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Sandwiches and salads off the menu as NHS battles cash crisis - Telegraph.co.uk;

Sandwiches and salads off the menu as NHS battles cash crisis - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukSandwiches and salads off the menu as NHS battles cash crisisTelegraph.co.ukSandwiches and salads are off the menu at cash-strapped NHS hospitals as trusts attempt to put off paying bills until the new financial year. Suppliers to hospitals have abandoned contracts after senior managers failed to persuade them to wait months ...Exclusive: Staff defend Worcester's failing A&E departmentITV NewsHospitals in crisis 'run on good will'Rochdale OnlineCrisis-hit hospital trust 'likely to remain in special measures'Kidderminster ShuttleNorthumberland Gazette -Pontefract and Castleford Express -Wirral Globe -Digital Healthall 11 news articles »

Horizon provides a delicious look at the dirty world of clean eating: review - Telegraph.co.uk;

Horizon provides a delicious look at the dirty world of clean eating: review - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukHorizon provides a delicious look at the dirty world of clean eating: reviewTelegraph.co.ukOne per cent of the world's population has an intolerance of gluten. But far more than one per cent avoids it. Gluten-free has become an on-trend dietary placebo and part of the #clean movement on social media. As such, it got caught in the crosshairs ...Health expert Dr Giles Yeo travels the globe to uncover the truth behind the diet trend in new BBC documentaryThe SunHow Clean-Eating Became A Dirty WordHuffington Post UKWhy I refuse to swallow the "clean eating" crazeNew StatesmanSpectator.co.uk (blog)all 5 news articles »

Nurse shifts left unfilled at nearly every hospital in England, figures show - The Guardian;

Nurse shifts left unfilled at nearly every hospital in England, figures show - The Guardian

The GuardianNurse shifts left unfilled at nearly every hospital in England, figures showThe GuardianAlmost every hospital in England has fewer nurses on duty than each believes are needed to guarantee safe patient care, research shows. Analysis of official data by the Health Service Journal (HSJ) found that 96% of NHS hospital trusts in England had ...NHS Hospital wards left with 'dangerously low levels of nurses'The IndependentNHS wards 'desperately unsafe' with almost every hospital now missing staffing targetsThe SunOver 10000 NHS patients now have personal health budgetsPulsePublicTechnology.netall 7 news articles »

UK supermarket introduces 'relaxed' lane with brilliant reason behind the idea - Mirror.co.uk;

UK supermarket introduces 'relaxed' lane with brilliant reason behind the idea - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukUK supermarket introduces 'relaxed' lane with brilliant reason behind the ideaMirror.co.ukAs anyone who has spent a Saturday morning doing their weekly shop will know, supermarkets can feel like hectic places. That's why a UK branch of Tesco has introduced a new 'relaxed' checkout lane to make shopping less stressful for vulnerable ...“Relaxed checkout” introduced at Moray supermarket to help customers with Alzheimer'sPress and JournalTesco launches Scotland's first relaxed checkout schemeHerald ScotlandHighlands Tesco introduces 'relaxed checkout' for shoppers with mental health needsScottish Daily RecordMetro -Yahoo Finance UK -The Sunday Postall 6 news articles »

This may be the most promising herpes vaccine ever - Popular Science;

This may be the most promising herpes vaccine ever - Popular Science

Popular ScienceThis may be the most promising herpes vaccine everPopular ScienceNewsflash: You probably have herpes. This is actually okay. According to the World Health Organization, over two thirds of the global population have HSV-1 (commonly known as oral herpes or cold sores) and more than 10 percent have HSV-2, or genital ...First genital herpes vaccine 'offers powerful protection against the STI' - and could stop it spreadingThe SunGenital Herpes Vaccine Shows Promise in Animal TrialsU.S. News & World ReportNew genital herpes vaccine candidate provides powerful protection in preclinical testsEurekAlert (press release)International Business Times UKall 5 news articles »

DEMENTIA NEWS: Leisure activities in middle age 'can help stave off disease in later life' - Express.co.uk;

DEMENTIA NEWS: Leisure activities in middle age 'can help stave off disease in later life' - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukDEMENTIA NEWS: Leisure activities in middle age 'can help stave off disease in later life'Express.co.ukA TRIP to the theatre or a gallery in middle age can help stave off dementia later in life, according to new research. By Mark Reynolds. PUBLISHED: 18:53, Thu, Jan 19, 2017 | UPDATED: 19:17, Thu, Jan 19, 2017. A man in a portrait gallery GETTY. Taking ...Hobbies in middle age linked to keeping brain sharp in later lifeBT.comHow a trip to the theatre or a gallery could help prevent dementiaEssentialRetailerall 3 news articles »

