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crissdee
1243727.  Fri Jul 28, 2017 9:48 am Reply with quote

And the "Metro", where I saw it and vented about it. Amongst other things.

 
gruff5
1244214.  Wed Aug 02, 2017 5:36 am Reply with quote

>> And Prof Dame Sally Davies, Englandís chief medical officer, said:

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The message to the public remains the same: people should always follow the advice of healthcare professionals. To update policies, we need further research to inform them.


Sounds sound. And perhaps the healthcare professionals may alter their advice in the light of further research.

 
dr.bob
1244357.  Thu Aug 03, 2017 4:18 am Reply with quote

That's certainly possible. Any decent healthcare should be evidence based and willing to change in the light of new data. However, such change should come from the health professionals themselves, not from headline writers in hack rags :-S

 
swot
1244376.  Thu Aug 03, 2017 7:37 am Reply with quote

My gp surgery is taking a sensible approach to this. I currently have the tiniest hint of an infection (since the kidney stone incident of a few years ago, I like to keep on top of any renal abnormalities), so they don't want to give me antibiotics until it gets worse (on the offchance that it gets better by itself).

 

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