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REVEALED IN PICTURES: Animal group slams Aylesbury Vale farm supplying Nando’s, Lidl and Asda after chickens seen living next to corpses in cramped and squalid conditions

Shocking images taken by animals rights campaigners show the squalid and cramped conditions of chickens living at an Aylesbury Vale farm which supplies Asda, Lidl and Nando’s.

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Trust chair Hattie Llewelyn-Davies has won at the 2018 Non-executive Director Awards in the Not-for-Profit/Public Service Organisation category.

Bucks Healthcare Trust chairwoman scoops award

Trust chair Hattie Llewelyn-Davies has won at the 2018 Non-executive Director Awards in the Not-for-Profit/Public Service Organisation category.

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Rotary blood pressure testing

Rotary clubs join campaign to help reduce risk of stroke with free checks in Thame

Rotary members are urging people around the Thame area to have their blood pressure checked during a campaign.

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LISTED: The conditions you can’t get prescriptions for and the treatments banned by the NHS

Prescriptions for some ‘over the counter’ remedies such as paracetamol and cold treatments have been cut after NHS officials voted in favour of money-saving plans.

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Four in five Britons don't know they have hepatitis B

Four in five people don’t know they have hepatitis B

Four in five people in th UK are infected with hepatitis B do not even know they have it, a study warned.

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Vaping ‘may lead to accumulation of fat in the liver’

Vaping ‘may lead to accumulation of fat in the liver’

Researchers found that high nicotine in electronic cigarettes causes non-alcohol fatty liver diseases in mice.

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Simple urine test could measure how long we have left to live

Simple urine test could measure how long we have left to live

A simple urine test could measure how much our body has aged and even how long left we have to live.

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Hightown believes listening and learning from its residents is the most effective way to deliver personalised support.

Local housing association wants to help raise awareness about self harming

To mark Self Injury Awareness Day (1 March), Hightown Housing Association is sharing its people-led approach within Aylesbury to show how both service users and staff can help dispel myths and raise awareness of the signs of self-injury.

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Bucks Mind to tackle barriers to IT for  people with mental health problem

Bucks Mind to tackle barriers to IT for people with mental health problem

Buckinghamshire Mind, the mental health charity, has received a grant of £10,000 from the Big Lottery Fund to deliver a Digital Inclusion Project to remove barriers to Information Technology that can disadvantage people with mental health problems.

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Fake toys are flooding the UK market and can be dangerous

Dangerous counterfeit toys that can cause cancer and even KILL are flooding the market

Dangerous fake toys that can cause cancer or even KILL are flooding into the UK – costing the industry a whopping £400 million last year.

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Sleep deprived teens are spending too much time on social media

Teen social media addicts more likely to suffer sleep deprivation

Teens addicted to Snapchat, Instagram and Whatsapp are more likely to be sleep deprived, a new study found.

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Sweatcoin app promises money for exercise, but critics fire warning

Sweatcoin app promises money for exercise, but critics fire warning

Sweatcoin, an app that promises to reward you for simply exercising, has shot to the top of the app downloads chart despite criticism about the rewards on offer and the amount of battery it uses.

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Louisa Foster and her daughter, Poppy

Granborough family fights for mum who died of cervical cancer

“No women should have to go through the pain Louisa did."
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BREAKING: "Disruption and Delays" at Stoke Mandeville A&E after burst pipe

BREAKING: "Disruption and Delays" at Stoke Mandeville A&E after burst pipe

Accident and Emergency services at Stoke Mandeville are under increasing strain, as a burst water pipe has made life difficult at the hospital.

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VIDEO: More than half of workers believe they have caught a bug from a poorly colleague

More than half of UK workers believe they have caught a bug from a poorly colleague, a study found.

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Thames Valley Police couple launch online search for a new kidney for their poorly one-year-old son

A couple from Bicester who both work as Thames Valley Police officers have launched an online search for a new kidney for their poorly one-year-old son.

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NHS issue nine telltale signs of Australian Flu as teenager dies after contracting virus

NHS issue nine telltale signs of Australian Flu as teenager dies after contracting virus

The NHS has issued nine telltale signs you could have Australian Flu and it comes after a Scottish teenager died after taking ill with the deadly virus sweeping the country.

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Can you help mother suffering from rare form of cancer "make memories"?

Sarah Bryant, from Aylesbury, has been diagnosed with terminal cancer grade 4 synovial sarcoma, a very rare form of cancer.
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Red indicates a high level of flu cases while blue highlights a low level of flu cases

How do you know if you have Australian flu as cases in Aylesbury Vale rocket?

Workplaces in Aylesbury Vale and wider Bucks are feeling the strain as 1,600 Brits are struck down by the deadly ‘Aussie flu’ virus.

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