Issue : 9 April 2013
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“‘Psychiatric Asbos’ were an error says key advisor,” The Independent reports.
There is wide coverage of new research that argues that routine screening could reduce deaths from prostate cancer, with BBC News, The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail all reporting the story.
“Forget popping pills – the best way to boost your brainpower is a crossword or sudoku,” the Mail Online website states.
Much of the media is reporting on an interview given by broadcaster and journalist Andrew Marr, who is recovering from a stroke he had in January 2013.
“Scientists have grown a kidney in a laboratory and shown that it works when implanted into a living animal”, The Guardian reports.
The Mail Online website warns that children’s hospital services are “not providing 24/7 care”, while The Guardian argues that “child services are spread too thinly”.
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“A major breakthrough has been made by researchers seeking treatments for…illnesses such as Parkinson’s disease,” is the exciting news on the Mail Online website.
“Couch potatoes can’t help being lazy – they were born that way,” claims the Mail Online website.