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Before the dawn: the tough regulatory climate holding back insomnia reliefSubscription

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A new class of sleep medicines, could provide relief for people living with insomnia, but pharmaceutical companies are struggling to bring them to the market.

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Secrets of success: the hospitals slashing their antibiotic useSubscription

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Despite the rise of resistant infections, national figures show that antibiotic use continues to grow in hospitals. However, some trusts in England are stepping up their stewardship efforts and achieving significant reductions. Here, three trusts share the secrets to their success.

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