Category list : Anatomy and physiology
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“Free bus passes are spreading good health among older people,” the Daily Mail reported.
The Daily Mail has reported that women who regularly take ibuprofen or paracetamol are ‘more likely to lose their hearing’.
The Daily Telegraph tells us “why dieting is all in the timing”. Sticking to strict mealtimes is apparently the key, rather than snacking on healthy food.
An exclusive summary of new NICE guidance for health professionals from a member of the guideline development group on the management of an acute painful sickle cell episode.
Patricia Cornell is equipping nurses with auditing and communication skills to boost services in rheumatology.
'I soon began to see how seriously unwell it could make children in the paediatric intensive care unit'Subscription
After seeing how seriously ill children could become with flu, Dan Bowen has worked tirelessly to ensure his colleagues are immunised.
Smokers urged to quit in 'Stoptober'Subscription
A national campaign urging smokers to quit for a month has been launched by the government.
Head injuries link to Alzheimer's deathsSubscription
American football players are four times more likely than normal to die from Alzheimer’s disease, new research has found.
Every now and again a report comes out detailing how a group of patients are not receiving the care they need.
One determined health professional, Tony Jameson-Allen, and his team are making strides to improve the quality of life for dementia patients using sport