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Scotsman.com - Health Feed
Eddie Docherty: The key is in the room – rather than fear change, staff can embrace it
15 Jan 2019 06:02
Last year, Scotland’s population was estimated to be 5,424,800 – a record high and an increase of 6 per cent on 2017.
Levels of stress linked to the type of housing accommodation in UK
15 Jan 2019 06:00
Levels of inflammation and stress may be linked to the housing type and tenure people are living in according to a new study.
Life-extending breast cancer drug approved for use in Scotland
14 Jan 2019 18:11
Charities have welcomed the decision to approve a drug to treat advanced breast cancer for use on the NHS in Scotland.
Verruca and wart patients forced out of GP surgeries
14 Jan 2019 06:00
The Scottish Government has been criticised for stopping GPs from using liquid nitrogen for the treatment of warts and verrucas.
Drugs trial offers new hope for Edinburgh MS sufferer
12 Jan 2019 23:57
A Scot who is taking part in the largest ever trial for secondary progressive multiple sclerosis has spoken of the “huge boost” he initially received even though he may be on a placebo drug.
Air pollution exposure linked to increased risk of miscarriage, study suggests
12 Jan 2019 11:33
Pregnant women are at an increased risk of miscarrying if they are exposed to elevated levels of a type of air pollution, a study suggests.
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