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Brexit ‘potentially catastrophic’ for the health service, experts suggest in Lancet journal – The Independent

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Brexit could have a “potentially catastrophic” impact on the NHS, the authors of a major new report have claimed as they warned they had no confidence the Government was in a position to address the consequences.  Assessing three scenarios – “soft Brexit, hard Brexit, and failed Brexit” – the authors conclude in the Lancet medical journal that each poses a substantial threat to the NHS.  Even a so-called soft Brexit that retains access…

Traffic cone in man’s lung ‘will be passed on to grandchildren’ – BBC News

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Image copyright Paul Baxter Image caption A suspected tumour in Paul Baxter’s lung turned out to be a Playmobil traffic cone he inhaled as a child A man who inhaled a toy traffic cone as a child and had it removed from his lung 40 years later has kept it as a “trophy” and said he would “pass it on to my grandchildren”. Paul Baxter, 50, from Preston, was referred…

The Lancet: “Newborn deaths reduced significantly in Georgia” – Agenda.ge

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Global leading medical magazine the Lancet has published data showing that newborn deaths have reduced in Georgia. The magazine said that neonatal deaths have decreased significantly in the country in the last 20 years. It added that thanks to the reforms in maternal and child health since 2012, Georgia has achieved the Millennium Development Goals and reduced neonatal deaths by 2/3. Neonatal mortality rate…

India’s child mortality rates declining: Lancet – The Hindu

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

India’s child mortality rate has always been a cause for concern, but a recent study published in the medical journal Lancet suggests that the situation may be changing for the better. The study shows a significant decline in cause-specific child mortality rates between 2000 and 2015 in the country. The faster declines in child mortality after 2005 (average annual decline of 3.4% for neonatal mortality and 5.9% for 1 to…

Brexit ‘potentially catastrophic’ for the health service, experts suggest in Lancet journal – The Independent

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Brexit could have a “potentially catastrophic” impact on the NHS, the authors of a major new report have claimed as they warned they had no confidence the Government was in a position to address the consequences.  Assessing three scenarios – “soft Brexit, hard Brexit, and failed Brexit” – the authors conclude in the Lancet medical journal that each poses a substantial threat to the NHS.  Even a so-called soft Brexit that retains access…

Traffic cone in man’s lung ‘will be passed on to grandchildren’ – BBC News

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Image copyright Paul Baxter Image caption A suspected tumour in Paul Baxter’s lung turned out to be a Playmobil traffic cone he inhaled as a child A man who inhaled a toy traffic cone as a child and had it removed from his lung 40 years later has kept it as a “trophy” and said he would “pass it on to my grandchildren”. Paul Baxter, 50, from Preston, was referred…

India’s child mortality rates declining: Lancet – The Hindu

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

India’s child mortality rate has always been a cause for concern, but a recent study published in the medical journal Lancet suggests that the situation may be changing for the better. The study shows a significant decline in cause-specific child mortality rates between 2000 and 2015 in the country. The faster declines in child mortality after 2005 (average annual decline of 3.4% for neonatal mortality and 5.9% for 1 to…

Lancet To Launch New Food-Related Projects, Calls For ‘Coherent, Multi-Sectoral Policy Actions’ To Address Malnutrition – Kaiser Family Foundation

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Lancet To Launch New Food-Related Projects, Calls For ‘Coherent, Multi-Sectoral Policy Actions’ To Address Malnutrition Sep 29, 2017 The Lancet: Imagine a world free from hunger and malnutrition Editorial Board “…To achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2, ‘End hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture’, coherent multi-sectoral policy actions must meet diverse, yet specific, targets, such as ending hunger, addressing all forms of malnutrition, including overweight and…

Traffic cone in man’s lung ‘will be passed on to grandchildren’ – BBC News

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Image copyright Paul Baxter Image caption A suspected tumour in Paul Baxter’s lung turned out to be a Playmobil traffic cone he inhaled as a child A man who inhaled a toy traffic cone as a child and had it removed from his lung 40 years later has kept it as a “trophy” and said he would “pass it on to my grandchildren”. Paul Baxter, 50, from Preston, was referred…

Brexit ‘potentially catastrophic’ for the health service, experts suggest in Lancet journal – The Independent

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Brexit could have a “potentially catastrophic” impact on the NHS, the authors of a major new report have claimed as they warned they had no confidence the Government was in a position to address the consequences.  Assessing three scenarios – “soft Brexit, hard Brexit, and failed Brexit” – the authors conclude in the Lancet medical journal that each poses a substantial threat to the NHS.  Even a so-called soft Brexit that retains access…

India’s child mortality rates declining: Lancet – The Hindu

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

India’s child mortality rate has always been a cause for concern, but a recent study published in the medical journal Lancet suggests that the situation may be changing for the better. The study shows a significant decline in cause-specific child mortality rates between 2000 and 2015 in the country. The faster declines in child mortality after 2005 (average annual decline of 3.4% for neonatal mortality and 5.9% for 1 to…

