Health Headlines: Practices on stock market, passive smoking and bowel cancer

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GP practices on stock market - The Guardian
The government's health service reforms could lead to GP practices being partially floated on the stock market, it has been suggested. NHS reform could see GP surgeries on stock market

Passive smoking - The BBC
Exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke as a child or adult appears to increase a woman's risk of breast cancer, experts say. Passive smoking 'raises breast cancer risk'

Bowel cancer - The Daily Mail
Regular exercise can significantly cut the risk of bowel cancer, research shows. It's good to walk: Regular exercise cuts bowel cancer risk by a third

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