Issue : 1 October 2014
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With celebrities and friends posting happy pregnancy and motherhood pictures all over social media, do mothers feel pressure to feel and behave a certain way?
An MP has said he would back an independent inquiry into the case of an experienced nurse who left the profession after a minor error was “turned into a mountain”.
Early inspections of community services have revealed concerns about staffing levels, an official from the Care Quality Commission has told a nursing conference.
A new leukaemia drug, which has been hailed for offering hope to many patients who previously had nowhere left to turn, should not be used widely in the NHS, health officials have provisionally said.
Drinking just five units of alcohol every week could reduce the quality of a man’s sperm, new research suggests.
A drug to help alcohol-dependant patients reduce the amount they drink has moved a step closer to be approved for use in the NHS.
Will Pooley, the British nurse who has been cured of Ebola, is an example of the “courage” and resilience needed to tackle the ebola crisis, foreign secretary Philip Hammond has said.
Staff at Barts Health Trust have been subject to bullying behaviour, race discrimination and ill treatment, according to a report commissioned by the trust.
A leading academic who specialises in the mental health of expectant mums and dads has been appointed to a prestigious research role.
“Dry-roasted peanuts ‘worst for allergies’,” the Mail Online reports.