Certain Gut Bacteria May Contribute to Bowel Cancer - The Mandatory Training Group UK -

Certain Gut Bacteria May Contribute to Bowel Cancer

Certain Gut Bacteria May Contribute to Bowel Cancer. Credit: Pixabay People who have a certain type of bacteria in their guts may be at greater risk of developing bowel cancer. In the first study to use a technique called Mendelian randomisation to investigate the causal role played by bacteria in the development of bowel cancer,[…]

Beam Diagnostics, Excella team up on alcohol relapse app -

Beam Diagnostics, Excella team up on alcohol relapse app

Beam Diagnostics, Excella team up on alcohol relapse app. The provider-facing technology is expected to help predict when a person is drinking again. Beam Diagnostics is teaming up with tech company Excella to create an app that detects relapse in alcohol use disorder. The technology will specifically be targeted at helping providers predict when a patient[…]

Fast follower Royal Oldham digitises dietetic referrals -

Fast follower Royal Oldham digitises dietetic referrals

Fast follower Royal Oldham digitises dietetic referrals. The dietetic team at Royal Oldham Hospital has switched to digital referrals to reduce paper and improve patient safety. The team currently receive 180 adult dietetic referrals every month and, though they arrive electronically, they are processed manually. The programme involves standardising and digitising dietetic documentation at the hospital[…]

Sixth person dies from listeria outbreak

Sixth person dies from listeria outbreak

Sixth person dies from listeria outbreak The Good Food Chain supplied 43 NHS trusts across the UK (Andrew Matthews/PA)  A sixth person has died after eating pre-packaged sandwiches and salads linked to a listeria outbreak, Public Health England (PHE) has said. The latest death was one of the nine cases previously confirmed and PHE said[…]

Listeria outbreak: One of five killed after eating sandwich is identified

Listeria outbreak: One of five killed after eating sandwich is identified. Five people are suspected to have died after eating pre-packed sandwiches and salads at NHS hospitals. There has been a listeria outbreak at several hospitals One of the victims of the listeria outbreak at UK hospitals is a businessman who ate a contaminated sandwich, according[…]