Issue : April 2012
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“Children bullied during their early years are up to three times more likely to self harm than their classmates,” BBC News has reported.
There is “no convincing evidence” that mobile phones cause cancer, according to a major report issued by the Health Protection Agency.
Autism research in mice has raised the possibility of drugs to treat the condition, BBC news has reported.
“Diabetes could ‘bankrupt’ the NHS in 20 years,” the Daily Mail has reported.
Care must be viewed as the essence of nursingSubscription
Without knowledge of the concept of caring and what it entails, it is difficult to be an effective nursing leader.
Social media is everywhere.
“Trying to lose weight alters your brain and hormones so you’re doomed to pile it on again,” the Daily Mail reported.
Exercise can dramatically alter the rate of mental decline in elderly people with early signs of dementia, the Daily Express reported today.
Intentional ward rounds must be carried out hourly and more paperwork should be done by the bedside, according to one of the leads of the prime minister’s nursing forum.
Most nurses believe in setting minimum nurse to patient ratios, according to a recent report by Unison.