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UK junior doctors conclude first strike

UK junior doctors conclude first strike

The junior doctors in the United Kingdom have concluded their first industrial action that went on for 24 hours amid signs that an agreement might be reached soon. Officials said that thousands of doctors took part in the strike, which was the first strike by doctors in decades.

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Sheffield GP facility is inadequate, says inspectors

Sheffield GP facility is inadequate, says inspectors

A team of inspectors have said categorised a Sheffield GP surgery as inadequate and said that it is not fit for providing quality care to the people.

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Experts urge for more steps to fight obesity in the UK

Experts urge for more steps to fight obesity in the UK

Healthcare experts have said that more steps should be taken to fight obesity in the United Kingdom as it leads to several diseases.

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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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More than 4 million people have diabetes in the UK, charity

More than 4 million people have diabetes in the UK, charity

Charity Diabetes UK has warned that the number of people in the UK with diabetes has crossed 4 million for the first time ever.

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Blind women get some sight with electronic "bionic" eye

Blind women get some sight with electronic "bionic" eye

A blind woman from the city of Cardiff is able to get some of her sight back with the help of an electronic "bionic" eye implant.

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Children eatinghigher quantities of sugar than suggested

Children eatinghigher quantities of sugar than suggested

According to a new study, children in the United Kingdom are eating a much larger quantities of sugar than recommended.

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Research shows E-cigarette can destroy some human cells

Research shows E-cigarette can destroy some human cells

According to a new research, the vapour that comes from electronic devices might damage or even kill some of the human cells.

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Junior doctors might go on strike

Junior doctors might go on strike

Junior doctors in the United Kingdom have said that they might be heading towards a strike action as no agreement appears to be coming from talks between the parties.

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Gonorrhoea strain might make disease untreatable, warns expert

Gonorrhoea strain might make disease untreatable, warns expert

A leading healthcare expert in the UK has warned that a newly found strain of Gonorrhoea means that the disease might become untreatable.

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