TITLE

Doctors attack benefit cuts for [...]

PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
Evening Standard;1/ 3/2013, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Doctors attack benefit cuts for the obese PAGE 6
ACCESSION #
84585504

 

Related Articles

  • Doctors attack benefits curb on [...].  // Evening Standard;1/ 3/2013, p1 

    Doctors attack benefits curb on the obese PAGE 6

  • Nation stuck in obesity oblivion. Se├ín Dunne ; Lynne Kelleher // Daily Mail;8/24/2015, p18 

    A NEW survey has exposed an alarming lack of knowledge on obesity and the benefits of exercise to cut the risk of becoming obese.

  • Parents 'face 65% tax rate' [...].  // Evening Standard;1/ 4/2013, p1 

    Parents 'face 65% tax rate' after cut in benefit PAGE 2

  • Benefits claimants face being sent to GP if obesity is a barrier to work. Kate Proctor // Evening Standard;12/5/2016, p8 

    OBESE people on benefits could be forced to talk to doctors or nurses about how their weight affects their ability to work.

  • Cold hearts.  // New Scientist;04/12/97, Vol. 154 Issue 2077, p13 

    Reveals that doctors seeking to cut the risk of heart attacks in patients after surgery by cooling them may be increasing their chances of death.

  • the truth about DIET PILLS. Marinos, Sarah // Good Health (Australia Edition);Apr2011, p62 

    The article explores the business of diet pills for losing weight. The Sibutramine Cardiovascular OUTcomes (SCOUT) study linked the reductil to 16 percent incidence of heart attack and stroke in obese patients. In 2011, approximately 4.2 per cent of the 789.6 million dollars weight-loss market...

  • Refuse to exercise and we could cut your benefits, fat claimants are told. Rosie Taylor // Daily Mail;1/ 3/2013, p12 

    OBESE benefits claimants who refuse to exercise could have their payments cut under plans being considered by a local council.

  • Readers panel. No treatment, no benefits. Brown, Jane; Justice, Scott; Drake, Linda; Hopkins, Craig // Nursing Standard;3/11/2015, Vol. 29 Issue 28, p28 

    Should people who refuse medical help for treatable conditions such as obesity have their sickness benefits cut?

  • Can aspirin prolong your life?  // Consumer Reports on Health;May2002, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p8 

    Reviews research on the possible benefits of aspirin and highlights four developments that may change the way some people take aspirin or the most popular analgesics. How aspirin works; Observation that the benefits of aspirin must be weighed against the risks; Role of aspirin in cutting the...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sign out of this library

Other Topics