Health Headlines: Lord's rebellion, prescription charges and pot-bellied men

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NHS reform - The Daily Telegraph

The Health Bill could be held up for over a year as a rebellion in the House of Lords looms.
Lansley defiant amid claims of Lords rebellion over NHS reforms

Prescriptions - The BBC

Scotland abolishes prescription charges, meaning England is now the only country in the UK with the fees.
Prescription charges abolished in Scotland

Men's health - The Daily Mail

A large waistline increases the risk of age-related macular degeneration in men, a study finds.
Men with a pot belly are 'more likely to go blind'


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