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  • 9 June, 2008
    The NHS must do mare to help people with the greatest need for health care.
  • 9 June, 2008
    A neonaral screening unit at is done as part of the 'heel the Birmingham Hospital was opened last monrh by the Bishop of Birmingham Rt Reverend Dr John Senramu.
  • 9 June, 2008
    Maternity care at the Princess Royal Hospital may be reorganised, because of a shortage of neonatal medical practitioners.
  • 9 June, 2008
    The Department of Health (DH) is seeking to raise cleanliness standards in NHS facilities in a bid to beat the spread of so-called 'superbugs', such as methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
  • 9 June, 2008
    According to UNICEFUK's findings, women in England are not given as much support breastfeeding as those in the rest of the UK.The charity highlights the importance of Baby Friendly accreditation.
  • 9 June, 2008
    The Medical Research Council is backing a new study to find out more about the role of environmental risks in the development of autism and autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
  • 9 June, 2008
    It has been confirmed that maternity services in Malmesbury and Devizes are to close.
  • 9 June, 2008
    The chief nursing officer (CNO) for England Sarah Mullally has stated that midwives, nurses, and health visitors play a key role in children and young people’s services and their contribution is highly valued.
  • 9 June, 2008
    A £200million maternity and children’s hospital in Leeds is among 15 new hospital projects recently revealed by the Department of Health (DH).
  • 9 June, 2008
    Despite progress there is still a hard core of employers opposed to maternity rights.
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