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More doctors say men should think twice about prostate cancer screening
Most men shouldn’t get routine prostate cancer screening because the potential benefits are small and there are clear harms, an international panel of experts concluded.
As injuries continue, doctors renew call for ban on infant walkers
Watching an infant propel herself across the floor on wheels in a saucer-shaped baby walker may be as entertaining as a comedy episode. But because hospital emergency rooms treat more than 2,000 babies a year for injuries while using these walkers, American pediatricians are repeating their decades-old call for a ban.
Doctors told to ditch Latin and use 'plain English'
Doctors are being told to adopt a new policy of writing letters that are easier for patients to understand.
Doctors' mental health problems 'last taboo'
Patients rely on doctors to look after their mental health but is enough being done to help the doctors when they are the ones with problems? There are concerns that some medical professionals in England are unable to get the help they need.
Doctors discover new type of multiple sclerosis
A new subtype of multiple sclerosis, or MS, has been identified by researchers, and the discovery changes understanding of the disease.
Women more likely to survive heart attack if treated by female doctors
Women are more likely to survive a heart attack if they are treated by a female doctor in hospital, a major study has shown.
Doctors give patients only seconds to explain reason for visit before interrupting
Have you ever felt rushed during a doctor’s visit? Most physicians don’t give their patients adequate time to explain the reason for their visit, according to a new study.
Doctors group warns of health risks for migrant children separated from parents
Medical experts are cautioning that there are long-term health risks for migrant children who are separated from their parents, including ‘irreplaceable harm’ to those children's lifelong development.
US can't keep up with demand for health aides, nurses and doctors
The US will need to hire 2.3 million new health care workers by 2025 in order to adequately take care of its aging population, a new report finds.
Scotland's highest paid doctors are mainly men
Scotland's top earning senior doctors are overwhelmingly men, BBC research has found.
Thousands of doctors in Poland protest against overtime deals
Thousands of doctors have disrupted services at some hospitals in Poland, including children's wards, in protest against overtime deals.
More young people suffering from colorectal cancer in China: Doctors
Chinese doctors said incidence of colorectal cancer has been rising among young white-collar workers due to unhealthy lifestyles and eating habits.
Doctors develop new DNA test for Down's syndrome
Doctors have developed a more accurate test for Down’s syndrome and two rarer genetic disorders that are so serious the children often die soon after birth.
Doctors braced for winter flu outbreak amid fears over vaccine
Doctors in Britain are bracing themselves for an outbreak of flu in the next few weeks that could match Australia’s recent epidemic — one of the worst for a decade.
After medical errors, patients want doctors to hear them out
When medical errors lead to serious injuries, patients and families may feel better when doctors take the time to listen to their feelings about the mistake and explain what can be done to prevent it from happening again, a small study suggests.

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