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Political polarisation in the USA is impeding vaccination of the population against SARS-CoV-2. Today, the lowest COVID-19 vaccination rates in the USA are overwhelmingly...

CBT and GET can safely be added to SMC to moderately improve outcomes for chronic fatigue syndrome, but APT is not an effective...

  • More broadly, idea that we should end use of "pulmonary rehabilitation" (supervised exercise sessions w/ gradual increase in intensity over time) for patients w/ chronic lung Long Covid is *not* settled science, as he suggests. (trial link: https://t.co/w6TzATscr6). - view on twitter

The voice and agency of Black women health professionals have been systematically neglected, despite progress towards egalitarianism in medicine. The relationship of Black women...

Amoxicillin for uncomplicated chest infections in children is unlikely to be clinically effective either overall or for key subgroups in whom antibiotics are commonly...

Paediatric overtesting and overtreatment are well known issues in the field of quality of care. Children are vulnerable, with a potentially fast-changing clinical course,...

  • "This clinical trial provides more evidence that children with an uncomplicated [lower respiratory tract infection] do not benefit from treatment with antibiotics." Linked Comment by Lina Jankauskaite and Rianne Oostenbrink. https://t.co/D7abZOMjSo - view on twitter

IMpower010 showed a disease-free survival benefit with atezolizumab versus best supportive care after adjuvant chemotherapy in patients with resected stage II–IIIA NSCLC, with pronounced...

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The Lancet

The characters of George Eliot’s novel Middlemarch live through momentous times. It is the early 19th century. The railways are cutting mercilessly through the...

The National Chlamydia Screening Programme (NCSP) in England is changing its aim, to “focus on preventing adverse consequences of untreated chlamydia infection…rather than aiming...

The views of children and young people are too often missing from discussions about their care. The 2021 National Institute for Health and Care...