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vrijdag 4 mei 2018

BBC Health: Obesity and BMI: 'If I wasn't this size I wouldn't have a job'

Obesity and BMI: 'If I wasn't this size I wouldn't have a job'
Three people talk about how they don't worry about being classed as obese because they need to be bigger for their jobs.
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Failings in learning disability deaths, report finds
A review, commissioned after the death of Connor Sparrowhawk, found failings in one in eight deaths.
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Vaginal mesh op 'should be last resort' in Wales
Instead of mesh being used in operations, preventative measures should be promoted, experts say.
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Callum Cartlidge: Boy, 8, 'failed' by Worcestershire hospital
A coroner said Callum Cartlidge's death would have been prevented if a blood test had been done.
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Breast screen error: 'People at the top need to admit to the problem'
Helen Jarvis has been affected by the breast cancer screening error. She said there were problems with the helpline.
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