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Dr Harry Brown reviews McRae’s Elective Orthopaedics which is suitable for junior orthopaedic surgical trainees as well as other health professionals who encounter patients with musculoskeletal illnesses.
People with eating disorders are being repeatedly failed by the UK’s healthcare system, and this is partly due to a lack of training for healthcare professionals.
When prescribed, diet pills can be an invaluable resource for people trying to lose weight. However, there are hundreds of unregulated diet pills available to buy online, some of which can be extremely dangerous and even cause fatal…
The leader of the opposition, Sir Keir Starmer, has recently announced Labour’s plans to reform the NHS. But the plan has been criticised by NHS staff, who say it could put patient safety at risk and exacerbate the elective care backlog.
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Video door bells are the latest technology craze, but are they worth the hype? In this blog, Dr Harry Brown tells us how his reluctant household was eventually sold by the peace of mind and additional security his latest gadget offered.
In this article, we speak to two leading neurologists and a patient about neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder (NMOSD); a rare autoimmune disorder, predominantly affecting young women, which causes inflammation of the optic nerves and…
It would be an understatement to say the UK government has seen a turbulent week following the announcement it would cut taxes by £45 billion in a bid to get the UK economy moving again.
NHS England recently announced a new package of measures which aim to rapidly boost capacity and resilience through increasing bed availability and staff numbers.
The Royal College of Nursing and Unite the union have both announced that they will begin balloting hundreds of thousands of their members over potential strike action. But why are NHS workers threatening to strike? And what will happen if…
The government has shown a "marked reluctance" to act decisively as the NHS and the social care sector face the greatest workforce crisis in its history, according to a damning new report from health and social care select committee.
Everyone enjoys a life hack that saves time. This is especially important for busy healthcare professionals whose time is at a premium. In this blog, Dr Harry Brown lists his top five life hacks to help make life more efficient, easier and…
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This article explores malnutrition in older people and what can be done about it. It focuses on the overlapping syndromes of frailty, sarcopenia and malnutrition, as well as malnutrition as a cause and a consequence of disease.