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Five Laws About The Dead That May Spook You

Death touches everyone at some stage during their lives, and usually more than once. It also triggers certain laws around what happens to the body …

Recovery position 'a must for unconscious children and babies'

<b>Doctors are reminding the public that unconscious infants and children should be put in the recovery position.</b><p>The advice follows a European study that found dangerous manoeuvres, such as slapping, were often used instead.<p>Only a quarter of the 553 children in the study were put into the recommended …

Criminal record disclosure checks ruled 'unlawful'

<b>Two people who claimed their careers were being blighted by having to disclose their minor criminal convictions to employers have won their case at the High Court.</b><p>The court ruled the criminal record checks scheme used in England and Wales was "arbitrary" and unlawful.<p>People across the UK are forced …

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33 Easy Ways to Avoid Stress in 2016

A set of quick tips to keep your stress level low and your productivity high.<p>I've posted about stress in the past but the first week of the new year is a great revisit the issue. Here are some easy ways to turn 2016 into a year where you experience less stress and get more accomplished:<p>1. Avoid …

The concept of different “learning styles” is one of the greatest neuroscience myths

Are you a visual learner who writes notes in a rainbow of different colors, or do you have to read something aloud before it will sink it? Chances are, you’ve been asked a similar question at some point in your life, and believe the concept of different “learning styles” is perfectly valid. But, as …

Pedagogy

Charity launches website to give people 'greater control over their death'

A website will be launched this week that will allow people to complete an online declaration of how they wish to be treated in the final weeks of …

Dementia loved ones 'benefit from visits'

<b>Spending time with loved ones with dementia is important even after they fail to recognise the faces of friends and family, a dementia charity says.</b><p>A survey found that 42% of the public think there is no point in keeping up contact at this stage.<p>But the Alzheimer's Society said family visits …

Alzheimer's Disease

Elderly 'reluctant to complain' over health care

<b>Elderly people are reluctant to make complaints about poor health care or do not know how to, the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman says.</b><p>A report suggested 56% of people aged over 65 who experienced a problem did not complain because of worries about how it might impact future …

Physiology

Millions 'suffer in silence' with incontinence

<b>Millions of people in England experience problems with continence but many are not getting the support they need, health officials are warning.</b><p>In guidance published by NHS England, experts have suggested people "suffer in silence" because they are too embarrassed to talk about the issue.<p>It has …

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ISIS is steadily gaining strength in another Middle Eastern country while everyone looks the other way

ISIS-linked terrorists have launched deadly attacks on mosques, carried out car bombings, and exploited sectarian tensions to lure new recruits, using extreme brutality and violence to bring in new blood and distinguish themselves from the powerful Al Qaeda branch in Yemen, The New York Times …

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Bluebird Care (UK)

Read how the right footwear can help prevent falls: - Every year in the UK about one-third of people aged 65 and over will fall. This rises to almost …

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Alzheimer's Team

A wonderful story of a man's love for his wife - and the lengths he will go to to enhance the quality of her life, even though she has advanced …

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Bowel cancer is one of the most common types of cancer diagnosed in the UK. Find out more about the symptoms of bowel cancer and what to do if you …

Antibiotic resistance: World on cusp of 'post-antibiotic era'

<b>The world is on the cusp of a "post-antibiotic era", scientists have warned after finding bacteria resistant to drugs used when all other treatments have failed.</b><p>They identified bacteria able to shrug off the drug of last resort - colistin - in patients and livestock in China.<p>They said that …

Allow 'minimally conscious' MS sufferer to die, says judge

<b>A 68-year-old woman "locked into the end stage" of multiple sclerosis should be allowed to die, a judge has ruled.</b><p>Her daughter had asked a court to allow medics to stop providing "clinically assisted nutrition and hydration".<p>She said her mother was "completely incapacitated". Experts said the woman …

How one area is keeping people out of care homes

Moving into a care home is seen as the last resort. For the past few years there has been a big push on keeping people out of care homes.<p>In Leeds, the city council has being making good progress by investing in new technology that can keep people safe and well in their own homes.<p>It means carers do …

Social care: Crisis talks with homes 'on brink'

<b>Crisis talks are taking place later between care home owners and council leaders amid mounting concern a large number of providers are preparing to pull out of the market.</b><p>A report report last week warned 37,000 beds - nearly 10% - could go by 2020.<p>It blamed the fees paid by councils and pressure …

TB 'joins HIV as most deadly infection'

<b>Tuberculosis now ranks alongside HIV as the world's most deadly infectious disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.</b><p>Each accounted for between 1.1 million and 1.2 million deaths in 2014.<p>The WHO said the tuberculosis figures were unacceptable for a disease that could be cured.<p>Medecins Sans …

Dementia drug 'keeps patients out of nursing homes'

<b>A common Alzheimer's drug that is often withdrawn by the NHS in later stages of the disease can halve the chances of patients needing to be moved into nursing homes, a study suggests.</b><p>Donepezil is used to slow the decline of people with mild to moderate dementia.<p>But it tends not to be given to …

Dementia

Diagnosing Lewy Body Dementia is Tricky But Vital

50% of people with <i>Lewy Body Dementia</i> said they were originally misdiagnosed with a type of dementia such as Alzheimer's. Find out how LBD is …