Every office has that one person who is brew-shy and will avoid having to fill up the kettle at all costs! However, these type of people may reconsider after scientists discovered that drinking Earl Grey tea could help to protest against the onset of heart disease.
"Maggot debridement therapy" involves placing disinfected maggots on open wounds. Maggots efficiently eat up all necrotic tissue present, leaving alone live healthy tissue. They also disinfect the wound by killing any harmful bacteria present. Commonly used in the 30s & 40s it began to lose popularity following the advent of penicillin. With the emergence of antibiotic resistant "superbugs" such as MRSA, maggots are once again used, leaving no dead tissue behind.