Stating that the NHS reforms will cause irreparable damage to patient care, scrapping the bill has been suggested by the professional body representing GPs.
Declaring outright opposition to the plans, Prime Minister has been sent a letter by the members of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
This opposition has come even from GPs despite the government planning to put them as main beneficiaries of the controversial reforms which would hand them direct control over NHS services and budgets in their local area.
According to researchers, there is a huge risk of a baby having birth defects if the mother has diabetes during or before pregnancies.
Over 400,000 pregnancies from north-east England were analyzed by experts for a study.
There was an increased risk of birth problems like congenital heart disease and spina bifida.
Sugar levels should be under check even before a woman plans to conceive, national guidelines recommend.
The amount of sugar can be difficult to control in both Type 1 diabetes, which tends to appear in childhood, and Type 2 diabetes, largely as a result of diet.
MPs have stated that a way to cut down health spending without making much difference to the vital services is being hindered by the Government's controversial NHS shake-up.,
A report was made in which it was stated that in an attempt to save £20bn by 2014, short-term measures that are like salami slicing are being taken by hospitals and this is not going to yield benefits.
On January 14, a hospital poisoner led to deaths of people and this was known yesterday only.
Linda McDonagh who was 60 years of age and had a three year old died on January 14 and last Friday it was 73-year-old John Beeley.
The incidents took place at Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport in Greater Manchester where saline drips of about 21 people were contaminated with insulin.
After a deadly bacterium took life of three babies, the source of infection is being located by the hospital staff at the maternity unit of the hospital.
The deaths that happened at the Royal Maternity Hospital in Belfast happened due to a bacterium called pseudomonas and as a preventive measure; samples from other babies have also been taken.
Deep cleaning will be done at the area where they were being treated. Worried relatives will be assisted with a helpline that has been established.
The way a fund has been set up for tour operators, similarly a fund should be set up for all those who have got affected by the faulty breast implants, said Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, who is leading a Government review into lessons that can be learned from the episode.
He further threw light on the way the cosmetics industry was run and how safety was put after the profits.
A vast bill might be picked up by the taxpayer in an attempt to remove implants made by a PIP or Poly Implant Prosthese, which is a French company and it used industrial-grade silicone filler.
The uncertainty surrounding AT&T's planned $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA increased recently when the proposed merger hit yet another stumbling block --- with the Federal Communication Commission (FCC)'s chairman stating on Friday that the merger failed to meet the FCC's standard for approval.
According to the findings of a new research carried out by a campaign group called Big Brother Watch, the implementation of stricter guidelines by the ICO have apparently failed to prevent loss of sensitive information by the UK councils --- with the councils having lost data more than 1,000 times in the last three-year period.
Going by the statistics put forth by the campaign group, it had been acknowledged by as many as 132 local authorities that they had lost sensitive data 1,035 times during the period between 2008 and 2011.
Activision Blizzard Inc.'s "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3" broke previous first-day sales records by moving a record number of copies in North America and the United Kingdom on the very first day of its launch.
The acclaimed videogames company revealed on Friday that it moved around 6.5 million units of the latest title from the popular war-game franchise and pocketed a revenue of $400 million (£250m).
The UK Prime Minister David Cameron's recent unveiling of an interactive map of East London's technology cluster has chiefly underscored the expansion of Old Street's "silicon roundabout", with the disclosure that there are over 600 firms in the Tech City area.
It is clear that the Tech City area has witnessed tremendous growth over the last one year, given the fact that there were only about 200 tech firms based there in 2010.
According to a 'State of the Internet' report by Akamai for the latest quarter, the UK features at a shamed 15th place in the list of 22 European nations boasting high-speed broadband connectivity --- the list being topped by The Netherlands.
As per the Akamai report, which essentially studies broadband connections around the globe, The Netherlands boasts the fastest Internet connection among the European countries; with a minimum of 5Mbit/s being clocked by over 68 percent of the broadband connections in the country.
A 20-year-old satellite, which weighs around 6 tons, is expected to crash tonight, a scientist state that the people in the UK will be able to see the action.
The scientist reveals that after the satellite crashes, it will take a form of a fireball, and will be clearly visible in the UK and in the countries located around it. The satellite will be seen moving from north to the west.
Finally, the Science Museum in London has decided to support John Graham for constructing Charles Babbage's mechanical computer. Babbage was a British mathematician and was the mastermind behind introduction of an Analytical Engine in 1837. When he was trying to launch a way for producing involuntary mathematical tables at that time, he got to know about the engine.
Application conference will be held in various educational institutions of the UK, to discuss the developments in the field. The conference is going to be held in Aberystwyth University, where the development of iPhone and iPad applications will be discussed.
The conference is expected to be attended by 170 representatives from various countries, some coming from Europe, US and Israel. The event will continue for three days is going to be started on Wednesday. The conference will be graced by Chris Price; Coordinator of iOS DEV will also contribute his bit.
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