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Saturday 5th September 2015

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4th Sep 2015

Pregnant women urged to have whooping cough jab

The Public Health England is urging pregnant women to ensure they have whooping cough jab to protect their babies.

BBC News

GP share of spending continues to fall

Figures show GP share of NHS spending has fallen for the third successive year.

Health Service Journal

Trusts snub pay agreement

The HSJ has learned three more trusts have snubbed the government approved national pay agreement.

Health Service Journal

Smoking break ban at council offices

Nottinghamshire County Council want to ban employees from having smoking breaks.

BBC News

Mental health five year strategy to be developed

More than 20,000 people surveyed help reshape mental health care.

OnMedica

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3rd Sep 2015

Gluten-free foods on prescription

The British Dietetic Association says gluten-free foods should continue to be prescribed on NHS.

OnMedica

Polio outbreak in Ukraine

According to the World Health Organisation two children have been paralysed in polio outbreak.

BBC News

Medical students think about taking their own life

According to an online poll, one in seven UK medical students have thought about suicide.

OnMedica

Patient fears after details leaked

Patient details accidentally leaked by health clinic in London.

BBC News

2nd Sep 2015

NHS England launches new drive

£5m drive to improve staff health launched by NHS England.

Health Service Journal
The Guardian

Wasp venom could be used against cancer

Scientists believe venom from a wasp native to Brazil, could be used as a weapon against cancer.

BBC News
The Independent

People with learning difficulties 'over-medicated'

Patient records suggest people with learning difficulties are being silenced with drugs.

BBC News

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