Needle and syringe programmes are highly cost-effective at preventing hepatitis C transmission in the UKWednesday 23 January 2019
Providing clean injecting equipment through needle and syringe programmes is a highly cost-effective way of preventing hepatitis C (HCV) transmission among people who inject drugs and could save millions of pounds in infection treatment costs in the UK, according to new research published in Addiction.
Using urine testing to diagnose TB in patients with HIV can save lives and be cost-effectiveWednesday 23 January 2019
Financial interests of patient organisations involved in assessing NHS treatments revealedThursday 17 January 2019
Diet and food production must radically change to improve health – expert commentThursday 17 January 2019
The report provides the first scientific targets for a healthy diet from a sustainable food production system that operates within planetary boundaries for food.
Readiness for first sex is about more than age for many young people in BritainMonday 14 January 2019
Caring for preterm babies in single family rooms – expert commentThursday 10 January 2019
A new study published in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health has found that caring for preterm babies in single family rooms appears to reduce the incidence of sepsis and improve exclusive breastfeeding rates compared with traditional open ward neonatal units.