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Rises in dental costs expected this year and next

Over the next two years the cost of NHS dental treatment will rise by 10%, meaning a routine appointment will cost more than £20. […]

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South East Coast Ambulance Trust could still be putting patients at risk

The Ambulance Trust at the centre of 111 scandal could still be putting patients at risk, according to The Daily Telegraph. Patients who called […]

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Laws should be tightened on Botox, says Royal College of Surgeons

A BBC investigation into two disgraced nurses offering “Botox Parties” has lead to calls for laws surrounding who can administer Botox to be tightened. […]

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Birmingham hospital to be reviewed weekly following a spate of deaths

Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital must report weekly to the health watchdog, the Care Quality Commission (CQC), following concerns of high death rates during, or […]

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Misdiagnosis that lead to a child’s death, entirely avoidable

Thomas Hull, 9, died just six hours after being sent home from A&E by medic trying to free up beds. The nine-year-old died from […]

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Hospital Blunders Infographic

Shocking health news has hit the headlines over the last few weeks as research revealed at least 340 blunders are occurring  on NHS maternity […]

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Have half a million children been wrongly diagnosed with asthma?

New research has suggested that half a million children have been wrongly diagnosed with asthma. The study suggests that more than half of those […]

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Neurological care in England not good enough, according to MPs

A report from a committee of MPs has found that services for people with neurological conditions in the UK is patchy and poorly co-ordinated. […]

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More than a quarter of NHS staff believe their hospital could be doing more to learn from mistakes

An NHS staff survey found that doctors and nurses are still being bullied by managers if they raise concerns about safety in their services. […]

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Hundreds of mothers are dying following mistakes by doctors and midwives

Figures from NHS England show that 124,143 incidents were reported by maternity units last year. These included midwives not monitoring the foetus’s heartbeat correctly, […]

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More than 1,100 patients have suffered from serious errors in English hospitals in the past four years

A Press Association investigation has found that serious and preventable medical mistakes have happened to 1,100 people since 2012. Mistakes so serious that they […]

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Old Equipment Could Be Putting Cancer Patients at Risk

One in five radiotherapy machines in England are pass their scrappage date, according to an investigation by Sky News. The Freedom of Information request […]

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New figures have shown that the number of sepsis deaths recorded in England’s hospitals has risen by more than a third in two years. […]

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Headway Releases New Acquired Brain Injury Statistics

By using 2016-17 hospital admission statistics, Headway has compiled the first dataset on all Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)-related hospital admissions in the UK. This […]

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Radical new organ donor law could save hundreds of lives a year, but NHS warns plans could fail

A new law concerning organ donation could save as many as 700 lives a year, the government has said. The change, which is to […]

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