Health Headlines: Sunbed ban, alcohol cancer risk and NHS language tests

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Sunbed ban - BBC
Businesses in England and Wales that allow under-18s to use sunbeds risk being fined up to £20,000 under new legislation.
Child sunbed use: Firms face huge fines

Alcohol cancer risk - Daily Telegraph
Alcohol causes about 13,000 cancers a year in Britain, according to a pan-European study published today (FRI) in the British Medical Journal.
Alcohol 'causes 13,000 cancer cases a year'
Read the GP story: Alcohol causes one in 10 male cancers

NHS language tests - Daily Telegraph
Foreign doctors should face tests of their English skills before they can work in the UK, NHS leaders have told the European Commission.
NHS calls for language tests on foreign doctors

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