Issue : 24 September 2014
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“Bacteria found in honeybee stomachs could be used as alternative to antibiotics,” reports The Independent.
Last week saw two significant votes. Shortly before Scotland’s decision to remain part of the UK, Unison’s healthcare workers voted in favour of strike action.
Why do I have to explain why older people’s nursing is so important and why I am championing it?
Labour will deliver 36,000 extra staff for the NHS including 20,000 extra nurses if it wins next year’s general election Ed Miliband pledged today.
Prince Harry last night praised the work of specialist paediatric nurses caring for seriously ill children, young people and their families at an awards ceremony in London.
A new type of combination treatment, including basal insulin, is set to be launched next year after gaining European approval.
Pregnant women are worse hit by flu than other members of the population because their immune systems are hyperactive rather than weakened, a study has shown.
Labour leader Ed Miliband is expected to make a pledge to increase the numbers of registered nurses working in the NHS by 20,000 if Labour wins the next election, Nursing Times understands.
Longer hours worked by nurses to help save hospitals money is hitting safety and patient care, according to a large international survey of nurses.
People should be told to limit their time in front of the TV and cut out sugary drinks to stave off obesity, health officials have said.