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Sunday 21st January 2018

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Top 10 Healthcare IT stories in 2017

The 10 most-read Healthcare IT News articles of 2017.

Combat bloating this Christmas

Probiotic supplements could help, but remember to store them in the fridge.

Cases of shingles down by a third in England

Shingles vaccine has reduced cases by 35% in England say Public Health England.

Ops cancelled to cope with winter surge

Non-emergency operations are to be cancelled in the new year.

How to treat a burn

Get away from source of heat and run affected area of skin under cool, or luke warm water for about 20 mins, avoid ice-cold water.

Roche's MS medicine approved

The EU have approved Roche's multiple sclerosis medicine, Ocrevus.

Aussie flu symptoms

Nine symptoms to look out for.

Mental health aid ordered for military veterans

Trump signed an executive order directing government departments to try and prevent suicide among military veterans.

Women unhappy with breast size don't self-examine

A study suggests women, who are unhappy with their breast size, less likely to carry out regular self-examinations.

Under-16s banned from buying high engery drinks

Waitrose to ban children under the age of 16 from buying high energy drinks.

Sharp rise in flu hospital admissions

Public Health England figures show a sharp rise in flu hospital admissions in England.

Google invests in mental health specialist

Google has contributed to a $40m round of funding in mental health specialist, Quartet.

London trust establishes a subsidiary company

A London foundation trust has set up a subsidiary company to manage estate and generate income.

Everything you need to know about eczema

How can you avoid, or treat, eczema?

Should we be worried about Aussie flu?

A strain of flu circulating this year is H3N2, dubbed Aussie flu because it's the same strain causing big problems in Australia.

Depression and anxiety in pregnancy

According to a study by King's College London, a quarter of pregnant women suffer from mental health problems.

Ways to lower risk of heart disease

Eat more of certain types of food.

Trusts worst in England for racial bias

The worst 10 trusts for racial equality are revealed.

CCG given ultimatum

CCG given three months to decide if it will join regional committee.

Hope for tinnitus

New device could help relieve tinnitus symptoms.

NHS England given deadline to explain cuts to specialist care

NHS England given three months to explain how cuts will not put patient safety at risk.

Heart attack care unequal for women

A new study has found fewer women would die after a heart attack if given same treatment as men.

New early warning system to be rolled out across NHS

Proportion of NHS hospitals' income tied to adoption of new national early warning score.

New view on mental health needed

According to the Mental Health Foundation, 75% of psychological problems are established by the time a person turns 24.

CCGs in Sussex taking legal action

Seven CCGs in Sussex left significantly out of pocket from a failed patient transport operator.

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