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Call for free prescriptions for long-term ill – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images ‘Not right’ Zoe Oakley, a bus driver and mother of two from Poole, is one of thousands of people who would like free medication. Image copyright Getty Images As a result, organisations such as Parkinson’s UK, National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society and Asthma UK say the list of medical exemptions is “unfair” and “out of date”. Neal ...

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Diabetes management platform Glooko raises $35 million

Glooko,a startup selling data management healthcare service on top of a device-agnostic platform to make it easier for doctors to remotely monitor patients,has pulled in $35 million Series C funding.It had previously raised $36 million in various rounds, bringing the total up to $71 million. The startup was shy about how many were using the platform last time TechCrunch wrote ...

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10 Frozen Cocktails That Won’t Make You (That) Fat

Even if you’ve destroyed your taste buds enough to actually enjoy drinking vodka sodas, you can’t deny that nothing is more appealing in the summer than a frozen beverage. Theyll cool you down, get you fucked up and they usually come in frighteningly artificial colors which is great for your Instagram. The only problem? A lot of them are ridiculously ...

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6 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Going On Birth Control

If you’re a sexually active female that doesn’t want kids, currently or you know, ever, chances are you’ve had some frustrating moments trying to figure out what birth control is right for you. While there are plenty of options when it comes tobirth control, physicians don’t have the time to go over everything that we should consider. Because of that, ...

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Is marriage making men gain weight?

Tying the knot can come with a slew of benefitsbut settling down might have one big downside: Being married could make you gain weight, according to a new study from the University of Baths School of Management in the U.K. Using more than a decade of data from nearly 9,000 men in the United States, study author Joanna Syrda, Ph.D. discovered that ...

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