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Lansley on public health - The Guardian
Public health White Paper plans set out by health secretary Andrew Lansley
Andrew Lansley promises radical new approach to public health

Hospital death rates - BBC
Dr Foster's analysis finds 19 NHS hospital trusts have higher rates than would be expected.
NHS death rates better - but some trusts still too high

Lung cancer in women - Daily Mail
Rates of lung cancer in women have risen, new data show
Lung cancer rate for women soars as quit smoking campaign falters

Walking and Alzheimer's - The Daily Telegraph
Progression of Alzheimer's disease may be slowed by walking five miles a week, research suggests.
Walking can slow decline in Alzheimer's

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