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NHS aims to prevent 16,500 hospital stays for headaches
NHS England has announced plans aimed at preventing up to 16,500 emergency hospital admissions for headaches and migraines each year.
First human head transplant could be achieved by 2030: Former NHS neurosurgeon
The first-ever human head transplants could be achieved within the next decade, claims a former UK’s National Health Service (NHS) neurosurgeon who believes he knows how the feat of moving a person’s consciousness to another body could be made to work.
NHS trust was paid £1m for good care in England
An NHS trust at the center of England's largest inquiry into baby deaths was paid almost £1 million for providing good maternity care, the BBC has learned.
Deaths of 4,600 NHS patients linked to safety incidents
Safety incidents at hospital, mental health and ambulance trusts were linked to more than 4,600 patient deaths in the last year, data showed.
1.5m patients kept waiting in ambulances for half an hour or more
Patients have been delayed inside ambulances for at least 30 minutes almost 1.5 million times over the past three years due to waiting for hospital handovers, information provided to Labor has shown, with the party saying it was ‘damning evidence’ of a crisis in the National Health Service (NHS).
Arthritis drugs could prevent fatal spread of breast cancer
Arthritis drugs used on the NHS could prevent the fatal spread of breast cancer, research suggests.
NHS to offer women mammograms, smears in lunch breaks in bid to boost cancer survival rates
Women will be offered mammograms and smear tests in their lunch breaks, in a bid to reverse a steep decline in the take up of checks.
NHS to cut single-use plastics in canteens and catering
More than 100 million plastic straws, cups and cutlery items will be cut per year by NHS England, an executive non-departmental public body of the UK Department of Health and Social Care, as it reduces single-use plastic usage from its canteens.
O2, Samsung to work on 5G-connected ambulances for NHS
O2, the mobile phone giant, is set to begin testing "smart ambulances" equipped with next generation 5G technology later this month in a deal with Samsung and the UK’s National Health Service (NHS).
NHS staff face routine assault, intimidation
When Dr Miranda Roland, an A&E registrar, was held hostage by a patient brandishing a pair of steel surgical scissors in a cubicle, she didn’t panic. Moments earlier, she had gone in to check on the young patient, who was having a mental health episode after taking drugs, and had closed the door behind her. Although she was alone, Roland thought she was safe — all sharp and dangerous objects had been removed. Unfortunately, the patient had managed to hide a pair of scissors, which she pulled out before backing the doctor into a corner. “I was able to keep calm and talk her out of stabbing me,” Roland recalled. “I was lucky. It was that tense, it could have gone either way.”
Gene therapy for rare eye disease set to be offered on NHS
Patients with a rare inherited eye disorder are set to be able to access a new gene therapy on the UK National Health Service (NHS) which slows down sight loss.
The NHS could save millions in UK  by targeting vitamin D deficiency
Adding vitamin D to wheat flour would prevent 10 million new cases of vitamin D deficiency in England and Wales and save National Health Service (NHS) £65 million (€70.9 million) over the next 90 years.
'Hundreds of lives saved' by new digital sepsis alerts in UK hospitals
Hundreds of lives are being saved every year thanks to a new digital alert system which automatically flags possible cases of sepsis in hospitals, the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) said.
NHS app dedicated to weight loss could help prevent type 2 diabetes in UK
Type 2 diabetes affects over four million people in the UK and those numbers are growing every day. Lifestyle plays a huge role in developing the condition and with obesity at an all time high, a new UK National Health Service (NHS) backed app hopes to get Britons healthier and reduce their risk of developing the condition.
Game-changing cancer drugs which can attack all tumors will be fast-tracked by NHS
Game-changing cancer drugs which can attack all types of tumor will be fast-tracked by the National Health Service (NHS), the head of the health service was expected to announced.

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