Lancet To Launch New Food-Related Projects, Calls For ‘Coherent, Multi-Sectoral Policy Actions’ To Address Malnutrition – Kaiser Family Foundation

Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Lancet To Launch New Food-Related Projects, Calls For ‘Coherent, Multi-Sectoral Policy Actions’ To Address Malnutrition Sep 29, 2017 The Lancet: Imagine a world free from hunger and malnutrition Editorial Board “…To achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2, ‘End hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture’, coherent multi-sectoral policy actions must meet diverse, yet specific, targets, such as ending hunger, addressing all forms of malnutrition, including overweight and…

Brexit ‘potentially catastrophic’ for the health service, experts suggest in Lancet journal – The Independent

Posted: Monday, October 02, 2017

Brexit could have a “potentially catastrophic” impact on the NHS, the authors of a major new report have claimed as they warned they had no confidence the Government was in a position to address the consequences.  Assessing three scenarios – “soft Brexit, hard Brexit, and failed Brexit” – the authors conclude in the Lancet medical journal that each poses a substantial threat to the NHS.  Even a so-called soft Brexit that retains access…

Traffic cone in man’s lung ‘will be passed on to grandchildren’ – BBC News

Posted: Monday, October 02, 2017

Image copyright Paul Baxter Image caption A suspected tumour in Paul Baxter’s lung turned out to be a Playmobil traffic cone he inhaled as a child A man who inhaled a toy traffic cone as a child and had it removed from his lung 40 years later has kept it as a “trophy” and said he would “pass it on to my grandchildren”. Paul Baxter, 50, from Preston, was referred…

India’s child mortality rates declining: Lancet – The Hindu

Posted: Monday, October 02, 2017

India’s child mortality rate has always been a cause for concern, but a recent study published in the medical journal Lancet suggests that the situation may be changing for the better. The study shows a significant decline in cause-specific child mortality rates between 2000 and 2015 in the country. The faster declines in child mortality after 2005 (average annual decline of 3.4% for neonatal mortality and 5.9% for 1 to…

Lancet To Launch New Food-Related Projects, Calls For ‘Coherent, Multi-Sectoral Policy Actions’ To Address Malnutrition – Kaiser Family Foundation

Posted: Monday, October 02, 2017

Lancet To Launch New Food-Related Projects, Calls For ‘Coherent, Multi-Sectoral Policy Actions’ To Address Malnutrition Sep 29, 2017 The Lancet: Imagine a world free from hunger and malnutrition Editorial Board “…To achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2, ‘End hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture’, coherent multi-sectoral policy actions must meet diverse, yet specific, targets, such as ending hunger, addressing all forms of malnutrition, including overweight and…

Brexit ‘potentially catastrophic’ for the health service, experts suggest in Lancet journal – The Independent

Posted: Monday, October 02, 2017

Brexit could have a “potentially catastrophic” impact on the NHS, the authors of a major new report have claimed as they warned they had no confidence the Government was in a position to address the consequences.  Assessing three scenarios – “soft Brexit, hard Brexit, and failed Brexit” – the authors conclude in the Lancet medical journal that each poses a substantial threat to the NHS.  Even a so-called soft Brexit that retains access…

Traffic cone in man’s lung ‘will be passed on to grandchildren’ – BBC News

Posted: Monday, October 02, 2017

Image copyright Paul Baxter Image caption A suspected tumour in Paul Baxter’s lung turned out to be a Playmobil traffic cone he inhaled as a child A man who inhaled a toy traffic cone as a child and had it removed from his lung 40 years later has kept it as a “trophy” and said he would “pass it on to my grandchildren”. Paul Baxter, 50, from Preston, was referred…

India’s child mortality rates declining: Lancet – The Hindu

Posted: Monday, October 02, 2017

India’s child mortality rate has always been a cause for concern, but a recent study published in the medical journal Lancet suggests that the situation may be changing for the better. The study shows a significant decline in cause-specific child mortality rates between 2000 and 2015 in the country. The faster declines in child mortality after 2005 (average annual decline of 3.4% for neonatal mortality and 5.9% for 1 to…

Lancet To Launch New Food-Related Projects, Calls For ‘Coherent, Multi-Sectoral Policy Actions’ To Address Malnutrition – Kaiser Family Foundation

Posted: Monday, October 02, 2017

Lancet To Launch New Food-Related Projects, Calls For ‘Coherent, Multi-Sectoral Policy Actions’ To Address Malnutrition Sep 29, 2017 The Lancet: Imagine a world free from hunger and malnutrition Editorial Board “…To achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2, ‘End hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture’, coherent multi-sectoral policy actions must meet diverse, yet specific, targets, such as ending hunger, addressing all forms of malnutrition, including overweight and…