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08/11/2011 - Hounds to help hearts
A major initiative to use dogs to help heart patients recover fitness is launched today at a British hospital. More

07/11/2011 - Cancer women need fertility advice
Women undergoing treatment for breast cancer need to be given advice on how they can preserve fertility, a major conference was told today. More

13/10/2011 - Domestic violence training urged
Specialist training can massively assist GPs and practice nurses in identifying women who are victims of domestic violence, researchers reported today. More

06/10/2011 - Flu jab urged for asthma
Asthma campaigners have urged people with the condition to ensure they get the flu vaccine. More

03/10/2011 - Post-natal depression "unrecognised"
Too many women are suffering from unrecognised post-natal depression, according a major report published today. More

30/09/2011 - Outrage as health workers jailed
Up to 20 doctors and nurses have been sent to prison in the Gulf state of Bahrain for alleged involvement in spring protests. More

28/09/2011 - Multiple birth guidelines call for extra care
New UK guidelines today will set out how hospitals should care for women with multiple pregnancies, such as those carrying twins and triplets. More

31/08/2011 - Greater efforts needed to cut newborn deaths
The rate of deaths of new-born babies around the world has fallen, but more must be done, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. More

09/08/2011 - Plea for cancer patient fitness
Tens of thousands of people who have undergone successful treatment for cancer need encouragement to undertake regular exercise, campaigners warned yesterday. More

28/07/2011 - Relaxation may aid natural birth
Relaxation training and better birth preparation may help reduce the rising rate of Caesarean section births, according to an analysis published today. More

15/07/2011 - Sweeping changes to women’s health care urged
Radical changes to the structure of maternity services and care of women in the UK were proposed yesterday. More

12/07/2011 - Birth defects from smoking revealed
Babies born to mothers who smoke are at risk from a devastating list of birth defects, researchers said today. More

21/06/2011 - More midwives for world - plea
The world needs more than a third of a million more midwives to prevent deaths of mothers and babies in many poor countries, a major report said yesterday. More

06/06/2011 - End cowboy hypnosis - practitioners
The NHS should make more use of hypnosis - and save patients from "cowboys", practitioners said today. More

25/05/2011 - VR greenery aid to convalescence
University scientists are seeking to take virtual reality to a new level - with a view to helping sick people who cannot get access to the outside world. More

24/03/2011 - Professor poses pain problem
An expert nurse is to set out the challenges that health services face in improving treatment of pain. More

07/03/2011 - Midwives should manage more births - thinktank
The British National Health Service should massively step up the use of midwives to manage births - as part of a drive to improve maternity care, experts said yesterday. More

25/02/2011 - Midwives may need alternative training
Midwives and obstetricians may need formal training in complementary therapies because they are becoming so popular among pregnant women, researchers have warned. More

22/02/2011 - Good care key to child skin bugs?
Old-fashioned cleanliness may be the key to treating children with super-bug skin infections, researchers said last night. More

03/02/2011 - Hospital bug drug hope
A new drug may make a powerful impact on the pernicious hospital infection, C.difficile, researchers reported last night. More

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