JUSTIN Bieber has added yet another tattoo to his collection. This time the What Do You Mean singer, 25 decided to get his newest addition placed in one of the most painful areas that you can get on the body - his neck. Justin has been going under the ink since he was 16 and now has over 50 permanent markings all over his body - which cover his arms, chest and even one on his face. The star took to Instagram to share his new tattoo - a swallow with the word "Forever" etched underneath. He captioned the snap: "Forever thanks @_dr_woo_." The newest edition to his collection is located on the left hand side of his neck below the music note tattoo behind his ear.MORG-TIFYING Piers slated Kate Garraway's hubby, sniping 'didn't know the bar was that low' 'trying to be me' Caitlyn Jenner fights back tears as she gives emotional speech on IAC Live BlogDOWN UNDER I’m A Celebrity 2019 final LIVE: Jacqueline Jossa crowned Queen of the Jungle Jungle Jac Jacqueline Jossa wins I'm A Celeb … [Read more...] about Justin Bieber shows off new ‘forever’ tattoo on his NECK
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Parents are being told to keep an eye out for Scarlet Fever after the number of cases reported in the first three months of the year hit 15,000, twice as many as last year. In 2017 there were 7,050 cases reported, with 8,360 reported in 2016 and 1,016 in 2011. Earlier this year health experts warned that levels of the disease were higher than they had been since the 1960s. Leeds has seen the most cases in the first three months of this year, with 346, followed by 312 in Liverpool, 295 in Birmingham, 227 in Bradford and 192 in Bromley. The latest Health Protection Report showed 6,225 cases of scarlet fever had been reported since mid-September 2017, compared to 3,764 for the same period last season. There were 719 cases reported for the most recent week (22 to 28 January 2018). The infection is caused by the streptococcus bacteria and mainly affects young children under 10 although it can effect anyone. It tends to cause sore throat and feverish symptoms, followed by a characteristic … [Read more...] about What is Scarlet Fever? How to spot the symptoms as infections reach highest levels in UK since 1960s
SCARLET Fever is a bacterial bug that causes a distinctive red rash and mainly affects children. Health experts have warned parents to learn the signs of the highly contagious illness, following news recently that cases have soared to the highest level since the 1960s. Here's what you need to know... Parents are on high alert as the number of cases has soared across the country. In the week leading up to April 1 there has been 1,624 recorded cases. And over the past three months cases of the disease have skyrocketed, with reports of scarlet fever 2.3 times higher than during the same 13-week period in 2017, 2016 and 2015. Between January and March this year there have been 15,500 cases of scarlet fever recorded in England, double last year’s figure and the highest since 1982, according to Public Health England (PHE).Nick Phin, deputy director of National Infection Service at PHE, said: “While it is not uncommon to see a rise in cases of scarlet fever at this time … [Read more...] about What is scarlet fever and what are the symptoms?
DOCTORS have reported a scarlet fever outbreak after hundreds of children were infected across England and Wales in just one week. The highly-contagious disease, which used to kill thousands back in the 19th century, is now on the rise - particularly among young kids. The infection, named for its shocking red rash, mostly afflicts the young but is not as serious as it once was and can now be treated with antibiotics. More than 480 cases have now been reported across England and Wales, the Mirror reported. The highest number of new cases were in the North West (105), Yorkshire and the Humber (53) and the East Midlands (59). Across the capital, 54 cases of have also been diagnosed, with another 36 in outer London, according to official health statistics.However, it isn't unusual to see a sharp rise in the number of recorded cases at this time of year as the infection is notoriously seasonal, a Public Health England spokesman said. Symptoms of scarlet feverRemember, you can be infectious … [Read more...] about Scarlet fever outbreak hits UK as 480 children infected across England and Wales in 1 week
Parents are on high alert after a suspected outbreak of Scarlet Fever at a primary school . Pupils at Barlow Hall school , in Greater Manchester, could be at risk following reports a pupil has the infectious disease. A letter to parents said: “We have been advised that there have been some cases of Scarlet Fever in the Manchester area and that one of our pupils may have contracted it. “Although the child’s GP is not 100pc certain of the diagnosis, we have taken the decision to advise you this is a possibility so that you can continue to be vigilant as you always are in regards to your child’s health.” Initial symptoms include: A sore throat, headache and a high temperature, 38.3C/101F or above Flushed cheeks and a swollen tongue The characteristic pinkish rash appears a day or two later. It usually occurs on the chest and stomach before spreading to other areas of the body, such as the ears and neck. The rash feels like sandpaper to touch and it … [Read more...] about Scarlet fever outbreak feared as parents warned primary school pupil may have disease