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Premenstrual Tension

2014-02-04 13:57:05

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Premenstrual Tension


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Returner scheme attracts 60 new GPs - but only two in areas with worst shortages




The new scheme to tempt GPs back to practice - lauded by the health secretary in his new deal speech - has only attracted a single GP to each of the two areas in England with the highest vacancy rates for GP trainees, Pulse can reveal.



Beware the dangers in psychiatric diagnosis

 

While doctors rely on tests for accurate diagnosis of an illness, psychiatrists can often only guess at problems. This means the potential for mistakes can be huge.

 

Male menopause is real, claims controversial new study



Those affected suffer hot flushes, night sweats, joint pain, low libido, depression and an increase in body fat among other symptoms.



There's no need to fear dementia. The end of the epidemic is in sight



Only few want to grow old, as most of us are afraid of becoming senile. But now that our bodies last longer in better health, our brain being no exception, the prospect of living a fulfilled old age is better than ever before.

UK public dont understand meaning of antibiotic resistance

 

 

People in the UK don’t understand what ‘antibiotic resistance’ really means or how it might affect their health, finds a survey commissioned by the Wellcome Trust.

 

Based on a series of interviews and focus groups in London, Manchester, and Birmingham, researchers found that most people, if they had heard of antibiotic resistance at all, mistakenly believed that it was their body which becomes resistant to antibiotics, rather than the bacteria.

Prostate cancer: Five types 'found'


Scientists have identified five types of prostate cancer, each with a distinct genetic signature.


And by comparing 250 samples removed in surgery with the patients' subsequent progress, they have identified some types that are more likely to recur

New skin cancer guidance issued by NHS England

New guidance has been issued for treating melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer.

 

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) wants to reduce the number of people who die from the disease and address the wide variations in diagnosis and treatment across the country.

 

 

 

Tens of thousands of under-age girls given long-acting NHS contraceptives



More than 5,000 girls, aged 15 and under, are being given 'long-acting' contraceptive implants every year on the NHS without the need for parental consent.


More than 33,000 girls under the age of consent have been given contraceptive implants and injections on the NHS over the past four years, The Telegraph can disclose.


DH 'told workforce review to ignore GP numbers'



A major review of the primary care workforce was asked not to make any recommendations on GP numbers, as the Government has claimed it was not needed.


The chair of the review has told Pulse he was told not to focus on GP staffing levels following discussions between the Department of Health and Health Education England, who commissioned the report.


Over-65s are most at risk of developing epilepsy

One in four newly-diagnosed epileptics are over 60, but pre-existing illnesses and living alone can prevent an accurate diagnosis. We find out what to do in the event of a first-time seizure


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Simple and down to basis, brilliant interactive session At Healthcare PCT's Haematology Update on the 26th November 2014 Read More
Flagged important factors in dermatology which are otherwise missed by GPs At Healthcare PCT's Dermatology Update on the 6th November 2014 Read More
Very good run-through of current evidence and guidelines At Healthcare PCT's AF Management Update on the 7th October 2014 Read More
Quite comprehensive and it was an excellent lecture At Healthcare PCT's CKD Update on the 8th July 2014 Read More
Excellent opportunity for [GPs] to refresh our knowledge At Healthcare PCT's Asthma and COPD Update on the 18th June 2014  Read More
Good refresher and relevant treatments At Healthcare PCT's Urrology Update on the 4th June 2014 Read More
Good slides and coverage of topics, knowledgeable speaker At Healthcare PCT's Rheumatology Update on the 21st May 2014 Read More
Nice environment, good knowledge and lecture At Healthcare PCT's Baby steps to ECG on the 17th May 2014 Read More
Loved the case studies and [the] interactive session At Healthcare PCT's Women's Health Update on the 29th April 2014 Read More