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08/03/2010Higher smoking taxes would prompt more to quit, says Ash
A tax of five per cent above inflation on tobacco products would drastically cut the number of smokers, it has been claimed. According to Action on Smoking and Health (Ash), increasing taxation on tobacco...
05/03/2010Oxford NHS hospital suspends children's cardiac surgery
An NHS hospital in Oxfordshire has suspended all scheduled children's heart surgeries following a string of recent deaths on the operating table. Oxford John Radcliffe Hospital said that the children who died...
05/03/2010Celebrities help highlight 'mental health issues'
The popularisation of potentially serious mental health issues by celebrities is causing more people to see their GPs for similar problems. That is according to a group of psychiatrists in London, who...
04/03/2010Prostate cancer 'remains a 21st-century taboo'
Prostate cancer remains an uncomfortable topic of conversation for many men because of their fears of the disease, it has been claimed. According to the Prostate Cancer Charity (PCC), men are more likely to...
04/03/2010Families of Stafford Hospital patients to sue NHS
NHS managers are to be sued for corporate manslaughter by the relatives of some of those who lost their lives while in the supposed care of Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust staff. Last month, it was...
03/03/2010Depression could lead to obesity
People who are depressed are more likely to become obese and suffer various health-related problems as a result. That is according to new research by Leiden University Medical Centre, Netherlands, which...
02/03/2010GPs turning down men for prostate cancer blood test
Men may find it easier to request blood tests that can spot prostate cancer if they take out health insurance, new findings could suggest. According to research by the Prostate Cancer Charity (PCC), as many...
02/03/2010Patients may need health insurance for homeopathic treatments
More UK residents could be tempted to take up a health insurance plan if the government decides it will no longer pay for people's homeopathic treatments. According to one expert, patients who want to use the...
01/03/2010Aprepitant medication beneficial for nausea in transplant patients
Researchers in the US have discovered a drug that can significantly reduce symptoms of nausea and vomiting in bone marrow transplant patients. A study conducted by the Loyola University Health System found...
01/03/2010Analgesics linked to hearing loss
Regular use of aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen, can increase the risk of hearing loss in men, new findings reveal. A study published in the American Journal of...
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