Health Headlines: Health Bill 'recommitting', GP appointments and culture for men's health

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Health Bill - Guardian   
Health secretary Andrew Lansley has admitted that the Health Bill may need to be ‘recommitted’ for more scrutiny after changes, delaying its passage through the Commons.
NHS bill may need fresh scrutiny from MPs after 'listening exercise'


GP appointments – BBC
Growing numbers of parents are bypassing GPs and taking children straight to A&E departments for non-emergency treatment, researchers say.
Parents 'bypassing GPs' for non-urgent child treatment


Men’s health - The Daily Telegraph  
Visiting art galleries, watching plays and going to concerts is good for men’s health and happiness, researchers say.
Cultural activities good for men's health and happiness

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