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dinsdag 25 april 2017

Health visitors may be only hope for domestic slaves

Health visitors may be only hope for domestic slaves
Health visitors have a vital role in helping identify the victims of domestic slavery, as they may be their only contact with the outside world, a community nursing organisation has highlighted.
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Aspirin has 'no benefit' for preventing dementia
The authors of an analysis of previously published studies said they have found no evidence that low-dose aspirin "buffers" against cognitive decline or dementia, or improves cognitive test scores.
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Inhaled steroids 'increase pneumonia risk' in asthma
Treatment with inhaled steroids may slightly increase the risk of pneumonia in patients with asthma, as well as those with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to Canadian researchers.
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Nurses 'right to be angry' about pay, says union leader
Nurses and other NHS staff are "right to feel angry" over yet another 1% pay rise, according to the leader of Unison, who described it as "an insult".
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CCTV images released of missing Bristol student nurse
The police have said concerns are growing about the safety of a student nurse who was last seen leaving Bristol's Southmead Hospital 11 days ago.
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Exclusive: English exam stalling nurse recruitment, says agency
Hundreds of international nurses are unable to take up job offers in the NHS, which is stalling overseas recruitment, because the level to which their English language is being tested is too high, a new report has warned.
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