Issue : November 2011
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“Women who smoke face going through the menopause at least a year earlier than non-smokers,” the Daily Mail has reported.
We do like the Hilton Park Lane’s cooking but that wasn’t the reason the team and I headed to the hotel last Tuesday – for a second night in less than a week.
I’ve heard it said that you know you are getting old when you automatically begin to resent the young.
Lung cancer treatment 'improves survival rates'Subscription
Stereotactic radiotherapy reduces treatment costs while improving overall survival and local control in comparison to standard fractionated radiation therapy in patients with medically inoperable non-small-cell lung cancer.
Nursing home staff should communicate with and closely observe residents without cognitive impairment for signs of depression, Norwegian researchers have recommended.
UK oesophageal cancer rates 'highest in Europe'Subscription
Oesophageal cancer rates are higher in the UK than any other European nation, research by the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has revealed.
'Earnings gap' for antenatal classesSubscription
Research from the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has suggested that an income gap exists when it comes to women attending antenatal classes.
The survival rate of children with leukaemia has risen to 80% since the 1970s, new figures have shown.
“Millions of children’s lives could be saved by a new vaccine shown to halve the risk of malaria in the first large-scale trial across seven African countries,” reported The Guardian.
“Trendy fish pedicures could spread HIV and hepatitis C,” The Sun has reported.