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The Labour Party said this week that it wanted to get the NHS 'back on its feet and fit for the future', but health leaders say the reform plans need more detail.
At the Conservative Conference Party in Manchester this week, the health secretary, Steve Barclay, laid out a series of long-term measures to support the NHS, which give patients “more control and choice.”
In part one of this two-part series, we speak to three experts in the field of dementia about whether eating a healthy, balanced diet could help stave off Alzheimer's disease.
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?
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.
No matter how old you are or how unhealthy you've been in the past, caring for your body has enormous benefits that will help you stay active, sharpen your memory, boost your immune system, manage health problems, and increase your energy.…
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.
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.
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.