Key Quotes - Health

Key Quotes - Health

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Last update: Sunday 22nd September
 
A non-surgical nose job could soon be a reality thanks to a technique that uses tiny needles, electric current and 3D-printed moulds to reshape living tissue. The process promises to revolutionise cosmetic surgery, which often involves long recovery times.
HealthThe Sentinel. 3 April 2019
 
Health and nutrition claims on snacks and food for UK children are “confusing” and could be harming their health, researchers have suggested. Two in five (41%) products marketed at those over the age of one were found to be “less healthy”, according to analysis published in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood.
HealthThe Sentinel, 5 April 2019.
 
More than 100,000 children who seek help with mental illness are being turned away, a new study has found. The study, Finding Help, published this week by the Children’s Society, estimates that up to 110,000 10 to 17-year-olds in England and Wales were denied treatment or counselling in 2017 because their mental-health problems were not deemed serious enough.
HealthChurch Times, 21 June 2019
 
The lives of the world’s poorest pregnant women and their babies are being put at risk because of “catastrophically” prohibitive healthcare costs before, during and after childbirth, UNICEF has warned.
HealthChurch Times, 7 June 2019
 
The lives of the world’s poorest pregnant women and their babies are being put at risk because of “catastrophically” prohibitive healthcare costs before, during and after childbirth, UNICEF has warned.
HealthChurch Times, 7 June 2019
 
A diet rich in coffee, fruit and vegetables may protect against breast cancer, research suggests. A new study presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Glasgow found a protective effect from a diet full of phenolic acids on the risk of post-menopausal breast cancer.
HealthThe Sentinel, 1 May 2019
 
The world’s first drugs aimed at stopping cancer cells becoming resistant to treatment could be available within the next decade, say scientists. Such medicines could help patients live longer and better quality lives by making the condition manageable and “more often curable”.
HealthThe Sentinel - 16 May 2019
 
Medicinal cannabis should be welcomed by UK doctors, like penicillin was decades ago, to unlock its potential, an expert has suggested. Professor David Nutt, from Imperial College London, warned many patients are suffering seizures as they struggle to get the treatment, despite a change in the law.
HealthThe Sentinel - 2 May 2019
 
The NHS is unable to train enough GPs and nurses to meet demand and the situation is at crisis point, leading health experts have warned.
HealthThe Sentinel
 
A major consultation is set to be ordered into NHS-funded IVF treatments offered to couples desperate for a child – to end one of the health service’s most controversial postcode lotteries.
HealthThe Sentinel
 
Britons are being exposed to harmful chemicals from birth, with even mothers' breast milk containing a high concentration of flame retardants.The warning comes from the Commons environmental audit committee, in a report which has raised concerns about flame-retardant chemicals used on home furnishings.
HealthSky News
 
The world’s largest medicinal cannabis company has urged the government to allow GPs to prescribe the drug, calling on the UK to be a “leader not a laggard” in one of the world’s fastest growing major industries.
HealthThe Guardian
 
Austerity, inequality and job insecurity are bad for mental health and governments should counteract them if they want to face up to the rising prevalence of mental illness, the UN’s top health envoy has said.
HealthThe Guardian
 
Drinking a bottle of wine per week increases the lifetime risk of cancer by the equivalent of smoking five to 10 cigarettes, research suggests. This is due to the risk of cancer in parts of the body such as the bowel, liver and oesophagus, according to the team of researchers from the University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, Bangor University and University of Southampton
HealthThe Sentinel
 
Sperm counts have been declining in recent decades and various studies have pointed to poor diet as a significant cause. A groundbreaking investigation has established that teenagers who favour high-fat and processed foods like pizzas, chips and snacks are killing off sperm-producing cells that can never be replaced.
HealthThe Telegraph
 
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