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Ryanair cabin crew get their kit off for charity, sexual health charities urge older people to practise safe sex and Macmillan Cancer Support says doctors should do more to help cancer sufferers understand the impact of chemotherapy.

Budget airline Ryanair has been branded ‘sexist' by the Institute for Women in Spain after releasing its latest charity calendar, which features only scantily clad female cabin crew.
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One in three people is opposed to adoption by single people or gay couples, according to a survey by Action for Children.
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Sexual health charities are urging older people to practise safer sex after a report has revealed that couples in their 30s and 40s are less likely to use condoms than younger people.
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The chief medical officer at Macmillan Cancer Support has urged doctors and nurses to do more to help patients understand the pros and cons of chemotherapy.
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