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Cerebral palsy: new NICE guideline
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Cerebral palsy: new NICE guideline

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published its first dedicated guideline on diagnosing and managing cerebral palsy in under...

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NSAIDs little help for back pain

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New guidelines for treating lower back pain

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Trump to appoint vaccine sceptic to chair commission on vaccine safety

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Spine specialists issue warning over ‘text neck’

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American College of Physicians takes a stand against Trump

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Lower mortality for patients treated by international doctors

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Link between debt and death

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Seeing the same GP leads to fewer hospital admissions

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GPs told to ration stop smoking services

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NHS at ‘breaking point’, warns BMA

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Researchers blame health care cuts for mortality rise

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Ten million GP appointments wasted each year

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Thousands of new mothers have no access to midwives

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Researchers call for vitamin D food fortification

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Skype helps with chronic knee pain
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Skype helps with chronic knee pain

An internet delivered programme produced meaningful improvements in pain and function among patients with chronic knee pain, research published in the...

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MS: stem cell transplant nets good long-term outcomes

Most patients were alive 5 y later, and nearly half were free of progression.

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European Commission warns of health risks with UV-C hospital equipment sterilisation process
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European Commission warns of health risks with UV-C hospital equipment sterilisation process

UV-C lamps are often used to sterilise hospital equipment

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Acute optic neuritis: opicinumab may improve remyelination

Current therapies for optic neuritis and multiple sclerosis do not repair neuronal damage.

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MS: alemtuzumab, natalizumab similarly effective for reducing relapse

Results of a longitudinal cohort study in 23 countries.

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MS-related healthcare needs fall sharply after initiation of natalizumab

Study shows sharp drop in hospitalizations, corticosteroid use, sick days, and associated costs.

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Parkinson's disease: Nordic walking yields small benefit

Results of a meta-analysis.

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Herpes zoster linked to increased risk for Parkinson's disease in seniors

Elevated risk was most marked in the first 3 mo after herpes zoster diagnosis.

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Parkinson's disease: add-on zonisamide yields benefit

Meta-analysis shows reduced motor impairment and “off” time.

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Stroke: MRI findings predict dysphagia, dysarthria, and aphasia

Early identification of these stroke-associated conditions may assist treatment management.

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Vitamin D may not protect patients from developing dementia

Results of an 18-y study.

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Chronotype does not affect clinical phenotype of cluster headache

At least between male and female patients.

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Does hormone replacement therapy reduce risk for dementia in menopausal women?

Studies on protection from AD in menopausal women using hormonal therapy have been inconsistent.

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MRI technique to predict cognitive impairment in older depressed patients

Pay attention to the right ventral diencephalon, among other structures.

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