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Mid Staffs crisis: police to study new evidence

Mid Staffs crisis: police to study new evidence
Police and prosecutors are examining new evidence about the Stafford Hospital scandal that could lead to criminal charges, The Daily Telegraph has learnt. Matthew Ellis, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire, disclosed that detectives were examining “information not in the public domain” relating to deaths at the hospital. A public inquiry has found that up to ... Full story

3,000 more patients have died needlessly in hospital

3,000 more patients have died needlessly in hospital
More than 3,000 people may have died unnecessarily at five NHS trusts in a crisis that could dwarf the horrors at Mid Staffordshire, which were detailed in a devastating report on Wednesday. An investigation began on Wednesday night into excessive mortality rates at the five trusts – the same warning sign that exposed the needless deaths ... Full story

Is horse meat still on sale in Britain?

Is horse meat still on sale in Britain?
The Polish supplier at the centre of the horse meat scandal is continuing to sell beef to at least six British companies, The Daily Telegraph has learnt. Food Service, one of Poland’s biggest meat processors, is suspected by Irish authorities to be the source of beef products that contained up to a third horse meat, it ... Full story

Dangers of toxic hip implants used in Britain kept secret for years

Dangers of toxic hip implants used in Britain kept secret for years
A company sold toxic hip implants used in thousands of operations in Britain knowing for at least three years that they were potentially dangerous, The Daily Telegraph can disclose. Depuy, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, continued to market “metal on metal” hip implants after a leading British surgeon warned in emails to an executive of the manufacturer ... Full story

DNA map offers hope on cancer treatments

DNA map offers hope on cancer treatments
Cancer will become a manageable disease rather than a death sentence thanks to a revolutionary treatment which will be available within five years, British specialists predict. All patients will soon have their tumour’s DNA, its genetic code, sequenced, enabling doctors to ensure they give exactly the right drugs to keep the disease at bay. Doctors hope it ... Full story

Norovirus to ruin Christmas for thousands

Norovirus to ruin Christmas for thousands
Families face ruined Christmas celebrations as the worst-ever outbreak of the winter vomiting bug escalates sharply. Almost 900,000 people in England alone have been infected with norovirus this winter, updated official figures suggest. It causes severely upset stomachs for up to five days. The number is almost twice as many as were infected by mid-December last year ... Full story

Britons living longer than previously thought

Britons living longer than previously thought
Britons are living far longer than previously thought with no sign that we are reaching an 'upper limit’ of how old people will get, a new report has shown. Figures from the Office of National Statistics published yesterday suggest that most people are living six years longer than current life expectancy projections. Presently the official life expectancy ... Full story

Norovirus closes hundreds of wards

Norovirus closes hundreds of wards
Three quarters of a million people have been struck down by the ‘winter vomiting bug’ and dozens of hospital wards closed in the worst start to the norovirus season on record. In the last two weeks, 43 hospital wards across England and Wales have been closed with the total number shut since the outbreak began now ... Full story

Why I understand Sally Roberts’s torment

Why I understand Sally Roberts's torment
I know only too well why a mother fled with her son when he faced radiotherapy Having a child diagnosed with a deadly cancer is shattering. But when doctors take you into the small windowless rooms – where bad news always seems to be broken – and spell out the gruesome potential side effects of the ... Full story

NHS patients get ‘unacceptable’ care from nursing assistants

NHS patients get 'unacceptable' care from nursing assistants
NHS patients are receiving an "unacceptable" level of care from a growing army of unqualified healthcare assistants who have taken over nursing roles on wards and in care homes, an independent commission warns. Basic tasks which were once the job of trained nurses are being carried out by more than 50,000 low-paid and unregulated assistants ... Full story

NHS millions for controversial care pathway

NHS millions for controversial care pathway
The majority of hospitals in England are being given financial rewards for placing terminally-ill patients on a controversial “pathway” to death, it can be disclosed. Almost two thirds of NHS trusts using the Liverpool Care Pathway have received payouts totalling millions of pounds for hitting targets related to its use, research for The Daily Telegraph shows. The ... Full story

Antioxidant-Rich Diet Could Lower Women’s Heart Attack Risk: Study

Antioxidant-Rich Diet Could Lower Women's Heart Attack Risk: Study
Eating lots of antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables could help keep women's heart attack risk low, according to a large new study. Researchers from the Karolinska Institute found that women who consumed the most antioxidants from foods -- not to mention ate nearly seven servings of fruits and vegetables each day -- had a 20 percent decreased ... Full story

Healthy Kitchen Staples To Keep Around The House

Healthy Kitchen Staples To Keep Around The House
Putting together a quick nutritious meal is easy when your cabinets are stocked with healthy staples. That’s why we took to HuffPost Healthy Living's Facebook page to ask: what is the one healthy ingredient you always keep around? With so many great responses, we somehow managed to whittle the list to 15 essential, wholesome and versatile ... Full story

Once-a-year ice skating warning

Once-a-year ice skating warning
With temporary ice rinks appearing in towns and cities across the UK, the Society of Sports Therapists is reminding people that ice skating can be a dangerous sport. It warned of a risk of serious injury and advised people take precautions. It recommends jogging to warm up and avoiding the mulled wine. The Royal ... Full story

Why sleeping pills can be fatal

Why sleeping pills can be fatal
A recent study found those who took sleeping tablets were 36 percent more likely to die at any given time than others. In the study American researchers focused on a brain enzyme called calcium kinase, which controls sleep in humans, said researcher Fiona Macrae, Daily Mail reported. In an // < !]> ... Full story

Malaria vaccine could save millions of children’s lives

The first-ever widescale trial of a malaria vaccine has produced promising results, say reseacrhers, raising hopes of an imminent breakthrough in the fight against the mosquito-borne tropical disease. Photograph: Pa Millions of children's lives could be saved by a new vaccine shown to halve the risk of malaria in the first large-scale trials across ... Full story

The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Fall Skin-Care Prep

Transitioning from summer to fall isn't just tough on your wardrobe. Dry air and colder temps can do a number on already-sensitive skin. Read on for some insider tips on how to best pamper your mug to take on seasonal climate changes.... Full story

Penne with Shrimp

Penne with Shrimp
Ingredients * 1 (16 ounce) package penne pasta * 2 tablespoons olive oil * 1/4 cup chopped red onion * 1 tablespoon chopped garlic * 1/4 cup white wine * 2 (14.5 ounce) cans diced tomatoes ... Full story

Skin Cancer Early Detection: How to Check Moles and Spots for Signs or Symptoms

Thousands of people are plagued with skin cancer each year. In fact, Melanoma is one of the most deadly forms of skin cancer. It can spread extremely quickly and often patients have no idea they even have this deadly cancer before it’s progressed far into their body. This is most due to the fact Melanoma doesn’t often present symptoms until it has progressed greatly. How to ... Full story
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