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  • Hidden brain injuries warning in childrenSubscription

    29 October, 2007 By Steve Ford

    School nurses need to be alert to the symptoms of ‘hidden’ brain damage in children, warns a charity.

  • Change in script rules for rosiglitazoneSubscription

    31 October, 2007 By Steve Ford

    European drug regulators have declared that the benefits of the diabetes drugs rosiglitazone and pioglitazone outweigh any potential cardiovascular risks, despite a number of recent studies.

  • Family nurse initiative for young mothers extendedSubscription

    1 November, 2007 By Louise Tweddell

    Junior health minister Ann Keen has announced £30m to extend a health visiting scheme for young mothers for the next three years.

  • Breastfeeding protects against cancerSubscription

    1 November, 2007 By Clare Lomas

    The first cancer prevention report to recommend breastfeeding was published by the World Cancer Research Fund yesterday.

  • Ministers say nurses' pay must be capped at 2%Subscription

    6 November, 2007 By Richard Staines

    The government has called for nurses’ pay to be capped at 2% in the next financial year, Nursing Times has learned.

  • Welsh investment in school nursesSubscription

    7 November, 2007 By Steve Ford

    Employing a nurse for every secondary school in Wales is one of the priorities outlined in new spending plans.

  • London is country's TB capitalSubscription

    7 November, 2007 By Richard Staines

    London accounted for 44% of the total cases of TB in the country, according to figures released by the Health Protection Agency.

  • Battle stress linked with asthmaSubscription

    8 November, 2007 By Richard Staines

    Soldiers and other personnel returning from Iraq and Afghamistan may be at increased risk of asthma, US study results suggest.

  • Attacks on NHS staff fallSubscription

    8 November, 2007 By Emma Vere-Jones

    Violence against NHS staff has fallen for the second year in a row, figures released by the NHS Security Management Service have shown.

  • Men to be targeted in chlamydia campaignSubscription

    9 November, 2007 By Louise Tweddell

    A new nurse led strategy has been launched to increase the number of men treated for sexually transmitted infections.

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