Daily Archives: 15/07/2015

Four reasons to consider writing a dissertation

A dissertation is arguably the most fulfilling academic task a student will undertake at university. While the idea of writing a dissertation for some students may feel like a daunting option they can pass up, for others, it is a compulsory requirement for their course. … Continue reading

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Amputations for diabetics in Britian on the increase

Britain has seen a 17 percent increase of people with diabetes undergo limb amputations by the NHS. Public Health England’s research data shows the figure rose from 6,026 to 7,041 people in the last five years – this equates to 116 amputations … Continue reading

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‘Go Set a Watchman’ Goes on Sale

The latest novel by Harper Lee, Go Set a Watchman, has gone on sale around the world. It has been five and a half decades since ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ was published. Many bookshops remained open all night to cope … Continue reading

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NHS pledge to tackle the over-medication of people with learning disabilities

NHS England will be hosting an urgent summit on 17 July to tackle the issue of over-medicating people with learning disabilities. A report by Public Health England revealed that up to 35,000 adults with learning disabilities are being over-prescribed medicines associated with … Continue reading

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