Professional & Business

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NHS Budget increase of £1.6bn ‘disappointing’

  • International Medical Press

GP numbers in England continue to fall

  • International Medical Press

Vitamin D for the prevention of RA

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Government to discuss ‘sustainable settlement’ for NHS

  • International Medical Press

NHS winter crisis set to be worse than predicted

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NICE approves ‘breakthrough’ breast cancer drugs

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New in Obstetrics

Endocrinology: Monthly Essentials November 2017
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Endocrinology: Monthly Essentials November 2017

Short interpregnancy intervals after miscarriage | ART and spontaneous preterm birth risk.

Women's Health: Monthly Essentials November 2017
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Women's Health: Monthly Essentials November 2017

Reproductive history and CVD risk | Delayed cord clamping and survival in preterm infants.

Coffee causes more good than harm
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Coffee causes more good than harm

Consuming coffee should not however be recommended to patients for health purposes.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from ACOG Practice Advisory
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ACOG issues practice advisory on influenza vaccination during pregnancy

Influenza infection during pregnancy is associated with severe maternal morbidity.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol
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Predictors of response to GDM treatment during pregnancy

BMI was associated with the need for metformin.

  • Univadis Editorial - Dr Harry Brown
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The recruitment crisis

Need for better recruitment and retention within the NHS

  • Global Clinical Summaries from Am J Obstet Gynecol
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Vaginal progesterone decreases preterm delivery risk in women with short cervix

Vaginal progesterone may reduce risk for prematurity-related neonatal death by 41%.

Pope tells doctors avoiding ‘overzealous’ treatment is not the same as euthanasia
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Pope tells doctors avoiding ‘overzealous’ treatment is not the same as euthanasia

The Pope sent a detailed message to the World Medical Association’s European Congress on end of life questions.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from Fertil Steril
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Is air pollution linked to miscarriages?

Ozone and particulates may increase miscarriage risk.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from PLoS One
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Folic acid may help reduce congenital heart defect risk

Women should be encouraged to take folic acid supplements during pregnancy.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from J Pediatr
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Dine in or take out? Breast milk delivery mode may make a difference

Lower asthma incidence after breastfeeding vs pumping.

Can non-rifamycin antibiotics alter the efficacy of hormonal contraceptives?
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Can non-rifamycin antibiotics alter the efficacy of hormonal contraceptives?

Results from a systematic review.

Pay gap widening between general practitioners and specialists
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Pay gap widening between general practitioners and specialists

A new report examines remuneration of doctors across OECD countries.

  • Global Clinical Summaries from BMC Pregnancy Childbirth
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No increased neonatal acidemia risk with delayed pushing for OP presentation

Women with fetus in OP position experience longer pushing times, higher composite short-term neonatal morbidity.