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Cuts to children’s support centres in England linked to thousands more kids with obesity
Cuts to Sure Start spending linked to increased childhood obesity
‘Background’ adverse event study will inform global COVID vaccine safety monitoring
Daily contact testing trials in schools are unethical, warn experts
Study finds “serious problems with privacy” in mobile health apps
Junk food diet may boost risk of dangerous driving among truck/lorry drivers
Strict rest after sports related concussion slows recovery and may prolong symptoms
BMJ becomes latest sponsor of NCTJ Journalism Diversity Fund
Pandemic underlines need to address physician burnout, study finds
India’s national government has inappropriately prioritised people for covid-19 vaccination
Assessing cost-effective interventions to reduce maternal, stillborn and newborn deaths
Most box office hit films suitable for children in India contain alcohol imagery
Inductions for no medical reason linked to short and long term adverse impacts for mothers and babies
Too many healthy women are having their labour induced for no identified medical reason, our study shows
Shifts to remote mental health services continued after lockdown, according to new study
How independent were US and British vaccine advisory committees?
Long Covid places ‘huge burden’ on survivors’ families, new research suggests
Methotrexate users have a reduced immune response to mRNA COVID-19 vaccine
First reported cases of clots in large arteries causing stroke following covid-19 vaccination
New study investigates diagnostic errors in English general practice
New research calls for better care for people who seek emergency help following self-harm
Study finds almost 1 million extra deaths in 29 high income countries in 2020
Hepatitis C Screening Doubles When Tests Ordered Ahead of Time
Machine learning accurately predicts cardiac arrest risk
Autistic people across Europe have struggled to access COVID-19 services during pandemic
Covid-19 travel plan will let new variants into UK
Delaying second covid vaccine dose may prevent deaths under certain conditions
Major differences in COVID patient care caused by insufficient data, misleading advice
New Automated Insulin Infusion System May Potentially Reduce Medical Errors, Improve Care
Long term use of prescription meds for insomnia not linked to better quality sleep
Thin and brittle bones strongly linked to women’s heart disease risk
High sugar-sweetened drinks tally linked to doubling in bowel cancer risk before age 50
Disasters caused by natural hazards linked to increase in triggers for violence against women and girls
Better healthcare guidance needed for trans people
Study sheds more light on rate of rare blood clots after Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine
ICU admission linked to increased risk of future suicide and self-harm
Is PTSD overdiagnosed?
University of Toronto’s Reach Alliance expands to three universities outside Canada
Institutional mistrust a major barrier for child vaccination progress in Africa
Should masks be worn outdoors?
Leading doctors call on India to stop mass gatherings and consider postponing elections
Secondhand smoke appears to heighten risk of oral cancer
Female veterans face mental health support barriers
Children exposed to intimate partner violence twice as likely to have poorer health
How intimate partner violence affects children’s health
BMJ Best Practice and BMJ Learning officially accredited by Ministry of Health Kazakhstan
Cellular impact of ‘Heat not Burn’ products may be no less harmful than cigarettes
First study into prevalence of COVID-19 symptoms amongst high-risk children