Tag Archives: Shortage

Family of five forced out

Bryan Seymour Today Tonight A family of five has been left homeless because of rising rent and a desperate shortage of public housing, forcing them to live in their car.

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A study analyzes the causes of the trafficking of women in China

Ana Herrera EurekAlert This release is available in Spanish. This study is part of broader research that these scientists are carrying out on the imbalance of the sexes in China and its potential consequences. This phenomenon started to be noticed … Continue reading

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British doctors endorse radical solutions to organ shortage

Michael Cook BioEdge Some of the most controversial methods of obtaining organs have been endorsed by the British Medical Association in a report released this week. “Building on Progress: what next for organ donation policy in the UK?” laments “the … Continue reading

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Doctors’ radical plan to tackle organ shortage: Patients could be kept alive to become donors and hearts retrieved from newborn babies in controversial BMA proposals

Jennifer Miller Bio Ethics International [Denis Campbell, Guardian] Patients could be kept alive solely so they can become organ donors, hearts could be retrieved from newborn babies for the first time, and body parts could be taken from high-risk donors … Continue reading

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Elderly told: go back to work and downsize

Tim Ross Telegraph Elderly people should be encouraged to go back to work and move into smaller homes, one of David Cameron’s key advisers said last night. David Halpern, a senior No.10 aide, said loneliness was a “more powerful predictor” … Continue reading

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EU at risk of teacher shortage

Nikolaj Nielsen EU Observer EU countries are beginning to note shortages of specialised teachers in a problem that looks set to get worse, the European Commission has warned. The commission study – out Friday (10 February) – noted that a … Continue reading

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Chronic shortage of family doctors leaves NHS in crisis as some GPs are found to be responsible for 9,000 patients each

Source: Daily Mail The NHS is facing a crisis as a chronic shortage of family doctors has left some overworked GPs responsible for a staggering 9,000 patients, according to official figures. More than one million people were registered with a … Continue reading

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Scorpion in your soup? EU spends £2.5m encouraging people to eat insects

Source: Mail Online Nutrition experts have found a cheap way to help save the environment and solve the food shortage crisis. They have found an abundant supply of food rich in calcium and protein, while low in fat. But the … Continue reading

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