Thursday, June 4, 2020

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Heart doctors want to provide treatment for acute ischaemic stroke

Heart doctors want to provide treatment for acute ischaemic stroke

Heart doctors from the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Council on Stroke are calling on national authorities for permission to provide acute ischaemic stroke...
What is being done to support cancer survivors returning to work?

What is being done to support cancer survivors returning to work?

In light of the European Week Against Cancer, 25-31 May, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) has published recent findings...
WHO and World Bank Group to strengthen global health security

WHO and World Bank Group to strengthen global health security

The World Health Organization (WHO) and World Bank Group have today launched a new mechanism to strengthen global health security which will help tackle...
Mental Health Europe calls for equal rights at European elections

Mental Health Europe calls for equal rights at European elections

With one year until the next European elections, Mental Health Europe (MHE) has said that EU states must reform outdated laws which strip those...
How has the food industry done so far in the sugar reduction programme?

How has the food industry done so far in the sugar reduction programme?

Public Health England (PHE) has published the first assessment of progress for the government’s sugar reduction programme, revealing how the food industry has done...
Traffic light food labelling influences UK public’s spending habits

Traffic light food labelling influences UK public’s spending habits

The traffic light food labelling system is more likely to influence what eating establishment someone will choose to buy food from, according to a...
Uppsala Health Summit Report challenges cancer diagnosis and care

Uppsala Health Summit Report challenges cancer diagnosis and care

An Uppsala Health Summit Report has been published this week which focuses on how to encourage better and more equal access to the best...
France to hold the next Global Fund replenishment conference in 2019

France to hold the next Global Fund replenishment conference in 2019

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has commented on French President Emmanuel Macron’s decision to host the next Global Fund replenishment...
BMJ and Health Foundation set to improve quality of healthcare delivery

BMJ and Health Foundation set to improve quality of healthcare delivery

A new series of joint papers is to be launched by the BMJ and Health Foundation which aims to improve the quality of healthcare...
WHO director general to discuss deadly diseases at World Health Assembly

WHO director general to discuss deadly diseases at World Health Assembly

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) director general will open the 71st World Health Assembly by discussing the ambitious agenda which aims to save 29...
Social care reform in England shows worrying lack of progress

Social care reform in England shows worrying lack of progress

A new report from the Health Foundation and The King’s Fund has highlighted the worrying lack of progress on social care reform in England. The...
New investment announced for suicide prevention in England

New investment announced for suicide prevention in England

A new investment has been announced today which will be given to local communities that are the worst affected by suicide in a bid...

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