NEWS : RSS FEEDS : PODCASTS : NEWS HEADLINES : NEWS: SOURCES: DIRECTORIES : DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS: A Selective Collection of Links to News Podcasts, News RSS Feeds, News Sources and Databases Search Results for News RSS Feeds and News Sources PART TWO

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A Selective Collection of Links to News Podcasts, News RSS Feeds, News Sources and Databases Search Results for News RSS Feeds and News Sources PART TWO




NEWS LINKS FOR RSS PODCAST AND NEWS SERVICES PART TWO


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World News from the Financial Times

 

https://www.ft.com/world

 

 

 

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Reuters Arts News Headlines


https://www.reuters.com/news/archive/Art

 

 

 

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Reuters: Sports News

Sports News, Highlights & Coverage | Reuters.com

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NPR Arts and Life News

https://www.npr.org/sections/arts/

 

 

 

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Major League Baseball News


https://www.mlb.com/

 

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Major League Baseball Philadelphia Phillies News

 

https://www.mlb.com/phillies


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BBC News - Entertainment and Arts

 

http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment_and_arts

 

 

 

 

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NFL.com Philadelphia Eagles

https://www.nfl.com/teams

 

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Arts and Letters Daily

 

https://www.aldaily.com/

 

https://www.aldaily.com/feed/

 

 

 

RSS AND ("ART" OR ARTS OR ARTIST OR ARTISTS OR SCULPTURE OR PAINTING OR PAINTINGS)

 

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Americans for the Arts RSS Feeds | Americans for the Arts

https://www.americansforthearts.org/about...for...arts/americans-for-the-arts-rss-feeds

Subscribe to Americans for the Arts' RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds to get news, headlines, and press releases delivered directly to your desktop!

RSS feeds - Digital Arts

https://www.digitalartsonline.co.uk/rss/

Our RSS Feeds. Subscribe to Digital Arts' RSS feeds and get the latest breaking news headlines, reviews and features direct to your desktop. ... All of Digital Arts's RSS feeds update constantly so you automatically receive the latest stories.

RSS Feeds For Successful Artists - Fine Art Tips

https://www.finearttips.com/2013/01/rss-feeds-for-successful-artists-2/

Jan 25, 2013 - Earlier this month I posted, Top 2013 Art Business Tips From The Pros and promised to share more tips about RSS feeds for successful artists ...

RSS - The New York Times

www.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/index.html

Subscribe to RSS feeds from The New York Times. ... RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds offer another way to get NYTimes.com ... Arts (11 RSS feeds). Arts.

History, Travel, Arts, Science, People, Places | Smithsonian

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/rss/

Smart News Arts & Culture RSS · Smart News History & Archaeology RSS. Smart News Ideas & Innovations RSS · Smart News Science RSS. Smart News Travel ...

What is RSS? | The Art of Manliness

www.artofmanliness.com/what-is-rss/

Jan 1, 2008 - When you subscribe to The Art of Manliness by RSS, you don't have to worry about missing out on anything we publish. RSS puts content ...

Art-related RSS Feeds and News Syndication from Artshow.com

artshow.com/RSSfeeds/index.html

Art-related RSS Feeds and News Syndication from Artshow.com. ... RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a way to receive updates on topics of interest to you.

ARTnews - The leading source of art coverage since 1902.ARTnews ...

www.artnews.com/

The leading source of art coverage since 1902. ... art professionals and enthusiasts begin and end their day with our newsletters. You should too. Breakfast with ...

Arts: RSS Feeds - IN.gov

www.in.gov/arts/2592.htm

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. RSS is a system used for delivering regularly changing Web content directly to the user. RSS feeds provide headlines ...

RSS feeds - oil paintings and works of art by Maggie Grier

www.maggiegrier.com/rss

RSS and Atom are XML-based formats for sharing and distributing web content. Subscribe to the syndicated feeds of oil paintings and works of art by Maggie ...

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MUSIC AND RSS

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RSS - Rolling Stone

www.rollingstone.com/services/rss

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SUBSCRIBE TO RSS. All News · Music News · Movie News · Culture News · Politics News ·
Sports News · Movie Reviews · Album Reviews · Song Reviews ...

