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Bid to make Scotland a ‘Daily Mile nation’ after pupil scheme
20 Sep 2017 07:12
It’s now a common sight in school playgrounds across the country as pupils are put through their paces each day.
Martin Davidson: Give the kids a sense of adventure – and watch them become grown-ups
20 Sep 2017 07:00
The Skills for Life Award is the pinnacle of Outward Bound courses engaging participants in significant levels of adventure, often resulting in life-changing development of personal and interpersonal skills and confidence.
Leader comment: Daily Mile should be for all
20 Sep 2017 06:00
It was a beautifully simple idea that has caught on in schools across Scotland, with thousands of pupils now walking or jogging a mile a day.
Nurse loses legal action over parking fines at hospital
19 Sep 2017 22:17
A nurse who racked up 15 parking fines because she worked beyond the end of her shift has lost a landmark legal case against hospital car park operators.
James Cant: Do you know how to help if someone has a cardiac arrest? If not, find out and save a life
19 Sep 2017 07:00
In Scotland, in 2017, where you live shouldn’t determine your chances of suffering a serious cardiac event. But a recent Scottish Government report has shown that people who live in our most deprived communities face a double danger when it comes to cardiac arrest. They have a significantly higher risk of having one, and a considerably lower risk of surviving it.
Dr Jo Bowden: Taking the worry out of lung cancer
19 Sep 2017 07:00
Lung cancer is the most common cancer in Scotland. It is also a disease with a particularly poor prognosis, with fewer than 10 per cent of patients in Scotland surviving longer than five years from diagnosis. While there are anti-cancer treatment options, such as radiotherapy, chemotherapy or surgery, these are not appropriate for everyone due to other serious illnesses, frailty or the extent of the cancer. The agreed plan for these patients is Best Supportive Care (BSC), a palliative care approach where the priority is maintaining the best possible quality of life in the face of advancing illness.
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