Issue : 8 December 2008
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Sufferers of panic attacks are at increased risk of heart disease and heart attacks than others – and those that have had panic attacks at a younger age are a greater risk.
The nurses of Zimbabwe have received a letter of support from the RCN, on the eve of President Mugabe’s claim the cholera epidemic is over.
Video games may help older people improve cognitive functions like memory and multi-tasking, a new study has found.
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Type 1 diabetes and coeliac disease have been found to be more closely linked than first thought.
Women’s magazines portray plastic surgery as physically risky but downplay the emotional health risks, according to a new study.
In the third of her series of advice columns, Susan Hughes of the Health Learning and Skills Advice Line explains how to help shape the next generation of student nurses by becoming a nurse lecturer.
Nursing Times online editor Gabriel Fleming on an age-old debate sweeping through cyberspace
One in four children in reception class is overweight or obese, a new report from the NHS Information Centre has found.
The NHS must focus on improving the quality of the care it provides by doing more to measure the outcomes and experience of patients, according to the Healthcare Commission.
A new system rating the performance of all London healthcare colleges and universities supplying staff to the NHS has been launched this week.