Issue : 22 May 2013
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“Scientists create new flu vaccine that works against many different strains of the virus,” The Independent reports.
‘Bad weather could raise your blood pressure and even kill you,’ is the unnecessarily alarmist headline in the Daily Mail.
Less than half of the GPs and managers leading the new clinical commissioning groups believe the nurse on their governing body makes a large contribution to its leadership, a survey has found.
Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals Foundation Trust has announced it is investing £7m in additional nursing and bed capacity this year.
‘Should you be taking vitamin B to protect against Alzheimer’s?,’ asks the Daily Mail.
‘A stressful job really can kill you – by raising your cholesterol,’ reports the Mail Online website.
There is not a squeak of any measure to prevent the bullying that was so prevalent at Mid Staffordshire, says Roger Kline
”Sunshine vitamin ‘may treat asthma’”, BBC News informs us, as a new lab-based study suggests vitamin D could help control symptoms of severe asthma.
“Children are picking up the caring roles the state has abandoned,” The Guardian says, while The Independent says that 180,000 children work as unpaid carers.
“IVF advance triples couples’ chances of having a baby”, The Daily Telegraph reports.