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Researchers develop pressure sensors for amputees

15th April 2014

Pressure sensors could prevent dangerous sores for amputees who suffer rubbing against their artificial limbs.

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New treatment for hepatitis C

14th April 2014

Scientists say new hepatitis C treatment 'is a breakthrough'.

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Mental health cuts costing NHS millions

10th April 2014

A report has said mental health cuts are costing the NHS millions long-term.

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Comment and Opinion

24th March 2014

Delivering affordable world-class health care

Health experts, Vijay Govindarajan and Ravi Ramamurti, have looked at how Indian hospitals are providing world-class healthcare for a fraction of the price.

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17th March 2014

Elderly nutrition can have 'dramatic impact'

The 17th-23rd of March marks Nutrition and Hydration Awareness Week.

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22nd January 2014

Increased healthcare budgets are not the answer, says report.

Only 40% of life expectancy improvements are due to improved healthcare spending.

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20th January 2014

NHS reforms under the microscope

TV’s Doctor Phil Hammond believes 'Integration is the key to improving NHS services for patients'.

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25th March 2014

Scientists discover new preventative strategies for stroke

A team of US scientists outline new potential strategies for disease prevention.

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25th March 2014

Talking therapies for schizophrenia 'moderately effective'

Researchers say CBT for schizophrenics could be as effective as drugs.

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Partnership recommends UKCHIP registration to drive up standards

Friends and Family Test data published

Recession hits mentally ill hard

Autistic children vulnerable to bullying

Infection spreading in cystic fibrosis patients

£42m wasted on missed hospital appointments

Worcestershire could save £4m

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Sharing information could prevent suicides

Cocaine users struggle with empathy

GPs increase focus on youth mental health

Finnamore bought by GE Healthcare

Phobias could be passed through genes

Payment by results dropped for mental health

Partnership recommends UKCHIP registration to drive up standards

Friends and Family Test data published

Recession hits mentally ill hard

Autistic children vulnerable to bullying

Press Releases

18th October 2016

Sharp rise in children contacting Childline about online porn

Relating to: NSPCC

6th June 2016

NSPCC calls for more action to support the mental health of babies and young children in care

Relating to: NSPCC

19th February 2015

Mayden awarded SBRI Healthcare bid

Relating to: Mayden

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More Features

NHS reforms under the microscope

TV’s Doctor Phil Hammond believes 'Integration is the key to improving NHS services for patients'.

Public health goals should reflect state, individual responsibilities

On World Health Day, we are reminded of the complexities of the health environments in which we live and work.

Panorama finds patient safety concerns

On 3 December Panorama looked at NHS hospital services and the pressure they are under with increasing demand.

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