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17/01/2018 - MPs condemn “cruel, unfair” home nursing funds system
Some terminally ill patients have faced waits of more than three months in parts of England to discover if they qualify for NHS-funded nursing care, MPs warn today. More

29/12/2017 - Web before GP, college says
People who think they need to see a GP should check on the internet first, the Royal College of GPs says. More

21/12/2017 - Anger as MS drugs withdrawn
Just one beta interferon drug is to be available for the care of NHS patients with multiple sclerosis in England, it was announced today. More

14/12/2017 - Children should write information leaflets - BMJ
Children could be recruited to help write patient information leaflets, doctors say today. More

12/12/2017 - Man flu and Peppa Pig pose GP problems
It's time to stop snivelling about men who claim to have "man flu" - researchers in Canada believe that the phenomenon could be real. More

07/12/2017 - Debate over monitoring in labour
This week, experts are debating the question of continuous electronic foetal monitoring for all women in labour. More

01/12/2017 - Fake diet pill sales rife in UK - regulators
Warnings have been issued about the dangers of fake slimming pills after one third of dieters admitted to buying pills online, with many suffering side effects such as bleeding. 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

28/11/2017 - Service pressures underlying full-term stillbirths
Most stillbirths of infants born at term are linked to poor care – and pressure on services is responsible for much of this, according to a major report published today. More

15/11/2017 - Speedy induction for older mothers?
Rapid induction of labour for pregnant women aged 35 years or over may reduce the risk of perinatal death, British researchers say today. More

13/11/2017 - Miscarriage research priorities identified
More studies should be undertaken to improve the psychological and emotional support of parents affected by miscarriage, according to a new survey. More

09/11/2017 - Maternity units urged to check complication rates
Some maternity units have high rates of birth complications, suggesting a need to review their standards, according to the findings of a major audit published today. More

09/11/2017 - UK GP visits shorter than other rich nations
GP consultation lengths in the UK are twice the global average – but lag well behind other developed countries, according to a major analysis published today. More

03/11/2017 - Women affected by emergency bowel cancer diagnoses
Women are more likely than men to be diagnosed with bowel cancer following an emergency hospital visit, researchers warn today. More

17/10/2017 - Commercial weight loss programme prevents diabetes
A commercial weight loss company was dramatically successful in preventing the development of type 2 diabetes in high risk patients, researchers report today. More

16/10/2017 - Ticking time bomb of teen health problems
Britain needs to invest more in the health of teenagers and young adults to tackle a “ticking time bomb” of problems, campaigners say today. More

09/10/2017 - Call for consistent bereavement care for parents who lose babies
Parents who lose a baby during pregnancy or after childbirth face a “postcode” lottery of care, campaigners say today. More

04/09/2017 - Donor silence blamed for transplant refusals
Hundreds of organ transplants are not taking place in the UK simply because relatives do not know the wishes of a deceased person, campaigners warned today. More

24/08/2017 - Mixed findings on health check effectiveness
Screening for diabetes and cardiovascular disease does not noticeably reduce mortality rates - but does help those diagnosed with diabetes, according to major research studies published last night. More

22/08/2017 - Colleges' pledge on CAMHS
Three medical royal colleges have agreed to work together to press for improved services for children and young people with mental health problems. More

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