Issue : 23 July 2014
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The introduction of a new car parking charge regime by a trust in Tyneside is indicative of a national problem for nursing staff, a union has claimed.
The Mail Online states that “just one bad night’s sleep can have a dramatic effect on your memory – even leading to false memories”.
“More than 100 schizophrenia genes have been pinpointed,” reports the Daily Mail. In one of the largest studies of its kind, researchers have gained further insights into the genetics of the condition, which it is hoped could lead to new treatments.
The truth is that paying nurses a decent wage is affordable, says Peter Carter
“Dozen babies born using ‘safer’ IVF treatment,” reads today’s headline in The Independent.
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“Obese women show signs of food learning impairment,” is the headline on the BBC News website.
“Doctors have been told to offer cholesterol-lowering statins to millions more people,” BBC News reports.
“Children who use inhalable steroids for asthma grow slower than their peers in the first year of taking the medication,” The Guardian reports.