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Dr Elizabeth Farrell, medical director at Jean Hailes, speaks about her passion for women's health.
It's not associated with preterm birth or low infant birth weight, study finds.
Accumulating evidence suggests that MRI is often unwarranted in the management of acute knee pain.
Comment: GPs have the chance to make a real difference, writes paediatrician Professor...
New public consultation aims to develop consensus on heavy menstrual bleeding.
Treatment options and preventive measures to consider.
He failed to respond appropriately to the child’s abnormal cardiograph.
On balance, epidemiological data supports a link, regulator says.
Specialists want it embedded in routine care.
There's a split over the push to reduce caeserean rates.
Researchers analysed nearly 4600 calls over eight years to the NPS MedicineWise call centre.
But the data could be skewed, authors caution.
The link remains unclear and stronger trials are needed.
Most women can manage their symptoms without drugs.
Feelings of being 'in control' can be as important as practical issues such as cost.
It's hard to determine if it's an independent risk factor. Determination bias could be at play.
A headline-grabbing study has kicked off something of a media storm, writes Dr Justin Coleman.
Dr Christine Curry didn't expect to be caught in the middle of a new disease outbreak.
Many also incorrectly believe that a range of other supplements are required, a study shows.
New results from UK study.
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