Kaizen Healthcare’s weekly news round-up
15th March 2016
Each week, we take a look at the papers and internet to bring you a round-up of the latest and most interesting health-related news.
Here are eight stories that have hit the headlines in the past week…
- ‘Urgent appeal as some blood supplies down to five days’ – via Irish Times
- ‘Physical activity cuts Alzheimer risk in half’ – via Irish Health
- ‘Food safety group wants shops to ban children from buying energy drinks’ – via Irish Examiner
- ‘New rules could see pharmacy assistants made redundant’ – via The Journal
- ‘Two-thirds of breast cancer patients no longer need mastectomies’ – via The Independent
- ‘Warning on epilepsy drug use in pregnancy’ – via Irish Health
- ‘Department Health considers move to former Bank of Ireland building’ – via Breaking News
- ‘Legal protection for whistleblowers over hospital errors to be introduced in England’ – via Pharmaceutical Journal
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