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Abortion -- a hot topic of debate around the world

Abortion -- a hot topic of debate around the world

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon last month announced that she would explore ways to offer women in Northern Ireland a free and legal means to terminate their pregnancy.

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Report shows NHS paid £90 million in redundancy and rehired staff

Report shows NHS paid £90 million in redundancy and rehired staff

According to a new report that has attracted a lot of attention, the health service in the United Kingdom has spent more than £90 million in redundancy payments to the staff and it rehired the staff.

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NHS honours Blood donors

NHS honours Blood donors

UK health service, the NHS have awarded dedicated blood donors at the ceremony.

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NHS is facing low morale, ex-marine

NHS is facing low morale, ex-marine

A man, who left his job in the armed forced to become a doctor in the NHS, has said that the morale of the staff in the health system is lower than that of troops during war time in war-torn Afghanistan.

Ollie Blackford from Swiss Cottage said that the morale is really low among staff members. He pointed out that the government is refusing to listen to the advice of expert against changes to junior doctor contracts. He said that the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has failed to listen to expert recommendations and this has shown appalling leadership” and a “dictatorial mentality”.

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Experts demand more nurses to tackle Breast Cancer

Experts demand more nurses to tackle Breast Cancer

A leading healthcare charity in the UK has said that more nurses are needed urgently in the healthcare system in order to address the growing number of women diagnosed with breast cancer.

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NHS planning to offer 'motivational coaches' to fight obesity

NHS planning to offer 'motivational coaches' to fight obesity

UK's health agency, NHS has said that it is planning to offer "motivational coaches" in order to fight obesity in the country.

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NHS to conduct trails on 'artificial' blood

NHS to conduct trails on 'artificial' blood

UK's health service, the NHS has said that it is planning to start conducting trials on using artificial blood used grown in the laboratory.

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Campaign claims over-treating patients might cause harm

Campaign claims over-treating patients might cause harm

A recent campaign has claimed that over treating patients can be really wasteful and might be harmful for the patients.

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‘Choice in End of Life Care’ review makes new recommendations

‘Choice in End of Life Care’ review makes new recommendations

The Choice in End of Life Care review board have made a number of recommendations in order to improve medical care patients who are near the end of their lives. The panel said that people should have the right to choose where they die and where they get treatment.

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Patients will have to prove nationality for registering with GP

Patients will have to prove nationality for registering with GP

Under the new rules, patients trying to get registered with a GP will have to first prove their nationality in an effort to prevent migrants accessing the NHS.

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