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  • Greens urge: 'Join our revolution'The Green Party launched its General Election manifesto with a call for a "peaceful political revolution" to end austerity and tackle climate change.It pledged to stop the "creeping privatisation of the NHS" and increase the minimum wage to £10 an hour.Leader Natalie Bennett and Caroline Lucas, the party's only ever MP, unveiled a plan to help the two million children growing up in cold homes.The... read more
  • GP services face 'retirement crisis'GP services are facing a crisis, with a third of doctors considering retirement in the next five years, a British Medical Association poll suggests. The survey of more than 15,000 UK GPs also found over a quarter were considering working part-time.And one in 10 said they were thinking about moving abroad.BMA GP leader Dr Chaand Nagpaul said the findings showed some of the promises being made about... read more
  • Divorcees 'have more heart attacks'Divorcees are more likely to have a heart attack than their peers who stay married, US research suggests. An analysis of 15,827 people showed women were worst affected, and barely reduced the risk if they remarried. The study, published in the journal Circulation, argued that chronic stress, linked to divorce, had a long-term impact on the body.The British Heart Foundation called for more research... read more
  • Ebola survivors 'safe sex warning'The WHO has urged Ebola survivors to be even more cautious during sexual contact to ensure the virus is not passed on to their partners. The warning comes after a survivor was found to have traces of Ebola in his semen almost six months after recovery. This is some 90 days later than previously documented.It is unclear whether Ebola can still be spread at this point. But officials have launched fu... read more
  • Dementia 'halted in mice brains'Tweaking the brain's immune system with a drug has prevented mice developing dementia, a study shows. The team at Duke University, in the US, showed immune cells which start attacking nutrients in the brain may be a trigger for the disease.They say their findings could open up new avenues of research for a field that has not developed a single drug to slow the progression of the disease.Experts sa... read more
  • Sleep apnoea 'linked to memory loss'People who have difficulty breathing while asleep are more likely to develop memory problems early on, a study in the journal Neurology suggests.US scientists checked medical databases involving 2,400 people aged over 55. Those who said they suffered from sleep apnoea reported problems with their memory and thinking skills a decade earlier than people who slept well. Further work is under way to c... read more
  • NHS finance problem 'being ignored'The NHS is facing a "substantial financial problem" which politicians are ignoring in the election campaign, the former head of the service says. Sir David Nicholson, who retired last year, told the BBC the NHS in England was accruing large deficits which would become "crystal clear" later this year.But he said instead of talking about how to address these, politicians were focusing on expanding s... read more

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Greens urge: 'Join our revolution'
The Green Party launched its General Election manifesto with a call for a "peaceful political revolu...
GP services face 'retirement crisis'
GP services are facing a crisis, with a third of doctors considering retirement in the next five yea...
Divorcees 'have more heart attacks'
Divorcees are more likely to have a heart attack than their peers who stay married, US research sugg...
Ebola survivors 'safe sex warning'
The WHO has urged Ebola survivors to be even more cautious during sexual contact to ensure the virus...
Dementia 'halted in mice brains'
Tweaking the brain's immune system with a drug has prevented mice developing dementia, a study shows...
Sleep apnoea 'linked to memory loss'
People who have difficulty breathing while asleep are more likely to develop memory problems early o...
NHS finance problem 'being ignored'
The NHS is facing a "substantial financial problem" which politicians are ignoring in the election c...
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