UK Health Newswire Archive
28-03-2007 16:35Public Meeting
7.30 pm Monday 2nd April
Emmanuel United Reform Church, Trumpington St.
Thursday 29th March 2007 is the 4th anniversary of the uranium aerosols from the 'shock and awe' bombing of Iraq, reaching the UK. Today David Wilson, Press Office for the Stop the War Coalition, published an article on DU, which follows.
27-03-2007 10:48A crissie-front organisation posing as a pregnancy counselling service has premises in Oxford High Street and advertises on Fox FM as offering unbiased counselling.
27-03-2007 10:10I will try to bring to light some of the problems faced by medical applicants today. Apart from being expected to obatin amazing grades, we have to pay hundresds of pounds to do an IQ test that will decide our future.
26-03-2007 16:19Across the country, fortnightly collection of rubbish has proved to be an unmitigated disaster.
25-03-2007 12:15A 'must-read' report from Nobel Peace prize winning organisation Physicians for Social Responsibility
20-03-2007 14:52The government is to carry out tests to see how toxic substances would spread if used by terrorists on the Tube.
Found at: http://www.underthecarpet.co.uk/Pages/NewsArticle.php?num=1748
original source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/england/london/6454075.stm
17-03-2007 15:0812,000 or more doctors marched in protest against government-imposed reforms to medical training that have
17-03-2007 12:49Consumer giant Marks and Spencer leap to astonishing and shameful lengths to protect profits by hoarding, wasting and spoiling food.
16-03-2007 19:54Tomorrow there is a march in London (and also in Glasgow) starting at 11am from the Royal College of Physicians. This is to protest against the farce that has been unfolding the past few months related to junior doctors' training which is likely to see between 8-15 thousand doctors unemployed come the beginning of August.
15-03-2007 15:44Published on Wednesday, March 14, 2007 by Reuters
GMO Corn Causes Liver, Kidney Problems in Rats: Study
Environmental group Greenpeace launched a fresh attack on genetically modified maize developed by U.S. biotech giant Monsanto, saying on Tuesday that rats fed on one version developed liver and kidney problems.
12-03-2007 15:21UK authorities have warned baby food companies to stop making illegal claims on infant formula labels.