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04/12/2019 - Physically inactive adults pose growing health risk
More than a quarter of adults in England are physically inactive, failing to achieve 30 minutes of moderate exercise within a week, according to the latest national health survey published yesterday. More

02/12/2019 - Gynaecologists call for women’s one-stop clinics and video consultations
Women are struggling to access basic healthcare services, according to a landmark report published today. More

11/11/2019 - Bariatric surgery effective for over-65s
Bariatric surgery is an effective procedure for patients over the age of 65, a UK conference has heard. More

17/10/2019 - Premature birth needs to be in specialist centres - study
Women facing premature labour should be enabled to give birth in hospitals with specialist neonatal intensive care units, researchers say today. More

17/10/2019 - How GPs can respond to private gene test results
Doctors confronted by patients armed with the results of private gene testing should check for family genetic history that might support the claimed results, according to experts today. More

27/09/2019 - Alarm as child vaccination rates fall
Child vaccination rates fell for all procedures in the last year, according to alarming figures published yesterday. More

13/09/2019 - Pregnant women mostly overweight
The majority of newly pregnant women are now recorded as overweight or obese, according to a new analysis of maternity care in the UK. More

09/09/2019 - Specialist gene therapy centre for UK
A major centre for developing gene therapies and similar treatments is to be established in the UK at Harwell, Oxford, it was announced today. More

02/09/2019 - Unvaccinated students hit by measles and mumps
Shortfalls in vaccination are responsible for increasing rates of measles and mumps, public health experts have warned. More

28/08/2019 - Surgeons save hand after double level amputation
Surgeons have told how they successfully saved a patient's hand following a double-level amputation. More

21/08/2019 - Symptoms not cause of MI treatment gender discrepancies
Women and men display the same symptoms during myocardial infarction, according to a study published today aimed at explaining gender differences in treatment. More

16/08/2019 - Genes and apps could limit health check invites
The NHS could seek to cut the cost of screening middle-aged adults by using apps and AI, it was announced today. More

15/08/2019 - Lyme disease "too often" presents as emergency
Too many patients with Lyme disease are being diagnosed and treated through emergency hospital admission, researchers warned today. More

09/08/2019 - Cannabis products too expensive - NICE
Medicinal cannabis products are being sold at excessive prices outweighing potential benefits for patients, regulators have said. More

31/07/2019 - Lyme disease more common than believed
The number of cases of tick-borne Lyme disease in the UK have been significantly underestimated, according to an analysis published today. More

22/07/2019 - Health a global problem - CMO
Diseases increasingly fail to respect international borders - making global cooperation in health vital, the Chief Medical Officer of England says today. More

19/07/2019 - Salt regulation changes linked to disease rise
The end of government regulations on salt content in food is linked to thousands of extra cardiovascular disease and stomach cancer cases in England, it was claimed today. More

11/07/2019 - CRP test should be used for COPD - study
The CRP finger-prick test could be used in general practice to reduce antibiotic prescribing for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, researchers have reported. More

04/07/2019 - Cannabis clinical trial urgent - MPs
The UK needs an "immediate" clinical trial established of the benefits of medicinal cannabis for intractable childhood epilepsy, MPs have said. More

01/07/2019 - LGBT women at risk from fake news, conference told
Lesbian women are being put at risk by a "harmful myth" that they cannot contract cervical cancer, campaigners have warned. More

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