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'Painless' flu vaccine skin patch shows promise - NHS Choices;

'Painless' flu vaccine skin patch shows promise - NHS Choices

NHS Choices'Painless' flu vaccine skin patch shows promiseNHS Choices"A 'painless' sticking plaster flu jab that delivers vaccine into the skin has passed important safety tests in the first trial in people," BBC News reports. Results of a small phase 1 trial were encouraging, with no serious side effects reported. The ...Dissolvable patch offers radical pain-free alternative to flu injection, study findsThe GuardianThis cutting-edge bandage could make flu shots a thing of the pastLos Angeles TimesPainless flu jab patch for people scared of injectionsBBC NewsMirror.co.uk -CNN -Telegraph.co.uk -Forbesall 54 news articles »

Kenya's New HIV Treatment Offers Hope for Patients - Voice of America;

Kenya's New HIV Treatment Offers Hope for Patients - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaKenya's New HIV Treatment Offers Hope for PatientsVoice of AmericaKenya is set to be the first African country to introduce better HIV treatment for people living with the disease that causes AIDS. In partnership with the Kenyan government, UNITAID and the World Health Organization have introduced a generic first ...Africa gets generic version of most effective HIV drugDaily MailKenya becomes first African country to launch generic version of latest HIV drugBelfast TelegraphKenya first in Africa to enroll new generic AIDS drugDeutsche WelleAllAfrica.com -Anadolu Agency -Avert -Washington Postall 16 news articles »

Daily aspirin dose could lower pre-eclampsia risk in pregnant women - The Guardian;

Daily aspirin dose could lower pre-eclampsia risk in pregnant women - The Guardian

The GuardianDaily aspirin dose could lower pre-eclampsia risk in pregnant womenThe GuardianOf the 1,776 women deemed at high risk of pre-eclampsia, half were assigned to a placebo group and half were given a daily dose of 150mg of aspirin for the duration of their pregnancy. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA. Aspirin ...Low-dose aspirin is a life-saver for pregnant women: It reduces the risk of pre-eclampsia by up to 82%Daily MailAspirin dose can 'slash the risk of potentially fatal condition pre-eclampsia'Express.co.ukBedtime aspirin dose 'can slash potentially fatal pre-eclampsia risks'Mirror.co.ukMedical Xpress -HealthDayall 7 news articles »

Charlie Gard's parents 'hope to use donations to set up charity' - BBC News;

Charlie Gard's parents 'hope to use donations to set up charity' - BBC News

BBC NewsCharlie Gard's parents 'hope to use donations to set up charity'BBC NewsThe mother of Charlie Gard has suggested £1.3m donated by the public for her son to undergo experimental therapy will instead go to charity. Judges at the European Court of Human Rights have rejected Charlie's parents' plea to intervene in his case.Donations pour in for Charlie Gard despite court decisionYorkshire PostCharlie Gard doctors say there's "no rush" to turn off tots life support as wellwishers continue to donateMirror.co.ukFundraising continues after Charlie's parents lose legal bid for treatment in USBT.comITV News -Mix 96 -Marilyn Stowe Blog -Newserall 78 news articles »

Thai doctor fights against carcinogenic raw fish dish that killed his parents - The Guardian;

Thai doctor fights against carcinogenic raw fish dish that killed his parents - The Guardian

The GuardianThai doctor fights against carcinogenic raw fish dish that killed his parentsThe GuardianFreshly caught fish in the Thai province of Khon Kaen. Millions of Thais across the rural north-east regularly eat the raw fish dish koi pla. Photograph: Lillian Suwanrumpha/AFP/Getty Images. Thailand ...Deadly diet: Thai doctors battle cancer-causing fish dishCTV NewsThai doctors battle cancer-causing raw fish dish in country's northeastSouth China Morning PostThai Fish Dish Known To Cause Cancer, Find Out What Other Foods You Should Stay Away Frommalaysiandigest.comall 5 news articles »

Scotland to introduce soft opt-out system for organ donation - The Guardian;

Scotland to introduce soft opt-out system for organ donation - The Guardian

The GuardianScotland to introduce soft opt-out system for organ donationThe GuardianAn NHS organ donor card. Wales introduced a presumed consent system for organ donation in 2015. Photograph: BRD Associates. Organ donation. Scotland to introduce soft opt-out system for organ donation. Policy where patients are assumed to have ...Scotland to introduce 'soft' opt-out organ donation systemTelegraph.co.ukOpt-out organ donation system in Scotland plannedBBC NewsOrgan donation 'soft opt-out' system to be introduced in ScotlandHerald ScotlandSTV News -Glasgow Evening Times -Holyrood.com -iNewsall 10 news articles »

BMA to develop GP 'black alert' system for practices facing unsafe workload - GP online;

BMA to develop GP 'black alert' system for practices facing unsafe workload - GP online

