Which NHS do you think could do with this funding the most? I listened to yesterday's episode of Beyond Today this afternoon, which asked whether mental health is breaking the NHS. It contained stories from people in desperate need of treatment and comments from specialists in mental health care about why it frequently takes many, many months to access any support at all, apart from being dosed up with antidepressants from their GP that do little to help. Apparently, one in four of us suffers from a mental health disorder. But I also read in today's news that you're more likely to be diagnosed with cancer in the overstretched resouces of the A&E dept of a hospital than anywhere else. On the other hand, there's been a massive increase in the number of people suffering lung disease and diabetes, draining NHS resources and are most likely linked to the modern lifestye. I suspect that mental health issues and cancer also have links to the modern way of life. Is the answer to pour more money into the NHS so they can help us cope the problems we have, or is it wiser for the money to be spent erradicaing the causes? How would you begin to go about that, if the state of our nation's health was in fact related to our modern lifestyle and maybe only a cure would ever be found by strict regulation of corporations?