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Tuesday 26th July 2016

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26th Jul 2016

Dutch men are world's tallest

A new study confirms Dutch men and Latvian women tower over other nationalities.

BBC News

Possible merger for Midlands trust

Derbyshire Healthcare Foundation Trust on path to possible merger.

Health Service Journal

Binge watching TV is bad for you

Scientists suggest binge watching TV could kill you.

Areas in brain that change during teenage years identified

Scientists have identified areas of the brain that change the most during teenage years.

BBC News

Stem cell match found for toddler

After a two-year search, a match has been found for a toddler with 'one in almost nine million' blood disorder.

BBC News

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25th Jul 2016

Referral dealys for arthritis patients

An audit suggests only 20% of patients with suspected inflammatory arthritis are referred to a specialist within the target three days.

BBC News

Call to reduce salt in processed foods

The FDA renew call to cut salt in processed foods to reduce Americans' high intake.

Web MD

The history of prosthetics

Prosthetics have come a long way in the past seven centuries and can now be styled for personal taste.

The Independent

Simple therapy as effective as CBT

Research published in The Lancet, suggests a simpler therapy known as behavioural activation could be just as effective as CBT at treating depression.

22nd Jul 2016

Alcohol causes seven types of cancer

A review has concluded that alcohol causes seven types of cancer and probably others.

The Independent

UK's first double hand transplant a success

UK's first double hand transplant has taken place at Leeds General Infirmary.

BBC News

NHS bosses accused of making excuses on delays

NHS bosses told by MPs that they are not being tough enough on delays in discharging medically fit patients.

BBC News

Trust chiefs accused of over-recruitment

Hospital chief executives have hit back at claims of over-recruitment by NHS Improvements.

Health Service Journal

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