RSS feeds - Music News | Music-News.com

www.music-news.com/rss-feeds

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RSS feeds. Music-News is delighted to offer our RSS feeds for the following areas: Music-News RSSnews feed · 
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BBC - Music - RSS Feeds

www.bbc.co.uk/music/feeds/

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Our music feeds keep you up to date with all the latest album reviews by bringing the links direct to you.
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RSS | Pitchfork

https://pitchfork.com/rss/

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The most trusted voice in music. ... RSS. Content. News · Album Reviews · Track Reviews · The Pitch · Features ·
Pitchfork.tv. Best New 
Music. Best New Albums ...

RSS feeds - This Day in Music.com

www.thisdayinmusic.com/feeds/

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RSS feeds allows you to subscribe to links including On This Day, Things You Didn’t Know, Quote of the day and I Fought The Law.

Top 4 RSS Music Feeds to Get New Tunes Every Day - MakeUseOf

www.makeuseof.com/tag/top-4-rss-music-feeds-tunes-day/

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Add a podcast using an RSS feed - Podcast Portal Help

https://support.google.com/googleplay/podcasts/answer/6260341?hl=en

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RSS feed that conforms to the RSS 2.0 specification and has all ...

FutureMusic - RSS Feeds - FutureMusic RSS and XML feeds for our ...

www.futuremusic.com/rss/

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Exclusive FutureMusic News Stories and Reviews: FutureMusic RSS News Feed FutureMusic's “It's A Beta World”
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Classical Music Latest RSS Feeds : - Classical music, new releases ...

https://www.naxos.com/naxosrsslist.asp

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Classical music, new releases, news, reviews, top played tracks: . Choose RSS feeds from new releases, news,
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RSS Information - Apple

https://www.apple.com/rss/

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Get Apple news, iTunes hit lists, and more delivered directly to your web browser or newsreader. Click the links below
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Subscribe to RSS - Health Magazine

www.health.com/rss

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Health.com feeds are automatically updated as stories are added to the site, so you instantly
get the latest news, reviews, and headlines from 
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Medical and Health RSS/XML News Feeds - Medical News Today

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/newsfeeds-rss

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Medical news and health news headlines posted throughout the day, every day. ...
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Health and Medical RSS Feeds and News Syndication from ...

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RSS feeds - About This Site - Mayo Clinic

https://www.mayoclinic.org/about-this-site/rss-feeds

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Mayo Clinic offers award-winning medical and health information and tools for ... By subscribing to the MayoClinic.org 
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RSS Feeds: MedlinePlus

https://medlineplus.gov/rss.html

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Apr 21, 2015 - U.S. National Library of Medicine ... For more information on RSS and available NLM feeds, see NLM RSS ...
When we add new links to the 
health topic page, they will appear in your .....Health and Wellness ... Assisted Living · Caregivers ·
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NLM RSS Feeds for News, Podcasts, and Webcasts

https://www.nlm.nih.gov/listserv/rss_podcasts.html

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RSS Feeds | Podcasts | Webcasts | See also information on NLM Email Lists ... health news and information on specific diseases,
conditions, and 
wellness issues. ... RSS Disaster Lit: Resource Guide for Disaster Medicine and Public Health - New ...
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CDC - RSS

https://www2c.cdc.gov/podcasts/rss.asp

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CDC RSS Feeds ... Show RSS Items CDC State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Public Health Professionals G.. ...
Five Minutes or Less for 
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Health News RSS Feeds - Healthcanal.com : Healthcanal.com

https://www.healthcanal.com/health_news_rss_feeds-html

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Subscribe to Health News from HealthCanal.com via RSS Link. We have a ... Breakthroughs
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RSS Feeds Of Our Content | Kaiser Health News

https://khn.org/rss-feeds/

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RSS Feeds Of Our Content. Subscribe to RSS feeds from Kaiser Health News to stay up to date
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Top 10 RSS Feeds For Medical News & Alerts - MakeUseOf

www.makeuseof.com/tag/top-10-rss-feeds-medical-news-alerts/

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http://feeds.bmj.com/bmj/research

 

 

 

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The Three Talk Model of shared decision is a framework to help clinicians to think about how to structure their consultation to ensure
that shared decision making can most usefully take place. The model is based around 3 concepts - option talk, decision talk, and team talk -
with active listening at the centre. Three Talk was first proposed in...


The BMJ publishes a variety of education articles, to help doctors improve their practice. Often authors join us in our podcast to give tips
on putting their recommendations into practice. In this new monthly audio round-up The BMJ’s clinical editors discuss what they have
learned, and how they may alter their practice. In this edition, GP Cat...


