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Wednesday 16th August 2017

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NHS cyberattack: One in five trusts had not applied important security updates before attack

One in every 150 NHS patients taking prescription benzodiazepines for more than a year

Treasury willl need to provide the funding needed for transformation

NHS will recruit around 2,000 GPs from overseas

UK ranks first in rew eport on international healthcare syetems

First child double hand transplant declared a success

Study shows that looking after brain health could reduce risk of dementia

GSK's new chief executive ditches over 30 drug research projects in strategic review

Latest figures show NHS England short of thousands of staff

Concerns over plans not to vaccinate boys against HPV

Three acute trusts merge departments

Chiefs are hoping collaboration between three acute trusts will lead to millions of pounds of savings.

Apology from Boots for emergency contraception pricing response

Delhi: Indian officials order tobacco companies to remove all advertising

NHS may stop offering prescriptions for homeopathic and herbal treatments

Latest CCG ratings published

UK growth in life expactancy showing signs of levelling off

Money spent buying free time brings higher contentment value than material purchases

South African child appears to be cured of AIDS virus

Blood cancer drug gains breakthrough status

AstraZeneca awarded breakthrough status for blood cancer drug for treatment of a rare type of blood cancer.

Warning issued over CCG restructures

Risk of disruption of management support for GP practices.

More mental health workers to be recruited in England

The health secretary has announced thousands more mental health workers to be recruited by the NHS in England.

Staff personal details made public

Data breach sees hundreds of junior doctors' personal details mistakenly published online by an NHS trust.

Trust warned over bullying culture

The CQC issued a warning to a struggling trust in West Midlands that it could face enforcement action.

Obese risk heart disease even if medically healthy

Experts are warning that people who are overweight or obese have an increased risk of heart disease even if they are 'fat but fit'.

Screening program reduces cases of diabetic sight loss

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