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American College of Physicians takes a stand against Trump
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American College of Physicians takes a stand against Trump

In a statement, the ACP has warned that President Trump’s ban on Muslim immigrants will have “a negative impact on public and global health”.

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GPs unsure of tamoxifen for prevention

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Pfizer's breast cancer drug too costly for NHS

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Lower mortality for patients treated by international doctors

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Seeing the same GP leads to fewer hospital admissions

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Doctors spend 3-times more time on computers than with patients

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Fracture risk reduced with anti-inflammatory diet

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Computer screens and doctors

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Can aspirin prevent miscarriage?

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Professional & Business

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BBC: Prosecutions ‘rare’ for elderly care abuse

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‘Jam-full’ hospitals a risk to patients, says RCP

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7-day GP access to go ahead in Greater Manchester

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GPs failing patients with eating disorders, says charity

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Children’s daily sugar intake equivalent to 20 chocolate chip biscuits

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Wait for surgery is too long, says Royal College

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“Ban prenatal screen” for sex selection
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“Ban prenatal screen” for sex selection

Testing a fetus to determine its sex should be banned, and the marketing practices of manufacturers and private companies offering the tests should be...

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Plans to help the NHS

Primary and secondary care are struggling to cope with the ever increasing demand

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Almost 1 in 5 patients non-adherent to medication
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Almost 1 in 5 patients non-adherent to medication

Having a pain or mental disorder were among the predictors for low adherence.

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Re-assessing decision-making patterns in evidence-based medicine
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Re-assessing decision-making patterns in evidence-based medicine

Evidence-based medicine to emphasise on a balance between the available evidence and patient's values, preferences

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Is social media improving communication of accurate health information to patients?
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Is social media improving communication of accurate health information to patients?

Should doctors use social media to play a greater role in helping patients access health information.

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  • Clinical Essentials from J Clin Oncol
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Ovarian cancer: hormonal maintenance therapy extends PFS

Study shows benefit after surgery and platinum-based chemotherapy in women with stage II-IV LGSC.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Matern Child Health J
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At risk population: the incarcerated obstetric patient

Incarcerated women do not get adequate obstetrical care.

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Cervical cancer in the US: regional differences in rates and mortality

Incidence and mortality were higher in black women and those living in the southern US.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Vaccine
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Is GBS vaccination to prevent neonatal sepsis in our future?

GBS is the leading cause of neonatal sepsis worldwide.

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Obstetric anaesthesia link to cardiac arrest
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Obstetric anaesthesia link to cardiac arrest

Nearly a quarter of cardiac arrests occurring in pregnancy are caused by complications of obstetric anaesthesia, a prospective study of UK data has shown.1

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  • Clinical Essentials from J Minim Invasive Gynecol
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MIS equivalent to laparotomy in early ovarian cancer

Meta-analysis finds minimally invasive surgery provides superior operative results.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Hypertension
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Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy have effects across generations

Children born from these pregnancies have higher BP, markers of CVD risk.

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Exercise cuts risk of breast cancer recurrence and mortality
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Exercise cuts risk of breast cancer recurrence and mortality

Lifestyle changes can improve overall health of patients with breast cancer.

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Pregnancy: is routine screening for chlamydia cost-effective?

Over 1.3 million US cases of C trachomatis infection were reported in 2010.

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