Issue : 1 March 2011
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Baby deaths for obese mothers 'alarming'Subscription
A link between obesity in mothers and deaths in newborn babies has been brought into focus by worryingly high mortality rates.
Men with locally advanced prostate cancer can double their survival chances by having six months of hormone treatment and radiotherapy, according to research.
Treating osteoporosis patients with strontium ranelate has been shown to increase the rate of bone formation 17 times over, compared with the preferred treatment.
You can send your own personal message of solidarity and support to the incredible healthcare workforce of Christchurch, New Zealand, as they keep health services running in the aftermath of the earthquake.
Your guide to working as a nurse in AustraliaSubscription
Fancy exchanging Birmingham for Brisbane, Manchester for Melbourne or Southampton for Sydney?
Hatching plans: the key to project managementSubscription
When it comes to being a successful project manager, it all comes down to thinking ahead, says Iain Snelling
We talk to the chief executive of the Florence Nightingale Foundation, Elizabeth Robb, who has been a nurse for 39 years.
'It makes me proud to showcase the work of nurses' Subscription
Lynne Maher helps nurses have ideas and offers support to transform them into reality
Streptococcal fatalities 'rising'Subscription
Group A Streptococcal disease (GAS) has led to an increasing number of deaths among women during pregnancy and childbirth in the UK over the last seven years, a new report shows.
A paid internship programme to help 380 newly-trained Scottish nurses and midwives find work has opened for applicants this week.