By Gareth Iacobucci
Our roundup of news headlines on Wednesday 6 January 2010
The Sun brings us the news that the NHS has apparently shelled out an eye-watering £30million on private operations that never took place.
In The Telegraph, we read of the Government’s plans to use more cheap, generic drugs in the NHS in a bid to save more than £20 million a year.
The Daily Mail, meanwhile, reports on new research which suggests that dieting by teenage girls desperate to reach the controversial ‘size zero’ could be putting their bones at risk.
A handful of papers, including The Guardian, report on a new UK study which casts ‘serious doubt’ on the theory that chronic fatigue syndrome, or ME, is caused by a new retrovirus.
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Daily Digest Jan 6, 2010