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A talk with your GP may reduce risk of getting cardiovascular disease

A talk with your GP may reduce risk of getting cardiovascular disease

Australia: Coronavirus spreads, drive-through testing, pop up clinics and $2.4 billion

Australia: Coronavirus spreads, drive-through testing, pop up clinics and $2.4 billion

U.S. medical panel thinks twice about pushing cognitive screening for dementia

U.S. medical panel thinks twice about pushing cognitive screening for dementia

Weight gain after breast cancer is a greater problem than previously thought

Weight gain after breast cancer is a greater problem than previously thought

Study: It is hard to determine women’s menopausal age

Study: It is hard to determine women’s menopausal age

Future of cardiovascular disease management revolves around remote patient monitoring

Future of cardiovascular disease management revolves around remote patient monitoring

Anti-epileptic drugs linked to increase in patients' risk of suicide

Anti-epileptic drugs linked to increase in patients' risk of suicide

Study explores practice characteristics and job satisfaction among GPs in 11 countries

Study explores practice characteristics and job satisfaction among GPs in 11 countries

AI could help revolutionize pathology laboratories

AI could help revolutionize pathology laboratories

In Hamburg, ‘Gesundheit’ means more than a wish for good health

In Hamburg, ‘Gesundheit’ means more than a wish for good health

4 out of 5 people on antidepressant drugs are unaware of the side effects

4 out of 5 people on antidepressant drugs are unaware of the side effects

Single course of antibiotics may boost colon cancer risk

Single course of antibiotics may boost colon cancer risk

Concussions may cause loss of sense of smell

Concussions may cause loss of sense of smell

Number of fully-immunized Australian kids hits record high

Number of fully-immunized Australian kids hits record high

'Weekend effect' mortality rate in hospitals not a reliable indicator of care quality

'Weekend effect' mortality rate in hospitals not a reliable indicator of care quality

Study finds shortcomings in long-term care for heart failure patients in the UK

Study finds shortcomings in long-term care for heart failure patients in the UK

Study: Many patients with schizophrenia and epilepsy die before reaching the age of fifty

Study: Many patients with schizophrenia and epilepsy die before reaching the age of fifty

New clinical trial for patients with IBS-D offers real hope and drug free relief

New clinical trial for patients with IBS-D offers real hope and drug free relief

Polypharmacy in old age increases risk of adverse side effects

Polypharmacy in old age increases risk of adverse side effects

Study finds no association between antiepileptic drug use and dementia risk

Study finds no association between antiepileptic drug use and dementia risk