Key Quotes - Health

Key Quotes - Health

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Last update: Tuesday 15th October
 
A new fertility procedure that could allow sperm and eggs to be made from people's skin may lead to "embryo farming" on a massive scale and drive parents to have only "ideal" children, researchers have warned.
HealthNews at SPUC - 12th January 2016
 
Patients are at risk by GPs forced to carry out consultations in 10 minutes, the British Medical Association says. It called for funding to allow GPs to spend at least 15 minutes with each patient.
HealthThe Sentinel - 30th August 2016
 
Every 3 seconds someone in the world develops dementia. 850,000 people live with dementia in the UK, 500,000 of whom are women. Experts predict that more than one million people in the UK will have dementia by 2025.
HealthChristianity - September 2016
 
New treatments for osteoporosis and broken bones are in sight after ground-breaking research using ethical stem cells was released in July.
HealthEvangelicals Now - September 2016
 
Child vaccination rates dropped last year by the sharpest margin in a decade. Immunisation rates fell to 93.6 per cent in 2015/16 in what NHS managers described as a ‘worrying’ trend.
HealthThe Sentinel - 23rd September 2016
 
Wearing an activity watch that counts how many steps you have taken does not appear to improve the chances of losing weight, according to a study of nearly 500 overweight volunteers.
HealthThe Sentinel - 21st September 2016
 
Having a nap for more than an hour during the day could be a warning sign for type-2 diabetes, according to new research. Japanese researchers say they found the link from studies involving more than 300,000 people. Scientists at the University of Tokyo found there was a link between long daytime naps of more than 60 minutes and a 45 per cent increased risk of type-2 diabetes compared with no daytime napping. They said long naps could be a result of disturbed sleep, potentially caused by sleep apnoea, and that this could increase the risk of heart attacks and other disorders, including type-2 diabetes.
HealthThe Sentinel - 16th September 2016
 
An immumotherapy drug Nivolumab is being described as a potential ‘game-changer’ in the treatment of cancer. In a study of head and neck cancer, more patients taking the medicine survived for longer compared with those who were treated with chemotherapy.
HealthThe Sentinel - 10th October 2016
 
A new study suggests babies born by caesarean are at higher risk of becoming obese compared with siblings born ‘naturally’. It says gut bacteria plays a part in regulating diet.
HealthThe Sentinel - 8th September 2016
 
An international review has found that sex education does not reduce the rate of teenage pregnancy or incidences of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). A comprehensive Cochrane review of studies from around the world combined the data from more than 55,000 young people, aged on average between 14 and 16.
HealthChristian Concern - 11th November 2016
 
New research warns that infants under four weeks shouldn't travel in car seats for more than 30 minutes. It follows a study at Swindon's Great Western Hospital which reveals that putting babies in an upright position might cause breathing difficulties.
HealthBBC News - 11th November 2016
 
The Department of Health is to roll out a pre-natal for Down's syndrome in 2018, despite warnings that it will lead to an increase in the number of Down's babies being aborted. The decision was met with deep disappointment by the Down's community and medical professionals, and comes despite months of asking that those with Down's and their families be properly consulted.
HealthChristian Concern - 4th November 2016
 
People wanting to be euthanised are travelling to Belgian accident and emergency departments and asking to be killed. Last year, more than 2,000 people were euthanised in Belgium – more than double the number five years earlier.
HealthThe Christian Institute - 26th August 2016
 
A study published in May found that older women who go to church more than once a week live, on average, five months longer than those who don’t. They discovered that fewer depressive symptoms, greater optimism, stronger social networks and lower rates of smoking were all contributing factors. Researchers examined the health records of nearly 75,000 women who were mostly Christians and had an average age of 60. Looking at all the causes of death, academics from the public health graduate school at Harvard University concluded that they were 33% less likely to die over a 16 year period.
HealthEvangelicals Now – July 2016
 
Across Stoke-on-Trent, 13.9% of 4-5 years old, 22.3% of 10-11 years old and an estimated 28% adults are obese.
HealthThe Sentinel - May 24th 2016
 
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