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between October and December 2014 only 83.8 per cent of patients were treated in time

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Tests still need to be made on humans

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Alzheimer’s Society is calling for the intervention of government funding

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People with nut allergies told to temporarily avoid supermarket curries and products containing cumin

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Almost a quarter of new psychosis cases linked to strong 'skunk like' cannabis

People who smoke super-strength cannabis every day are five times more likely to develop psychosis than people who have never tried the drug

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