As journal editors, we’re aware of the fact that we have a role to play in scientific discourse - that’s why The BMJ has been so keen to talk
about the way in which scientific knowledge is constructed, through our Evidence Manifesto. We also know that money has influence in the
scientific literature - which is why we have a zero tolerance policy...


The Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) is one of the most ambitious pay-for-performance schemes introduced into any health system.
It's now being scrapped by bits of the NHS, and is under reform elsewhere. Martin Marshall, GP and professor of Health Improvement at
University College London, thinks it's time to rethink the experiment. He joins...


Half of adolescents who die by suicide have a history of self harm. And in the UK, the rates of adolescents who commit suicide jumped
from 3.2, to 5.4 per 100 000 between 2010 and 2015. The national suicide prevention strategy recently expanded its scope by aiming to
reduce self harm rates as a common precursor to suicide. Therefore it's...



  • Oct 18, 2017

There's a crisis in old age care - not just in the UK, around the world, as population demographics shift, and the proportion of older people
increase - there's a worry about who's going to look after them, and how much is it going to cost? However, a new analysis on bmj.com says
this picture need not be so gloomy - they say that encouraging...


Who better to kick off a series on all things health and evidence than the exceptional and erudite Editor-in-Chief of The BMJ, Dr Fiona Godlee.
In this episode, Fiona chats to Ray about the BMJ's ongoing and often controversial campaigns to change medicine - and broader society -
for the better. She also looks to a future that addresses the...


New research published on bmj.com has evaluated how well women surgeons operate, when compared to their male colleagues - and shows
that there is a marginal improvement in patient outcomes. To discuss how that was studied, and what the findings mean, we're joined by Chris Wallis,
a resident at the University of Toronto, and Raj Satkunasivam, a...


Last week we published some new research which showed that 2/3 of new cancer drugs approved by the European Medicines Agency - the drug
regulator for Europe - didn’t have any evidence of improved life expectancy or quality of life. In this interview, Vinau Prasad, ematologist-oncologist
and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Oregon Health and...



If you're a patient in the UK, increasingly, your first interaction with the healthcare system won't be the traditional face to fact chat with your doctor -
instead you'll have a telephone consultation. The prevalence of these telephone consultations is increasing, and being promoted by CCGs and private
companies who administer them - usually as...


Sep 27, 2017


Choosing Wisely was launched in the US, to much fanfare. Since then the movement has spread around the world, with successful chapters set up in Canada,
Australia Brazil, Italy, Japan, new Zealand - and most recently the UK. The campaigns have not been without criticism – from how individual
recommendations were chosen, to the way in which...


In the UK - type 2 diabetes now affects between 5-10% of the population - and accounts for around 10% of our total NHS budget. For the individuals affected,
treatments are effective at helping control glucose levels - however, the sequela associated with the disease - vascular problems, and a life expectancy that’s
6 years shorter - are still an...


One of the hurdles that anyone who submits research or analysis to The BMJ has to deal with is peer review. The problems of the process, and some of the
potential solutions, was a big part of the Peer Review Congress which took place last week. In this interview, Sophie Cook, The BMJ's UK research editor,
talks to Lisa Bero, who’s a professor...


A new Rapid Recommendation from The BMJ suggests that for pregnant women, they may wish to avoid certain antiviral treatments for HIV.
This recommendation differs from the WHO's, and to discuss why that is, and what makes that difference important, we're joined by Reed Siemieniuk,
a physician and methodologist from McMaster University, and Alice...


In the USA, when googling "depression" patients will be presented with a link to the PHQ-9 screening test. Google has developed this in collaboration
with the National Alliance on Mental Illness - and Ken Duckworth, the alliance's medical director, debates the merits of this approach with Simon Gilbody,
from the Department of Health Sciences at...


If you google "The NHS" you'll see screaming headlines from the Daily Mail about cost and waste - debate in parliament is about how much of our GDP
we should be spending - and each year, hospital trusts go cap in hand to ask for more funding. Against this backdrop, a new analysis, and a first in a series,
published on bmj.com, looks at what it...

The world bank was set up in 1944. In the aftermath of the second world war, the institution was there to give loans to countries rebuilding after the conflict.
Their first loan went to France - but with stipulations about repayment that set a tone for future funds. A new series, authored by Devi Sridhar, and her team
from the University of...


