Health Headlines: GPC condemns 'quality premium', Lansley accepts change and girls' iodine levels

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GPC condemns 'quality premium' - The Daily Telegraph
The GPC has described Government plans to hand bonuses to high-performing new GP groups as 'completely unethical'.
Even doctors call bonus plan 'completely unethical'

Lansley accepts change - The BBC
Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has said he is ready to accept 'substantial and significant' alterations to plans for changes in the NHS in England.
NHS health reforms could change - Andrew Lansley

Low iodine levels in girls - The Daily Mail
Schoolgirls have dangerously low levels of iodine, which could put the health of future generations at risk, claim British researchers.
Girls' lack of iodine 'could harm babies' (and it's due to a lack of milk)

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