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Social media data needed for 'harm' research, say doctors
17 Jan 2020 11:35
Understanding usage by children is key to studying potential harms and benefits, psychiatrists say.
Susan Warby death: Whistleblower letter to husband 'revealed blunders'
17 Jan 2020 15:45
The hospital reportedly demanded fingerprints and samples of handwriting to find the whistleblower.
Stroke consultant shortage 'hurtling towards crisis'
17 Jan 2020 02:04
Some 48% of hospitals in England, Wales and Northern Ireland do not have the staff they need, figures suggest.
'Alarming' one in five deaths due to sepsis
16 Jan 2020 17:07
The most detailed study of sepsis shows it is a much bigger problem than previously thought.
Fundraising to communicate with our daughter
17 Jan 2020 00:03
Provision of sign language courses for parents of deaf children is found to be "patchy".
Scotland bid to regulate beauty filler industry
17 Jan 2020 17:48
A new licensing scheme will target non-healthcare professionals who carry out work such as lip enhancements.
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