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About 883,000 people receive care in their own home in the UK

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Getting less than six hours sleep a night increases risk of early death

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The introduction of universal iodine supplements for pregnant women could save countries thousands of pounds in future health costs for each child, even in nations with only a mild iodine deficiency such as the UK

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Tesco, Boots and other companies that run pharmacies are to be given access to people’s medical records, under plans drawn up by NHS England

Pharmacies to be given access to people's medical records under NHS England plans

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The chief inspector of adult social care has warned the sector is under 'stress and strain' as figures reportedly reveal more than 150 allegations of abuse against the frail and elderly are being lodged every day

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Inspector finds funding providers fail to grasp how much good social services cost

The changes have been designed to aid those with a history of mental health from stigmatisation

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GP trainees' pay could fall to 31% lower than their hospital counterparts

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Jeremy Hunt is urged to rethink, as recruitment of family practitioners becomes harder than ever

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NHS unprepared for more accidents or ill-health in a cold snap

Nano the poodle is one of the Medical Detection Dogs

Prostate cancer dog sniffer trials approved by NHS

Preliminary studies have found that the canines can detect the condition nine out of ten times

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