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Public debate begins in Scotland on future of NHS

– bmj.com

An open debate has begun on the future of health and social care services in Scotland, inspired by the high level of public engagement seen in last year’s independence referendum.The “national…

Myanmar ministers and opposition leaders agree plan to eliminate malaria by 2030

– bmj.com

An “unprecedented” meeting of organisations from Myanmar has agreed the first stages of an ambitious plan to eliminate malaria from the country by 2030.Three Myanmar government ministries—health,…

Medical News Today: Age-related immune system decline slowed by antioxidants

– medicalnewstoday.com

A new study suggests that antioxidants in the diet could preserve the function of the thymus – an organ crucial to the immune system.

Primary Care Training: Follow the Money

– medscape.com

Where can the money to support needed primary care residency positions be found? Medscape Family Medicine

Medical News Today: Clearance of Alzheimer’s protein in brain reduces with age

– medicalnewstoday.com

Researchers find older brains take much longer to clear amyloid beta 42, the toxic protein that is the main ingredient of the plaques that clog up the brain in Alzheimer’s disease.

Medical News Today: Topical drug leads to complete remission for some patients with rare skin lymphoma

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Researchers reveal how a topical drug called resiquimod led to total remission for some patients with a cutaneous T cell lymphoma – a rare skin lymphoma.

Bias in randomised controlled trials: comparison of crossover group and parallel group designs

– bmj.com

The efficacy and side effects of the synthetic cannabinoid nabilone were compared with those of the weak opioid dihydrocodeine in the treatment of chronic neuropathic pain. A randomised, double…

HPV Vaccines: Who, What, and When?

– medscape.com

Dr Sandra Fryhofer offers facts, guidance, and tips — straight from ACIP — about the three available HPV vaccine products. Medscape Internal Medicine

Medical News Today: Students’ health impacted by early school starts, say CDC

– medicalnewstoday.com

A new study has revealed fewer than 1 in 5 schools in the US start at the recommend time of 8.30 am. By starting school too early, students are not getting enough sleep.

Medical News Today: Scientists discover how a gene mutation causes autism

– medicalnewstoday.com

Researchers have discovered how mutations in a gene called UBE3A cause autism, and reveal that some existing drugs hold promise for treating the condition.

Medical News Today: 10 health risks of chronic heavy drinking

– medicalnewstoday.com

Excessive alcohol use can lead to an increased risk of several serious health problems. MNT finds out what the top 10 health risks of chronic heavy drinking include.

Watchdog questions usefulness of UK’s {pound}600m health and care regulators

– bmj.com

Regulation in healthcare costs £600m (€860m; $930m) a year in the United Kingdom and isn’t working well, concludes a new report from the Professional Standards Authority, which oversees the UK’s nine…

Medical News Today: Bodybuilding supplement overuse ‘an eating disorder’

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A new study of over-the-counter bodybuilding supplement use has found that many men who use these products are concerned with how often they use them.

India’s Supreme Court allows girl who was raped to have termination outside legal limits

– bmj.com

A medical panel constituted by India’s Supreme Court has allowed a 14 year old rape victim in Gujarat, who is said to be at 25 weeks of pregnancy, to have a termination. In India termination is not…

Medical News Today: High salt intake may increase MS risk for people with genetic susceptibility

– medicalnewstoday.com

Study using mouse model of MS suggests a high intake of salt may be a risk factor for the disease, depending on genes and gender, with females at greater risk in one genetic group.

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Public debate begins in Scotland on future of NHSbmj.com
Myanmar ministers and opposition leaders agree plan to eliminate malaria by 2030bmj.com
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Primary Care Training: Follow the Moneymedscape.com
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Medical News Today: Topical drug leads to complete remission for some patients with rare skin lymphomamedicalnewstoday.com
Bias in randomised controlled trials: comparison of crossover group and parallel group designsbmj.com
HPV Vaccines: Who, What, and When?medscape.com
Medical News Today: Students’ health impacted by early school starts, say CDCmedicalnewstoday.com
Medical News Today: Scientists discover how a gene mutation causes autismmedicalnewstoday.com
Medical News Today: 10 health risks of chronic heavy drinkingmedicalnewstoday.com
Watchdog questions usefulness of UK’s {pound}600m health and care regulatorsbmj.com
Medical News Today: Bodybuilding supplement overuse ‘an eating disorder’medicalnewstoday.com
India’s Supreme Court allows girl who was raped to have termination outside legal limitsbmj.com
Medical News Today: High salt intake may increase MS risk for people with genetic susceptibilitymedicalnewstoday.com