In this week’s news article we take a look at the celebrations being held to mark the anniversary of the Battle of Boyne.
In the headlines this week we’ve heard how drinking too much – or too little – may be linked to dementia with scientists sharing their thoughts.
Our main headline this week is that the supermarket chain Morrisons have introduced a weekly ‘quiet hour’ for shoppers with autism who struggle with music and noise.
Cancer patients are waiting longer than ever to start their live-saving treatment, according to research on patient waiting times for 2018. One of Britain’s favourite TV personalities Dame Barbara Windsor has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and London Mayor Sadiq Khan Read More
It’s a very Royal news round-up this week with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcoming their third child, and Prince Harry has announced who will be his best man at his wedding to Meghan Markle. In other news around the UK, Read More
The main news in this week’s round-up is that two “breakthrough” drugs to treat breast cancer have been given the green light by the NHS. The decision means that around 8000 people in England will now have access to this form of Read More
This week’s news round-up includes reports that the number of people waiting more than six months to have their operations has increased by 40% in just one year. Elsewhere, dementia has become the nation’s biggest killer, taking over from heart disease for Read More
This week’s news round-up is headlined by reports that a new government plan hopes to speed up the time it takes for new, life-changing medicines to reach NHS patients. In April next year, five new drugs will be selected for fast-tracking. Elsewhere, Read More
A study from researchers at The King’s College London, has shown that brain training for elderly people has huge benefits. The brain training for this research, uses online games which exercise someone’s reasoning and their memory skills. The package used in this study Read More
The main headline for our news round-up this week concerns tap water, with claims that drinking it could help reduce your risk of developing dementia. Elsewhere, there’s concerning news coming from the care sector. A new report has revealed that the elderly Read More