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Falling down

Falling down

Although falls are common in elderly patients, a full history can reveal a more acute cause.

Hiroshima: The medical aftermath of the day that changed the world

Hiroshima: The medical aftermath of the day that changed the world

At 8.15am on 6 August 1945, the first atomic bomb used in warfare exploded over Hiroshima instantly killing some 80,000. To mark the 70th anniversary, we tell the story of the health impact on…

Food facts and fallacies

Food facts and fallacies

The media’s appetite for stories and controversy can confuse patients about which foods they should be eating.

Feeling disjointed

Feeling disjointed

Aches and pains in the extremities take their toll on a farmer’s working life.

Govt launches discussion on future of general practice

Govt launches discussion on future of general practice

04 August, 2015 | 0

The creation of GP medical homes for the chronically ill and voluntary patient enrolment are the key ideas pitched in the government's new paper on the future of general practice.

Falling down

Falling down

04 August, 2015 | 0

Although falls are common in elderly patients, a full history can reveal a more acute cause.

Save the Date to Vaccinate
Save the Date to Vaccinate
03 August, 2015| 0
Food facts and fallacies
Food facts and fallacies
30 July, 2015| 0
Quiz: Facing up to a rash
Quiz: Facing up to a rash
29 July, 2015| 0

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