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By Gerald Heneghan Prescription charges in England are set to rise by 20p for each quantity of a drug or appliance as of April 1st 2013.
By Lauren Grice Hospital food improvement schemes have wasted more than £54 million, a new report from food and farming lobby group Sustain has claimed.
By Gerald Heneghan A tax on fizzy drinks and a ban on junk food advertising are just two of the measures being proposed by doctors in response to the
By Gerald Heneghan War veterans are set to benefit from an £11 million boost in funding for the NHS.
By Gerald Heneghan A worker at Stafford Hospital has been suspended after a dummy was found taped to a four-month-old baby's face.
By Laura Moulden Women with a significant familial history of breast cancer could be offered preventative treatment on the NHS.
A REVOLUTIONARY device which promises to improve women's sex lives after pregnancy has become available on the NHS for the first time. The PelvicToner, which resembles a clothes peg,