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Is chocolate a sweet way to tackle dementia?

It is a much-loved treat for sweet tooths and not known for its health benefits, but a radical new study at the University of East Anglia aims to link eating chocolate to reducing the risk of dementia.

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Michael Scott CEO of the Norfolk and Suffolk FoundationTrust  answering questions on the findings in Care Quality Commission report. Photo : Steve Adams

Mental health trust boss admits staff report should have been handled differently

A governor of the mental health trust has said the publication of the Alexander report should have been handled more openly and honestly.

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Anne-Marie Minihane, professor of nutrigenetics at University of East Anglia.

Can chocolate and fish help cure dementia?

Chocoholics are being encouraged to take part in a multi-million pound research project spanning three continents which could cast new light on how to prevent dementia.

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Michael Scott, new chief executive of Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust . Photo: Steve Adams

Special report: Who’s to blame for the problems within our mental health service?

A critical report yesterday revealed the impact of cuts and a shake-up on the service received by thousands of the region’s mental health patients. But how many of the problems outlined in the 2014 survey exist now? Investigations editor David Powles reports.

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Ambulance service deals with hundreds of extra call-outs as temperatures soar

The region’s ambulance service has been responding to hundreds of extra call-outs brought on by the scorching temperatures.

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