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Doctors are Prescribing Nature for their Patients

Doctors are Prescribing Nature for their Patients

Doctors are recommending that many of their patients ditch the pills and take a walk in the park instead. Substantial research has been conducted on the therapeutic benefits of spending…
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Mobile Phones – the New Danger Zone

Mobile Phones – the New Danger Zone

A major new study by experts has found that the number of mobile phone related injuries has shot up since the advent of smartphones. It seems that the more advanced…
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GPs Vote to Scrap Home Visits

GPs Vote to Scrap Home Visits

At the end of November, doctors voted to scrap home visits by GPs.  In a move that has received criticism from some quarters, around 300 delegates made the decision to…
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Parties Make Promises to Sinking NHS

Parties Make Promises to Sinking NHS

Labour has said that it will spend more on the NHS than the Tories if they get into power. Whilst announcing his party's election policy, Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth…
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NHS is Election Hot Potato

NHS is Election Hot Potato

As we near the general election, the NHS is yet again a political hot potato. In the first days of the election campaign, the Conservatives and Labour have already traded…
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Social Media gets tighter on medical marketing

Social Media gets tighter on ‘medical’ marketing

While it’s true that the Internet means that we’ve never had such a wealth of information at our fingertips, when it comes to medical advice the web can be a…
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Brexit

Brexit backlash threatens the nation’s health

Health leaders have written to Boris Johnson warning him of the impact of a no-deal Brexit. The heads of 17 royal colleges and health charities across the UK say clinicians…
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Doctor Burnout at Critical Level

Doctor burnout at critical level

According to a joint study by Birkbeck, University of London and University College London (UCL), 55% of 417 UK doctors surveyed met the criteria for burnout and emotional exhaustion. The…
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Is reality TV bad for our health

Is reality TV bad for our health?

Reality TV programmes often get a bad rap when it comes to setting an example for young people. While shows like Love Island and Geordie Shore are sometimes accused of…
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Pensions fiasco pushes NHS to breaking point

Pensions fiasco pushes NHS to breaking point

The impact of rule changes in 2016 means that many NHS doctors and nurses have been hit with large unexpected tax bills. As many quit working the extra hours that…
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