Welsh A&E and ambulance staff have just experienced their busiest September ever

Welsh A&E and ambulance staff have just experienced their busiest September ever

11 minutes ago   |   Wales online

The pressures on our emergency services are not just confined to the winter period
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Overweight people develop fat in their LUNGS and it can make it harder for them to breathe

Overweight people develop fat in their LUNGS and it can make it harder for them to breathe

11 minutes ago   |   Daily Mail

A study from Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and the University of Western Australia has found that fatty adipose tissue clogs up the airway walls and restricts the supply of oxygen.
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Research suggests nontraditional approach can improve outcomes for 'high-need, high-cost' patients

15 minutes ago   |   News Medical

In crisis and with nowhere else to turn, thousands of patients with complex needs - serious mental and physical health problems and substance use disorders - every year flock...
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VHA psychiatric units have lower rates of patient safety events than general hospitals

29 minutes ago   |   News Medical

Inpatient psychiatric units at Veterans Health Administration medical centers have lower rates of adverse events and medical errors, compared to psychiatric units at general...
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Building models to reconstruct evolutionary change more accurately than ever before

29 minutes ago   |   News Medical

Remember domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species and Darwin's tree of life metaphor we learned about in high school biology? That way of describing...
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'Hamilton' star, wife honor late daughter on what would have been her 4th birthday

31 minutes ago   |   NBC News

"Happy birthday to our baby sister. We will celebrate you today and every day."
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Omission of routine radiography for distal radius fractures did not affect outcomes

37 minutes ago   |   Healio   |   5 articles

Patients with distal radial fractures who did not undergo routine radiography after 2 weeks of follow-up had similar patient-reported outcomes and risk of complications...
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VIDEO: Imputation methods successfully evaluate long-term outcomes after total disc replacement

37 minutes ago   |   Healio

CHICAGO - At the North American Spine Society Annual Meeting, Vikas V. Patel, MD, discussed a study that compared imputation methods for the evaluation of long-term outcomes...
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Obese people who lose weight after age 47 tend to die earlier: Study

37 minutes ago   |   National Post

Obese people are shortening their lives if they slim to a "healthy" weight from their middle age, a study suggests.
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More than half of Wisconsin vaping samples tested by FDA contain marijuana ingredient

37 minutes ago   |   National Post

CHICAGO - Vaping product samples from Wisconsin linked to a rash of serious lung injuries tested by U.S. health regulators showed that more than half contained THC, the...
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