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Nuffield Trust analysis reveals how much health service in the UK relies on staff from abroad

Nuffield Trust analysis reveals how much health service in the UK relies on staff from abroad

Brits betting online, eating unhealthily and drinking too much alcohol

Brits betting online, eating unhealthily and drinking too much alcohol

AI can increase people's wellbeing but potential dangers remain

AI can increase people's wellbeing but potential dangers remain

Unique training program co-created and delivered by people with learning disability launched

Unique training program co-created and delivered by people with learning disability launched

Psychological well-being at 52 years prospectively associated with cognitive function at 69 years

Psychological well-being at 52 years prospectively associated with cognitive function at 69 years

Study calls for improved mental health support for people affected by terrorist attacks

Study calls for improved mental health support for people affected by terrorist attacks

The arts play an important role in improving well-being, according to a WHO report

The arts play an important role in improving well-being, according to a WHO report

Medical providers often miss the complex social needs of frequent ED users, say researchers

Medical providers often miss the complex social needs of frequent ED users, say researchers

King's College London, UCL launch new study on impact of arts on physical and mental health

King's College London, UCL launch new study on impact of arts on physical and mental health

Research: Alternative pathway to production of male hormones is present during human fetal development

Research: Alternative pathway to production of male hormones is present during human fetal development

NHS needs to act on patient feedback to improve the quality of mental health care

NHS needs to act on patient feedback to improve the quality of mental health care

Irish researchers choose Shimmer's Verisense technology to study fatigue in breast cancer patients

Irish researchers choose Shimmer's Verisense technology to study fatigue in breast cancer patients

Financial pressure on care homes driving a new trend in choice of mattresses

Financial pressure on care homes driving a new trend in choice of mattresses

Addressing social needs in health care delivery can help achieve better health outcomes

Addressing social needs in health care delivery can help achieve better health outcomes

Innovative study aims to improve care for patients using opioids for long-term pain

Innovative study aims to improve care for patients using opioids for long-term pain

Antidepressant use soars among people aged 65 and over

Antidepressant use soars among people aged 65 and over

Kingston University’s award-winning rehabilitation program receives national recognition

Kingston University’s award-winning rehabilitation program receives national recognition

People with persistent back pain, headaches twice as likely to suffer from both disorders

People with persistent back pain, headaches twice as likely to suffer from both disorders

New study assesses the prevalence of screening for social needs

New study assesses the prevalence of screening for social needs

Next phase of innovative decision support program may lead to better health and care

Next phase of innovative decision support program may lead to better health and care