The Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) has warned over waiting times for patients in Northern Ireland awaiting surgery, after DH statistics showed 55.3 per cent of patients were waiting longer than 13 weeks to be admitted for treatment.
A study led by the University of Leeds, University of York, and Durham University has indicated that behavioural activation therapy is useful in staving off the development of depression in older people.
Research produced by Stanford University and published in Nature Communications has indicated that brain scans demonstrating the way teenagers' brains are wired could help predict whether they will develop drug problems in the future.
According to a US study published in the JAMA and JAMA Internal Medicine, a new hormone treatment for healthy bones could benefit older men with low testosterone but it may also increase their risk of heart problems.
A new report commissioned by the Council for Disabled Children and the True Colours Trust, has highlighted that the number of disabled children with complex needs has increased dramatically warning that affected families were finding it difficult to access local authority support.