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Anaesthetist Jennifer Kielty discusses a common fear about an uncommon problem - awareness during surgery, and looks at the latest Cochrane evidence on ways to reduce the risk
Sarah Chapman blogs new Cochrane evidence on convalescent plasma as a possible treatment for COVID-19
Siobhan McCormack blogs Cochrane evidence on treatments for idiopathic toe walking
A blog for women who have period pain about Cochrane evidence that exercise may help, from Gynaecologists Puteri Zainuddin and Emily Carter.
This blog explores a number of cautionary examples, reminding that all treatments have potential harms. We should consider the evidence not just about whether a treatment works, but whether it is safe. This is the third blog of our special series on Evidently Cochrane: “Oh, really?” 12 things to help you question health advice.
Sarah Chapman looks at new Cochrane evidence on personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect healthcare workers from infections such as COVID-19 (coronavirus)
Cardiologists Will Watson and Harry Boardman blog about Cochrane evidence comparing two treatments for aortic stenosis in people with low surgical risk.
A blog on the latest Cochrane evidence on the benefits and risks of a surgical treatment for traumatic brain injury.
Sarah Chapman blogs new Cochrane evidence on the effectiveness of quarantine for controlling the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Sarah Chapman looks new Cochrane evidence, published this week, on whether exercise affects our susceptibility to acute respiratory infections.
Sarah Chapman and Selena Ryan-Vig share evidence from a new Cochrane Special Collection, COVID-19: Effective options for quitting smoking during the pandemic.
We are bombarded with information and advice on our health. This blog gives advice on how to assess whether what we read is trustworthy and evidence-based.