National media briefing: Age UK, Plantlife, Kidscape and Target Ovarian Cancer

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National media briefing
National media briefing

Age UK has said the number of falls taken by elderly people can be prevented by eye tests, and taking regular exercise.

See ITV News for full story


Many of the wild flowers that brighten the Scottish countryside are disappearing because politicians and farmers are failing to protect them, a new report by Plantlife warns.

See the Herald Scotland for full story


Children's charities, including Kidscape, are asking the BBC to make it harder for children to access adult shows on its iPlayer.

See the Daily Mail for full story

Most women are not able to name one symptom of ovarian cancer, the most deadly gynaecological cancer in the UK, according to new research by Target Ovarian Cancer.

See The Independent for full story

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