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Schoolgirls in Scotland will have access to free sanitary products in a bid to tackle 'period poverty', first minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged.
Respiratory nurses not spending enough time with patients – and half planning to retire in next decade
One in four NHS respiratory nursing teams say they are unable to spend enough time with patients, with a majority reporting working extra unpaid hours, a new study reveals.
New first aid guidance to ensure people get the right help fast
Nurses and other health professionals delivered mental health information and advice to hundreds of people affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy during the Notting Hill Carnival.
New guidance from Public Health England says practice nurses and GPs can help improve attendance by educating women about cervical cancer and screening and offering varied appointment times
Children with asthma, epilepsy and diabetes are at risk in the classroom due to the accelerating loss of school nurses, the RCN warns.
Care concerns raised by prostate cancer specialist nurses are being overlooked by multidisciplinary teams (MDTs), according to a new study.
Mindfulness could help heavy drinkers start to cut back on alcohol consumption, according to researchers who used brief audio recordings to train drinkers in such strategies.
The RCN wants nurses to share their stories on the effects of pay restraint as part of a digital day of action on 25 August
College aim to make every nurse an e-nurse by 2020
Children who skip breakfast regularly may not be consuming the daily amounts of key nutrients for growth and development recommended by the UK government.
A drug commonly used to treat patients with obesity or type 2 diabetes could be used as a new way to lower brain pressure, for which treatments are desperately needed, researchers say.
Tiny particles of carbon in traffic fumes can damage the immune system’s ability to kill viruses and bacteria, making people more vulnerable to infection, a new study says.
A study into whether webcams can help with early bonding for parents of premature babies found the majority benefit from the ability to see their baby at any time in neonatal units, though it made some more anxious.
Jane Cummings to take charge of NHS England's London region
A broadening of the definition of polycystic ovary syndrome has contributed to a steep rise in diagnoses and risks causing fear and anxiety, health experts say.
Two thirds of those who turned 18 last year did not have jab