Issue : March 2012
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The discovery of stem cells in human ovaries means “it may one day be possible to produce an ‘unlimited’ supply of eggs,” according to the Daily Mail.
“Playing active video games won’t help you stay fit,” the Daily Mail has reported.
What type of nursing shall I study?Subscription
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Candice Pellett has held national roles but is most proud of supporting people who wish to die at home.
Julie Raine is proud of the nurses who lead combined sexual and contraceptive services.
“Vitamin E supplements intended to reduce risk of heart disease could also cause thinning of bones,” The Daily Mail reported.
'Unrealistic' breastfeeding advice criticisedSubscription
New mothers can feel set up to fail by “unhelpful” advice telling them to breastfeed for six months, researchers have said.
Unison is to ballot its 450,000 members who work in the health sector on the government’s proposals to change the NHS pension scheme.
“We’ve had bird flu and swine flu - now scientists have found BAT FLU,” says the Daily Mail.
Unions to consider detailed final pensions offerSubscription
Pensions talks between unions and the government have ended with the announcement of a detailed final offer from ministers.