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Hospitals must promote healthy food to their staff...
Hospital trusts must provide healthy eating options for their staff as well as patients, under new rules on food quality in NHS organisations.
All nurses must be alert to spot 'shameful' return...
All nurses, especially those in community settings, have been called on to be aware of the signs and symptoms of tuberculosis, which is making a concerning comeback in so...
CNO calls on all nurses to broach lifestyle change...
Improving the general health and lifestyle of patients is “really everybody’s business” and nurses should not underestimate the influence they have, according to th...
Public health efforts must focus on six areas to '...
Public health initiatives need to focus on six key areas in particular to improve the nation’s wellbeing, according to the head of England’s national public health bo...
Minister unveils new resources to help boost 'earl...
Two new guidance packages targeted at nurses working with children and families have been launched by the Department of Health.
Text technology proving to be major aid to school ...
Use of technology is making a “massive difference” to school nursing, especially engaging with boys, according to the Department of Health’s director of nursing.
NHS workers to stage pay protest as union ballots ...
Unions will deliver a giant envelope to the Department of Health today to mark the start of a ballot on industrial action, including strikes, in a bitter row with ministe...
Majority of cancer patients with depression get no...
Large numbers of cancer patients experience depression and many receive no treatment for it, according to researchers, who say nurse-led intervention may be the answer.
Eating tomatoes linked to cancer prevention in men...
Men who eat more than 10 portions of tomatoes each week have an 18% lower risk of developing prostate cancer, new research suggests.
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