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04/03/2016 - Psychotic cannabis users risk hospital stays
People with psychosis who take cannabis have a 50% increased chance of being hospitalised, researchers warned today. More

03/03/2016 - Spotlight on rare rheumatic diseases
The UK needs to do more to improve care for non-hereditary rare rheumatic diseases, according to a report. More

26/02/2016 - End of life care ‘on the brink’
End of life care is ‘on the brink’, campaigners claimed today, reporting that thousands of people are suffering poor care. More

25/02/2016 - Breast screening uptake falls
The proportion of women taking up breast screening has fallen to its lowest level for years, according to figures published yesterday. More

24/02/2016 - Guidance sets out MND care needs
Patients with motor neurone disease should have care from a multi-disciplinary team with expertise in the illness, according to guidelines published today. More

23/02/2016 - Maternity budgets and multi-professional learning - review
The NHS should try out personal maternity care budgets to give pregnant women "more control" over their care, a major review of services says today. More

29/01/2016 - NHS to perform hand transplants
The NHS in England is to offer hand and upper arm transplants, it was announced today. More

28/01/2016 - Respiratory and allergy services face the future
Four hospital groups have been selected to test new approaches to care in a project backed by the Royal College of Physicians, it was announced today. More

22/01/2016 - Screening picks up early stage bowel cancer
Screening is more likely to pick up colorectal cancer at the earliest stage than GP referral or emergency hospital admission, data released today shows. More

21/01/2016 - Call to tackle overtreatment – Scottish CMO
The new Scottish chief medical officer has called for a drive against over-treatment in her first annual report. More

20/01/2016 - Parkinson's therapies lack support
Physiotherapy and occupational therapy do not produce improvements in quality of life for patients with mild to moderate Parkinson's disease, according to a UK study. More

14/01/2016 - Health checks have prevented illness - study
The controversial British NHS Health Check programme has successfully prevented major cardiovascular incidents, according to research published today. More

08/01/2016 - Alcohol guidelines cut limits for men, pregnant women
Tough new guidelines on alcohol consumption are launched across the UK today. More

07/01/2016 - Cut sugar in drinks and save lives - study
The UK could prevent hundreds of thousands of people developing diabetes by reducing sugar content in drinks, researchers say today. More

06/01/2016 - Diabetes patients pass 4m
The UK now has more than four million people living with diabetes, according to an analysis. More

04/01/2016 - Parents urged to cut child sugar
British five-year-olds now consume their own weight in sugar every year, campaigners said today. More

29/12/2015 - COPD campaign aims to catch New Year
More than a million people are now living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to figures published today. More

24/12/2015 - Care homes key to sepsis drive
A drive to reduce deaths from sepsis will focus on the care home sector, it was announced yesterday. More

16/12/2015 - Women in labour "left alone," reports show
Growing numbers of women are being left alone during labour in UK hospitals, two British reports show today. More

11/12/2015 - Health service must tackle women's taboos - CMO
Women's health care is hampered by "taboos," English chief medical officer Dame Sally Davies said today. More

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