GP onlineBMA to develop GP 'black alert' system for practices facing unsafe workloadGP onlineThe BMA will develop a system for GP practices to declare hospital-style 'black alerts' when they reach the limit of their capacity, in a move backed overwhelmingly by doctors leaders on Wednesday. Doctors Net Discuss on Doctors.net.uk. Dr Peter Holden ...GP services on 'brink of collapse', doctors' conference toldBT.comGP practices to be able to declare 'black alerts' following BMA votePulseGP services on 'brink of collapse'Metro Newspaper UKiNews -Daily Star -AOL UK -Daily Mailall 11 news articles »

Help us shape a new era of social care in Wirral - Wirral Globe;

Help us shape a new era of social care in Wirral - Wirral Globe

Wirral GlobeHelp us shape a new era of social care in WirralWirral GlobeI HOPE you've heard about the exciting new era of health and social care in Wirral. A few weeks ago more than 200 Adult Social Care Assessment staff transferred from the council, joining us to become one of the first NHS trusts in England to provide an ...Leaders pile more pressure on May for urgent social care reformPublic Sector ExecutiveCouncils report £366m overspend on adult social care last yearLocalGovSocial services directors warn 'chronic' £842M shortfall will hit elderly and disabledCare AppointmentsCareinfo.org -The Guardian -BBC News -The MJ (subscription)all 11 news articles »

Middle-aged office workers 'sit down more' than OAPs - NHS Choices;

Middle-aged office workers 'sit down more' than OAPs - NHS Choices

NHS ChoicesMiddle-aged office workers 'sit down more' than OAPsNHS Choices"Middle-aged male office workers 'more sedentary than over-75-year-olds'," The Daily Telegraph reports. A survey in Scotland suggests previous studies may have underestimated sedentary behaviour in middle-age by not asking about time at work, which for ...Middle-aged male office workers 'more sedentary than over-75-year-olds'Telegraph.co.ukDanger: men warned that sitting down can kill themIndependent.ieCan sunlight benefit eczema?World First Travel InsuranceMedical Xpress -9Honey -The Sun -The Times (subscription)all 9 news articles »

Sandwich fillers from Sainsbury's recalled due to Listeria bug - including Burton store - Burton Mail;

Sandwich fillers from Sainsbury's recalled due to Listeria bug - including Burton store - Burton Mail

Burton MailSandwich fillers from Sainsbury's recalled due to Listeria bug - including Burton storeBurton MailSandwich fillers have been pulled off the shelves at Sainsbury's after food bug Listeria monocytogenes was found in 13 of the own brand products. The products in question are Sainsbury's Deli Fillers, costing £1.40 for 220g or £2.10 for 385g. Both ...Sainsbury's urgently recalls 13 sandwich fillers amid Listeria fearsChesterChronicle.co.ukSainsbury's recalls sandwich fillers over fears they could contain ListeriaThe IndependentLunchtime panic as Sainsbury's recall 'deadly' sandwich products after food bug detectedScottish Daily RecordHinckley Times -Daily Post North Wales -Derry Now -Nottingham Postall 17 news articles »

Jeremy Hunt accused of 'sleeping at the wheel' during NHS data loss scandal - The Guardian;

Jeremy Hunt accused of 'sleeping at the wheel' during NHS data loss scandal - The Guardian

The GuardianJeremy Hunt accused of 'sleeping at the wheel' during NHS data loss scandalThe GuardianJeremy Hunt, the health secretary admitted that his department's oversight of NHS Shared Business Services was not good enough. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters. NHS. Jeremy Hunt accused of 'sleeping at the wheel' during NHS data loss scandal.As Northern Ireland is handed £1bn by Theresa May, Jeremy Hunt is sneaking in a fresh round of brutal NHS cutsThe IndependentMislaying of 700000 medical letters 'totally unacceptable' says Jeremy HuntBelfast TelegraphThousands of medical letters undelivered across East MidlandsNottingham PostPulse -Derbyshire Times -BBC News -Mirror.co.ukall 26 news articles »

Mental health trust in top five for sending patients out of area for treatment - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press;

Mental health trust in top five for sending patients out of area for treatment - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Norfolk Eastern Daily PressMental health trust in top five for sending patients out of area for treatmentNorfolk Eastern Daily PressThe region's mental health trust has been listed in the top five in the country for sending patients out of the area for their care. Share article from on facebook · Tweet article from · Share article from on Google Plus · post article from on reddit ...Almost 6000 mental health patients sent out of area for care last yearThe GuardianRise in mental health patients sent miles awayYorkshire PostShock Report Shows UK Mental Health Services 'At Breaking Point'HuffPost UKBath Chronicle -GP online -PharmaTimes -Devon Liveall 67 news articles »

Barbecue on 200-year-old tombstone 'disgraceful', vicar says - BBC News;

Barbecue on 200-year-old tombstone 'disgraceful', vicar says - BBC News

BBC NewsBarbecue on 200-year-old tombstone 'disgraceful', vicar saysBBC NewsThe vicar of a church where a 200-year-old tombstone was used for a barbecue has called it "disgraceful". Up to 14 people, many of whom are homeless, were seen barbecuing in St John's in Devizes at the weekend. They claim they had permission from the ...and more »

