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Help give a gift for youngsters in hospital
7:00pm Monday 12th December 2005
PEOPLE in Waltham Forest are being urged to dig deep and buy a present for sick children who will spend Christmas in hospital.

HIV infection on the rise in borough
12:00pm Thursday 8th December 2005
HIV cases in Waltham Forest increased by 14 per cent in one year but people are increasingly complacent, health professionals warn.

NEW FACILITY: A better service for Whipps Cross patients
9:00am Tuesday 6th December 2005
A STATE-OF-THE-ART new facility to test for chlamydia has been launched at Whipps Cross University Hospital.

Survey into hospital hygiene matters makes grim reading
9:00am Monday 5th December 2005
RESULTS of a survey by the Patients' Association into cleanliness in London hospitals make for damning reading.

A better service for Whipps Cross patientsA better service for Whipps Cross patients
11:00am Thu 1 Dec 05
A STATE-OF-THE-ART new facility to test for chlamydia has been launched at Whipps Cross University Hospital.

New hospital building open by 2012
5:00pm Sunday 27th November 2005
THE first two buildings of the new Whipps Cross University Hospital will be up and running by 2012.

Tasty recipes encourage healthy eatingTasty recipes encourage healthy eating
11:47am Sun 27 Nov 05
A HOST of tasty recipes were entered in a competition aimed at encouraging south Asian people to get into healthy eating.

Taking care with money
9:14am Saturday 26th November 2005
CARERS are being encouraged to claim benefits that are rightfully theirs.

Hospital thinks pink to raise cash
9:06am Friday 25th November 2005
THE ducks on the pond at Whipps Cross University Hospital got a shock earlier this month when some unusual birds invaded their territory.

Scheme shows the way to improved eye care
10:13am Thursday 24th November 2005
AN EVENT was held to highlight a project aimed at providing people with better eye care services in Waltham Forest.

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