Three newspapers reported on Friday (April 1) that a fifth of women were drinking too much, and that the numbers exceeding the 14 units a week recommended level had grown by a fifth in
In June 2009, the British Medical Association complained about the GP Patient Survey.
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.
Has Sir David Nicholson, the chief executive of the NHS (pictured), been reading Straight Statistics?
Andrew Lansley’s appearance before the Health Select Committee on December 12 produced an argument fit for the fourth form.