Health Headlines: NHS data breach, ambulance review and fruit juice 'too sugary'

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NHS data breach - Guardian
Hospitals and primary care trusts alerted to security breach, but no patient's medical records accessed during incident
Sony hackers target NHS computers

Ambulances focused on targets over patients - BBC
Ambulance services have been too focused on response times and not enough on patient care, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).
Ambulances must focus on patients

Fruit juice 'too sugary' to count towards five-a-day - Telegraph
Fruit juice should not be counted as one of your five-a-day because it contains too much sugar – but dried fruit should, two new studies suggest.
Fruit juice 'has too much sugar for it to be a five-a-day'

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8566085/Fruit-juice-has-too-much-sugar-for-it-to-be-a-five-a-day.html

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