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15/02/2010 - Baby antibiotic warning
New guidance was issued to hospitals today in a bid to stem a raft of incidents involving an antibiotic given to new-born babies. More

11/02/2010 - Obesity pressure on hospitals
The British National Health Service has seen a massive increase in surgical procedures aimed at dealing with obesity in the last four years, according to figures published yesterday. More

19/01/2010 - Children's ward drug errors warning
One in five drug prescriptions in children's wards may be administered wrongly by nurses, researchers warned today. More

15/01/2010 - Fast diagnosis urged for heart failure
Doctors should not delay in diagnosing patients with suspected heart failure, according to proposals published yesterday. More

08/01/2010 - Freeze threat to asthma
People with asthma have been urged to take extra precautions against the freezing weather gripping the northern hemisphere. More

06/01/2010 - Call during freeze, public urged
The British public was urged yesterday to use health service helplines to get advice on keeping warm as much of the northern hemisphere settled into its coldest winter for decades. More

23/12/2009 - Hospitals braced for holiday hazards
Holly and mulled wine over the holiday may pose unexpected risks, according to British hospital reports. More

13/11/2009 - Alarm raised over antipsychotics for dementia
Too many people with dementia are being prescribed dangerous anti-psychotic drugs, it was alleged yesterday. More

12/10/2009 - ICU warning on swine flu
Up to 20 per cent of intensive care beds could be occupied by swine flu patients if the disease becomes a winter epidemic, according to a new analysis. More

09/09/2009 - Social divide hits teen health
Today's British teenagers have a wide range of concerns, from losing weight to alcohol - but are divided by income, according to findings published today. More

17/08/2009 - Flu vaccine plan announced
Some 13 million people will be offered the swine flu vaccine as soon as possible, British ministers have announced. More

03/08/2009 - Private organ transplants face ban
Private transplant operations are set to be banned in Britain as part of a series of measures to ensure patients get "fair" access to donated organs. More

27/07/2009 - Critical care could be overwhelmed by swine flu
Critical care beds in England could be overwhelmed by the swine flu pandemic, experts have warned. More

15/07/2009 - Fertility tourism risk for NHS
British women are increasingly seeking risky fertility treatment overseas, doctors warned today. More

02/07/2009 - Alcohol complicates hospital treatment
The weekly amount of alcohol consumed has a “notable effect” on the number of days spent in hospital, researchers warned today. More

29/06/2009 - No consensus on aneurysm screening
Two new studies have reached different conclusions on the cost-effectiveness of national aortic screening programmes. More

26/06/2009 - 'Urgent action' needed on older cancer deaths
New figures show that the death toll from cancer among people over 75 is higher in the UK than most Western countries. More

19/06/2009 - Plea to family doctors over infertility
GPs could be doing more to help couples struggling to conceive, according to a new report. More

17/06/2009 - Cancer screening linked to wealth and ethnicity
Cancer screening for women is least successful amongst the poor and ethnic minorities, researchers warned today. More

10/06/2009 - UK needs fresh approach to superbugs - BMA
Senior doctors have warned that "superbugs", or healthcare associated infections, will not be beaten in the absence of dedicated long-term strategies. More

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