Issue : 28 February 2012
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Money, money, money: agenda for changeSubscription
Confused about how much money you can expect to make once you’re qualified? Agenda for Change does the penny-counting for you
We’ll be chatting to members of the Energise for Excellence team on Monday 5 March at 11am, come and join us
Higher asthma risk for babies born earlySubscription
Babies born just a few weeks early have a higher risk of poor health, including asthma, than those born later, research suggests.
The risk of heart disease is not higher in people who have donated a kidney than in those who have not, according to new research.
Attending cervical screening boosts cure rateSubscription
New research has claimed that regular cervical screening can boost women’s chances of surviving cervical cancer.
TV row doctor found guilty of groping nursesSubscription
A doctor who “freaked out” and sexually assaulted a nurse because he did not want to watch Emmerdale had shown a “woeful” lack of insight into his actions, a medical panel has ruled.
Stroke awareness adverts effectively boost 999 calls Subscription
A stroke awareness campaign has resulted in more people phoning emergency services and more patients being treated more quickly, according to the government.
One Born Every Minute: what do you think?Subscription
This week, we’re watching One Born Every Minute … what did you think of it?
Osteoarthritis 3: impact on patientsSubscription
This final article in a three-part series on osteoarthritis discusses its effects
A study involving more than 75,000 people claims to have found more evidence that the risk of early death can be increased if dementia patients are prescribed “chemical cosh” drugs.