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29/11/2018 - AI devices need regulation - scientists
The UK needs new procedures to regulate artificial intelligence and other digital health devices, senior researchers warn today. More

28/11/2018 - Colorectal cancer treatment delayed for up to a year
Some patients with colorectal cancer do not begin treatment until a year after they first notice symptoms, researchers warn today. More

23/11/2018 - Women heart patients suffer from worse care - study
Thousands of women have died in England and Wales because the care they receive in cardiovascular crisis is not as good as provided to men, researchers claim today. More

16/11/2018 - Cancer screening promised major overhaul - with AI at centre
NHS officials have promised a “major overhaul” of cancer screening programmes to be led by one of UK’s most senior specialists. More

13/11/2018 - Baby birth injuries mostly avoidable - report
Different care could have led to a different outcome in almost three quarters of stillbirths, neonatal deaths and severe brain injuries, according to the latest report by Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists out today. More

06/11/2018 - Most tonsillectomies 'unnecessary'
Most tonsillectomies carried out in the UK are probably unnecessary, a new study reveals today. More

02/11/2018 - Provisional guidance restricts medicinal cannabis use
Medicinal cannabis became legal for prescription in the UK yesterday – but clinicians have been given strict provisional guidelines on its use. More

24/10/2018 - New bid to change public view on antibiotics
A new campaign has been launched to try to change public understanding of antibiotics amid concern that the drugs could soon lose effectiveness. More

15/10/2018 - Paediatricians warn on child health trends
Child health in England is falling behind other developed countries, paediatricians warn today. More

10/10/2018 - Maternal mental health problems "concealed"
Many mothers of young babies do not feel able to fully express their mental health struggles, campaigners warn today. More

09/10/2018 - NICE issues draft guideline on prolapse
Women should be offered non-surgical options for stress urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse before any they undergo any operations, according to guidelines published today. More

14/09/2018 - Media blamed for diverting cash to ineffective drugs
A multi-million pound cancer drugs fund was over-hyped in the media, leading to NHS cash being diverted from effective care, experts say today. More

12/09/2018 - Second monkey pox patient diagnosed
Two patients have been diagnosed in England with the monkey pox virus, found in Nigeria, it has been announced. More

10/09/2018 - Drink Free Days campaign targets middle-aged drinkers
Cutting down on drinking is more difficult than improving diet or exercise, a new YouGov poll reveals today. More

31/08/2018 - Backing for innovative asthma treatment
The NHS is to be allowed to use the new treatment of bronchial thermoplasty for people with severe asthma, it was announced today. More

22/08/2018 - Row over caesarean op barriers
Pregnant women are being intimidated to prevent them requesting caesarean births, campaigners have claimed. More

17/08/2018 - MPs back e-cigarettes
Britain is not doing enough to release the potential of e-cigarettes as an aid to stopping smoking, MPs say today. More

30/07/2018 - Doctors take a stand on climate change
A major GP organisation is to cease investing in fossil fuel companies because of climate change’s adverse effects on people’s health and wellbeing. More

23/07/2018 - Call for complex regional pain syndrome care improvements
Health services should improve the care and diagnosis of complex regional pain syndrome, physicians say today. More

17/07/2018 - Bowel screening may reveal other diseases
The UK screening programme for bowel cancer may be identifying people at risk from a range of other diseases, researchers say today. More

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