Issue : 17 July 2012
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YouTube nursing clips 'sexist and demeaning'Subscription
More than half of videos about nurses on YouTube depict the professionals as either sex objects or stupid, a study has found.
Work the world - my trip to TakoradiSubscription
Let me start by saying doing my nursing elective placement in Ghana was the best thing I have ever done.
What to do when you’re missing homeSubscription
Feeling fragile? Find the best strategies to healthily manage homesickness at university.
An arthritis treatment called Arthroplex that is being advertised online and in flyers is “unlicensed and unproven”, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has warned.
University rumours: sorting myth from factSubscription
Debunk the latest myths about university and finally get the truth about what you should expect as a first year.
'Treat egg allergy with egg protein'Subscription
Children allergic to eggs can be cured by giving them increasingly higher doses of egg protein, research has shown.
Time management 101Subscription
Learn to effectively manage your time with these five top tips and boost your studies, social life and personal wellbeing.
New research has shown that liver transplant recipients who are smokers or former smokers have an increased risk of suffering recurring hepatitis.
A sexual health service for sex workers has launched a website to offer information and support during the Olympics.
Pregnant women can take less ironSubscription
Taking iron supplements one to three times a week is just as effective at preventing anaemia in pregnant women as taking them every day, a new review of the existing evidence has concluded.