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16/08/2018 - Possible liver failure prevention drug unveiled
A promising new treatment has been found for sudden liver failure, according to research reported last night. More

01/08/2018 - Brain disease link to injury
Researchers unveil new findings today about how brain trauma may trigger degenerative disease. More

24/07/2018 - Call for improved European stroke care
Tens of thousands of patients across Europe could benefit from improved stroke care, according to a major survey of facilities across the continent. More

02/07/2018 - Patients waiting 29 hours for meningitis diagnosis
There are delays of more than 29 hours in undertaking diagnostic testing in some cases of suspected bacterial meningitis, according to new research. More

25/05/2018 - How weight aids seriously ill patients
Carrying extra weight improves patients’ prospects during treatment for a range of life-threatening conditions in hospital, according to a series of studies published yesterday. More

27/03/2018 - RA drug reduces inflammation in stroke patients
People in the early stages of a stroke have benefitted from an anti-inflammatory drug normally used for rheumatoid arthritis, a new research has found. More

02/02/2018 - Personality type linked to dog bite risk
People with an anxious personality type face increased risk of being bitten by a dog, according to an analysis published today. More

30/11/2017 - Stroke care improvements continue
Care of patients who have suffered a stroke continues to improve dramatically in the NHS, according to a new analysis. More

05/10/2017 - Obesity link to sepsis
Obesity is an important risk factor for sepsis, according to a Norwegian study. More

26/09/2017 - Ban tackles in school rugby - Pollock
Tackling and harmful contact should be banned from youth rugby to ensure participants’ safety, two academics claim today (26 September 2017). More

21/09/2017 - Blood donation frequency can be increased - study
Blood donors can safely increase the frequency with which they give blood, according to the findings of the first ever randomised trial of the issue, published today. More

03/08/2017 - Infection link to cardiovascular disease
Adults admitted to hospital with pneumonia or sepsis may be at a raised risk of cardiovascular disease, new findings indicate. More

14/06/2017 - Defibrillator drones could save lives
Defibrillator-carrying drones can help save the lives of people who experience cardiac arrest, Swedish doctors have reported. More

05/06/2017 - Doctors plan for medical emergencies in deep space
Planners of long-range space missions need to think carefully about the risk of medical emergencies, a European conference has heard. More

05/06/2017 - Doctors advised on Good Samaritan acts
Doctors should ensure their indemnity insurance covers Good Samaritan acts - although they are unlikely to be sued successfully for undertaking them, a European conference has been told. More

24/04/2017 - Infant emergency admissions increasing - study
A surge in hospital emergency admissions for infants indicates weaknesses in community services for families, researchers say today. More

13/04/2017 - How fitness improves MI survival
People who keep fit improve their chances of survival if they suffer a myocardial infarction, according to the findings of a Danish study published today. More

07/04/2017 - Falls injuries force trauma rethink
Injuries from falls are now the most common type of major trauma in England and Wales, according to a new analysis. More

10/03/2017 - Speed up sepsis care - new guidance
The NHS must ensure that patients with life-threatening sepsis begin treatment within an hour of diagnosis, according to guidelines issued today. More

06/03/2017 - UK needs CPR cultural shift - report
Britain needs a "cultural shift" in attitudes towards cardiopulmonary resuscitation to improve survival from cardiac arrest, experts say today. More

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