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21/02/2017 - Call for FH screening
Campaigners today call for the NHS to adopt genetic screening for hypercholesterolaemia after the success of pilot projects. More

09/02/2017 - Mental health assessment vital in pregnancy - guidance
GPs and their staff should ensure they assess the mental health of all women who have recently given birth, according to draft guidelines published today. More

26/01/2017 - UK must tackle widening child poverty gap - paediatricians
Nearly 20% of children in the UK live in poverty and face life-time risks linked to unhealthy lifestyles, according to a major report published today. More

25/01/2017 - Antibiotics blamed for C. difficile outbreaks
The C. difficile outbreaks since 2006 are likely to have been triggered by overuse of antibiotics, according to an analysis published today. More

17/01/2017 - Half of births take place amid "dangerous" staffing levels - survey
As many as 50% of new mothers have reported experiencing so-called "red flag events" while giving birth, a British survey says today. More

29/12/2016 - Middle-aged are unhealthy - Public Health England
Only one in six of England's middle-aged people are leading a healthy lifestyle, according to Public Health England. More

28/12/2016 - Asthma guidance could save cash
Improving the medical management of asthma could bring cost savings in the British NHS, according to guidance published today. 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

20/12/2016 - Heavy drinkers need liver screening - guidance
People who drink too much alcohol should be screened for liver disease, according to draft UK guidelines published last night. More

14/12/2016 - Thrush virus hidden from body defences
New findings on the fungus which causes thrush have helped explain how it evades destruction by the immune system, according to Scottish researchers. More

07/12/2016 - Heart disease problem underlies maternal death rates
Cardiovascular disease is one of the key factors underlying maternal deaths, experts say today. More

07/12/2016 - Families at centre in life-limited child guidance
Clinicians caring for life-limited children should ensure they are providing care for the whole family, according to guidelines published today. More

05/12/2016 - Concern at care of women with dementia
Women with dementia receive inferior health care to men, researchers say today. More

15/11/2016 - GP plea on pink eye
Too many nurseries are treating infective conjunctivitis in infants as a medical crisis, overwhelming local GP surgeries, according to a new analysis. More

10/11/2016 - How to improve symptom safety-netting
The practice of "safety netting" patients with non-specific symptoms is still the best way to ensure that latent cancer is detected - but it can be improved, researchers say today. More

08/11/2016 - Target heart screening - new study
Heart screening programmes could be effective by targeting just 12% of the population, researchers have claimed. More

25/10/2016 - GP weight-loss programme referral deemed effective
Offering weight-loss programmes to overweight patients during routine consultations is a quick and effective method to tackle obesity, according to a new report out today. More

20/10/2016 - New pre-term guidance
Hospitals should ensure women in pre-term labour are treated with magnesium sulfate, according to new guidelines. More

19/10/2016 - Check-list to cut hospital falls
Physicians have launched a drive to reduce the rate of falls in hospitals through advice to patients and families. More

03/10/2016 - NHS needs to tackle diabetes risk - review
The NHS is failing to identify patients at high risk of type 2 diabetes early enough, according to a review by the Care Quality Commission. More

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