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Eyes on Evidence from NICE

This month in Eyes on Evidence has articles about:
Physical activity interventions for children: A meta-analysis reviews the effectiveness of physical activity interventions for children.

Drug interactions associated with herbal remedies and dietary supplements

Metabolic profile and declining cognitive function: A cohort study suggests that metabolic abnormality is a risk factor for cognitive decline with increasing body mass index.

Risk of asthma exacerbation after stopping inhaled corticosteroids in people with stable asthma

Heavy menstrual bleeding: levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system: The ECLIPSE randomised controlled trial found the levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system was more effective than usual medical treatment in reducing the effect of heavy menstrual bleeding on quality of life.

Case studies from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection

Podiatry education to empower patients to self-care

Read the full newletter here https://s5.newzapp.co.uk/t/gtp_pg.aspx?LID=OSwzNjYxMDI3OTQsMw==

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