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Should the NHS offer nail care to patients who are unable to look after themselves?
Should the National Health Service (UK) offer nail care to patients who are unable to look after themselves?
Unkempt nails can be a detriment to one's health. The NHS should help prevent this in patience that cannot do so themselves.
If someone is unwell they should be able to depend on the NHS to look after them.
People in the UK pay taxes so they should expect to receive NHS health care for all of their health needs.
NHS spending is out of control.
The risk associated with not providing nail care is too small to make it worth the NHS supporting.
Podiatry staff are overqualified for this task.
Is health care a human right?
Should we offer one of our kidneys to a stranger in need if we are able to?
Is the UK NHS (National Health Service) sustainable?