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To help paint a picture of the different types of care this Carers Week, we’ve spoken to a number of different individuals that all provide care in different capacities.
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Kare Plus Durham recently achieved a Living Wage Foundation accreditation for their commitment to paying staff inline with the national standard.
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The Benjamin Foundation www.benjaminfoundation.co.uk is celebrating its 25th birthday this year. They do...
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National Dementia Carers Day

Friday, September 7th, 2018
Now in its fourth year, National Dementia Carers Day will take place on the 9th of September 2018. The day aims to highlight the huge number of informal and family carers who provide innovative and compassionate support for relatives with dementia every day.
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4 Quick and easy snacks for healthcare workers

Tuesday, February 27th, 2018
We crave sugar when we need an energy boost. However, a lot of sugars we eat don’t provide us with the slow release energy our bodies require. Here are our four top quick and easy snacks to keep you on your feet.
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A new breakthrough cancer treatment has been given given approval for use in the USA
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A recent study found dementia causing proteins in the brains of chimps.
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A new type of laser treatment could see memories returned to those living with dementia.
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A specially designed harness controlled by artificial intelligence is helping stroke patients learn to walk again
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The youngest ever recipient of a double hand transplant recently played baseball for the first time in his life!
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Stressful experiences linked to dementia

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017
Scientists have found a link between stressful life events and an increased risk of dementia - read the blog to find out more
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New research could potentially lead to a cure that permanently stops allergic reactions.
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Mattel are using Barbie and YouTube to talk to children and teenagers about dealing with depression.
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Alzheimer's could soon be treated through a special ultrasound scan
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The classic video game Tetris has been proven to help reduce the chances of developing PTSD after an accident.
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The classic children's TV show will introduce a new autistic character during an upcoming episode.
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Children that spend more time in front of the television are at a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes later in life.
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Virgin plan to offer autism friendly holidays

Friday, February 17th, 2017
Virgin will soon offer autism friendly flights and holiday destinations to its customers.
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Alzheimer's Society have launched a new service aimed at matching volunteers with those diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
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Scientists have built Artificial Intelligence capable of distinguishing the different forms of skin cancer, it is hoped that this could result in more streamlined tests.
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Each year the Cavell Nurses' Trust awards students with funding for a trip to study abroad, have you entered yet?
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A new study has found that a third of all autism cases are caused by one protein, marking a considerable step forward for research.
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Nursing is now the most trusted profession in the United Kingdom, according to a new study.
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A new study involving the hormone testosterone may hold the key to beating prostate cancer.
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A new specially designed game may reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer's by half.
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A game designed to collect Dementia research reaches the six month mark and 2.5 million players
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Santa forgets Christmas in the new Alzheimer's Research UK advert featuring Stephen Fry
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New scientific research has managed to return the partial use of a paralysed monkey's leg
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A new university led study hopes to help children with autism by educating their parents.
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HIV may be curable in the near future thanks to a new set of experiments conducted by several universities
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Level 2 heat warning issued across the UK

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016
The UK is expecting a heatwave this week, so make sure you're prepared.
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Do you #LoveToNurse ?

Friday, September 9th, 2016
We want to hear from nurses across the country, why do you #lovetonurse ?
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New test could revolutionise cancer diagnostics

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016
A new test could revolutionise the way a rare cancer is diagnosed, with the potential to help diagnose other forms of cancer.
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Alzheimer's affects over 850,000 people in the United Kingdom, but it could soon be cured thanks to a new drug.
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A new eye test could lead to early Parkinson's diagnosis, potentially making the disease more manageable.
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A drug commonly used for menstruation pain may hold information on curing Alzheimer's disease.
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Two years ago the Ice Bucket campaign swept the world; people were throwing Icy cold water down themselves for the sake...
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Healthcare professional in the Sussex area? Want to pick up extra shifts and earn more money? The whole Kare Plus...
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New research has discovered the deletion of certain underused brain cells throughout life contributes to the onset of...
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In the first ever study of its kind, two English universities have earned themselves top ten spots in the world for...
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Epilepsy was high on the agenda at this year’s RCM Awards with two of the national trophies going to those who...
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The NMC has announced its registration fee will be payable in quarterly instalments and be partially refunded if nurses...
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Nurse and midwives who admit to mistakes they have made during practice will be given less severe sanctions when their...
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NHS England is set to revive its workforce with a £600m pot of funding to improve the health and wellbeing of its...
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Thousands of carers needed for disabled

Monday, February 22nd, 2016
In order to fulfill the NHS’ Transforming Care program, an extra 10,000 trained learning disability carers are...
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A new GP service in Southend is to be rolled out in April that will only treat elderly patients in care homes. Similar...
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Britain’s spending on healthcare is now amongst the bottom 3 of the EU’s original members, meaning...
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How would you feel if you were asked to take longer unpaid breaks each shift, when you already have to work for free...
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Student Nurse Bursary: What is going on?

Wednesday, January 13th, 2016
Debates regarding scrapping the student nurse bursary have been bubbling away for quite some time now, but over the...
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Cure for Alzheimer’s one step closer

Monday, January 11th, 2016
A cure for Alzheimer’s has become one step closer following a breakthrough treatment that has reduced...
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