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25/07/2009 - 20:40

UK & USA Today Editoweb 25 July 2009

Swine flu helpline 'working well' - Queen pays tribute to 'Last Tommy' - Swine Flu Service Issues Drugs To Thousands.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 25 July 2009
Swine flu helpline 'working well'

The Government's swine flu helpline and website in England is working well, Health Secretary Andy Burnham said as figures revealed that more than 5,500 people were given access to Tamiflu on its first day of operation.

Queen pays tribute to 'Last Tommy'

The Queen, the Prince of Wales and Prime Minister Gordon Brown have led tributes to Harry Patch, the last surviving British soldier of the First World War, who has died at the age of 111.

Swine Flu Service Issues Drugs To Thousands

On day one of the service, Thursday 23rd July, over 58,000 assessments were completed, 89% of which were self-assessments on the web, Department of Health figures have shown.

Harry Patch, last veteran of World War I trenches, dies at 111

Harry Patch, the last soldier to fight in the trenches of Europe during World War I, died Saturday at the age of 111, his care home in Britain said.

Liberal Democrat MP to stand down

A Liberal Democrat MP plans to quit Westminster at the next general election.

Obama hawks health care overhaul, citing study

President Barack Obama, citing a new White House study suggesting that small businesses pay far more per employee for health insurance than big companies, said Saturday the disparity is "unsustainable — it's unacceptable."

Lawmakers: Calif. budget crisis resolved, for now

Officials say there's no guarantee that California's budget troubles are over for now, even after state lawmakers approved a complex package of spending cuts, raids on local government funding and accounting maneuvers to fill a gigantic budget deficit.

Swine flu could hit up to 40 percent in US

In a disturbing new projection, health officials say up to 40 percent of Americans could get swine flu this year and next and several hundred thousand could die without a successful vaccine campaign and other measures.

Brooklyn man accused of buying, selling kidneys

Levy Izhak Rosenbaum of Brooklyn called himself a "matchmaker," but his business wasn't romance. Instead, authorities say, he brokered the sale of black-market kidneys, buying organs from vulnerable people from Israel for $10,000 and selling them to desperate patients in the U.S. for as much as $160,000.

All 13 astronauts enjoy first day off in 11 days

The astronauts in orbit, all 13 of them, enjoyed their first day off in more than a week Saturday after a series of grueling spacewalks.

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