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vrijdag 10 augustus 2018

Exercising three to five times a week benefits mental health

Exercising three to five times a week benefits mental health
A study of 1.2 million people has suggested that people who exercise regularly have, on average, 1.5 fewer days of poor mental health a month that those who do not exercise.
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Sleep-in shift pay debate set to reach Supreme Court
A debate over how much carers staying at their place of work overnight should be paid is set to be taken to the UK's highest court.
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Exclusive: Plastic spouted beakers 'infantilise' patients
The object in question resembles a toddler's drinking cup. It's plastic and there's a lid from which protrudes a wide, circular spout. But you won't find a Thomas the Tank Engine logo on it, as this receptacle – the plastic spouted beaker – is what many older patients in care homes and some NHS...
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Fears for public health services as council unveils £70m cuts
Fears have been raised about the fate of public health provision in a county run by a beleaguered council in financial crisis.
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Nursing director becomes chief exec of hospital trust
Senior nurse Louise Stead has been appointed as the new chief executive of Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
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Labour criticises continued NHS reliance on agency nurses
Ministers must "bring forward" a sustainable, long term workforce plan for the NHS that reduces reliance on expensive agency workers, according to the Labour Party.
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