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IVF cuts defy national guidelines

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Meningitis vaccination plan for Hampshire schoolchildren

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NHS budget cuts leave sexual health services at ‘breaking point’

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Wales to adopt new regulations for blood donation

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NICE: GPs urged to create national autism register

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£1.3bn recruitment plan for mental health

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Caregivers’ knowledge, attitudes, and experiences, threaten their commitment to OPV in Afghanistan
  • The Lancet Infectious Diseases
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Caregivers’ knowledge, attitudes, and experiences, threaten their commitment to OPV in Afghanistan

Study provides insights into threats to OPV commitment in high-priority areas of Afghanistan

EMA approves new medicine for eosinophilic oesophagitis
  • Global Medical News
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EMA approves new medicine for eosinophilic oesophagitis

The European Medicines Agency has recommended granting marketing authorisation for the new orodispersible budesonide formulation.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from Sci Total Environ
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Indoor air quality and pediatric asthma and allergy

Gas stoves, cockroaches, and humidifiers were among the risk factors in children's homes.

New guidelines on seasonal allergic rhinitis
  • Global Medical News
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New guidelines on seasonal allergic rhinitis

Two medicines are not always better than one for treating seasonal allergic rhinitis.

Children exposed early to antibiotics likely to have allergies later in life
  • UK Medical News
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Children exposed early to antibiotics likely to have allergies later in life

Meta-analysis of 34 observational studies.

Lung Disease: Monthly Essentials November 2017
  • Global Monthly Essentials
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Lung Disease: Monthly Essentials November 2017

Vitamin D to prevent severe asthma exacerbations | Short-acting beta antagonist misuse in asthma | COPD more likely in women with RA, even nonsmokers | Beta-blocker underprescribing in COPD.

Gluten-free diet has no effect on IVF outcomes in women with celiac disease │ASRM
  • Conference reports - RSi Communications
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Gluten-free diet has no effect on IVF outcomes in women with celiac disease │ASRM

Infertility or subfertility may occur with celiac disease but possible benefit from a gluten-free diet has not been shown.

  • Clinical Summaries from Thorax
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In the UK, most people with asthma have mild disease

This is the first description of the UK’s general asthma population according to age groups.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from Thorax
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Many asthma patients do well after omalizumab discontinuation

And those who don’t can often restart it successfully.

Respiratory diseases: are NHS interventions working?
  • UK Medical News
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Respiratory diseases: are NHS interventions working?

A report commissioned by the British Lung Foundation and the British Thoracic Society reviews the evidence.

  • Clinical Summaries from Lancet Child Adolesc Health
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Asthma: new findings challenge NICE diagnostic algorithm

The authors conclude that until better evidence is available, the proposed NICE algorithm should not be implemented in children.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from Semin Arthritis Rheum
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Women with RA are likelier to develop COPD, regardless of smoking

But asthma risk is not increased.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from Int J Epidemiol
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Immune-related conditions increase GBS risk for women

A longitudinal cohort study among more than 1.1 million parous women.

Many patients with celiac disease inadvertently consume gluten daily | WCG
  • Conference reports - RSi Communications
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Many patients with celiac disease inadvertently consume gluten daily | WCG

Consumption of foods containing gluten was influenced by sex and significantly higher for unmarried vs married patients.