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15.08.16: Public Health England, in response to an extensive review of evidence, has recently updated its vitamin D advice to recommend that everyone needs an average daily intake of 10 micrograms, yet children currently only consume around 2 micrograms of vitamin D a day from food
28.11.16: Mental health support for pregnant women and new mums is set to receive a funding boost in twenty areas across the country, NHS England has said.
30.11.16: Health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, will announce plans for the new degree-level nurse apprenticeships, starting next September, in a speech at the NHS Providers conference in Birmingham today.
30.11.16: Health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, will today announce that he wants more doctors and nurses to occupy senior positions within the NHS.
30.11.16: Health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, will announce plans for the new degree-level nurse apprenticeships, starting next September, in a speech at the NHS Providers conference in Birmingham today.
30.11.16: Health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, will today announce that he wants more doctors and nurses to occupy senior positions within the NHS.
12.12.14: Key learning points: - Who is most at risk of developing chronic kidney disease - Detecting chronic kidney disease - Long-term monitoring and referral for specialist assessment
02.12.16: Drinking “plenty of fluids” may cause worsening symptoms and potential fatalities for patients with reduced renal function, a BMJ case report has revealed.

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