Some Updated Guidance On Deciding On Vital Aspects For Acupuncture Alicante

Jul 18, 2018  

Doctors should be able to prescribe music, arts and writing courses to depressed patients, a GP has claimed. Dr Laura Marshall-Andrews, who runs a pioneering surgery in Brighton, believes the decision would boost the mental health of thousands. The NHS should also fork out for acupuncture for patients to help them battle the blues, in her controversial opinion. Dr Marshall-Andrews told MailOnline: ‘GPs need the freedom and the flexibility to try out different therapies and use different interventions. ‘I believe doctors should be able to prescribe arts, music, writing courses, as well as complimentary therapies such as acupuncture to their patients.’ The 46-year-old added this would ‘support long term mental health and social issues which all impact our health and wellbeing’.  She added: ‘There is a lot of good quality evidence for the use acupuncture in depression, anxiety and chronic pain.  ‘I have found it particularly useful in patients where multiple co-morbidities exist including chronic disease and mental illness.’ Her comments come amid a huge crackdown on NHS spending, announced by the Prime Minister during a major speech in London last month. At the same time, Theresa May promised £20 billion extra for the NHS, following the ‘worst ever winter’ that saw frustrated medics demand more funding.  The NHS is known to spend £266 million each year on dishing out anti-depressants, as prescription rates have nearly trebled in 15 years. GPs have been blamed for fobbing off depressed patients with the pills because waiting lists for in-depth treatment were too long.  An investigation by the Mail’s Good Health section last March revealed that more than a million patients are needlessly given anti-depressants or sedatives. But Dr Marshall-Williams believes letting patients access arts courses on the NHS could prevent cries for extra funding in the future.  Her claims are backed up by figures from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing, which claim every £1 spent on arts in terms of health saves the NHS up to £11.  Dr Marshall-Andrews, who has been a GP for 15 years, founded the UK’s first GP practice that integrates art courses with usual services for NHS patients. Brighton Health and Wellbeing Centre launched HERA, the Healing Expressive and Recovery Arts project four years ago. The Arts Council England-funded trial has already shown an array of benefits for depressed patients, Dr Marshall-Williams claims.

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Las tarifas aeroportuarias desde Corvera serán un 39 por ciento más baratas que desde Alicante Las tarifas aeroportuarias por pasajero para volar desde el aeropuerto de Corvera serán un 39 por ciento más baratas que viajar desde el aeródromo de Alicante. Estos precios se aplicarán a las compañías aéreas para viajar desde el nuevo aeropuerto y podrán repercutir en los usuarios en el billete. El Consejo de Administración de la sociedad concesionaria del Aeropuerto Internacional Región de Murcia, AENA, ha aprobado este jueves los precios aeroportuarios que se aplicarán en el aeropuerto coincidiendo con el inicio de su actividad comercial, que suponen una rebaja del 3 por ciento con respecto a la tarifa ofertada por la concesionaria en su oferta económica. Esto supone una importante ventaja del aeropuerto internacional frente al de El Altet para aumentar el tráfico de turistas y operaciones desde el nuevo aeropuerto, al tiempo que para atraer nuevas rutas y aumentar las frecuencias con otros países. La secretaria general de la Consejería de Fomento e Infraestructuras, Yolanda Muñoz, que ha participado en la reunión del Consejo de Administración, ha puesto de manifiesto que la rebaja de las tarifas atiende el compromiso del Gobierno regional para hacer "más atractivo" el aeropuerto e "incrementar la rentabilidad de sus operaciones aéreas". Muñoz ha dejado claro que el Aeropuerto Internacional "será uno de los motores de crecimiento de la economía regional y dará un impulso importante al turismo y a la creación de empleo". Asimismo, en el transcurso del Consejo de Administración se ha abordado una rebaja generalizada en los precios aeronáuticos por el uso de las instalaciones aeroportuarias. En concreto, por el uso de las pistas de aterrizaje por aviones; la utilización de las zonas de estacionamiento de aeronaves; la seguridad aeroportuaria (inspección y control de pasajeros y equipajes); la asistencia en tierra a la aeronave y el servicio contra incendios. Asimismo, las tarifas incluyen la prestación de servicios de asistencia al pasajero y a las personas con movilidad reducida, el almacenamiento y suministro de combustibles, la prestación de servicios de catering, y los servicios aeronáuticos de comunicación, navegación y seguridad, el servicio de tránsito de aeródromo, el servicio de información aeronáutica y la meteorología. En el Consejo de Administración también se ha autorizado la cesión definitiva a favor de la Comunidad del nombre 'Aeropuerto Juan de la Cierva', solicitada por el presidente de la Comunidad Autónoma, Fernando López Miras, en reconocimiento al ingeniero y científico aeronáutico murciano Juan de la Cierva, inventor del autogiro.

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