Health Headlines: Unproductive consultants, gastric bleeding and dementia warning

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Consultants' productivity - The Daily Telegraph
A report by the House of Commons public accounts committee shows consultants have become less productive over the last decade but their pay has risen.
Hospital consultants' productivity falls despite pay increases


Gastric bleeding - BBC
A group of experts has released guidance in a bid to cut unnecessary deaths from gastric bleeding.
Expert guidance to cut death toll of gastric bleeds


Dementia warning - Independent
The coalition government's NHS reforms will do little to tackle rising levels of dementia, a think tank has warned.
Warning over NHS reform and dementia demand

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