News archive from 1 May 2013, page 8

Police to 'tag' dementia patients

Elderly care campaigners have branded a police force's decision to buy tracking devices for dementia patients as "completely wrong". Sussex Police have bought 15 GPS tags in a bid to save money searching for pensioners who often go missing,...

 

Implants 'raise cancer death risk'

Women who have breast implants and go on to have breast cancer have a greater risk of dying from the disease than those without, a new study has suggested. Researchers said that patients with cosmetic implants have a 38% higher risk of dying from...

 

Implants 'raise cancer death risk'

Women who have breast implants and go on to have breast cancer have a greater risk of dying from the disease than those without, a new study has suggested. Researchers said that patients with cosmetic implants have a 38% higher risk of dying from...

 
Leaders: Sensible move on wind farms has pitfalls

Leaders: Sensible move on wind farms has pitfalls

THERE are few subjects more contentious in contemporary Scotland than wind farms. To some they are not only magnificent structures, they are also happy portents of a future where we can rely less on fossil fuels and help control climate change. To...

 

Why you shouldn't make key decisions on a plane: Change in air pressure means brain has less oxygen,...

Next time you fly, here's the perfect excuse to switch off your work laptop, put down the crossword and settle in with a drink and an in-flight movie.Travelling by plane can make it more difficult to think, according to Britain's foremost aviation...

Daily Mail, 00:25 in Health
 

Why you shouldn't make key decisions on a plane: Change in air pressure means brain has less oxygen,...

Next time you fly, here's the perfect excuse to switch off your work laptop, put down the crossword and settle in with a drink and an in-flight movie.Travelling by plane can make it more difficult to think, according to Britain's foremost aviation...

Daily Mail, 00:25 in Health
 

Tractor drivers and crew wanted at Mablethorpe Lifeboat Station

The Mablethorpe RNLI Lifeboat Station is in need of more operational volunteers to help crew and launch the lifeboats including drivers for the tractor. The charity is hoping to attract people from all walks of life and Mablethorpe RNLI Lifeboat...

 

Police to 'tag' dementia patients

Elderly care campaigners have branded a police force's decision to buy tracking devices for dementia patients as "completely wrong". Sussex Police have bought 15 GPS tags in a bid to save money searching for pensioners who often go missing,...

 
Comment: University code will see Scotland lead again

Comment: University code will see Scotland lead again

The issue of university governance is an important one, and merits a serious discussion. I chaired a steering group that was asked to consider the wider recommendations of a group led by the principal of Robert Gordon University, Professor Ferdinand...

Scotsman, 00:28 in Learning
 

Implants 'raise cancer death risk'

Women who have breast implants and go on to have breast cancer have a greater risk of dying from the disease than those without, a new study has suggested. Researchers said that patients with cosmetic implants have a 38% higher risk of dying from...

 
Castlebrae High to be scientific centre

Castlebrae High to be scientific centre

EDUCATION chiefs have revealed they want the replacement for Castlebrae High to be a centre of scientific excellence in a bid to reverse the fortunes of a school slated as the worst in Scotland. Council leaders hope experts at the Capital’s burgeoning...

Scotsman, 00:28 in Learning
 

Star Trek Into Darkness – review

Link to video: Star Trek Into Darkness: watch Benedict Cumberbatch in the first trailer Director JJ Abrams has followed up his sensational 2009 Star Trek reboot with a sparkling 3D sequel. Star Trek Into Darkness Production year: 2013 Directors: JJ...

 

New drug 'could save the NHS £70m'

A new drug for Type 2 diabetes launched in the UK could save the NHS £70 million over the next five years, according to its manufacturer. Lixisenatide, marketed under the name Lyxumia, is self-administered once a day using an injection pen. The drug...

 

New drug 'could save the NHS £70m'

A new drug for Type 2 diabetes launched in the UK could save the NHS £70 million over the next five years, according to its manufacturer. Lixisenatide, marketed under the name Lyxumia, is self-administered once a day using an injection pen. The drug...

 

New drug 'could save the NHS £70m'

A new drug for Type 2 diabetes launched in the UK could save the NHS £70 million over the next five years, according to its manufacturer. Lixisenatide, marketed under the name Lyxumia, is self-administered once a day using an injection pen. The drug...

 


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