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vrijdag 22 juni 2018

Scientific reports: Habitual hot water bathing protects cardiovascular function in middle-aged to elderly Japanese su...

Habitual hot water bathing protects cardiovascular function in middle-aged to elderly Japanese subjects
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Peri-implantitis-associated methanogens: a preliminary report
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Author Correction: Preoperative prognostic nutritional index is a powerful predictor of prognosis in patients with stage III ovarian cancer
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Author Correction: Obese Subjects With Specific Gustatory Papillae Microbiota and Salivary Cues Display an Impairment to Sense Lipids
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Publisher Correction: Large anisotropy of ferroelectric and pyroelectric properties in heteroepitaxial oxide layers
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Author Correction: Omega-3 docosahexaenoic acid induces pyroptosis cell death in triple-negative breast cancer cells
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Author Correction: Large-scale intact glycopeptide identification by Mascot database search
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NHS Confederation: Mental health must receive more of the NHS budget, says Mental Health Network

Mental health must receive more of the NHS budget, says Mental Health Network
Responding to the Prime Minister's speech outlining a long-term funding plan for the NHS, Sean Duggan, chief executive of the Mental Health Network, which is part of the NHS Confederation, said Mental health must receive more of the NHS budget,
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We can't do the same things in the same ways, says NHS Confederation in response to Lord Darzi review
Niall Dickson, chied executive of the NHS Confederation, says we are at a watershed moment for health and social care and it is important the next steps are the right ones.
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CQC report shows investment needed in community new models of care, says NHS Confederation
Responding to the CQC report about urgent primary care services, Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare sector, said it shows investment needed in community new models of care.
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Post Reproductive Health Vol. 24, No. 2, June 1, 2018 is now available online

Table of Contents Alert
Post Reproductive Health- Volume: 24, Number: 2 (June 2018)
Editorial
Neurokinin 3 receptor antagonism – Is this the end of HRT? , , and
News and views
News and views
Original articles
Are previous episodes of bacterial vaginosis a predictor for vaginal symptoms in breast cancer patients treated with aromatase inhibitors? , , , , , , and
Post-menopausal bleeding – Is transvaginal ultrasound a useful first-line investigation in tamoxifen users? , , , , , , and
Clinical practice
Reclaim the Menopause: A pilot study of an evidence-based menopause course for symptom management and resilience building , , and
Service evaluation project – Are local recommendations for onward referral to a specialist menopause clinic required to translate guidelines into practice?
Personal view
Mobility, exercise, nutrition and healthy ageing to avoid sarcopenia and
Tales from the menopause clinic
HRT in breast cancer survivors

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BBC Health: Drug 'reduces hearing loss' after childhood cancer treatment

Drug 'reduces hearing loss' after childhood cancer treatment
Given hours after chemotherapy, it showed promising results in children with a rare cancer.
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Sex, drugs and A&E: 10 charts on how the under-30s use the NHS
Debates about the NHS often focus on the pressures of an ageing population, but how do younger patients use the service?
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Stem cell match brother 'denied visa for life-saving op'
Shirley Kordie's brother Joseph is a "perfect" stem cell match and is ready to donate.
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WHO gaming disorder listing a 'moral panic', say experts
Experts say the WHO's decision risks "pathologising" a behaviour that is harmless for most people.
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How to manage your hay fever this summer
After a Met Office warning about unusually high pollen levels, here are some top tips for sufferers.
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donderdag 21 juni 2018

The Lancet: [Articles] Sodium bicarbonate therapy for patients with severe metabolic acidaemia in the intensive care ...

[Articles] Sodium bicarbonate therapy for patients with severe metabolic acidaemia in the intensive care unit (BICAR-ICU): a multicentre, open-label, randomised controlled, phase 3 trial
In patients with severe metabolic acidaemia, sodium bicarbonate had no effect on the primary composite outcome. However, sodium bicarbonate decreased the primary composite outcome and day 28 mortality in the a-priori defined stratum of patients with acute kidney injury.
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[Correspondence] Transparency and accountability in AstraZeneca's access to health-care programmes
I wish to clarify the points regarding AstraZeneca contained within Richard Horton's Offline on global health and the private sector (June 2, p 2196).1
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[Articles] Police killings and their spillover effects on the mental health of black Americans: a population-based, quasi-experimental study
Police killings of unarmed black Americans have adverse effects on mental health among black American adults in the general population. Programmes should be implemented to decrease the frequency of police killings and to mitigate adverse mental health effects within communities when such killings do occur.
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[Seminar] Sepsis and septic shock
Sepsis is a common condition that is associated with unacceptably high mortality and, for many of those who survive, long-term morbidity. Increased awareness of the condition resulting from ongoing campaigns and the evidence arising from research in the past 10 years have increased understanding of this problem among clinicians and lay people, and have led to improved outcomes. The World Health Assembly and WHO made sepsis a global health priority in 2017 and have adopted a resolution to improve the prevention, diagnosis, and management of sepsis.
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[Comment] Police violence and the built harm of structural racism
Police killing black Americans is one of the oldest forms of structural racism in the USA. The act traces its roots to slavery.1 Yet it remains a tool for social control that violates black bodily autonomy, engenders racial inequality in access to public services, and re-inscribes the predominant racial order any time police indiscriminately and extrajudicially take a black life.2
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NHS Employers: Champions of flexible training survey

Champions of flexible training survey
We have launched a quick survey seeking views from employers regarding champions of flexible training.
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Enhancing Junior Doctor Working Lives progress report
Health Education England has published a new report on its work to improve the working lives of junior doctors.
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NHS sickness absence data for February 2018
Read the latest statistics from NHS Digital on NHS staff sickness absence data for February 2018
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What's new on DG Health & Food Safety Website update - 21/06/2018

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