Archive for: April 25th, 2012

‘Widen pharmacy pill access’ call

The contraceptive pill should be available at pharmacies nationwide without a GP prescription, including to some under-16s, an NHS report says.

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Dog project to help with dementia

A group of students have joined forces with Alzheimer Scotland to train dogs to help people with dementia.

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Dundee top for student experience

A survey says students at Dundee University have the best experience of university life in the UK.

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President Obama on Jimmy Fallon; “Slow Jams” the News

President Obama made a stop over at the Jimmy Fallon Show on Tuesday evening not only as a guest of the show, but also to “Slow Jam” the news.

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Olympic finale at the Barrowlands

A large-scale community dance project will be staged at Glasgow’s Barrowlands ballroom as the finale to the London 2012 cultural programme.

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The eurozone crisis as soap opera

The plot of the eurozone crisis thickened this week, with several storylines active at once – what kind of drama is it?

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At war with Islam? Pentagon to probe military training course

The Pentagon is to look into a military training class on Islamist radicalism which was reported to promote “inflammatory” ideas. One is that the US is at war with Islam.
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Interest rates campaign: breaking it down for SD students – KSFY

Interest rates campaign: breaking it down for SD students
By Courtney Collen – email "There is no greater predictor of individual success: half the national average," President Obama said to Iowa students. President Obama talked to a packed house, Wednesday, at the University of Iowa about the importance of

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Couples face child benefit quiz

HM Revenue and Customs will expect high earners to quiz their partners to find out if they claim child benefit.

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The capital of the forgetful

With an ageing population, a wave of dementia is approaching. Caring for those afflicted isn’t easy, writes Louis Theroux.

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