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Ministers to debate Meningitis B vaccine in the parliament

Ministers in the United Kingdom might be ready to debate introduction of the Meningitis B vaccine in the parliament following a large campaign.

Ministers have indicated that they will debate introduction of vacancies for the disease after 809,000 people signed a petition calling urging them to take action.The petition recommends government to make sure that all children up to the age of 11 get the Meningitis B vaccine and not just new born babies. It is the biggest petition of kits kind on government website.

UK public dissatisfaction rises with health service

UK public dissatisfaction rises with health serviceAccording to a new survey, the public dissatisfaction for the UK's National Health Service is rising across the country.

The British Social Attitudes survey showed that the overall NHS satisfaction fell to 60 per cent during 2015 compared to 65 per cent in 2014. The dissatisfaction with the NHS rose by 8 per cent to 23 per cent during the same period, which is its highest rise since 1986.

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust urged to fix 'Sewage smell' issue

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, a mental health trust facility, has been urged to fix the troubling 'sewage smell' problem at the facility.

The trust has faced criticism after it failed to fix a leaky roof and this has now led to smell of sewage in a bedroom of the facility. The facility was rated "requires improvement" by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and it is being urged to fix the issues. The CQC has raised concerns about the quality of risk assessments, staff training and long waiting lists for some services.

The NHS needs to be smarter

The NHS needs to be smarterThe great and the benefit of the NHS couldn't be clearer.

While waiting for psychological help from NHS, many commit suicide

While waiting for psychological help from NHS, many commit suicideA large number of individuals have endeavored suicide while on a NHS holding up rundown for mental treatment, as indicated by a complete new investigation of mental health administrations in England.

Thousands of patients wrongly struck off GP registers

Thousands of patients wrongly struck off GP registersUp to 35,000 patients have been wrongly struck off GP enlists in the most recent year in NHS expense cutting activities focusing on the elderly and powerless, a report has found.

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