Six executives from leading drink companies have written to The Times today protesting about a story on alcohol-related deaths.
The Daily Mail yesterday splashed on a story on the number of care home residents who have died as a result of dehydration in the past five years.
The National Post, a Canadian national newspaper based in Toronto, has got its infant mortality rates in a twist.
Once a “fact” is in the electronics cuttings library it makes regular reappearances.
Refuge got a few headlines before Christmas with a press release saying that homicides of women by their husbands or partners had risen from 72 in 2008 to 101 in 2009.
By 16 December 2010, there were 182 patients with swine flu in intensive care units in England, equalling the worst week in 2009 (180) and deaths from H1N1 had risen from 10 (when doctors first d