Issue : 27 April 2016
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A larger placenta during pregnancy could lead to larger bones in the children, according to UK researchers.
A nurse from Chesterfield is running a marathon later this month during which he plans to post messages and facts about a nursing charity on social media every mile.
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Bedbugs 'prefer certain colours'Subscription
“Bed bugs appear to have a strong preference for particular colours,” BBC News reports. A new study suggests the pests prefer red and black and “hate yellow and green”.
I am writing this as the junior doctors’ strike is in full swing. I’ve been trying to get a firm grip on what I think about it all for months now – but have somehow struggled.
NHS England has appointed a health service chief executive to lead the transformation of maternity services.
Labour’s shadow health secretary Heidi Alexander has called an “opposition day debate” on the government’s plans to scrap NHS bursaries for student nurses and midwives.
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I’m not sure I’ve heard the word “inspire” so many times in one day as I have in the last 24 hours.
A “ground breaking ceremony” was held this week in China to cement a major collaboration between the nursing and midwifery faculty at King’s College London and Nanjing Health School.
Deborah Huyton from the University of Central Lancashire was last night named “most inspirational student nurse of the year” at a glittering awards ceremony in London.