Issue : April 2010
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An eight part series about the life-saving work of the Children’s Acute Transport Service (CATS) will be aired on BBC1 starting the 4th of May.
Milton Keynes A&E nurse, Hannah Warren, returned from a two week volunteer journey to Haiti with the international charity, Mercy Ships.
“Drinking too much pop can speed up the ageing process,” the Daily Mail reported.
“Providing vitamin supplements to poorly nourished women during pregnancy may reduce the risk of them giving birth to underweight babies,” The Independent reported.
Dr Carolyn French expresses her positive and negative experiences with different nurses while caring for her ill partner
Nurse Jenny Greenfield reaches her goal after a long and winding trek
A new bowel cancer test “cuts deaths by 40 per cent”, according to The Daily Telegraph.
All three parties have said they oppose cuts to specialist nurse posts or their reassignment to general ward duties.
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Premature death rates among women in Britain are on a par with those in Slovenia and Albania, a study has shown.