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In response to an All Party Pharmacy Group report out today, which details medicine shortages in England, Paul Jenkins, CEO of the charity Rethink Mental Illness said:
A new international prize of £300,000 has been awarded to Professor Ed Boyden for his pioneering research in medical engineering.
People with depression often feel their life is out of control. It can evoke feelings that their life is pointless or by merely existing bad things can happen. Research funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) suggests that these feeling may be caused by subtle changes in the way depressed people perceive time and process their surroundings.
Commenting on the speech by Michael Gove to the Conservative Party Conference 2011, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers union, said this: