World leaders, Celebrities and mums sign up to say ‘Healthworkers Count’, but more must be done, says Save the ChildrenSep 21 2011
Gathered at the end of the second day of the UN General Assembly in New York, Christy Turlington Burns, 50 Cent, Jennifer Connelly, Dikembe Mutombo, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Alexis Bledel, and influential bloggers @Dooce and @Christinemosler signed up to Save the Children’s campaign to save children’s lives by investing in healthworkers around the world. The support marks ‘positive steps forward’ voices the charity, but is not yet enough to fill the gap of 3.5 million doctors, nurses and midwives around the world.
NHS Choices reveals some of the myths around treating a cold and offers advice on how to get well quickly.
New obesity figures spark call to action from NHS Choices. As children head back to school with lunch boxes and dinner money in hand, NHS Choices, the health information website for the NHS, is calling on parents to take a proactive approach to managing their child’s diet and weight.
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