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RCOG statement on the Sunday Times article ‘Doctors: let us kill disabled babies'

5 monthes ago   |   By RCOG

The article 'Doctors: let us kill disabled babies' reveals the concerns of the medical, scientific and lay communities regarding the survival of severely premature newborns.
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When does Andy Murray play next? What time will Murray play at Queen's Club?

When does Andy Murray play next? What time will Murray play at Queen's Club?

Andy Murray is set for a stunning comeback to professional tennis at the Queen's Club Championships. The former World Number 1 will play through the pain as he seeks to end his... Read more ...

Hay fever hell: Pollen bomb hits TODAY - millions affected by asthma attacks

Hay fever hell: Pollen bomb hits TODAY - millions affected by asthma attacks

HAY FEVER symptoms could be severe for many sufferers across England today , with the MET Office forecasting moderate to high levels across the country. For asthma sufferers... Read more ...

Montana Brown calls Love Island's Anton ‘ugly' despite urging people to be...

Montana Brown calls Love Island's Anton ‘ugly' despite urging people to be kinder

Montana has been slammed for her comments on Anton from Love Island Either this is honesty as honesty or Montana Brown has plum forgotten her own message, as she called Love... Read more ...

Best fitness tracker in India: The top activity bands in 2019

Best fitness tracker in India: The top activity bands in 2019

The whole catalogue of fitness-centric tech products have seen immense demand over the past few years, but the most sought after way to track your daily activities seems to be... Read more ...

Furniture maker ‘told to stop using broom because of health and safety'

Furniture maker ‘told to stop using broom because of health and safety'

He says he's going to keep the broom anyway A furniture maker claims he has been told not to use a broom to sweep up anymore because it can be harmful to health. Michael... Read more ...

Health Secretary Matt Hancock comes out in support for Boris Johnson as next...

Health Secretary Matt Hancock comes out in support for Boris Johnson as next Tory leader

The Health Secretary, who dropped out on Friday after a disappointing result in the first round, has thrown his weight behind the frontrunner after the pair agreed a... Read more ...

EastEnders spoilers: Fears for Mick Carter as he suffers heart attack in...

EastEnders spoilers: Fears for Mick Carter as he suffers heart attack in health scare

EASTENDERS fans will no doubt be fearful for Mick Carter as it has been revealed the Queen Vic landlord will suffer a heart attack in an unexpected health scare. Read more ...

High blood pressure warning: The severe sign in your eyes you shouldn't ignore

High blood pressure warning: The severe sign in your eyes you shouldn't ignore

HIGH blood pressure is caused by narrowing blood vessels making the heart work harder to pump through the vessels. This increased workload causes a spike in bp readings... Read more ...

Lindsay Razaq: There is one thing we can all do to help students' mental...

Lindsay Razaq: There is one thing we can all do to help students' mental health - molly-coddle them less as children

“Where did you go to university?” I smile to myself. The way the family friend - who has just started his degree - is asking, suggests he thinks I'm younger than I am. © DC... Read more ...

Unpaid carers ‘struggling to cope' in north-east amidst fears tens of...

Unpaid carers ‘struggling to cope' in north-east amidst fears tens of thousands may have no support

Unpaid carers in the north-east are increasingly struggling with isolation and loneliness and risk spending weeks indoors without speaking to anyone other than those they care... Read more ...