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Deep discontent is driving UK doctors abroad, GMC research shows

April 16, 2024
Alison Bloomer
Thousands of doctors who are considering leaving UK practice say general improvements to workplace conditions could have the biggest impact on their retention, according to General Medical Council (GMC) research.

Dementia in primary care

April 15, 2024
Simon Thacker
The primary care physician is in a strong position to detect dementia in a timely fashion.  The World Alzheimer Report 2011 champions early diagnosis on the principle that timely intervention both medical and psychosocial, improves outcomes and saves money.

Can dietary supplements prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease? (Part 2)

April 15, 2024
Dr Giles Richards
This two-part report aims to critically appraise the current evidence for common dietary supplements that have been linked with slowing the progression of, or preventing, Alzheimer's disease (AD).

Can dietary supplements prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease? (Part 1)

April 15, 2024
Dr Giles Richards
This two-part report aims to critically appraise the current evidence for common dietary supplements that have been linked with slowing the progression of, or preventing, Alzheimer's disease (AD).

Dietary supplements and the prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease

April 15, 2024
David Smith
As part of our ongoing series looking at the role of dietary supplements in the prevention of Alzheimer's disease, this article looks at key principles underlying nutritional interventions to help the clinician judge the validity of the claims and counter-claims that currently exist in available literature.

Exercise in the management of dementia

April 15, 2024
Dr Emma Jane Davies
There is evidence that more active individuals, especially those who undertake exercise at least three times a week, are at a significantly lower risk of dementia.

Ethics and feeding in stroke

April 15, 2024
admin
Stroke is the third largest cause of death in England. Multiple factors may contribute to a high risk of malnutrition after stroke including physical, social and psychological issues that all impact on quality of life.

Peripheral neuropathy in older people

April 15, 2024
Pippa Medcalf
Peripheral neuropathy is common in older people. Although the ageing process itself may play a part, there are multiple other causes.

Treatment modalities in localised prostate cancer

April 15, 2024
Dr Lloyd D Hughes
It has been well studied that prostate cancer will affect almost all males if they live for a sufficient duration, which is an important consideration in line with the demographic changes occurring within the developed world.

Cancer and ageing

April 15, 2024
admin
More older people are likely to have cancer diagnosed as an emergency, and often receive less surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy for cancer. Professor Jane Maher looks at cancer and ageing.

Symptom management in advanced prostate cancer

April 15, 2024
admin
Prostate cancer was the most common cancer in men in 2011 and represented 25.6% of male cancer diagnoses.

Spotlight: prostate cancer

April 15, 2024
Ananya Choudhury
There are multiple treatment options for patients with low-risk prostate cancer: active surveillance, surgery, external beam radiotherapy and low-dose rate brachytherapy.

Hormonal therapy in breast cancer

April 15, 2024
admin
Breast cancer has been the most common cancer in the UK since 1997. There are approximately 50,000 new cases of breast cancer each year in the UK, with a one in eight lifetime risk of a woman developing breast cancer.

Hormone therapy in prostate cancer

April 15, 2024
admin
This review summarises important androgen deprivation therapy in management of prostate cancer, looking at new as well as established treatment options, and associated medical complications.

Fundamental and holistic aspects of palliative care

April 15, 2024
Kanwaljit Singh
Palliative care has a core and essential component in the form of multidisciplinary holistic management of the physical, spiritual, and psychosocial problems of the patients suffering from terminal and other life-limiting illnesses.
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