This GIF shows what a baby can see every month for the first year of its life - Business Insider;

This GIF shows what a baby can see every month for the first year of its life - Business Insider

Business InsiderThis GIF shows what a baby can see every month for the first year of its lifeBusiness InsiderMr Romesh Angunawela — a consultant eye surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London — has worked with eye clinic Clinic Compare to develop a GIF that shows how babies learn to see the world around them every month for their first year on earth.This GIF Shows Exactly What Babies See During Their First Year of LifeGoodHousekeeping.comFrom black-and-white fuzzy vision at birth to full colour focus by 12 months, incredible gif reveals first year of sightThe Sunall 3 news articles »

Sitting down all day 'may accelerate DNA ageing' - NHS Choices;

Sitting down all day 'may accelerate DNA ageing' - NHS Choices

Daily MailSitting down all day 'may accelerate DNA ageing'NHS Choices"Women who lead a sedentary lifestyle have faster-ageing cells than those who exercise every day," BBC News reports. This research looked at telomeres – often likened to the caps at the end of shoelaces, they are made up of molecules that protect ...Sitting down makes you age by 8 YEARSDaily MailSitting down too much can age women by 8 yearsBelfast NewsletterSitting Too Much Ages You By 8 YearsTIMEExpress.co.uk -BBC News -Medical News Today -Mirror.co.ukall 34 news articles »

Fifth of new medicines to be rationed - The Times (subscription);

Fifth of new medicines to be rationed - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Fifth of new medicines to be rationedThe Times (subscription)A fifth of new drugs will be rationed under tighter NHS cost-cutting plans, meaning that patients will suffer longer delays for medication. Sufferers of cancer, diabetes and asthma could have to queue for treatment as health chiefs are handed powers to ...and more »

A third of adults treated for asthma 'may not have the disease' - NHS Choices;

A third of adults treated for asthma 'may not have the disease' - NHS Choices

NHS ChoicesA third of adults treated for asthma 'may not have the disease'NHS Choices"The great asthma myth: A third of those diagnosed don't have the condition," reports the Mail Online. A study in Canada found about one-third of adults diagnosed with asthma in the past five years showed no signs of the condition on retesting. Asthma ...1 in 3 adults diagnosed with asthma may not have it, study suggestsChicago TribuneMany patients diagnosed with asthma don't have the conditionOnMedicaOne-third diagnosed with asthma do not have condition, study showsIrish TimesMedical News Today -Pulse (blog) -TV3.ie -Daily Mailall 41 news articles »

'Delirium' caused by busy hospitals can trigger dementia in older patients - Telegraph.co.uk;

'Delirium' caused by busy hospitals can trigger dementia in older patients - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Delirium' caused by busy hospitals can trigger dementia in older patientsTelegraph.co.ukNoisy and chaotic hospitals are triggering and accelerating dementia in elderly patients, new research reveals. Multiple transfers from ward to ward, staff coming on and off shift and confusing signage contribute to a state of “delirium” which renders ...Shifting dementia patients between hospital wards 'can speed up their decline'Mirror.co.ukHospital-Related Delirium May Help Worsen DementiaU.S. News & World ReportDelirium could accelerate dementia-related mental declineEurekAlert (press release)all 4 news articles »

Could Restricting Calorie Intake Help You Live Longer? Scientists Seem To Think So - Huffington Post UK;

Could Restricting Calorie Intake Help You Live Longer? Scientists Seem To Think So - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKCould Restricting Calorie Intake Help You Live Longer? Scientists Seem To Think SoHuffington Post UKA study found that reducing calorie consumption was beneficial in older adults, but not in the young. Calories are a measure for the amount of energy in food or drink. When people eat too many, the body stores the excess as body fat which can lead to ...Is this really the final word on whether calorie-restricted diets make you live longer?The Conversation UKCut calories by a fifth to reduce your chance of cancerDaily MailScientific Controversy Settled: Low-calorie Diet Enhances Monkeys' Survival and HealthBioscience TechnologyThe Verge -New Scientist -Hindustan Times -Express.co.ukall 23 news articles »

Acupuncture may alleviate colic in infants, study suggests - Nursing Times;

Acupuncture may alleviate colic in infants, study suggests - Nursing Times

Nursing TimesAcupuncture may alleviate colic in infants, study suggestsNursing TimesAcupuncture given by nurses may be an effective treatment option for babies with infantile colic – defined as those who cry for more than three hours a day on three or more days of the week – a Swedish study has suggested. The researchers, whose ...Can colic really be cured by acupuncture?NHS ChoicesColic study stirs prickly debate on acupunctureChannel3000.com - WISC-TV3Acupuncture may cure baby colic, says criticized studyShanghai Daily (subscription)BBC News -Counsel & Heal -Hindustan Times -Helena Independent Recordall 42 news articles »

