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  “Ongoing nervousness” about the use of e-cigarettes in stop-smoking services can be a “significant” barrier to people finding support, research revealed during “Stoptober” shows. New research by the University of Exeter and University of Melbourne, funded by Cancer Research…

Our Work and Learning Evidence team have created an easy-to-use online tool summarising the evidence on what employment and learning policy and practice impact our wellbeing at different points in our lives. In a simple interactive infographic, you can now see…

  Flu prevention is back at the top of the agenda for health and social care professionals, as the threat of another tough winter for the NHS looms large. Cutting the number of flu infections among frontline health and social…

– 3 in 4 millennials embark on a sober night out once a month – Half of millennials cut back on drinking to save money – Breakout rooms named the top sober night out activity   Across the UK cash-strapped…

The majority of UK doctors are happy to be doctors, and find their jobs rewarding, but the majority say working in the NHS is getting harder, with staffing and workloads the biggest challenges.  More than 800 UK doctors responded to questions…

The bulletin  released yesterday provides personal wellbeing data to a local authority level for the year ending March 2018. In our analysis of this data, we have identified for the first time how factors such as health, access to services, and crime…

  Research shows adding Abbott’s High Sensitive Troponin-I diagnostic test to doctors’ existing standard of care can help more accurately determine a person’s chances of a heart attack or other cardiac event potentially months to years in advance Physicians now…

  TUC Congress House, 23-28 Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS The LESE Pensioners’ Network 2019 Seminar will have guest speakers and Q&A sessions on loneliness and isolation in older age. Much of this is not understood, especially outside of the older…

  Regular use of aspirin could help in the treatment of some cancers, finds a new review of 71 medical studies. The systematic review, which looked at the survival of 120,000 patients with cancer who took aspirin, compared with 400,000…