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As the cost of living crisis continues, Dr Harry Brown offers some tips for healthcare professionals to save money, from NHS discounts to recovering refunds.
There is a clear flaw in the way that BMI categorises people into ‘healthy’ and ‘unhealthy’ weight groups. So, is it time to start using a new method to measure overweight and obesity in clinical practice?
In this article, Dr Harry Brown explores some of the ways AI can enhance our lives. From individualised search engine results to video editing and the creation of images using text descriptions, Dr Brown says AI could have a similar effect…
Today, the government announced a two-year pilot backed by £40 million of funding which will explore how weight loss drugs could help to tackle the obesity crisis.
RCP says Labour party's health commitments for England are "a welcome and ambitious long-term vision for a healthier population".
This article explores the connection between neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs) and sepsis, and how this discovery could pave the way for new diagnostic tools and treatments.
Dr Harry Brown reviews the fourth edition of the Oxford Handbook of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, which provides a wealth of practical advice on diagnosing and managing common conditions.
ChatGPT recently burst onto the technology scene as a type of artificial intelligence model that is used for generating human-like text, but that is not all it can do. Dr Harry Brown looks at the huge ramifications of the system, not just…
Private practice is not without its faults or limitations, but Dr Edin Lakasing argues that it could be a potential ally to a struggling NHS.
One of the most significant NHS strikes begins today (13 March), with thousands of junior doctors set to stop all work, including nights, on-call shifts, and non-resident work, for 72 hours.