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Wednesday 21st February 2018

NHS England has one in 11 posts unfilled – The Guardian

The GuardianNHS England has one in 11 posts unfilledThe GuardianThe vacancy rate is even worse for nursing, with more than 35,000 unfilled full-time equivalent posts. Photograph: Alicia Canter for the Guardian. One in 11 posts in NHS England are currently unfilled, equivalent to almost 100,000 vacancies, official ...£1.2 billion deficit and high vacancy rates in the NHS revealedBT.comNHS 'dan...

Asthma inhalers recalled in device alert – BBC News

BBC NewsAsthma inhalers recalled in device alertBBC NewsThree batches of Ventolin Accuhaler and Seretide Accuhaler asthma inhalers have been recalled because they do not deliver the full number of doses. The MHRA - the body that regulates the devices - warned that patients may find their symptoms are not ...Batches of Ventolin Accuhaler and Seretide Accuhaler asthma inhalers recalledDeeside.comall...

Drinking wine ‘could protect your TEETH and fight off cavities and gum disease’ – Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukDrinking wine 'could protect your TEETH and fight off cavities and gum disease'Express.co.ukDRINKING wine may protect our teeth by fending off bacteria that cause cavities and gum disease, suggests new research. PUBLISHED: 16:05, Wed, Feb 21, 2018 | UPDATED: 16:28, Wed, Feb 21, 2018. 0. Wine GETTY. Chemicals in wine have been found to combat ...Chemicals in red wine could help pr...

We’ve long blamed carbs for making us fat. What if that’s wrong? – Vox

VoxWe've long blamed carbs for making us fat. What if that's wrong?VoxThe best test of the low-carb diet found it doesn't work that well. The Washington Post/Getty. It's one of the most hotly contested areas of dieting: How much do carbohydrates matter when it comes to weight loss? If you ask a number of celebrities and ...Matching DNA to a Diet Does Not WorkScientific AmericanWant to lose weight?...

Matching DNA to a Diet Does Not Work – Scientific American

Scientific AmericanMatching DNA to a Diet Does Not WorkScientific AmericanDNA testing won't guide dieters to the weight-loss regimen most likely to work for them, scientists reported on Tuesday. Despite some earlier studies claiming that genetic variants predict whether someone has a better chance of shedding pounds on a low ...The keto diet, explainedVoxWant to lose weight? New study says reducin...

£1.2 billion deficit and high vacancy rates in the NHS revealed – BT.com

BT.com£1.2 billion deficit and high vacancy rates in the NHS revealedBT.comAt the end of December, NHS providers in England reported a year-to-date deficit of £1,281 million. Press Association. Last updated:21 February 2018 - 03.30pm. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to WhatsApp Share to Email ...NHS 'dangerously' short of 100000 staffBBC NewsNHS could sa...

Jeremy Wright MP urging Home Office to change mind on cannabis treatment for Kenilworth boy – Leamington Courier

Leamington CourierJeremy Wright MP urging Home Office to change mind on cannabis treatment for Kenilworth boyLeamington CourierJeremy Wright MP has said he will try and change the Home Office's mind after it refused to grant a licence for a Kenilworth boy to receive cannabis treatment for his severe epilepsy. Alfie Dingley, 6, suffers from a rare from of the condition called ...and more

Quarter of mums made ‘uncomfortable’ breastfeeding in public – BBC News

BBC NewsQuarter of mums made 'uncomfortable' breastfeeding in publicBBC NewsMore than a quarter of new mums surveyed say they've been made to feel uncomfortable when breastfeeding in public. Its been illegal in Scotland for over a decade to prevent children under two being breastfed in a public place. But the Scottish Maternal ...Survey shows 'more work to do' on maternal and infant nutrition in S...

Jeremy Hunt launches review into handling of surgical mesh scandal – The Guardian

The GuardianJeremy Hunt launches review into handling of surgical mesh scandalThe GuardianJeremy Hunt, the health and social care secretary, has launched a nine-month review into how the NHS addresses concerns about medical treatments, including vaginal mesh devices. Speaking in the Commons, he admitted the government had failed to respond ...PM orders review into pregnancy test drug Primodos, vag...

Chemicals in red wine could help prevent tooth decay, research finds – Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphChemicals in red wine could help prevent tooth decay, research findsBelfast TelegraphBut it is no good using it as a mouth wash, as the vital compounds need to be of a much higher concentration than in a regular glass of red. Red wine contains chemicals that may protect teeth and gums, a study has shown. 1 1 Red wine contains chemicals ...A glass a day keeps the dentist away! Drin...

Tuesday 20th February 2018

Low-carb diets ‘no better’ than traditional focus on fat – Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukLow-carb diets 'no better' than traditional focus on fatTelegraph.co.ukIncreasingly trendy low-carbohydrate diets are no more effective than traditional low-fat diets, scientists have said. A new study involving more than 600 overweight adults found both worked similarly well if adhered to strictly for a year. Dieting ...Counting Calories Is Not the Key to Weight Loss, New Study Fin...

Parents lose legal fight to keep Liverpool toddler on life support – The Guardian

The GuardianParents lose legal fight to keep Liverpool toddler on life supportThe GuardianKate James and Tom Evans, the parents 21-month-old Alfie, arrive at the high court hearing in Liverpool. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA. The parents of a seriously ill toddler have lost a legal fight with doctors about whether to keep the boy on life ...Judge rules life support for toddler can be withdrawnSTV ...

