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“Red flags” noted for spinal condition
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“Red flags” noted for spinal condition

The Medical Defence Union (MDU) has warned GPs, particularly those working out of hours, about the importance of diagnosing cauda equina syndrome promptly...

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NSAIDs linked to cardiac arrest

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Brain bleeding link to anti-clotting drugs

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Dental health, diabetes, and dementia

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Google’s kidney injury deal should serve as a “cautionary tale for health care”

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Sciatica: no relief from pregabalin

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New guidance on end-of-life care

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Patients who trust their doctor may have better clinical outcomes

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6 in 10 European doctors planning on leaving the UK

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Professional & Business

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Half of £2bn cash boost spent outside NHS

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Report: GPs not treating gynaecological patients ‘with dignity or respect’

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Bariatric surgery rationing ‘misguided’

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Scottish NHS increases access to IVF treatment

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£2bn for social care ‘not solution to the crisis’

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Less than half of women breastfeed after 2 months

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EMA recommends suspension of several medicines due to unreliable study data
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EMA recommends suspension of several medicines due to unreliable study data

The European Medicines Agency inspection team identified a number of concerns, including misrepresentation of study data.

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Diabetic peripheral neuropathy: which drugs work best?

A systematic review of 106 randomized controlled trials.

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Chocolate consumption linked to reduced stroke risk, but only in women

Results of a population-based Japanese cohort study.

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Sustainability and transformation plans: 4 key concerns
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Sustainability and transformation plans: 4 key concerns

Success of STPs is crucial for the evolution of health and care services.

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Parkinson’s disease: An update on motor and non-motor side-effects associated with dopamine agonists
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Parkinson’s disease: An update on motor and non-motor side-effects associated with dopamine agonists

Emerging evidence highlights the overlapping mechanisms underlying impulse control disorders and levodopa-induced dyskinesias

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Trump's proposed healthcare Bill pulled at 11th hour
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Trump's proposed healthcare Bill pulled at 11th hour

Representative organisations for healthcare professionals have welcomed the outcome.

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Sleep apnea may be aneurysm risk factor

The association between intracranial aneurysm and obstructive sleep apnea has not been previously studied.

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Two brief tools pick up cognitive impairment in pediatric-onset MS

BICAMS and the Cogstate computer assessment performed similarly well.

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Biomarkers for Parkinson's: N-glycosylation of plasma IgG shows promise

Sensitivity was 87.2% and specificity was 92.2% for identifying patients with Parkinson's disease.

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New generation antiepilpetic drugs may not be best for status epilepticus

Few studies have documented the effects of these new antiepileptics on clinical outcome.

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Errorless learning vs trial and error: which is better for patients with dementia?

A head-to-head trial.

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Arthritis and cognitive impairment: no link found in large study

The Health and Retirement Study found similar cognitive impairment and dementia rates regardless of arthritis.

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Intracranial atherosclerotic disease linked to dementia

Another vascular risk factor comes to light.

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TIA/stroke: time of day affects cognitive screening results

Severe cognitive impairment was more common in the afternoon vs morning.

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