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Weight loss can put type 2 diabetes into remission for at least five years, new research suggests. Scientists at the University of Newcastle showed that long-term remission from type 2 diabetes is possible if sufficient weight loss is achieved and maintained. The five-year study found that over a quarter of the participants in remission at...
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Calls for ‘clarity’ over new ARRS ‘enhanced practice nurse’ role
The move to enable primary care networks (PCNs) in England to recruit one general practice nurse working at an ‘enhanced’ level through the Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme (ARRS) has been met with widespread confusion and calls for clarification. NHS England announced on Wednesday that enhanced practice nurses will be included in the list of roles...
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Parents continue to bring their coughing children to the practice, often repeatedly, even though every visit results in the same advice: ‘This is viral. Over-the-counter medicines may or may not manage symptoms, and there is no need for treatment with antibiotics.’  Parents’ concernsVarious studies have looked at parental beliefs on cough and other ‘minor’ childhood...
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Mindfulness and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) could be effective in treating non-physiological symptoms of the menopause, such as brain fog and mood problems, according to a new study. Researchers from University College London (UCL) analysed data from over 3,000 menopausal women and found that all psychosocial treatments improved quality of life, regardless of the type...
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