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Clinic on Turkey-Syria border awaits influx of refugees from Aleppo


A doctor working on the border between Turkey and Syria has reported that her clinic is preparing for an influx of refugees from the city of Aleppo, which is facing a deepening humanitarian crisis,...(image)

Doctors need dragging out of their comfort zone to avert the antimicrobial crisis, says lord


Doctors need “dragging out of their comfort zone” and should be using highly sensitive diagnostic tests rather than relying on an “educated guess” when prescribing antibiotics, Jim O’Neill, former...(image)

Eleven million people are in line for HIV tests through routine NHS contact


Anyone living in an area where there is a high or extremely high prevalence of HIV infection should be offered a test for the virus when they register with a general practice or have a blood test,...(image)

Hunt rebukes NHS leaders for asking for more cash


England’s health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has criticised NHS leaders for asking for more money for the health service after it received a “good settlement” last year.Hunt made the comments at NHS...(image)

The scientific report guiding the US dietary guidelines: is it scientific?


Notice of correction and clarificationPlease note that there has been a previous correction for this article, at article (BMJ 2015;351:h4962,...(image)

Workloads threaten to undermine doctors’ training, GMC finds


Increasingly heavy workloads are eroding the time doctors have for training, a survey of junior doctors conducted by the General Medical Council (GMC) has found.1The GMC’s 2016 national training...(image)