A round-up of the key news stories, comment pieces, blogposts and tweets across the sector
Clare Horton writes
Good morning, and welcome to the daily blog from the Guardian healthcare network.
We'll be bringing you a round-up of the key news stories, comment pieces, blogposts and tweets across the sector.
On the network this morning, Gill Hitchcock reports on Well London, a programme aimed at promoting better eating, mental wellbeing and opportunities for exercise in some of the city's most deprived areas.
The Guardian reports on a Stroke Association survey, which found patients are missing out on physio and speech therapy once they leave hospital, and also on a £10.8m compensation payout to the family of a girl who suffered catastrophic injuries when she was born.
Elsewhere this morning, the BBC reports that a third of people with asthma are at a high risk of having a potentially fatal asthma attack.
And the Independent says tanning salons are failing to check teens' sunbed use.
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Read the complete post at http://www.guardian.co.uk/healthcare-network/2012/may/01/today-in-healthcare-1-may
May 01 2012, 04:38 AM
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