Issue : 2 July 2014
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“Children who recognise fast food brands are more likely to be obese,” the Mail Online reports.
“A sample of frozen testicle has been used to produce live offspring in experiments on mice,” BBC News reports.
“Facebook made users depressed in secret research,” the Mail Online reports.
A “dedicated and hardworking” nurse who blew the whistle about patient safety has won more than £80,000 in compensation after she was unfairly targeted for speaking out by her former employer.
BBC News reports on a new method to keep donated organs fresher for longer: “supercooling”.
“Parents of children with autism are more likely to have autistic traits,” the Mail Online reports.
“Ban all drinks but water from dinner table, parents told,” is the The Daily Telegraph’s front page headline.
“Blood test could give early warning of breast cancer,” The Guardian reports.
Professor Brendan McCormack, head of division of Nursing at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, has been awarded a fellowship by the Royal College of Nursing.
There are wide regional variations in the proportion of new mothers who start breastfeeding their babies, new figures show.