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Macmillan Cancer Support Working With NHS Improvement Trust to Enhance Cancer Care

Macmillan Cancer Support Working With NHS Improvement Trust to Enhance Cancer Ca

Many people won’t have even heard of it, and by looking at the current situation of health services it seems more obvious than anything.

Don’t Consume Too Much Of Salt!

Don’t Consume Too Much Of Salt!

While there is hardly any doubt that excessive intake of salt does no good, a recent report has send warning signals in the society by claiming that there is need to track down salt intake by one and

SWPHO Unleashes Varying Injury Death Rates

SWPHO Unleashes Varying Injury Death Rates

A recent report has revealed varying rates of injury cases across England.

Ovaries Transplant Can Prove Fruitful In Stopping Menopause

Ovaries Transplant Can Prove Fruitful In Stopping Menopause

There is some good news for women after doctors proved that ovary transplants remain effective for at least seven years and women could be able to halt the menopause and preserve their fertility.

Ofcom Caught Amidst Controversies

Ofcom Caught Amidst Controversies

Recently, O2 has showed its support to Vodafone by voicing against Ofcom's plan of allowing Orange and T-Mobile for 4G services in the UK by the end of this year.

Discussion Continues Over Releasing Oil Reserves

Discussion Continues Over Releasing Oil Reserves

According to sources, discussion between the UK Prime Minister, David Cameron and U. S. President, Barack Obama regarding the oil release is on the way of a substantial decision.

Standard Chartered Paid $53mn in Salary to its Bankers

Standard Chartered Paid $53mn in Salary to its Bankers

The life of Standard Chartered bankers is a lucrative one as they not only work in one of the top banks of the world, but their salary is also believed to be highest among all the bankers of the world

More Repayments than Actual Borrowings in February

More Repayments than Actual Borrowings in February

Recent reports are confirming more repayments than the borrowings.

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First Generation Stars were 140 Times Bigger than Sun: Study

Scientists in a recent report have revealed that they have found some traces of one of the first stars of the universe. They said that these traces were detected from a chemical composition that was taken from a prehistoric star found in the aura of the Milky Way galaxy.

Dr. Wako Aoki, from the National Observatory of Japan, lead author...

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