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Salford patients to get kidney care plansSalford patients to get kidney care...
All adult patients with chronic kidney disease in England are to receive a new personalised system of care, the national director ...
Salford scientists trial device to beat chemo-nauseaSalford scientists trial device to beat...
Trials to test acupressure wrist bands as a drug-free alternative for chemotherapy-related nausea are to take place at the Univers...
Financial Crisis Hurting Wallets... and StomachsFinancial Crisis Hurting Wallets... and Stomachs
During the current economic crisis, many people who have lost money have also found themselves feeling physically sick to their st...
World Sleep Day: Lundbeck Announces Results of New Sleep SurveyWorld Sleep Day: Lundbeck Announces Results...
Lundbeck announced the results of a new sleep survey of 6,694 Europeans (aged 18+) across seven countries to mark the second annua...
NHS TVNHS TV
Great resource for videos giving an inside look into people using the NHS. Julie became a full-time carer when her husband and ...
World Kidney Day: Roche's 'Kidnerelli Detectives' Help Raise Awareness of Chronic Kidney DiseaseWorld Kidney Day: Roche's 'Kidnerelli Detectives'...
Over half a billion people worldwide have some form of kidney damage and the prevalence is increasing. Chronic kidney disease (CKD...
New Advice for the Treatment of Children's Cough and Colds New Advice for the Treatment of...
Royal Pharmaceutical Society gives parents advice and reassurance
One in Three British Women Suffer From Light IncontinenceOne in Three British Women Suffer...
Ulrika Jonsson Celebrity Big Brother Winner Speaks Out About The Great Medical Taboo: Light Adult Incontinence
Baroness Finlay of Llandaff: The dangers of assisted suicideBaroness Finlay of Llandaff: The dangers...
Baroness Finlay of Llandaff, chairwoman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Dying Well, writes for ePolitix.com on why the leg...
Nursing older people - Salford conferenceNursing older people - Salford conference
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) will run a conference on April 1st, but it's no Fools Day. It concerns the treatment of olde...
Music and dancing can help treat Parkinson'sMusic and dancing can help treat...
As a way to help people combat the symptoms of Parkinson 's disease, some treatment facilities in the U.S. are using dance therapy...
'Baby boom' carpenters at greatest risk of developing asbestos related cancer'Baby boom' carpenters at greatest risk...
One in 17 British carpenters born in the 1940s will die of mesothelioma - a cancer of the lining of the lung caused by asbestos - ...
Roche's 'Kidnerelli Detectives' Help Raise Awareness of Chronic Kidney Disease on Upcoming World Kidney Day Roche's 'Kidnerelli Detectives' Help Raise Awareness...
Over half a billion people worldwide have some form of kidney damage and the prevalence is increasing. Chronic kidney disease (CKD...
Salford smokers: stop now and save!Salford smokers: stop now and save!
by Tom Rodgers Quitting smoking is the best thing you can do for your health and your wealth, fact. It'll be a tough battle...
Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2009Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2009
Monday the 23rd February Saturday 28th February Eating disorders are a serious mental illness affecting 1.1 million people i...
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