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Nursing and Midwifery

Nursing & Midwifery

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09/03/2009 - Drugs to delay labour carry risk
Experts have issued a warning about some drugs that delay premature labour. More

18/02/2009 - TB in pregnancy warning
Tuberculosis in pregnancy is becoming a growing hazard in Britain, experts warn today. More

18/02/2009 - Study tests water softeners for eczema
A new study has been launched to discover whether using water softeners can relieve children's eczema. More

28/01/2009 - Childbirth water danger
Researchers have discovered that it is possible to drink too much water during childbirth. More

23/01/2009 - Geriatric units improve outcomes, study finds
The care provided in acute geriatric units leads to better outcomes for older people than conventional hospital care, researchers claim today. More

21/01/2009 - Premature birth risk from binge drinking
New findings, published today, show how a baby can suffer from a mother's binge drinking during pregnancy. More

20/01/2009 - Baby medicines may 'harm'
Babies who receive medicines may be overdosing on harmful chemicals, including alcohol, experts claimed today. More

14/01/2009 - Epidural risk "overstated"
The risk from painkilling epidurals is lower than many patients may imagine, finds a new analysis. More

08/01/2009 - Call to boost childbirth safety in poor countries
Technologies to prevent and manage obstetric complications are being neglected in under-resourced countries, say researchers. More

04/12/2008 - Midwifery under pressure - new evidence
Growing pressures on midwives are putting strains on new procedures to regulate the profession, a report warned yesterday. More

03/12/2008 - Pregnancy exercise may place woman at risk
Researchers have found that too much intense exercise during pregnancy may be risky. More

03/11/2008 - Pregnancy drink conundrum
Women who take a little alcohol during pregnancy may not be doing their children any harm, according to a major British study. More

03/11/2008 - Health hazards from excess pregnancy weight gain
Women who put on a lot of weight during pregnancy may be placing their baby at risk of becoming overweight or obese, according to new findings. More

30/10/2008 - Birth pressures aggravate midwife shortages
British maternity departments are facing a growing shortage of midwives as professionals struggle to keep up with a rising birth rate, it has been claimed. More

24/10/2008 - Essential guide to wound care released
Wound care experts have released new advice, outlining best practice for nurses and other healthcare workers. More

23/10/2008 - Three get Seacole awards
Three nurses have gained a chance to pursue projects to boost ethnic minority health in honour of nursing pioneer Mary Seacole. More

09/10/2008 - Nurses no longer celluloid angels
Modern movie-making no longer stereotypes nurses - but there is a danger of the profession being painted in a dark light, according to a new analysis. More

17/09/2008 - Ex-nurse tackles NHS bullying via comedy
An ex-nurse who left her job because of bullying is achieving success in her new career as a comedian. More

16/09/2008 - Opposition to Euro-drug plan
Nursing leaders have joined a campaign to prevent the public marketing of prescription drugs. More

11/09/2008 - Future nurses will all be graduates
A new set of principles for trainee nurses has been developed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council's governing body. More

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