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2014/11/27 14:19
2014/11/27 14:19
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A top doctor has slammed a pill that helps people cut down on booze. The drug - called nalmefene - is now available on the NHS to drinkers who consume half a bottle of wine or at least three pints a...
2014/11/27 14:19
2014/11/27 14:19
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2014/11/27 09:00
2014/11/27 09:00
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Costs are well above other parts of the UK and comptroller and auditor general Kieran Donnelly proposed reducing the amount of fluctuation between the amount paid by different practices and cutting...
2014/11/26 12:20
2014/11/26 12:20
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Hospital emergency departments in Wales will be put under “severe pressure” during the winter months due to a lack of beds and an influx of elderly and vulnerable patients, doctors have warned. The...
2014/11/26 11:45
2014/11/26 11:45
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I do think that improved access to GPs at evenings and weekends is a move in the right direction. People do not choose when they get ill, and greater flexibility of surgery hours is a good...
2014/11/26 00:37
2014/11/26 00:37
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The College of Emergency Medicine said that as many as 15 per cent of patients who come to A&E could be treated by GPs. Emergency departments are currently facing unprecedented demand, with hospital...
2014/11/25 18:09
2014/11/25 18:09
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The figures were published in the Scottish Schools Adolescent Lifestyle And Substance Use Survey (SALSUS) 2013 report, which provides trends on substance use and lifestyle issues among Scotland's...
2014/11/25 18:09
2014/11/25 18:09
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For television and film commercials, his voice was used to sell a range of products and services from credit cards and toothpaste to building societies and disinfectant. Perhaps the most famous of the...
2014/11/24 11:18
2014/11/24 11:18
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Good morning. Get your week off to a flying start by getting up to date with all the important advertising stories. 1. Coca-Cola has become the first major World Cup sponsor to publicly criticize...
2014/11/23 12:45
2014/11/23 12:45
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More than 2,000 years ago, the Greek physician Hippocrates, regarded as the Father of Medicine, gave us medical doctors this essential reminder: “Whoever would study medicine aright must learn of the...
2014/11/23 09:19
2014/11/23 09:19
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Bosses at the Care Quality Commission (CQC) watchdog have launched an ‘intelligent monitoring’ database that allows patients to see which practices are highest on its list of priority for inspections...
2014/11/22 14:12
2014/11/22 14:12
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In his former life, Dr Raj Mattu was an internationally recognised cardiologist. On course for a professorship in London, he nonetheless jumped at the chance to return to his home town of Coventry in...
2014/11/20 22:39
2014/11/20 22:39
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Debate: Should Physician-Assisted Suicide Be Legal? Since Oregon legalized physician-assisted suicide for the terminally ill in 1997, more than 700 people have taken their lives with prescribed...
2014/11/20 20:47
2014/11/20 20:47
7d
Private firms from around the world are targeting a £1billion NHS contract to manage the personal medical records of every patient in the UK. Four IT companies in India, a tech giant in Japan, a US...
2014/11/20 07:12
2014/11/20 07:12
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Nearly six in 10 (57%) adults said they were in favour of the change to help save more lives, and 94% backed the principle of organ donation. Around 7000 people in the UK are waiting for an organ...
2014/11/18 19:19
2014/11/18 19:19
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Bosses at the Care Quality Commission watchdog have launched an ‘intelligent monitoring’ database that allows patients to see which practices are highest on its list of priority for inspections under...
2014/11/18 14:09
2014/11/18 14:09
10d
While some organisations, such as the Youth Commission, established by the Scottish Government, have called for a ban on all commercial sales of the products, others have urged a strong regulatory...
2014/11/15 23:17
2014/11/15 23:17
12d
A crisis-hit hospital which declared a “major incident” following an inspection by health watchdogs may not be up and running properly again for a WEEK. Colchester General in Essex is asking people...
2014/11/14 14:21
2014/11/14 14:21
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EXCLUSIVE: Homeopaths sent to deadly Ebola hotspot to treat victims with ARSENIC and SNAKE VENOM Team spent days in remote Liberian hospital to prove that remedies work They planned to treat victims...
2014/11/14 00:51
2014/11/14 00:51
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Over-strecthed NHS gets £700m for winter crisis THE NHS is to get a £700million boost to help overstretched Accident and Emergency departments to cope with extra winter cases. Winter puts pressure...
2014/11/13 15:37
2014/11/13 15:37
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No, it was something much more mundane, though no less sinister – trapped wind. The LAS cycle team later tweeted: “#stratford attended a pt [patient] with trapped wind in the chemist. Pt referred...
2014/11/27 14:19
2014/11/27 14:19
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