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Genetic / Biological Foundations of Mental Processing Speed Discovered? (BBC News / Molecular Psychiatry)

Summary A large international epidemiological study of data from 30,000 people may have identified underlying genetic variants linked to individual differences in the ability to process information. Genetic differences might explain why some people are quicker thinkers in middle age … Continue reading

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GP Out-of-Hours Services: Learning From International Acute Care Models (Monitor / Committee of Public Accounts / NAO)

Summary Monitor studied acute service models internationally to inform the development of potential new models of care in the NHS. “…the NHS may be able to reduce attendances at A&E and provide better services for patients if it was able … Continue reading

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