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Review: Thousands of surgical clinicians unite at Future Surgery 2021 to help revolutionise patient care

The first ever Future Surgery event to take place in-person has been a huge success with thousands of clinicians uniting at ExCeL London. Over the two days, exhibitors shared insights and training,

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Diet research could reduce number of hip fractures

A lack of high-quality research is preventing the development of dietary advice that could reduce the number of hip fractures, a new study suggests. Hip fracture is the most common

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Medical training takes a mental toll, but less than a decade ago

A 13-year effort to track the mental health of new doctors in their most stressful time of training shows signs that things have got better. But those first-year residents, also

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Specific cell population plays a key role in the affect arthritis has on the body and the pain patients feel

Scientists at the University of Birmingham have led a study which has identified a new specific population of cells that plays a key role in the affect arthritis has on

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Key healthcare and tech companies pledge to decarbonise NHS supply chain by 2045

An influential group of global healthcare and tech companies has pledged to decarbonise the NHS supply chain by 2045 at the latest, supporting the ambition of the NHS in England

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Bone mineral density decreases less than expected after menopause

Bone mineral density at the femoral neck bone in postmenopausal women decreased by an average of 10% during a 25-year follow-up, according to a new study from the University of

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New service evaluation to examine effect of NuroKor bioelectric technology on osteoarthritis patients waiting for knee replacement surgery

An innovative, new clinical project to examine the effects of the use of bioelectrical technology for pain management in patients waiting for knee replacement surgery, launched in October. The six-month

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Increasing dairy intake reduces falls and fractures among older care home residents

Extra daily milk, yoghurt, and cheese led to a 33% lower risk of all fractures Increasing intake of foods rich in calcium and protein such as milk, yoghurt, and cheese,

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Bone-loss discovery points to new treatment for osteoporosis

A new discovery about osteoporosis suggests a potential treatment target for that brittle-bone disease and for bone loss from rheumatoid arthritis. The findings from University of Virginia School of Medicine

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Human tissue supplier unveils new London facility to fast-track delivery

A UK medical supply company has revealed plans for a brand-new facility in the country’s capital to drastically reduce the time taken to deliver life-saving resources to patients. Hospital Innovations