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Why NHS patients pay for GP letters

Why NHS patients pay for GP letters ...

News - admin - 19 Aug 2013

Writing- for health and happiness?

Can putting your inner-most thoughts online be good for you? ...

News - admin - 01 Sep 2013

Does reality TV help the NHS?

Fly-on-the wall TV programmes may not be showing us the real National Health Service, warns Dr Johnny Marshall, of the NHS Confederation. ...

News - admin - 16 Oct 2013

Did Olympics boost nation's health?

Did Olympics boost nation's health? ...

News - admin - 19 Aug 2013

Letters: UK's crying need for a publicly owned railway

Ian Birrell (Forget the nostalgia. Our trains are better than ever, 16 August) does not seem to travel much by train these days or to be very well informed about who runs them and how well or badly. The support for renationalisation comes not from nostalg ...

News - louisebradley - 22 Aug 2013

Energy policy: how not to win an argument | Editorial

The coalition government can't talk about energy without its audience remembering its record on renewables ...

News - louisebradley - 22 Aug 2013

Personal Health: Tested Recipes for Kitchen Safety

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News - louisebradley - 19 Aug 2013

Doctors Who Profit From Radiation Prescribe It More Often, Study Finds

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News - louisebradley - 19 Aug 2013

Recipes for Health: Tomato Frittata

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News - louisebradley - 19 Aug 2013

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News - louisebradley - 20 Aug 2013

Critical congenital heart disease screening requires simplification

The screening algorithm for critical congenital heart disease in newborns should be simplified, according to recent study findings published in Pediatrics.“The instability of resources critical for the management of [critical congenital heart disease] supp ...

News - louisebradley - 22 Aug 2013

Screening, preventive antibiotics lowered TB, mortality risk in patients with HIV

A community health program that included tuberculosis screening and isoniazid therapy for patients with HIV reduced the incidence of both tuberculosis and death, according to an international research team."Our study results show that routine testing ...

News - louisebradley - 23 Aug 2013

Pediatric-onset IBD increased cancer, not mortality risk

The risk for death was not significantly greater than the general population among patients with pediatric-onset inflammatory bowel disease, but cancer risk was increased threefold in a recent study.Researchers evaluated 698 patients with IBD listed in the ...

News - louisebradley - 22 Aug 2013

Thank you, younger generation – for keeping us oldies in pocket | Peter Kellner

Being soft on older people's benefits remains popular – partly because workers worry their own living standards as pensioners ...

News - louisebradley - 06 Sep 2013

Ethical shopping growing in popularity, survey suggests

A quarter of UK consumers said they would buy Fairtrade products, organic foods and green cleaning products even if it cost them more money British shoppers are three times more likely to choose environmentally friendly products than they were in 2011, de ...

News - louisebradley - 22 Aug 2013

Is the stock market the answer to savers' woes?

Savers at their wits' end over paltry interest rates are being tempted by the stock market in the hope of better returns. But is it worth the risk? Savers are being dealt a series of crushing blows, with banks and building societies taking the axe to ...

News - louisebradley - 22 Aug 2013

Figures show regional cancer divide

The wide variation in the odds of getting and surviving cancer across the UK has been highlighted by a cancer charity. ...

News - admin - 22 Aug 2013

School bullying 'affects adult life'

The impact of bullying in childhood continues into adult life, damaging health and job prospects for victims, suggests research. ...

News - admin - 21 Aug 2013

Immune system boost 'fights cancer'

A way of firing up the body's immune system in order to attack cancer has been discovered by US researchers. ...

News - admin - 21 Aug 2013

Patients of HIV dentist contacted

Two NHS boards contact thousands of patients as a precaution after a dentist is found to have the HIV infection. ...

News - admin - 19 Aug 2013

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