He said that checking one's eye always would help correct any defect the eye could present, thereby preventing avoidable
And they're completely avoidable
. Drivers - please KNOW the height of your vehicles.
Professor Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent, chief midwifery officer for England, said: "Having a baby in this country is now safer than ever but smoking while carrying a baby puts both parent and child at avoidable
and potentially deadly risk.
Will there be public outrage at another Betsi scandal involving 48 avoidable
deaths and 'permanent or long term harm' for 215 patients in a year?
Mike Rumbles The council has admitted the work was avoidable
and vowed to learn lessons from the gaffe.
death is one that could have been prevented through timely and effective care or public health interventions.
poorest in and far to die The situation is mirrored in Wales, with 529 in every 100,000 of the poorest men suffering an avoidable
death compared with 164 in every 100,000 of the richest.
When compared to "A" rated hospitals, the group said patients at "B" rated hospitals face a 35% greater risk of avoidable
TA total of 360,135 people in England and Wales died from avoidable
causes between 2015 and 2017 - the equivalent of more than one person every five minutes.
Adeathi A death is counted as "avoidable
" if it could have been prevented by effective and timely healthcare, better public health policies, or a combination of both.
A total of 11,457 people in our region died from avoidable
causes between 2015 and 2017 - the equivalent of more than 10 every day.
Taking on Twitter, the president said in this time of crisis we must try to avoid luxury goods and avoidable
He stated that 'we must try to avoid luxury goods and avoidable
The Co-operative Bank, Sky, Greggs, Heineken, Iceland and Toyota are among the founding signatories of the "Waste To Wealth" commitment to double the UK's resource productivity and reduce avoidable
waste by 2030.
Therefore, we launched Seeing is Believing in 2003 to tackle avoidable