Issue : 16 February 2009
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This article provides advice on diagnosing Paget’s disease and outlines management options
Help make a Channel 4 film about nursingSubscription
Channel 4 is making a programme about what life is like for nurses and midwives working in NHS hospitals.
A two-week photography exhibition highlighting the hardships of being a health worker in the Central African Republic opened this week in London.
Acting NHS Confederation chief executive Steve Barnett has been given the post permanently.
Health care professionals may increasingly be called on to perform Samaritan Acts because of the popularity of flying, suggest researchers.
The second phase of a clinical study of a novel tactic to beat the most common cause of hospital-acquired infection is to get underway, it was announced earlier this week.
Two thirds of hospital trusts fail to routinely check if injured children coming into A&E are subject to a child protection plan, despite Baby P tragedy, a survey by the Conservatives has revealed.
Breastfeeding 'could help women with MS'Subscription
New research has suggested that women who breastfeed could be protected from relapses of multiple sclerosis (MS).
Work pressure 'fuels binge drinking boom'Subscription
A study has revealed that the binge drinking boom could be partly due to pressure on workers to be 'perfect'.
The UK's first Cancer Research centre specialising in genetic research, cancers of the bladder and prostrate and leukaemia has opened in Birmingham.