Issue : 19 March 2014
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Mental health branch student editor, Katie, deals with the after effects of ‘coming out’ about her own mental health needs and finds much-appreciated support from her peers
“Multiple sclerosis patients may benefit from statins,” The Guardian reports.
"Rapid breaths 'protect early babies'," BBC News reports.
“Exercise advised for lymphoedema after breast cancer,” reports BBC News .
“Stem cell ‘breakthrough data inappropriately handled’,” BBC News reports.
Unison will be fighting for fair pay for NHS workers, says Christina McAnea
“Allow parents to donate the organs of babies who die, urge doctors,” The Guardian reports.
HRH The Princess Royal congratulated nurses and students celebrating the annual presentation of travel scholarships by the Cavell Nurses’ Trust in London last night.
A survey has found a growing number of children who have self-harmed are spending long periods in “unsuitable” acute wards, because of a lack of appropriate mental health services.
“‘77% of flu infections’ have no symptoms, say experts,” reports ITV News.