In this week’s news article we take a look at the celebrations being held to mark the anniversary of the Battle of Boyne.
A new study has revealed that the number of elderly people aged 85 and over needing 24-hour care is set to double, and that the care system is now at breaking point.
In this week’s news roundup the NHS marks it’s 70th birthday, and across the world twelve boys in Thailand have been trapped in a cave, and could be for several months to come! Happy Birthday NHS The National Health Service (NHS) turned Read More
This week’s news looks at the budget rise which the NHS has received from Theresa May and a high court ruling which has refused a bid for gender neutral passports. In America, Donald Trump has promised to keep migrant families together after Read More
In the news this week, astronauts have found evidence that life could be present on Mars. In other news, Northern Ireland’s case to have their abortion law changed was dismissed and US celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain has sadly died. Could There Be Read More
In the news this week; doctors are hoping for a blindness cure after miraculously restoring one patients sight. The people of Ireland prepare to vote on the abortion referendum today (May 25), which could mean an end to the abortion restrictions in Read More
This weeks news see’s the miracle of childbirth: a son born to parents who are no longer with us. A thoughtful message to Europe and the unsettling research that shows people who wake later may not enjoy a life as long as Read More
Recent news has celebrated the birthdays of two British men both turning 110 on the same day. In the rest of the UK, Theresa May has been speaking about Brexit and the newly proposed drinks bottles deposit. Britain’s Oldest Men Alfred Smith Read More
This week’s news collection includes reports that the NHS is recruiting pharmacists to work in care homes across country. Elsewhere, we report on the sad news of Stephen Hawking’s passing this week. Pharmacists in UK Care Homes The NHS is attempting to reduce Read More
The main news this week concerns people looking up symptoms on the internet. This method of ‘self-diagnosis’ is leading to people worrying excessively about their health and booking unnecessary appointments and tests. This is also known as Cyber-Chondria. Elsewhere, a 13-year-old girl who Read More