Smoking link to ectopic pregnancy

Scientists have discovered why women who smoke have a higher risk of developing ectopic pregnancies

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Incentives could encourage weight loss

Incentive systems could be an effective way of encouraging people to change their unhealthy lifestyles providing that certain conditions are met

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Some firms exploiting people in debt

The OFT has told 129 debt management firms that they face losing their consumer credit licences unless immediate action is taken to comply with its Debt Management Guidance

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Minister blows his own Trumpet

All young people should have the chance to learn an instrument, read music and receive top quality music education, Education Secretary Michael Gove has said

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An Investment Case For Volunteering

Volunteering delivers significant value to a wide range of people, communities and causes, across the full range of government policy areas- Vol more...

Threat level raised

The Security Service has raised the threat level from moderate to substantial. This means an Irish-related terrorist attack is a strong possibil more...

Driving Test changes speed

Independent driving will be introduced into the British driving test next Monday (4 October)

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Manufacturers pledge to get 4m EVs on world's roads

Manufacturers and organisations in the electric vehicle (EV) industry have pledged to put four million EVs on the world's roads by 2015
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Global postal industry cuts 500k tonnes of CO2

The global postal industry cut its carbon emissions by over half a million tonnes in 2009, the International Post Corporation (IPC) announced more...

Growth accelerates in financial sector

Activity in the UK financial services sector grew in the last three months at the fastest rate since June 2007, although this growth was much sl more...

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Editor's Feature
Lord John Krebs
Chair,
Committee on Adaptation

In an exclusive interview with Lord Krebs, Chairman of the CCC Adaptation Committee, Editor, Scott Buckler, f...


Tackling Health Inequality
Those living with obesity know only too well the meaning of health inequality. The stigma, blame and...
An Investment Case For Volunteering
It is incredibly unrealistic to think volunteering is free. Simply recruiting, training and managing...
Vision for children set out
Royal Pharmaceutical Society's code of ethics prohibits display of confectionary from the pharmacy c...
Vision for children set out
As an obesity charity with our values firmly rooted in patient care and real needs, the medical mode...
Tackling Health Inequality
As Project Manager for Medway Health & Lifestyle Service (National Health Trainers) which has been c...
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Ginny Edwards
Ginny Edwards, Head of Targeted Support for the HCAI programme at the Department of Health addresses the ways in which behaviour change from staff can ensure higher standards of patient safety
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
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