The world bank was set up in 1944. In the aftermath of the second world war, the institution was there to give loans to countries rebuilding after the conflict.
Their first loan went to France - but with stipulations about repayment that set a tone for future funds. A new series, authored by Devi Sridhar, and her team
from the University of...


The world bank was set up in 1944. In the aftermath of the second world war, the institution was there to give loans to countries rebuilding after the conflict.
Their first loan went to France - but with stipulations about repayment that set a tone for future funds. A new series, authored by Devi Sridhar, and her team
from the University of...


The world bank was set up in 1944. In the aftermath of the second world war, the institution was there to give loans to countries rebuilding after the conflict.
Their first loan went to France - but with stipulations about repayment that set a tone for future funds. A new series, authored by Devi Sridhar, and her team
from the University of...


The world bank was set up in 1944. In the aftermath of the second world war, the institution was there to give loans to countries rebuilding after the conflict.
Their first loan went to France - but with stipulations about repayment that set a tone for future funds. A new series, authored by Devi Sridhar, and her team
from the University of...


In our last podcast from Preventing Overdiagnosis 2017, we convened an impromptu roundtable of clinicians who are attending the conference to see how
some of the big themes that were discussed at the conference are going to impact their everyday practice. Joining us were; Jessica Otte - Family physician
from Canada David Warriner - Cardiologist...


This week we’re at the over diagnosis conference in Quebec Canada, Preventing overdiangosis is a forum to discuss the harms associated with using uncertain
methods to look for disease in apparently healthy people - and is part of the BMJ’s too much medicine campaign. One of the ways in which the public’s attitudes
and wishes around health is...


The Preventing overdiagnosis conference covers how physicians, researchers and patients can implement solutions to the problems of over diagnosis and overuse
in healthcare. If you’re a doctor on twitter, you’ve probably come across our guest - Vinay Prasad, assistant prof. of medicine at Oregon Health and Science University,
and author of the...


This week we’re at the Preventing Overdiagnosis conference in Quebec Canada, The conference is a forum to discuss the harms associated with using uncertain
methods to look for disease in apparently healthy people - and is part of the BMJ’s too much medicine campaign. The literature on overdiagnosis has mostly been
published since 2013 - partly...


In this interview from Preventing Overdiagnosis 2017 (preventingoverdiagnosis.net) Stacy Carter, associate professor at Sydney Health Ethics - and the author of a
recently written BMJ essay the ethical aspects of overdiagnosis, joins us to talk about how the cultural context of medicine seeps into our decision making processes
and affects how...


This week the annual Preventing over diagnosis conference is happening in Quebec, Canada. The conference is put together with a wide range of partners, including
The BMJ, and aims to tackle the some of the problems of Too Much Medicine. To kick off our content for the conference, this week we’ve published an article looking
at some of the drivers...


Loss of a loved one can be very painful. When seeking support, some people turn to their doctor. Because of their pivotal role in the community, physicians can provide
excellent support for bereaved people and can often direct them to additional resources. Katherine Shear, a physician, and Stephanie Muldberg, a bereaved mother,
join us to discuss...


If you’ve listened to more than one of our podcasts, you’ll probably be aware of the problem of the opacity of clinical trial data - trials which are conducted by never see
the light of day, or results within those trials which are never published. Pharmaceutical companies have their own policies on what they are willing to make public, when, and...


Mike Richards is well known in the UK - former Cancer Tzar, he now heads up the Care Quality Commission - regulator of all health and social care services, and therefore
the body responsible for inspecting hospitals and GP practices. In this interview, BMJ’s head of news and views, Rebecca Coombes went to the CQC’s headquarters in London, and...


It’s been 10 years since electronic cigarettes hit the shelves in a big way - and since there controversy has reigned about their health effects - are they less unhealthy than
smoking traditional tobacco cigarettes, and will they increase nicotine dependence? Its to that last point that new research, published on BMJ.com is looking into -...


The increase in life expectancy in England has almost “ground to a halt” since 2010 and austerity measures are likely to be a significant contributor. In this podcast
Michael Marmot, director at University College London’s Institute of Health Equity, joins us to discuss what might be causing that drop off, and why a decrease
in early life chances...


