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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

24/02/2017 - Anaesthesia link to cardiac arrest in pregnancy
Nearly one in four cardiac arrests in pregnancy is linked to complications of obstetric anaesthesia, according to an analysis published today. More

04/01/2017 - Cobweb healing power harnessed
British researchers have unveiled an antibiotic spider silk - expected to provide dressings as well as other medical functions. More

23/12/2016 - Cold may not cause Christmas deaths
The winter cold is not the only reason why death rates increase over the Christmas holiday period, according to a study from New Zealand. More

21/12/2016 - Whole grapes pose child risk
The choking risk to children of swallowing whole grapes is not widely understood, a doctor warns today. More

16/12/2016 - Haemorrhage link to assisted reproduction
Women who become pregnant through assisted reproduction techniques face an increased risk of post-partum haemorrhage, researchers report today. More

05/12/2016 - Freeze-dried artificial blood unveiled
New artificial red blood cells can be freeze-dried and reconstituted with water, it has been announced. More

02/12/2016 - Foxglove leaf tea sends woman to A&E
A woman nearly died after mistakenly brewing foxglove leaves in a herbal tea, doctors revealed today. More

23/11/2016 - Call for medical neutrality in war zones
The world must reaffirm the importance of medical neutrality in war zones, senior doctors say today. More

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