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Category list : Paediatrics/children's nursing

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    A life less angry?Subscription

    Opinion25 August, 2011

    Kingston University has been working on a hospital scheme to reduce London’s gang and knife crime

  • 'Working mums’ kids are fatter and lazier,' is the headline in the Daily Mirror today.

    Are working mums' children fatter?

    NHS Choices30 September, 2009

    ‘Working mums’ kids are fatter and lazier,’ is the headline in the Daily Mirror today. The newspaper reported on a survey of 12,000 schoolchildren.

  • A poem and “best dressed” ward competition, live music and free beauty sessions were among the activities Birmingham Children’s Hospital put on to thank its dedicated staff as part of National Nurses’ Day celebrations.

    Birmingham Children’s Hospital celebrates International Nurses’ DaySubscription

    News12 May, 2010

    A poem and “best dressed” ward competition, live music and free beauty sessions were among the activities Birmingham Children’s Hospital put on to thank its dedicated staff as part of the International Nurses’ Day celebrations.

  • 'Brain chemical link' to ADHD

    'Brain chemical link' to ADHD

    NHS Choices13 September, 2009

    The Daily Mail reported today that a brain chemical has been found that ‘could spell an end to ADHD’.

  • The dangers of exposing children to cigarette smoke were widely reported this week.

    Call to ban smoking in cars

    NHS Choices25 March, 2010

    The dangers of exposing children to cigarette smoke were widely reported this week. Many newspapers have focused on a call for smoking to be banned in all vehicles, parks and play areas, as an extension of the current smoking ban.

  • calming your anxious child

    Calming Your Anxious ChildSubscription

    Book review20 March, 2017

    ’This book may be a useful resource for parents with an anxious child’

  • Can a urine test diagnose autism?

    Can a urine test diagnose autism?

    NHS Choices12 June, 2010

    “A simple test that would revolutionise the diagnosis of autism is being developed by British scientists,” the Daily Mail reported.

  • child silhouette

    Children with autism may be supersensitive to change

    NHS Choices16 June, 2015

    “People with autism … are over-sensitive to the world,” the Mail Online reports. 

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    Could avocados hold the key to treating leukaemia?

    NHS Choices21 June, 2015

    “Avocados could hold the key to helping beat rare form of leukaemia,” The Independent reports; specifically acute myeloid leukaemia, which is an uncommon and aggressive cancer of the white blood cells.

  • Children who survive cancer face a greater risk of heart problems

    Heart risk from child cancers

    NHS Choices10 December, 2009

    The risk of heart problems is more than five times greater in survivors of childhood cancer according to The Daily Telegraph. The newspaper said that new research found that the risk was still high 30 years after they had beaten their cancer.

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