Health Headlines: Measles cases rise, new cholesterol form and MPs attack Clegg

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Measles outbreak - The BBC
Parents in England and Wales are being urged to have their children vaccinated after a tenfold rise in measles cases in the first four months of the year.
Measles outbreak prompts plea to vaccinate children

New cholesterol found - The Daily Mail
Scientists have discovered a new form of ‘ultra-bad’ cholesterol that increases the risk of heart disease, called MGmin-LDL.
Found, the 'ultra-bad' cholesterol present in elderly and Type 2 diabetes sufferers

MPs campaign- The Daily Telegraph
Conservative MPs are planning a sustained political assault on Nick Clegg to stop the Deputy Prime Minister delaying and diluting Coalition health reforms.
Tory MPs in campaign to stop Nick Clegg diluting NHS reforms

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