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Vitamin D supplements “do cut ARI risk”
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Vitamin D supplements “do cut ARI risk”

The debate over whether patients should be encouraged to supplement their diet has reignited after a study found that vitamin D supplementation can help...

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Allergic rhinitis: new UK consensus statement

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Guidelines for vitamin D supplements reviewed

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New guidelines for treating lower back pain

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NSAIDs little help for back pain

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Is HbA1c level same for all?

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Single liver enzyme test cuts workload

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Third with COPD have asthma symptoms

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Two question test for elderly depression

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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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Chronic pain: physical activity blocks pain perceptions in older adults
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Chronic pain: physical activity blocks pain perceptions in older adults

New findings show pain modulation is significantly related to daily physical activity level.

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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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Does paracetamol use during pregnancy increase risk of asthma in children?
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Does paracetamol use during pregnancy increase risk of asthma in children?

Previous evidence on the role of prenatal paracetamol exposure and asthma risk has been conflicting.

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Brain bleeding link to anti-clotting drugs
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Brain bleeding link to anti-clotting drugs

The risk of subdural haematoma is associated with antithrombotic drug use, particularly a vitamin K antagonist, a large Danish study has found.1

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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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Rapid decline in C difficile infections with the 4C antibiotic stewardship intervention-Scotland
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Rapid decline in C difficile infections with the 4C antibiotic stewardship intervention-Scotland

National antibiotic stewardship intervention limits the use of 4C antibiotics (fluoroquinolones, clindamycin, co-amoxiclav, and cephalosporins) associated with C difficile infection

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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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Hereditary angioedema: possible new treatment on the horizon
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Hereditary angioedema: possible new treatment on the horizon

Early data in a small number of patients suggest the monoclonal antibody lanadelumab is highly effective in reducing frequency of swelling episodes.

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Under- and overtreatment with cholesterol-lowering therapy.
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Under- and overtreatment with cholesterol-lowering therapy.

Around 190,000 per million 35-100 year olds are not treated with cholesterol-lowering therapy according to European guidelines

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Does perindopril/amlodipine + statin make an effective combo for BP control?

PERSPECTIVA study examines the effect of statin therapy on the BP-lowering efficacy of perindopril/amlodipine.

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High levels of bullying and burnout reported by doctors working in infectious disease specialties
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High levels of bullying and burnout reported by doctors working in infectious disease specialties

The findings come from a pan-European survey conducted by the Trainee Association of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases.

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Long-term mobile use carry a greater risk for brain tumours, new study warns
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Long-term mobile use carry a greater risk for brain tumours, new study warns

The use of mobile phones has increased rapidly in recent years.

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Mulberry-extract could reduce diabetes risk
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Mulberry-extract could reduce diabetes risk

Study determines the effect of 3 doses of mulberry extract vs placebo.

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Stress beats smoking, diet when it comes to diabetes risk in women

Results from a 12 y longitudinal study.

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