Health Headlines: Dementia care, MS and drugs misuse

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Dementia care – BBC News
Nursing care for people with dementia needs a radical overhaul, the King’s Fund has warned. Dementia nursing care needs overhaul, says King's Fund

MS advance – The Independent
Experts have hailed a breakthrough in the understanding of MS that could lead to the development of drugs to reverse the condition. Breakthrough could lead to MS drug

Drugs misuse – BBC News
Campaigners have criticised government plans to remove the legal requirement for scientists to be on the Advisory Council for the Misuse of Drugs. Drugs advice body needs scientists, say campaigners

Heart attack - Daily Mail
Patients who suffer heart attacks could improve their odds of survival by eating a vitamin common to Marmite, according to experts. Love it or hate it, eating Marmite can help heart attack victims live longer

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