'Merry Christmas, I love you': Teen wakes from coma on Christmas Day to say final goodbye - ITV News;

'Merry Christmas, I love you': Teen wakes from coma on Christmas Day to say final goodbye - ITV News

ITV News'Merry Christmas, I love you': Teen wakes from coma on Christmas Day to say final goodbyeITV NewsA teen suffering from cancer woke from a coma to tell his family "I love you" on Christmas Day, just days before he died. Jay Oxley, 17, found a lump in his neck on December 25, 2015, and was told that he had a lymphoblastic lymphoma one month later.Teen woke from coma on Christmas before dying a week laterDaily MailTeen cancer victim woke from coma on Christmas Day to tell family he loved them before he diedMirror.co.ukTeen Cancer Victim Woke From Coma To Tell His Parents 'I Love You' before He Died Days LaterSWNSall 5 news articles »

Three-parent baby born to infertile couple in world first - Telegraph.co.uk;

Three-parent baby born to infertile couple in world first - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThree-parent baby born to infertile couple in world firstTelegraph.co.ukA “three-parent” IVF technique has been used for the first time to allow an infertile couple to have a baby. The successful birth, announced this week by doctors in Ukraine, potentially offers hope for thousands of British couples who are struggling to ...IVF: First three-parent baby born to infertile coupleBBC NewsInfertile woman gives birth after 'three-parent baby' IVFDaily MailThe world's second three-parent baby has been conceived using a controversial techniqueQuartzMic -Mirror.co.uk -The Independent (registration) -The Straits Timesall 21 news articles »

Dee Hicks learns mouldy breast implants behind poor health - Daily Mail;

Dee Hicks learns mouldy breast implants behind poor health - Daily Mail

Daily MailDee Hicks learns mouldy breast implants behind poor healthDaily MailA mother-of-five left suicidal after suffering unexplained hair loss, chest pains and rashes discovered her crippling health problems were down to mouldy breast implants. Dee Hicks, 45, from Satellite Beach in Florida, was bed-ridden for six months as ...Woman almost died after her breast implants became mouldyMetroall 3 news articles »

ICL find builders are at highest risk to skin cancer - Daily Mail;

ICL find builders are at highest risk to skin cancer - Daily Mail

Daily MailICL find builders are at highest risk to skin cancerDaily MailThey calculate that there are five new cases and one death each week directly caused by working in the sun. Although this is a small proportion of the total number which occur each year, researchers are concerned that many adults are unaware of the ...Builders 'most at risk of melanoma' contracted during exposure at workBT.comSun exposure at work could lead to one skin cancer death a weekImperial College LondonStudy reveals the riskiest jobs for skin cancerSpectator.co.ukMedical Xpress -West - Welfare Society Territoryall 7 news articles »

Midwife shortage making women in labour feel like 'cattle', report warns - shropshirestar.com;

Midwife shortage making women in labour feel like 'cattle', report warns - shropshirestar.com

shropshirestar.comMidwife shortage making women in labour feel like 'cattle', report warnsshropshirestar.comWomen in labour are being made to feel like cattle or like they are on a conveyor belt due to midwife shortages, a new report warns. A survey found most women saw between one and four midwives during their pregnancy. A lack of staffing leaves some ...Half of women in labour experience 'red flag' maternity risks, report findsTelegraph.co.ukRCM: 'More midwives needed to ensure Welsh maternity services are future proofed'ITV NewsMaternity care findings 'serious cause for concern'OnMedicaExpress.co.uk -Daily Mail -The Guardian -Sky Newsall 15 news articles »

Bird flu found in 6000 turkey flock at East Lindsey farm close to first outbreak - BBC News;

Bird flu found in 6000 turkey flock at East Lindsey farm close to first outbreak - BBC News

BBC NewsBird flu found in 6000 turkey flock at East Lindsey farm close to first outbreakBBC NewsBird flu has been confirmed at a farm in Lincolnshire four weeks after it was found at a nearby unit. A flock of 6,000 turkeys has been diagnosed with the H5N8 strain of avian flu, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) said ...Avian flu outbreak: advice for climbers & walkersBritish Mountaineering CouncilKenyan Public Cautioned As Bird Flu Reported in UgandaAllAfrica.comAvian influenza strikes a second commercial turkey farmFarmersWeeklyYorkshire Post -Lincolnshire Echo -The New Times -Irish Farmers Journalall 63 news articles »