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The Psychology Of Bulk Buying Explained
The reason we are panic buying due to the imminent threat of COVID-19 is because the brain’s survival mode overrides
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What Happens If A Surgeon Makes A Mistake?
Many people who undergo surgery are unwell and so the added stress of a medical mistake can be very difficult
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The Most Expensive Daily Parking Charges At A&Es Revealed As Waiting Times Hit Record Highs
In December it was reported that every major A&E unit in England failed to hit its four-hour A&E waiting time
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Research Reveals Large Geographical Differences in Quit Smoking Success in England
Stoke-on-Trent is the clear winner, with an increase in success rate of 91% since 2009, closely followed by five London
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The Reality of Snakebites – Time is Tissue
With at least 600,000 people worldwide killed or permanently disabled each year, snakebites are the biggest public health crisis that
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Leaks of internal information most prevalent risk in life sciences industry, according to Kroll’s annual Global Fraud and Risk Report
Kroll’s annual Global Fraud and Risk Report, with research conducted by Forrester Consulting, examines the current global risk landscape, understanding
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Global experts request that medical societies highlight the importance of choline during pregnancy and breastfeeding
During a satellite symposium* at the 13th Congress of the European Society of Gynecology, a group of scientific leaders and
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Announcing October Awareness Month for Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT), the ‘Most Common Rare Disease’ in the UK
Some 25,000 people are thought to be living with Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disease in the UK, making it the most common
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Some of the most common health myths debunked by experts
Without having the facts and figures, don’t play with your health. If you want clarification of an ailment, make sure
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The Children’s e-Hospital launches paediatric first aid kit
The first aid kit – which has been developed to use alongside the resources on the e-Hospital website – contains
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Polycystic Ovary Month
Polycystic Ovary Awareness Month – what must you know?
September Is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome awareness month, where we promote further knowledge and research into this little-understood disease. In this
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New Training Course Launched to Help People with Brexit-related Depression
A new London diploma course aims to train healthcare professionals in how to help people overcome anxiety caused by crises
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