Random Fashion Questions: Facemask Styling


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swede
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9064 posts since 21/3/09

14 Mar 2020 19:01
good job I work in pharma then isn’t it. you fucking banter boy div
RickRude
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3578 posts since 13/1/12

14 Mar 2020 19:11
I work in pharma too Swede - can we be mates now we have something in common
swede
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9064 posts since 21/3/09

14 Mar 2020 19:17
Holland and Barrett ≠ pharma
Judgemelt
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26 posts since 27/9/19

posted 14 Mar 2020 19:30, edited 14 Mar 2020 19:30
Dee wrote:
Judgemelt wrote:
Dee wrote: Was reading that this thing is high risk for anyone on meds for hypertension, so that's circa 30% of male pop (?) and quite a sizeable % for females in the UK.

No. We're talking about quite severe or uncontrolled cardiovascular (CHD, anticoagulant therapy etc) or respiratory disease amongst the other high risk groups (cancer, immunosuppressive etc), not an otherwise healthy under 60-70 year old on a couple of antihypertensives.

erm - https://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lanres/PIIS2213-2600(20)30116-8.pdf
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Fatties too, Dee
rural
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17722 posts since 26/9/06

14 Mar 2020 19:42
Spicy thread
Dee
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11767 posts since 22/11/07

14 Mar 2020 19:58
Judgemelt wrote:
Dee wrote:
Judgemelt wrote:
Dee wrote: Was reading that this thing is high risk for anyone on meds for hypertension, so that's circa 30% of male pop (?) and quite a sizeable % for females in the UK.

No. We're talking about quite severe or uncontrolled cardiovascular (CHD, anticoagulant therapy etc) or respiratory disease amongst the other high risk groups (cancer, immunosuppressive etc), not an otherwise healthy under 60-70 year old on a couple of antihypertensives.

erm - https://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lanres/PIIS2213-2600(20)30116-8.pdf
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Fatties too, Dee

That's your mum done for then Sticking out tongue
Judgemelt
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26 posts since 27/9/19

14 Mar 2020 20:46
Dee wrote:
Judgemelt wrote:
Dee wrote:
Judgemelt wrote:
Dee wrote: Was reading that this thing is high risk for anyone on meds for hypertension, so that's circa 30% of male pop (?) and quite a sizeable % for females in the UK.

No. We're talking about quite severe or uncontrolled cardiovascular (CHD, anticoagulant therapy etc) or respiratory disease amongst the other high risk groups (cancer, immunosuppressive etc), not an otherwise healthy under 60-70 year old on a couple of antihypertensives.

erm - https://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lanres/PIIS2213-2600(20)30116-8.pdf
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Fatties too, Dee

That's your mum done for then Sticking out tongue

Come on fatty, mum jokes? Really? Here? You're better than that, fatty.
mtthrvy2
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1908 posts since 8/11/10

14 Mar 2020 21:11
swede wrote: Holland and Barrett ≠ pharma

Laughing out loud
swiftus
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1235 posts since 1/7/09

14 Mar 2020 21:41
It never ceases to amaze me how people can speak so confidently and with such certainty about topics which are incredibly complex and inherently unpredictable.
exactlythat
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2344 posts since 27/10/07

posted 14 Mar 2020 21:49, edited 14 Mar 2020 21:49
Both samples are small and likely underpowered. The mortality study with 52 patients didn’t show increased association hypertension - it’s not even mentioned. If people are worried that hypertension is associated with mortality then this paper doesn’t show it.

It shows that there’s a 23% odd proportion of people contracting this strain of covid in the other sample. This is at a prevalence of hypertension that’s plausible for baseline for a general population level at that age strata.

It’s a cross-section that doesn’t reveal anything about causality and the hypothesis about angiotensin receptors is speculative. I wouldn’t worry about mild hypertension x covid. What’s more likely is very severe cardiovascular disease heralding poor physiological reserve to survive. Agree with judgemelt.


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Dee wrote:
Judgemelt wrote:
Dee wrote: Was reading that this thing is high risk for anyone on meds for hypertension, so that's circa 30% of male pop (?) and quite a sizeable % for females in the UK.

No. We're talking about quite severe or uncontrolled cardiovascular (CHD, anticoagulant therapy etc) or respiratory disease amongst the other high risk groups (cancer, immunosuppressive etc), not an otherwise healthy under 60-70 year old on a couple of antihypertensives.

erm - https://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lanres/PIIS2213-2600(20)30116-8.pdf
Dee
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11767 posts since 22/11/07

14 Mar 2020 22:04
Judgemelt wrote:
Dee wrote:
Judgemelt wrote:
Dee wrote:
Judgemelt wrote:
Dee wrote: Was reading that this thing is high risk for anyone on meds for hypertension, so that's circa 30% of male pop (?) and quite a sizeable % for females in the UK.

No. We're talking about quite severe or uncontrolled cardiovascular (CHD, anticoagulant therapy etc) or respiratory disease amongst the other high risk groups (cancer, immunosuppressive etc), not an otherwise healthy under 60-70 year old on a couple of antihypertensives.

erm - https://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lanres/PIIS2213-2600(20)30116-8.pdf
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Fatties too, Dee

That's your mum done for then Sticking out tongue

Come on fatty, mum jokes? Really? Here? You're better than that, fatty.

Such a touchy little fucker. Laughing out loud
nothingelseworked
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14 Mar 2020 22:05
pentonville
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843 posts since 12/3/12

14 Mar 2020 22:11
Judgemelt wrote: From Nigel benn:

'Key board warrior
I’ll punch you head in son. I’m back in the Uk next month if you want a good old dust up'

Laughing out loud
pentonville
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843 posts since 12/3/12

14 Mar 2020 22:11
Sounds out of character for the dark destroyer.. is that really you Nigel or is this more of a Tommy Robinson situation ?
pentonville
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posted 14 Mar 2020 22:13, edited 14 Mar 2020 22:13
Dee wrote: That's your mum done for then Sticking out tongue

Laughing out loud got him
pentonville
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posted 14 Mar 2020 22:18, edited 14 Mar 2020 22:18
MLI wrote: Hopefully this thing will reset a lot of b******t in the world. Destroy the economies.

Or it could take out small distributors/suppliers/retailers and just leave us with big chain stores and this becomes a reality Tesco invades Denmark
MLI
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5173 posts since 6/10/09

posted 14 Mar 2020 23:40, edited 14 Mar 2020 23:40
^ Sad

EssexBoyII wrote: Will be so funny if Milspex’s parents have left their money to a charity or something Sticking out tongue

Yep, then it will be even funnier when my probate lawyer gets their will overturned. All wills are easily contestable in Australia and living children always get theirs Cool

SUck shit mum and dad!
MLI
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5173 posts since 6/10/09

14 Mar 2020 23:47
exactlythat wrote:

Hey man, I remember you. You had some steez
exactlythat
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2344 posts since 27/10/07

14 Mar 2020 23:59
Ubercool still about, in the rabbit hole beyond return but I had move on from fashion UK forum
Fläsket
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3793 posts since 14/8/04

15 Mar 2020 01:17
our kid that walks through rain, exactly that Cool