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    Date de mise en ligne : Mardi 19 septembre 2017
    Zosia Kmietowicz
    Mental health services turned down help for 50 000 young people in England last year, report estimates
    Children and adolescents in England face barriers when seeking help for mental health problems, with access and waiting times for treatment varying across the country, a report by the think tank the...


    Date de mise en ligne : Mardi 19 septembre 2017
    Anne Gulland
    Sixty seconds on . . . the Mohawk tribe
    This isn’t about some ancient practice touted by a dodgy alternative health guru, is it?No, absolutely not. It’s a contemporary tale of a drug manufacturer trying to ensure that its drug stays on...


    Date de mise en ligne : Mardi 19 septembre 2017
    Zosia Kmietowicz
    Few novel antibiotics in the pipeline, WHO warns
    The World Health Organization has reiterated its warning that there is a serious lack of new antibiotics under development to combat the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance.Only eight of the...


    Date de mise en ligne : Mardi 19 septembre 2017
    Mary Madden
    Put more trust in the trustworthy and less in the untrustworthy to improve judgement of medicines
    The Academy of Medical Sciences recommends involving patients, carers, and the public in research as a means of tackling concerns about the erosion of public trust, overmedication, and conflicts of...


    Date de mise en ligne : Mardi 19 septembre 2017
    Jacqui Wise
    Major report backs overhaul of US dietary guideline process
    The process for updating the US national dietary guidelines should be comprehensively redesigned, with more rigorous evaluation of the evidence and greater transparency, concludes a new report from...


    Date de mise en ligne : Mardi 19 septembre 2017

    Duncan Selbie: Health is wealth
    “I saw this poster in Freetown, Sierra Leone [which says “Health is Wealth”]. It seems to me that the most important thing that we have been learning is that health and wealth are inseparable and...