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Research identifies cause of IBS pain as ‘gut itch’

New research has identified the cause of IBS pain as 'gut itch'. 11 percent of the world’s population experience Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), but the...
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The annual assessment of health and social care in England

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Sally Davies calls for childhood obesity to be prioritised. 

Chief Medical Officer’s report calls for childhood obesity to be prioritised

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New restrictions on exporting HRT to tackle drug shortages

There will be new restrictions on exporting HRT products, which currently face supply shortages due to manufacturing issues. The Government has confirmed new restrictions on...
EU and UK flags highlighting impact of Brexit on health and social care supply

Impact of Brexit on health and social care supply: NAO report

The National Audit Office (NAO) has published a report exploring the impact of Brexit on health and social care supply. It says that there is...
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‘Room for improvement’ in support for women with cancer

Merck has released the Supporting Women With Cancer report, presenting findings from a global survey of 4585 women across 23 countries. The survey revealed that...
Research into effectiveness of AI at diagnosing disease

Research into effectiveness of AI at diagnosing disease

The first systematic review and meta-analysis into the effectiveness of AI at diagnosing disease suggests artificial intelligence may be as effective as health professionals. But...
image of a hospital and ambulance showing poor diabetes control costs the NHS £3bn in avoidable treatment

Poor diabetes control costs the NHS £3bn in avoidable treatment

New research finds that poor diabetes control costs the NHS £3bn in potentially avoidable hospital treatment in England. The findings, being presented at this year’s...
Roll out of patient diabetes monitors reaches nearly 30,000

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Early signs of adult type 2 diabetes can be seen in children as young as 8 years old, decades before it is likely to...

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