Health Headlines: NHS crime, Heart attacks and skin cancer

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NHS Crime - The Scotsman
Equipment worth more than £1 million has been lost or stolen from the NHS in Scotland over a 12-month period, figures suggest. Crime and carelessness costing NHS over £1m

Heart attacks - Guardian
Air pollution is a bigger trigger of heart attacks than physical exertion, alcohol and taking cocaine, a study has shown. Air pollution worse than cocaine for triggering heart attacks, says study

Skin cancer - The Telegraph
A tiny laser that can detect signs of skin cancer could save thousands of lives, researchers say. Tiny laser 'detects signs of skin cancer'

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