The BMJ has been campaigning for an end to “too much medicine” - the pernicious effect of marketing on the range of tests and treatments that doctors offer patients -
tests and treatments which are motivated by the financial reward to the system, than the health of the individual. A new analysis on BMJ.com takes a look at what’s
happening in the...


Earlier this year, the WannaCry ransomeware attack took control of computers in 40 NHS trusts, blocking access to the data held on them. This wasn’t the first time that
NHS computers had been infected by malware, but it brought the danger of cyber attack into the consciousness of doctors and patients. In this podcast we hear from two people who...


The FDA faces perpetual criticism that it is too slow in it’s approval process for getting drugs to market, but one former FDA employee Tom Marciniak, and one professor,
Victor Serebruany from Johns Hopkins University have analysed that process and disagree. Tom Marciniak has been a commentator on the approval process, both critical of industry...


Twenty years ago the statistician Doug Altman railed against, “The Scandal of Poor Medical Research,” in an editorial in The BMJ. 10 years later, Iain Chalmers and
Paul Glaziou calculated that costs $170 billion annually in wasted research grants. In this podcast, recorded at Evidence Live, we spoke to Altman and Chalmers
about their campaigns...


The Alzheimer’s society, in the UK, predicts that if the rates of dementia remain constant there’ll be 1.7 million people in the country living with the condition by 2050.
We also know that things like improvements in cardiovascular health are changing those rates. New research published on bmj.com attempts to model what the outcomes of those...


Two articles published on the bmj.com aim to help doctors treat patients who request support with their gender identity. Firstly a practice pointer on how to refer to gender clinic,
and secondly a What Your Patient Is Thinking article about trans people's experiences in the healthcare system. In this podcast, two of the authors of that patient...


Findings from a range of prospective cohort studies based around the world indicate that higher intelligence in children is related to a lower risk of all cause mortality in adulthood -
and now a new study, published on bmj.com, is trying to dig into that association further, with a whole population cohort and data on cause specific...


"Too many research studies are poorly designed or executed. Too much of the resulting research evidence is withheld or disseminated piecemeal. As the volume of clinical research
activity has grown the quality of evidence has often worsened, which has compromised the ability of all health professionals to provide affordable, effective, high value...


Stress is one of the leading causes of work absence, recently overtaking back-pain, and an increasing part of a GPs workload. However good quality evidence about how to deal
with stress is hard to come by. Alexis Descatha, an occupational/emergency practitioner, at the University hospital of Poincaré, gives some practical advice on what to do...


Air pollution is a truly damaging environmental insult to the human body. The numbers of premature deaths, in the UK alone, that can be attributed to it are calculated to be 40,000 a year.
Yet despite this, action to tackle the problem - as with the other huge environmental issue of our time, climate change - is distinctly lacking. Robin...


The 2014 west African Ebola epidemic shone a harsh light on the health systems of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. While decades of domestic and international investment
had contributed to substantial progress on the Millennium Development Goals, national health systems remained weak and were unable to cope with the epidemic. Margaret Kruk...


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    Jun 7, 2017

A new study on BMJ.com, examines the effect of moderate drinking on brain structure. We know that heavy drinking has a deleterious effect on our brains, and is linked to dementias.
However, for sometime it’s been thought that moderate drinking is actually protective. Anya Topiwala, clinical lecturer in old age psychiatry at the University of...


The rapid changes in the global environment have led many scientists to conclude that we are living in a new geological epoch—the Anthropocene—in which human activities have
become the dominant driving force transforming the Earth’s natural systems. A recent joint publication by the World Health Organization and Convention on Biological Diversity...


We're creating a manifesto for better evidence. The centre for Evidence Based Medicine at the University of Oxford, and the BMJ, are asking what are the problem with medical evidence,
and how can we fix them? In this third discussion we went to Scotland, to find out what the people who create policy think about the issues with evidence synthesis,...


Available data suggest about 50% of delirium is hypoactive; this and the mixed motor subtype account for 80% of all cases of delirium. It can be more difficult to recognise,
and is associated with worse outcomes, than hyperactive delirium. In this podcast, Christian Hosker, consultant liaison psychiatrist at the Leeds Liaison Psychiatry Service...


Each individual’s grief process is unique, when confronted with the death of a loved one, most people experience transient rather than persistent distress - however 10% of bereaved
individuals, with an increased risk following the death of a partner or child and loss to unnatural or violent circumstances, experience prolonged grief disorder. In...




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