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There should be no choice over donating organs

From today, you won't be able to get a driving licence unless you answer yes or no to the question of whether you wish to be included on the Organ Donor Registry. You might not think this is such a big deal: if you're joining a section of the population that does much to create both organ donors and the need for them, it's an elementary civic duty to make your mind up on the subject. 


Children's eating disorder figures cause alarm

More than 2,000 young people treated by NHS hospitals in past three years, with 98 aged between five and seven

More than 2,000 children have received treatment for eating disorders in the past three years, according to figures reported on Monday.


Rise in number of Sussex cancer patients

The number of middle aged people in Sussex developing cancer is on the rise. About 14 women and nine men in their 40s and 50s are diagnosed every day, according to Cancer Research UK. The charity believes the increase is partly due to more people being tested for breast and prostate cancer.

This has led to an improvement in survival rates because more people are being diagnosed sooner. Lifestyle factors, such as drinking alcohol, smoking and being overweight, are also increasing the risk.

Sally Evans, 55, of Holmcroft Gardens, Findon, near Worthing, was left reeling when she was called for her first routine mammogram only to learn she had cancer.

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 08:54


New plans to transform care for patients with respiratory diseases in the North West

Plans to transform the care, quality of life and health outcomes for people in the North West with lung and respiratory disease were announced today by Health Secretary Andrew Lansley.

Lung and respiratory diseases such as asthma and Chronic Obstructive  Pulmonary Disease (COPD) present a major problem for patients and the NHS in the North West where over one hundred and fifty thousand patients are believed to be living with the condition.

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 08:55


High-dose statins 'increase Type 2 diabetes risk'

Hundreds of thousands of people on high-dose statins are increasing their chances of developing diabetes, researchers warn today.

Taking 80mg of two types of widely prescribed statin - simvastatin or atorvastatin - increases the chance of developing Type 2 diabetes by 12 per cent over five years, compared to taking moderate dose statins (20mg or 40mg), they found.