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Nursing and Midwifery

Nursing & Midwifery

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26/01/2011 - Obese women face extended pregnancy
Obese women face extended pregnancies and an increased risk of induction of labour, according to research published today. More

14/01/2011 - Row over six months breast-feed target
Breastfeeding babies exclusively for six months may “not always be in the child’s best interests”, it has been claimed. More

08/12/2010 - Music soothes troubled chest
Patients who need mechanical ventilation to help them breathe may benefit from being surrounded by soothing music, according to an expert analysis published today. More

15/11/2010 - Mums struggle with weight pressures
Large numbers of young mothers feel under pressure to lose weight to match celebrity stereotypes - and fail, according to a major survey published today. More

04/11/2010 - Child behaviour problems linked to birth method
Children's emotional and behavioural problems may be linked to a stressful birth, researchers have reported. More

15/10/2010 - Global handwashing day
People are being reminded to wash their hands properly to prevent diseases. More

06/10/2010 - Baby development 'unharmed' by occasional pregnancy drink
Women who drink small amounts of alcohol during pregnancy do not harm their child’s behavioural or intellectual development, according to a major study published today. More

29/09/2010 - Cancer risk lowered if women exercise
Women who exercise and keep active are less likely to develop womb cancer than couch potatoes, researchers said today. More

28/09/2010 - Major study backs breast-feeding
Midwives have welcomed new research which highlights the powerful protection that breast-feeding gives babies against infection. More

21/09/2010 - Family plea to child obesity workers
Efforts to tackle childhood obesity by running programmes in schools will have limited benefits without backing from families, British experts have warned. More

03/09/2010 - Sugar may not prevent newborn pain
Nurses who carry out heel prick blood tests on newborns cannot avoid causing pain by giving sucrose, new research suggests. More

01/09/2010 - Nurse booster for heart patients
A simple programme of regular visits to nurses may successfully help heart patients avoid future problems, researchers have reported. More

25/08/2010 - Call to tackle pregnancy blood pressure threat
Midwife leaders have backed new UK guidelines published today aim at tackling the dangers of high blood pressure in pregnant women. More

18/08/2010 - Health visitors may prevent post-natal depression
Women are less likely to develop post-natal depression if they are seen by a well-trained health visitor, British researchers reported last night. More

17/08/2010 - Midwives condemn home-birth backlash
A midwife leader has launched a strong defence of home births amid concern of a global movement against them. More

13/08/2010 - Coin marks Florence centenary
Today marks centenary of the death of the woman generally regarded as the founder of modern nursing. More

05/08/2010 - Complicated pregnancy linked to depression
Women who experience complications during pregnancy and birth face an increased risk of postnatal depression, researchers warned yesterday. More

30/07/2010 - Home birth row angers midwives
A row has broken out after a leading medical journal accused mothers choosing home birth of "putting their babies at risk". More

28/07/2010 - Eat for one, pregnant women told
Pregnant women in Britain are being urged to stop "eating for two" as part of a drive, launched today, to reduce obesity among mothers and their children. More

27/07/2010 - Formula milk row 30 years old
Efforts to create a global marketing code for formula milk have spent 30 years stuck in controversy, an expert claims today. More

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