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November is lung cancer awareness month.

Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women in Scotland with over 5,000 new case diagnosed each year.

If you have had a cough for three weeks it's worth getting it checked out with your G.P. Chances are it's nothing to worry about but it could be a sign of lung cancer. For more information visit:

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The Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport, Shona Robison, today announced the appointment of the new Chair of Highland NHS Board.

Almost three quarters of young people in Highland have drunk alcohol by the time they are 15 and, although there has been a 10% reduction since 2010, Highland remains above the national average despite recommendations that those under the age of 15 refrain from drinking.

Macmillan nurse Louise Shakespeare is to scale back her role this month after 24 years of community service in Caithness.