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Aspirin 'not best to stop strokes'

Aspirin 'not best to stop strokes' - Doctors are being told not to routinely prescribe aspirin for a common heart condition that increases a person's risk of stroke. [BBC Health]

Dog Training Classes High Wycombe Update May 2014

Classes Update May 2014 - Bookings are now being taking for the next indoor dog training classes which will start Tuesday 17th June. Please book early especially for the puppy class as these spaces fill very quickly. If you would like a booking form or more information please email me at admin@estellewingrove.co.uk

Does the size of the NHS budget matter?

Does the size of the NHS budget matter? - Will any rise in spending be irrelevant?, [BBC Health]

Smoking and cancer gene 'deadly mix'

Smoking and cancer gene 'deadly mix' - Smoking and the breast cancer risk gene BRCA2 combine to "enormously" increase the risk of lung cancer, a UK-based study shows. [BBC Health]

Mental health beds 'crisis' warning

Mental health beds 'crisis' warning - Pressure on mental health beds is so severe that some patients are being sectioned to secure necessary care, according to a survey of junior doctors. [BBC Health]

NHS 'still fails' dementia patients

NHS 'still fails' dementia patients - A Mental Welfare Commission report claims people with dementia still do not get acceptable care from the NHS in Scotland. [BBC Health]

New NHS boss backs smaller hospitals

New NHS boss backs smaller hospitals - Smaller community hospitals should play a bigger role especially in the care of older patients, the new head of the NHS in England says. [BBC Health]

Google closes US smartphone factory

Google closes US smartphone factory - Google's Motorola Mobility announces it will close its Texas factory - the only smartphone factory in the US - after poor sales of the Moto X smartphone. [BBC Business]

Qatar World Cup: £3m corruption claim

Qatar World Cup: £3m corruption claim - Fifa is facing fresh allegations of corruption over its controversial decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar. [BBC Politics]

Babies can learn to love vegetables

Babies can learn to love vegetables - Children can learn to eat new vegetables if they are introduced regularly before the age of two, suggests a University of Leeds study. [BBC Health]

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