There have already been outbreaks in Manchester, London, Edinburgh, and Birmingham, but deaths are not centrally recorded.
Kay seemed seriously unwell. These days, however, GPs are expected to discuss potential admissions first.
Loss of empathy, memory impairment and higher risks of cancer are all linked to lack of sleep. So why don’t we turn in earlier?
Pregnancy and childbirth are unpredictable, so call the midwife – preferably one you’ve met before.
Most people aged 30-45 will not have enough money to retire unless the government addresses the intergenerational inequality of the current pensions system, writes Jon Greer, retirement policy expert at Old Mutual Wealth.
“Don’t you understand he’s autistic?” Steve shouted down the phone. “I manage all his affairs, and I need medical information to put on his benefits forms.”
You’ll never get anyone with teeth like that, said C, and packed me off to the dentist.
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