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Thursday 28th May 2015

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28th May 2015

Desktop upgrade at Imperial

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust has upgraded its desktop in preparation for the roll-out of Cerner Millennium.

digitalhealth

Are doctors too slow to spot cancer?

A study suggests GPs in the UK are slower than other countries to refer patients.

BBC News

Caffeine health warning

The European Food Safety Authority warn that more than five espressos worth of caffeine a day could be damaging to health.

BBC News

New bid to legalise assisted dying

Labour peer to reintroduce bill to make assisted dying legal in England and Wales.

OnMedica

Watch NHS England's board meeting

Thursday, 28 May at 10.30am.

NHS England

Can we stop worrying about bacon?

Doctors moving away from warnings about saturated fat and cholesterol.

The Independent

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27th May 2015

Ambulance trust pulls out of two NHS 111 contracts

Just one year after committing to provide NHS 111 service, South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust pulls out of contracts in the south west.

digitalhealth

Cold sore virus shows promise in treating skin cancer

Researchers say a modified herpes virus can help fight cancer.

BBC News

GP web services expected to reach 2 million

Web GP is expected to reach two million patients.

digitalhealth

Know the truth about vaccines

Infographic details financial connections behind criminally-run vaccine industry.

Natural News

26th May 2015

Heart failure patients need counselling for depression

Scientists say heart failure victims should be screened for depression and offered counselling.

BBC News

Dyslexia not linked to eyesight

Researchers say eye tests on more than 5,800 children did not show any differences in vision of those with dyslexia.

BBC News

NHS deficit reported as £822m in 2014/15

NHS trusts in England reported a total deficit of £822m compared to £115m in the previous year.

BBC News

Bowel cancer linked to childhood obesity

Research suggests being overweight in adolescence is linked to greater risk of bowel cancer later in life.

BBC News

Ten year deal for Cerner at Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust have signed a £23m deal to continue using Cerner Millennium.

digitalhealth

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