Warning over measles outbreak in Europe with 400% rise in cases – Sky News

Sky NewsWarning over measles outbreak in Europe with 400% rise in casesSky NewsWHO says a decline in immunisations, interruptions in vaccine supply and poor monitoring has contributed to the crisis. 16:27, UK, Tuesday 20 February 2018. A child waits for a vaccination at a clinic in Kyiv, Ukraine. Image: A child waits for a ...Measles epidemic warning: Cases of the deadly infection rose by 400% in ...

Exploring the link between eating disorders and the menstrual cycle – Netdoctor

NetdoctorExploring the link between eating disorders and the menstrual cycleNetdoctorThe menstrual cycle is intrinsically linked to our overall health, and can be a good indicator of whether your body is functioning to the best of its ability or not. It's no wonder, then, that eating disorders – including anorexia nervosa, bulimia and ...Live Webchats for Eating Disorder Awareness WeekCumbria Cr...

Counting Calories Is Not the Key to Weight Loss, New Study Finds – New York Times

New York TimesCounting Calories Is Not the Key to Weight Loss, New Study FindsNew York TimesAnyone who has ever been on a diet knows that the standard prescription for weight loss is to reduce the amount of calories you consume. But a new study, published Tuesday in JAMA, may turn that advice on its head. It found that people who cut back on ...Low-fat vs. low-carb: Which diet is best for weight l...

Google builds AI that can predict heart disease – The Week UK

The Week UKGoogle builds AI that can predict heart diseaseThe Week UKMedical professionals may soon be able to predict heart disease through a non-invasive eye test, thanks to a new artificial intelligence (AI) programme developed by Google and its subsidiary Verily. See related. AI can detect Alzheimer's a decade ...Google AI can predict your heart disease risk from eye scansZDNetGoogle uses AI, ...

Drinking alcohol more important than exercise for living past 90, study says – Chicago Tribune

Chicago TribuneDrinking alcohol more important than exercise for living past 90, study saysChicago TribuneWhen it comes to making it into your 90s, booze actually beats exercise, according to a long-term study. The research, led by University of California neurologist Claudia Kawas, tracked 1,700 nonagenarians enrolled in the 90+ Study that began in 2003 ...Drinking alcohol key to living past 90, ...

Live Webchats for Eating Disorder Awareness Week – Cumbria Crack

Cumbria CrackLive Webchats for Eating Disorder Awareness WeekCumbria CrackCumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) specialist staff will be holding Live Web chats for both adults and young people during Eating disorder awareness week 26th February – 4th March. It is estimated that 1.25 million people in the UK suffer ...Live NHS web chats hope to tackle rising number of eating disordersNW...

Drinking alcohol key to living past 90, says study – The Week UK

The Week UKDrinking alcohol key to living past 90, says studyThe Week UKDrinking a small amount of alcohol every day could be the key to reaching the age of 90, according to a new medical study. See related. Scientists reverse ageing process in mice. The research, led by University of California neurologist Claudia Kawas ...Health Highlights: Feb. 20, 2018HealthDayDrinking Alcohol Helps Better Tha...

Mum’s chilling family selfie – taken just 10 minutes before a stroke left her fighting for her life – Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukMum's chilling family selfie - taken just 10 minutes before a stroke left her fighting for her lifeMirror.co.ukWhen mum-of-one, Debbie Schofield, took this selfie with her family, she had no idea that ten minutes later she'd be fighting for her life. Debbie was with her mum, her daughter, her sister and her sister's child when she suddenly fell ill on the top ...The selfie that hid a t...

Monday 19th February 2018

Dog found with deadly Alabama Rot in Shrewsbury – shropshirestar.com

shropshirestar.comDog found with deadly Alabama Rot in Shrewsburyshropshirestar.comAlabama Rot, also known as renal glomerular vasculopathy, has been called the “black death for dogs”. The cause of the infection is unknown. The very rare condition sees wounds appearing on the dogs skin, and can lead to kidney failure if it is not ...Alabama Rot: latest reported cases in Somerset are two dogs s...

Warwickshire mum calls for public’s help to get cannabis oil treatment for son’s epilepsy – Coventry Telegraph

Coventry TelegraphWarwickshire mum calls for public's help to get cannabis oil treatment for son's epilepsyCoventry TelegraphEnter your postcode to see news and information near you Community updates, Crime Statistics, Local News & Events and much more... Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: 0%. Stream TypeLIVE. Remaining ...Keeping medical ca...

Scientists have created human-sheep embryos: Here are 7 things you need to know – Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening ExpressScientists have created human-sheep embryos: Here are 7 things you need to knowAberdeen Evening ExpressScientists have grown sheep embryos containing human cells for the first time, almost a year after announcing the creation of a human-pig hybrid. The findings were presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference in ...Human-sheep hybrid: Sci...

Teenager loses both legs after being struck down with life threatening illness – Burnley Express

Manchester Evening NewsTeenager loses both legs after being struck down with life threatening illnessBurnley ExpressA teenage boy is fighting for his life in hospital unaware that doctors had to amputate both his legs after he was struck down with a life threatening illness. Ethan Hunt (16), a student at Burnley's Blessed Trinity RC College, is in the intensive care ...Boy who thought he had flu w...

‘Standing room only’ at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital as demand for A&E creates ‘impossible conditions’ – Gloucestershire Live

Gloucestershire Live'Standing room only' at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital as demand for A&E creates 'impossible conditions'Gloucestershire LiveEnter your postcode to see news and information near you Community updates, Crime Statistics, Local News & Events and much more... Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: 0%. Stream TypeLIVE. Remainin...


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