling in his hands
The Northville High School sophomore was just going on a normal camping trip. He wound up fighting for his life.
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Quadruple amputee sepsis survivor doesn’t let his condition slow him down, juggling the role of athlete, student, writer, and more
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Two Santa Clara University students contracted meningitis, a common disease in college students that may lead to septicemia – Learn how to prevent the condition here:
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What is the difference between sepsis, severe sepsis and septic shock? Sepsis is your body’s response to infection. Learn more about how sepsis can progress to severe sepsis and septic shock:
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According to Becker’s Hospital Review, sepsis is one of the top 10 patient safety concerns for 2016
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Did you know that post-sepsis syndrome is a condition that affects up to 50 percent of sepsis survivors? Possible long-term effects include insomnia, nightmares, poor concentration and extreme fatigue. Learn the facts: 
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Early skin-to-skin contact with premature newborns has shown a lower risk of sepsis and other hospital conditions 
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Thermo Fisher presents the About Sepsis Google+ page to raise sepsis awareness through education and information.
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Thermo Fisher presents the About Sepsis Google+ page to raise sepsis awareness through education and information. This page is beneficial to medical professionals, journalists, health and science writers, and the general public who are interested in learning more about sepsis and the importance of early detection and action to improve patient outcomes