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Asia Must Overcome HIV Stigma, Say Research Chiefs

... and keep it under control, international research chiefs say. Speaking ahead of an international conference of 5,000 HIV/AIDS researchers in Sydney next week, America's top expert Anthony Fauci and his Australian counterpart David Cooper said HIV remained a major public health risk in Asia. Fauci said...

UK Nurses Complain of Stress, One Quits After Screaming at Heart Attack Patient

...s in front of all the other patients...." Hospital chiefs gave Mark a written apology and told the nurse she was guilty of gross misconduct. She then resigned. Mark's wife Rebecca, 40, said: "The treatment he received was atrocious and it gets me angry just thinking about it." But then 70 per cent of nurs...

Expand the Role of Paramedics to Ensure Future of EMS in Canada

Toronto - A lucid vision statement enabled by the chiefs of Emergency medical services has underlined the need for enhancement of community based healthcare, which will// result in reduction of healthcare costs as well as ensure the future of paramedical services in Canada. Group president Bruce Farr exp...

The Outbreak of Pneumonia In Vancouver Under Control

...t of medicine for Northern Health, warned hospital chiefs of staff that the Vancouver outbreak was severely limiting the availability of ICU beds. "At the present time, ICU resources across the province are at or near full capacity," he wrote. About seven teams comprising of two dozen nurses and volunte...

Britain Faces Aids Epidemic

...Britain. The HPA compiled a report after health chiefs realised that immigration had doubled from 300,000 in 1995 to 600,000 in 2004. Even two years after immigrating into the UK, many fail to get help 'despite showing symptoms of illness'. This creates the danger of a viral explosion in some areas. '...

Threat of Cervical Cancer Unknown to Most Women

...oyal College of Physicians in Dublin warned health chiefs and politicians that about 25% of Irish women wrongly believe that cervical cancer cannot be prevented. In addition the seminar also claimed that only one in five women are aware of the HPV virus and just 5% of women know that it causes cervical can...

Inordinately Long Waiting Times at A&E Infirmary

... news has only added salt to the wound of hospital chiefs who face mounting criticism over cleaning procedures at the ERI following its branding as one of the dirtiest hospitals in the country earlier this week. Recent figures have shown that more than a third of patients attending A&E spend over four hour...

A new deal for childcare services given go-ahead

...l Alexandra Hospital(RAH) in Paisley. The health chiefs decided this at a meeting of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde health board. This will make the ill children at Inverclyde to travel to Paisley for treatment. According to them only a small number of patients will be affected by the closure of the acut...

South Africans Turn to Natural Remedies for Treating Erectile Dysfunction

...rs jealously guard the trees and only local tribal chiefs have authority to sell the crushed roots, the newspaper said. Many of the trees in and around the area's Brackenridge Nature Reserve have, however, been mutilated or are dying, it said. Village elders warn of the dangers of the tree's powers, rec...

All State Run Schools Are To Ban Whole Milk To Children

...s immediately questioned the decision and industry chiefs have asked Mr Johnson to think again. The National Farmers Union felt that it was a matter for dairy processors and so did not affect farmers. But some of them like Derek Mead, a dairy farmer for 50 years, and the Somerset delegate on the NFU counc...

Official Criticized For Not Recognizing the Competence of the Consultant Radiologist

...ut concerns were expressed by Department of Health chiefs about the consultant receiving extra money for his work. But the hospital authorities made his payment and also reduced his workload. The shock findings emerged from a major report, prompted by concerns raised by clinical staff in Antrim Area Hospita...

Red Cross Says Fund Boost and Awareness Are the Main Ingredients to Fight AIDS

...ucing the stigma around AIDS and discrimination by chiefs and other influential leaders thereby creating awareness among the people and paving the way to a world sans the deadly disease....

Relapse in Risk Management System Claims the Life of Robertson

...ish Executive, NHS Greater Glasgow and social work chiefs in Glasgow. Smith, 46, had suffered mental problems since 1991. He was jailed for life in Glasgow in November after he admitted the homicide of Mr Robertson. He had killed Mr Robertson, who also had a history of mental illness, by bludgeoning him t...

Rural Doctors In UP Annoyed Over Attendance Issue

... community health centres with the help of village chiefs or other local officials. The decision follows t...d by illiterate village heads or block development chiefs would be extremely humiliating. He added: If the order is not withdrawn within the next three days...

Will Baby Jabs Play Truant? NHS Says “No”, Alternate Systems in Plae

Health chiefs have said “negative” to allegations that a perceived problem with the computer system managed by a private set up, will upset the immunization// schedule of thousands of babies and young children. This system was initiated as part of the Health IT ...

NHS Says Government Advice Behind Refusal of Cancer Drug

NHS chiefs have informed a court that they took the advice of...rceptin to a mother of three children. Swindon NHS chiefs said that the denial of the drug to Ann Marie Rogers was issued after taking advice from their super...

Unscrupulous Chinese Medicine traders putting lives at risk

...ng in popularity, is largely unregulated. Health chiefs say 67 in Britain are being investigated, and three prosecuted for selling illegal remedies. One woman lost her kidneys after taking herbal medicine for the skin complaint eczema, while a man has a major heart condition after being given banned slim...

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