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Thursday 19th January 2017

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18th Jan 2017

Patients diagnosed with asthma don't have condition

Many patients diagnosed with asthma do not have the condition according to a study published in JAMA.


Director of DH resigns

A director at the Department of Health has announced his resignation.

Health Service Journal

Addendbroke's to be taken out of special measures

A report has said thanks to the dedication of staff, Addenbrooke's is expected to come out of special measures.

BBC News

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17th Jan 2017

Sepsis warning

Sepsis can easily be mistaken for influenza.

BBC News

Trust forced to cut community nursing staff

An east London trust is being forced to axe a fifth of its community nursing team due to funding cuts.

Health Service Journal

Acupuncture could relieve colic in babies

Research from Sweden suggests acupuncture could be an effective treatment for colic.


Anorexia can affect women in mid-life

UK research suggests eating disorders can affect a small number of women in their 40s and 50s.

BBC News

16th Jan 2017

Pathology service shut after ransomware attack

Barts Health Trust has shut its pathology service after being infected by ransomware.

Health Service Journal

Coping with stress

Study found having higher levels of self-esteem among other things, can help people cope better with stress.

The Guardian

Patient Safety Awards deadline approaching

The 2017 Patient Safety Awards are open for entries.

Health Service Journal

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