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Health authority orders treatment go slow to save money
A health authority has written to primary care trusts (PCTs) and hospitals saying that patients should not be treated too promptly because improvements in waiting times are costing too much. (23-11-2006)
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Children who have tonsils out 'more likely to become obese'

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that children who have their tonsils out are more likely to become obese, a new study has warned. 

Phonics urged as remedy for early literacy delay

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that phonics should be taught by all early years providers and schools and children's progress in developing phonic knowledge and skills should be regularly assessed, according to a new report from Ofsted. 

Safe eating for food allergy & food intolerance sufferers

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that a revolutionary new product that will transform the lives of people who suffer from food allergies and intolerances has been launched.

Children have a say in EYFS review

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that researchers have used a variety of innovative ways to gather children's experiences of the EYFS in their early years setting, a new report shows. 

Barnardo's urge gay and single adoption in Wales

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that more gay and single people of both sexes in Wales are being urged by a charity to adopt children. 

250 Sure Start centres 'could close within a year'

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that up to 250 popular children’s centres face closure within a year as councils seek to make budget savings, according to a survey. 

Doctors warn couples not to leave it too late to have a baby

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that doctors have warned couples not to leave it too late to try for a baby because women aged 35 are six times more likely to have problems conceiving compared with those aged 25. 

EYP and New Leaders training to continue

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that children's minister Sarah Teather has confirmed that the Government will continue to invest in training for Early Years Professionals in 2011-12 and is committed to raising the qualifications and skills of early years workers.

Screen for 'baby in a bubble' condition

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that all newborns should be screened for the potentially fatal 'baby in a bubble' syndrome as research shows that early treatment saves lives, leading doctors have said. 

Nutrition to blame for asthma?

www.grub4life.org.uk today reveals that two new studies suggest nutrition may play a role in the development of asthma, but investigators say more research is needed to confirm the link. 

"Which! claims Supermarket bacon contravenes regulations"

www.grub4life.org.uk/news today reveals the claim by Which! magazine that there are significant variations in the amount of water added to own-brand supermarket bacon, with some products apparently falling foul of regulations. 

Early intervention call to arms before £5.4m cuts

www.grub4life.com today reports that proposals to cut more than £5.4m from children's services, including almost £1.7m from early intervention provision, have been published by Westminster council in London.

Obese pregnant women have more complicated births

www.grub4life.com today reports that overweight pregnant women are more likely to be overdue and have more complicated births, a study has found. 

£2m cuts 'will destroy local provision'

www.grub4life.com today reports that funding cuts of £2m from local nurseries and children's centres are being proposed by Sheffield City Council in a move that campaigners say will leave large parts of the city with no childcare services at all. 

Search for the Dream Team

www.grub4life.com today reports that Rice Dream is looking for children with dairy or lactose intolerance to be part of an exclusive panel. 

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