Issue : 22 October 2014
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“Children should get their teeth brushed at school, says NHS watchdog,” The Daily Telegraph reports.
“World first as man whose spinal cord was severed WALKS,” the Mail Online reports.
“Quarter of obese children missed by BMI tests,” the Mail Online reports.
“Vegetative patients may be more conscious of the world than we think,” The Independent reports.
“Signs warning shoppers how much exercise they need to do to burn off calories in sugary drinks can encourage healthier choices,” BBC News reports.
We’ve teamed up with Pavers, the UK’s leading comfort footwear retailer, to give 20 nurses a brand new pair of health clogs - designed specifically for those who spend long periods of time on their feet
Preparations are underway to ensure all frontline staff in local NHS hospitals across England are trained in how to deal with suspected cases of ebola, should someone “walk in off the street” showing symptoms.
Stevie-Jade’s final placement initially knocked her confidence, but speaking to her mentors helped her realise just how normal her fears were
The search for new cancer treatments has taken a significant step forward with a new insight into how cells multiply, scientists have announced.
Exposure to sunshine may protect against weight gain and diabetes, new research suggests.