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Young women skipping the Pap smear test due to embarrassment

The Pap test test is one of the simplest ways to examine young women in cancer of the neck of the uterus. Cervical cancer kills thousands of women and if diagnosed early it can be treated successfully. However, a new problem emerged with the smear test. Many young women are embarrassed by the idea of ​​periodically undergoing a Pap smear …

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Specialist-led hospital bereavement service may help restrain legal action after difficult deaths

Relevant specialist, matron and key to participation in quality control and safety for the approach study authors say The hospital mourning services led by senior doctors and nurses and by the person responsible for quality and safety could help reduce patient complaints and legal action following a difficult death, suggest the results of a pilot study, conducted at a NHS …

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Kids’ asthma cases triple in February

National Council for Asthma Australia is urging pharmacists to ask parents if their children have an action plan updated on asthma and are taking preventive medications For one in nine Australian children living with asthma, returning to school may increase the likelihood of an asthma attack, says the National Asthma Council Australia. Studies in Australia and the United Kingdom have …

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Transporter hit with infringement notice following tick-fever outbreak

Kristy Saul and Chris Knight conduct a cattle inspection at Kempsey Saleyards An outbreak of tick fever threatening cattle herds in the Kendall region of NSW has been successfully managed by the Department of Primary Industries of the NSW (DPI) and North Coast Local Ground Services Since the outbreak, an infringement notice has been issued to a Victorian livestock carrier …

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Anti-vaxxers a ‘threat’ to global health

The World Health Organization published a report stating that people who choose not to vaccinate their children are now considered a "threat to global health". "Vaccine hesitation – the reluctance or refusal to vaccinate despite the availability of vaccines – threatens to reverse the progress made in the fight against vaccine-preventable diseases," says the Organization's website World Health. The report …

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Women will be told not to be afraid of smear tests in new NHS campaign

Women will be told not to be afraid of smash tests in the new NHS campaign, after shocking figures show that thousands are ignoring cervical cancer screening because they are "too embarrassed" Public Health England's information will launch this March [19659003] There will be announcements on TV and social media designed to increase adoption It arrives after a charity research …

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