Superdrug Offers Morning After Pill At Half The Current Price In 'Trailblazing' Move - HuffPost UK;

Superdrug Offers Morning After Pill At Half The Current Price In 'Trailblazing' Move - HuffPost UK

HuffPost UKSuperdrug Offers Morning After Pill At Half The Current Price In 'Trailblazing' MoveHuffPost UKSuperdrug has announced a scheme to sell the morning after pill at £13.49, half the price of current branded emergency hormonal contraception (EHC). While the morning after pill is free from GPs and most GUM clinics, if you need to access it at the ...Morning after pill - high street store now offers contraception for 'HALF' the priceExpress.co.ukSuperdrug launches cut-price 'morning after pill' for HALF the price usually paidMirror.co.ukYou Can Now Get The Morning-After Pill Half-Price At This High Street ShopRefinery29The Times (subscription)all 6 news articles »

Toxic giant hogweed is spreading thanks to hot weather - here's what you need to know - ChronicleLive;

Toxic giant hogweed is spreading thanks to hot weather - here's what you need to know - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLiveToxic giant hogweed is spreading thanks to hot weather - here's what you need to knowChronicleLiveEnter your postcode to see news and information near you Community updates, Crime Statistics, Local News & Events and much more... Video Loading. Video Unavailable. Click to playTap to play. The video will start in 8Cancel. Play now. Watch NextHarry ...What is giant hogweed and what should I look out for?Derby TelegraphWhat is Giant Hogweed? Garden owners warned over UK's 'most dangerous plant'Coventry TelegraphGiant hogweed warning as toxic plant spreads following heatwaveGrimsby TelegraphSomerset Live -LBC -InTallaght (blog) -Evening Standardall 11 news articles »

Father takes critically ill daughter to grave everyday so she gets used to it when the time comes - Metro;

Father takes critically ill daughter to grave everyday so she gets used to it when the time comes - Metro

MetroFather takes critically ill daughter to grave everyday so she gets used to it when the time comesMetroZhang Liyong, a farmer from the Sichuan province in China, takes his critically ill daughter to her future grave everyday so she can get used to it. (Picture: Asia Wire). A desperate father has dug a grave for his critically ill daughter and takes her ...Heart wrenching: Father takes two-year-old daughter to future grave to 'prepare her for death'India TVDevastated dad takes his critically ill daughter, 2, to lie in the GRAVE he dug for her so she doesn't fear death ...The SunHeartbroken father prepares his critically ill daughter for her death by taking her to play in her future grave ...Daily Mailall 4 news articles »

Woman issues warning after having four-inch sex toy surgically removed from her bottom - Scottish Daily Record;

Woman issues warning after having four-inch sex toy surgically removed from her bottom - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordWoman issues warning after having four-inch sex toy surgically removed from her bottomScottish Daily RecordAn x-ray shows just how dangerously high the sex toy had travelled and it almost punctured Emily Georgia's bowel. Share. ByHelen Le Caplain. 12:42, 27 JUN 2017; Updated 13:22, 27 JUN 2017. News. (Photo: Mercury Press and Media Ltd). Share. Get daily ...Lady issues warning to others after removing a 4-inch s*x toy stuck in her anus through surgeryInformation Nigeria'He said it'd come out "naturally" and then left': Woman who needed surgery to remove a four-inch sex toy from her ...Daily Mailall 3 news articles »

Parents mistakenly think sun tan 'glow' is sign of good health, poll finds - Belfast Telegraph;

Parents mistakenly think sun tan 'glow' is sign of good health, poll finds - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphParents mistakenly think sun tan 'glow' is sign of good health, poll findsBelfast TelegraphAlmost four out of 10 parents mistakenly believe that a sun tan is a sign of good health, research suggests. A new poll for the Met Office and the NHS England #CoverUpMate skin cancer campaign found evidence of apparently relaxed attitudes to children ...Met Office research finds parents encourage their children to tan with 7% never applying sun creamChronicleLiveSurvey reveals some parents let children use SUNBEDS to give them a 'healthy glow'Manchester Evening NewsA third of parents think kids' suntans are healthyWebMD.Boots.comThe Sun -Met Office (press release) -Telegraph.co.uk -The Times (subscription)all 10 news articles »

Woman paralysed after orgasm during sex caused brain haemorrhage - Metro;

Woman paralysed after orgasm during sex caused brain haemorrhage - Metro

MetroWoman paralysed after orgasm during sex caused brain haemorrhageMetroA woman who was left permanently paralysed after an orgasm caused a brain haemorrhage has warned others of the potential dangers of headaches during sex. Lucinda Allen, from Stourbridge, is now confined to a wheelchair after becoming paralysed ...Mum's excruciating headache after sex led to a STROKE that left her wheelchair-boundThe Sunall 2 news articles »