Ed Miliband and his party must back up its promise of 3,000 more midwives by tackling the spiralling stress levels currently forcing thousands of NHS professionals to leave the service each year, according to a Birmingham City University expert.
Nando’s has teamed up with web app Good Food Talks to make their all-new, healthier menu easier to read for the estimated 10 million people in the UK with some form of dyslexia.
Greenwich-based mental health service METRO has received a grant of more than £115,000 from the City of London Corporation’s charity, City Bridge Trust, to boost its London-wide programme for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people.
The Neuroblastoma Children’s Cancer Alliance (NCCA) is holding its inaugural regatta entitled ‘Making Waves for Childhood Cancer’ at Cowes on the Isle of Wight this 3 September to raise £100,000 for the fight against the dangerous childhood cancer neuroblatoma.
Researchers have discovered a previously unknown link between vitamin D and depression in overweight, reproductive women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), suggesting the use of supplements could be used to counter depression in this group.
In partnership with the Journal of Family Health, SAPHNA is delighted to be able to offer eight free day delegate places to the School Nurse International Conference 2015. Find out how to apply for your FREE place here.
Following allergy awareness week we have released this article on hay fever and the advance treatments which are recommended by experts Professor Jean Emberlin, Janette Bartle and Celia Bryant to reduce the severity of hay fever symptoms in children, as well as lessening their risk of developing asthma.
Watch highlights of Antonia Bance's seminar from the first JFHC Professional event of 2015 on how health profesionals can help to keep families safe from domestic abuse.