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“No deal” Brexit threatens nationwide medical shortages

"No deal" Brexit threatens nationwide medical shortages

In the event that the United Kingdom and the European Union fail to reach a deal on Brexit, poor government planning could result in hospitals facing shortages in medicine and medical devices, the trade association for the National Health Service warned in an email obtained by The Times. The big ...

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Australia’s biggest online travel sale kicks off

Australia's biggest online travel sale kicks off

There’s no better way to get over the winter blues than booking a holiday somewhere warm. More than a million people are expected to log on to Click Frenzy Travel when it kicks off at 7pm tonight – a 24 hour online sale offering flight and accommodation deals up to ...

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Warning to holidaymakers after 37 die as measles cases soar in Europe

Warning to holidaymakers after 37 die as measles cases soar in Europe

The WHO has called for better surveillance and increased immunisation rates to prevent the disease from becoming endemic. While measles is not too serious, it can lead to serious and potentially life-threatening complications in some people, such as infections of the lungs (pneumonia) and brain (encephalitis). In 2016, the WHO ...

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Travellers warned to check they are vaccinated against measles as European cases soar to eight-year high

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0. 8em)–sm” type=”text” content=”span class=s1People travelling to Europe this summer have been warned to make sure they arestronga href=https://uk.news. yahoo.com/measles-outbreak-hits-england-parents-shun-mmr-vaccine-125557167. html vaccinated against measles/a/strong after it emerged cases in the continent have reached an eight-year high./span” data-reactid=”31″>People travelling to Europe this summer have been warned ...

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