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New policy allows Britons to decide on treatment center

The right to choose health policy to Briton citizen could increase advertising competition among Britain hospitals. The new policy is aimed at // reducing the waiting time of the patients for getting treatment from NHS as the people can make their own choice of treatment at any of the four NHS centers or private hospitals at their comfortable location and choice. Health Secretary as assured tha...

More Britons Take To Alcohol Because Of Stress

More and more people in the UK are turning to smoking and alcohol to overcome stress connected with IT-related problems like computers crashing, mobiles and automated call centers, //according to a recent study. The study was conducted by the Britain's charity Developing Patient Partnerships (DPP). ....The DPP conducted a poll of 1,000 people last year. One third of them said IT-related problems...

28 million Britons to take telephonic hearing test

The Royal National Institute of Deaf People with collaboration with Trade Union Congress has launched a Sound Breaking Campaign which aims at checking the hearing capacity of 28 million people // in United Kingdom through a telephonic conversation test. It is estimated that more than 4 million people in United Kingdom may have some kind of hearing impairment and has to be treated which requires e...

Indian Herbal beer for Britons

Indian Beer Ladybird Bio beer which contains various herbs and vitamins is to hit Britain and is expected to have lot of takers, as the new beer does not increase obesity which is a great problem for beer drinkers//. ....The beer, invented by Srinivasa Amarnath over 10 years, is said to contain ingredients to stop revelers getting a sore head the next morning. It also uses the usual ingredients...

Government Takes Steps to Reduce Binge Drinking Among Britons

According to the recent survey it was found that Britons are Europe's top drinkers in bars and restaurants. The report from the market watchers Datamonitor// said that they consumed the equivalent of 2.2 pints of lager. Germans and Spaniards drank the equivalent of 1.9 pints, followed by the Swedes who were the most abstemious at 1.5 pints, below the European average of 1.8 pints. But when analy...

Britons Believe In The Paranormal Phenomena

According to a study conducted by Readers Digest Magazine for a poll it was astonishing that Britons were hard core believers of supernatural and psychic powers. // About 50% of them said that they believe in possessing mind-reading and premonition ability. The study surveyed about 1,006 adults and 43% said that they could read others' thoughts or had their thoughts read by an expert. About 50% s...

Britons Turn to Alcohol Due to Work Stress

People in Britain have the longest working hours in Europe - a reason that is driving them to drink and jeopardising their health, says a study //. ....Stress expert Cary Cooper, of Lancaster University, said the changing patterns of work seem to be having their negative effect on men's health, particularly those working in professions such as law and finance, reported the online edition of the D...

Britons don't Need Malaria Pills Before Visiting India

Britons no longer need to take malaria tablets before travelling to India, according to a recommendation by TropMedEurop, an electronic network of infectious disease specialists//. ....The organisation's research analysed all the malaria cases imported into eight European countries from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka between 1999 and 2004. ....Even though malaria remains a hazard in...

A Plant Used By Ancient Britons Found To Have Properties To Fight Cancer

Researchers have found that plant ‘Woad’, which was once used as war paint by ancient Britons and Celtic warriors to strike fear into the hearts of their enemies, could now// be used in the battle against cancer ....It was explained that the plant was used to get blue dye for the war paint is a rich source of a compound that fights breast cancer, scientists have found. They also mentioned that W...

Britons Are Bloating!

The latest Government report in UK, states that British public are putting on so much weight that nearly a one third of the population will be obese within the next four// years. ....The distressing projection that has been published by the Department of Health, earlier in the week, states that by 2010, more than 14 million adults and children would get very dangerously fat, and on all probabili...

Britons 'In Denial' Over Effects Of Alcohol

Britons are in denial over the effects of drinking too much alcohol on their health, according to a new survey by Legal & General//. While alcohol-related deaths have doubled in last 15 years, just 12% out of 4,640 adults who were questioned during the last 3 months, worried about the effects of over drinking wherein other respondents were more concerned about lack of sleep, exercise and too much...

Britons soon will practise telling GPs how to practice

The British government has been investing millions of pounds into health care. The Department of Health is now planning to conduct a massive survey to determine how// accessible the services are to the patients in Britain. Through the intended survey, patients are going to be endowed with the special privilege of playing a part in contributing to the doctor’s income. ..The Prime Minister during h...
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