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Barn owls don't lose their hearing with age, scientists find - The Guardian


The Guardian

Barn owls don't lose their hearing with age, scientists find
The Guardian
Testing revealed no statistical difference between the hearing ability of young and very elderly captive barn owls. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo. Birds. Barn owls don't lose their hearing with age, scientists find. Findings leave researchers hopeful ...
Secret to why birds DON'T lose their hearing with age could help treat deafness in the elderlyDaily Mail
Owl ears offer hope for deafThe Times
Old barn owls aren't hard of hearingScience News Magazine (blog)
International Business Times UK
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Published on 20 September 2017 | 5:01 am


Woman, 47, stuns medical world by giving birth to baby doctors thought was cancer… after going through the menopause - The Sun


The Sun

Woman, 47, stuns medical world by giving birth to baby doctors thought was cancer… after going through the menopause
The Sun
MENOPAUSE mum Tess Morten gave her husband the shock news she was pregnant after returning home from an emergency hospital scan, telling him: “It's not cancer, it's a baby in my tummy.” The 47-year-old, who was on HRT, had been warned by her GP ...
Woman, 47, has a baby SEVEN YEARS after she went through the menopause - after going for a cancer scan because ...Daily Mail

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Published on 20 September 2017 | 4:49 am


Red squirrels have rosy future as numbers soar in Aberdeen - The Times


The Times

Red squirrels have rosy future as numbers soar in Aberdeen
The Times
Native red squirrels are winning the war with their grey rivals in one of Scotland's biggest cities. Reds have struggled until now to gain a foothold in Aberdeen because greys have maintained an isolated population in the city. Now they are not only ...
Red squirrel sees off grey invaders in North East woodThe Scotsman
Red squirrels returning to Aberdeen woodlands in increasing numbersChorley Citizen
Red squirrels 'winning battle with greys' in Aberdeen woodsBBC News
Metro
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Published on 19 September 2017 | 11:02 pm


Gap year student died after private hospital refused to treat him - The Times


The Times

Gap year student died after private hospital refused to treat him
The Times
A student on a gap year visit to Cambodia died after a private ambulance crew refused to take him to hospital because they thought he did not have medical insurance, an inquest has heard. Kit Mallinson, 18, had been suffering from a chest infection and ...
Inquest of Kit Mallinson, 18, from Bridport, who died in CambodiaDorset Echo
Parents of gap year Briton, 18, who died backpacking in Cambodia accuse authorites of 'cover-up'Evening Standard
British backpacker died in Cambodia after medics refused immediate treatmentTravelMole
BBC News -Metro Newspaper UK -Daily Mail -The Sun
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Published on 19 September 2017 | 11:02 pm


'Threadbare' care system is 'failing' elderly and vulnerable people - ITV News


ITV News

'Threadbare' care system is 'failing' elderly and vulnerable people
ITV News
Social workers from across England have blown the whistle on a "threadbare" care system, with new evidence suggesting elderly and vulnerable people are being failed across the country. 469 social workers from every region in England responded to an ...
'Intense pressure' to ration social care for vulnerable people, says reportNews & Star
One in four care workers say cuts are leaving vulnerable patients bereft of dignity making the service they provide ...Daily Mail

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Published on 19 September 2017 | 11:01 pm


Too few antibiotics in pipeline to tackle global drug-resistance crisis, WHO warns - The Guardian


The Guardian

Too few antibiotics in pipeline to tackle global drug-resistance crisis, WHO warns
The Guardian
Tuberculosis medication. There are 250,000 deaths a year from drug-resistant TB and only 52% of patients globally are successfully treated. Photograph: Kevin Frayer/AP. Antibiotics. Too few antibiotics in pipeline to tackle global drug-resistance ...
The world is running out of antibiotics, WHO saysCNN
Drug-resistant infections are a 'global health emergency': WHOEconomic Times
WHO report paints dire picture of antibiotic developmentCIDRAP
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Published on 19 September 2017 | 10:00 pm








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