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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

01/08/2017 - Rethink call on statin guidelines
GP leaders today reject an analysis which suggests that all men over the age of 60 should be prescribed statins. More

31/07/2017 - New backing for GP HIV screening
Patients joining practices in high risk areas should be screened for HIV as it is cost-effective and saves lives, researchers in London today. More

28/07/2017 - Fetal monitoring agreement announced
Obstetricians and midwives have agreed a joint approach to electronic fetal monitoring, it has been announced. More

13/07/2017 - Diabetes report calls for better awareness
Ketoacidosis too often precedes diagnosis of diabetes in children, according to the findings of a major investigation published today. More

12/07/2017 - Frost family boost heart screening
A nationwide genetic testing service for the inherited heart condition hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is launched today. More

05/07/2017 - Genetic heart conditions may be misdiagnosed - survey
Inherited heart conditions have often been misdiagnosed as a range of other common condition, according to a survey of patients. More

04/07/2017 - DNA testing key to future health care - CMO
The NHS needs to undertake more DNA testing to speed up diagnosis of rare diseases and improve cancer treatment, the Chief Medical Officer says today. More

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