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A Guide to… The Flu

15Nov

The common cold or flu? It’s not uncommon around wintertime for you, or the people you know, to start falling ill, complaining of sore throats and blocked noses – maybe even missing a day or two of work. Often, people … Continue reading

  

GHC launch “Small Steps for Big Change”

16Nov

More than 3 million children under 5 years old will die from infectious diseases next year and now, with the cold and flu season firmly upon us, the risk of infectious illnesses spreading thick and fast is far more prevalent. … Continue reading

  

EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE … (Apologies to ‘The Police’ and ‘Sting’)

28Jun

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Ok – so, this is my first attempt at blogging! It will probably be best to report on my own experiences and progress with ABPA, and also to bring in accounts/ views of other sufferers of this condition and other … Continue reading

  

Health 2012: a year in headlines

31Dec

Our health in 2012

In 2012 we’ve found that the standards of health reporting have – largely – improved. Where there have been health scares these have been sensibly and even-handedly reported, ‘wonder cures’ seem to have hit the headlines far less often than we’ve … Continue reading

  

Swine Flu Vaccine Contracts Lacked ‘Get Out Clauses’

2Jul

According to an independent review, the contracts negotiated by the UK government for a swine flu vaccine should have had get-out clauses to protect taxpayers’ money, experts say. More than 30m doses are thought to be left over after one … Continue reading