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The government is piloting a new scheme which allows the NHS 111 online service to make direct referrals to local pharmacies for a same-day consultation.
NICE has conditionally recommended five wearable devices for patients with Parkinson’s disease, which will enable the NHS to better collect data on patients’ symptoms.
A study has found that a new, non-invasive skin cancer imaging technology is significantly more accurate at diagnosing basal cell carcinoma (BCC), the most common type skin cancer, compared to the usual diagnostic methods.
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…
New figures from NHS Digital show that more than 16 million repeat prescriptions were ordered via the NHS App in the last year, with millions of patients benefitting from health services available through the app.
A new sleep app for people with insomnia is being recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) as an alternative to sleeping pills.
Health data must be better utilised if we are to effectively tackle the NHS backlog, according to researchers from across the UK.
Introducing mRNA technology to cancer immunotherapy improves the response in patients who weren't previously responding to treatment, according to new research published in the journal Cancer Immunology Research.
There has been a growing interest in genealogy over the last few years. This exploding interest has in part been fuelled by the supportive and growing technological support provided by computer software and hardware as well as the…
Crucial early diagnosis of dementia in general practice could improve by using a computer model designed in a collaboration between Brighton and Sussex Medical School and astrophysicists at the University of Sussex.
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Nearly 30,000 people across the country with type 1 diabetes have received diabetes monitors so they do not have to carry out multiple painful finger-prick checks.