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Doctors Want To Close Their Books To New Patients

Doctors in Kent have expressed their concern over the number of patients at their practices, and say it puts patient safety at risk. Seven […]

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Solicitor At Pryers Takes On Another Marathon For Charity

On the 16th September Pryers solicitor, Alistair Stokes completed the Oslo Marathon in Norway in aid of the Candlelighters Trust. Alistair Stokes, 36, of […]

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Medical Opinions Ignored In Assessment Of NHS Payments

The NHS funds long-term support and care if a patient’s condition is severe enough. However, the BBC has reported medical opinions have been ignored […]

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Dementia Patients Going Hungry In Hospital

Overstretched hospitals are asking family members visiting their relatives with dementia to help out on the wards at meal times. Dementia patients are routinely […]

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Hospital Board Blame Shortage Of Nurses For Spread Of Deadly Fungus In Hospital

Japan fungus is a potentially deadly fungus which is drug-resistant. Public Health England (PHE) have found the fungus in 20 NHS trusts and independent […]

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Charities And Disabled People To Face Claims For Carers’ Back Pay

Disability charities that failed to pay carers the minimum wage for sleep-in-shifts, face a bill estimated by Mencap of up to £400m. According to […]

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Hospitals Need To Do More To Prevent Patients Getting Injured

NHS chiefs have said that more needs to be done to prevent patients falling when they are in hospital. The National Institute for Health […]

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NHS To Withdraw Funding Of Homeopathy Treatment For Patients

The National Health Service invests almost £100k annually on natural homeopathic treatments, but this is set to change as doctors are asked to stop […]

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New Antibiotics Advice Not Helpful To Patients

Experts from the Brighton and Sussex medical school have argued that instructing patients to finish their course of antibiotics is an old-fashioned view, and […]

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Women With Advanced Breast Cancer Could Receive Personalised Care

New research funded by Breast Cancer Now and Cancer Research UK has found that a new blood test can detect breast cancer tumour DNA. […]

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Taking Some Antibiotics When Pregnant Can Cause Birth Defects

A new study has found that when a mother-to-be takes certain antibiotics during their pregnancy, it can lead to an increased risk of birth […]

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Could Google Glass Help Doctors Give You A Better Experience?

Time strapped doctors are looking at new technology to help them spend more time looking at you rather than their computer screen. Due to […]

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