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Punjab Wants Ban on Advertisements by Doctors

...ctors indulging in such malpractices. Sood asked councils of different schools of medicine to register their respective practitioners again so that it was clearly known how many genuine doctors were practising. This step will also help to know about the unemployed doctors, he said....

Southern England Far Healthier Than the North

...iled by the Government, are designed to help local councils and the Health Service work out where they need to concentrate resources. The figures show men in Kensington and Chelsea live to an average of 82.2 years, well above England's average of 76.9. Women can expect to live to 86.2 years, exceeding t...

Video Game Addiction to Be Termed as a Medical Condition

...ay be addicted, according to data cited in the AMA councils report. There are many people who agree with AMAs stand. Many adults say that video game addiction cost them jobs, family lives and self-esteem. Dr. Michael Brody, head of a TV and media committee at the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psy...

Toddlers to Be Trained to Improve Their Communication Skills

... The charity is by now collaborating with local councils to broaden the scheme to voluntary and private nurseries, potentially capturing more infants. Other than providing training and classroom resources for staff, the agenda includes a counsel service for parents, who will be given instructions on how ...

Local Councils Should Be Responsible for Tackling Health Inequalities

...ckling health inequalities should lie// with local councils rather than with the NHS, argues an expert in this... extra resources could come from acute care. Local councils would then decide whether to transfer it back to the NHS or to use it, for example, to cut the local...

Club and Bar Owners may Sell Laughing Gas at Their Own Risk

...rs of Regulatory Services have begun informing all councils in the United Kingdom about this problem. The councils have been asked to warn the clubs, festival organizers and bars against the sale of nitrous oxide fo...

Social Care for Elders to Be Limited

...ssion for Social Care Inspection//. Accordingly, councils in UK, will be limiting the social care provided ...it rose by 62%. To cope with this, two-thirds of councils only offer support to those with substantial needs. Says Age Concern’s (a charity for elders) dir...

Explosion Of Rat Population Poses Health Threat In UK

...ed Kingdom, looked into records from over 30 local councils and concluded that the need to recycle was the major factor. Refuse collecting containers given to residents weren`t big enough or not designed to keep rats and mice away, the survey said. A spokesman for Department for Environment, Food and Rural ...

Government Announces Steps To Promote Ayurvedic Medicine

...edical education. He insisted that various medical councils like Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and Medical Council of India (MCI) need to be more transparent.He added that stringent steps taken in this direction will include making amendments to the Councils' ActDr.Ramdoss feels that India needs t...

Hair-raising issues of hairdressers

...sively reduce the chances getting dermatitis. Most councils up and down the country are enforcing the regulations as we speak, but this mostly takes the form of informing and advising businesses. In extreme circumstances, where employees are leaving disabled or businesses are ignoring advice, they would be pr...

Standards of Home Care for Elderly Needs Change

...et down by under-pressure staff and over-stretched councils who are not providing the care they need." A Department of Health spokesman said: "There have been many changes for the better but there remain issues of poor quality and reliability that we have to get right in the delivery of home care services."...

RMIF Boost a Boon for Rural Health

...l facilities that are established and run by rural councils or other rural stakeholder and community groups are an attractive alternative. “They offer many advantages to doctors seeking short to medium-term work in rural areas, and can also encourage more doctors to practise in the bush for the long haul. ...

India Launches A Massive Campaign Against HIV/AIDS In Rural Areas

...Aids education in schools. Currently the village councils manage rural development plans, community services, and public health and family welfare. Explaining that the council members usually belong to the village and have direct access to all the families in their area, the officials are of the opinion tha...

Vulnerable Suffer As NHS Budgets

...e are suffering due to cuts in NHS expenditure, as councils struggle to deal with the situation, a study says....ing patients to other services has pressurized the councils tremendously. Local authorities, in turn, are taking more time to carry out social care assessment...

Recycling Boxes Are Too Heavy And Could Cause Injuries

...h was compiled after a three-month study said that councils could be sued by people asking them to move the boxes. "Local authorities are concerned. The HSE carries a lot of weight in courts and tribunals," said Lee Marshall, the chairman of the Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committees. The Health and ...

Medical councils Claim Lack Of Funds For The New Medical Policy Of The Elderly

...versies over serious lack of funding. Many medical councils are alleging that they have already run out of mon... The authorities from the Executive claim that the councils should be able to budget so as to provide free personal care. Mike Rumbles, the Liberal Democrat h...

Court Dismisses 143-Crore Claim Against Hospital In Kolkata For Alleged Negligence In Treatment

...ision Saha said that the corrupt nature of medical councils were well known, but he questioned the need for the consumer courts when the decision of the medical council is considered unbreakable....

A Boy Undergoing Treatment For Cancer Gets AIDS At AIIMS

...ravenous drug. He strongly asked as to whether the councils meant that the nine-year-old boy was on drugs. According to Anand Grover, boy's advocate the boy was diagnosed with cancer after the Pokhran blasts. They explained that the boy's father works with the BSF and was posted at the border during that ...

Hospitals Facing Huge Losses From Healthy Patients Yet To Discharge

...as been collecting a fine of £100 per day from the councils if they fail to organise care for patients well enough to leave hospital. Hampshire County Council was fined £120,000 last year for bed blocking by the Winchester and Eastleigh Healthcare NHS Trust, which runs the hospital. Hampshire County Council s...

Elders in Scotland Inappropriately Charged For Free Food

...e should be delivered free of cost. The thirteen councils that have been blamed for doing so are currently i...is high time that the officials educate individual councils regarding interpretation of the guidance. They should be alerted about the purpose of such a service...

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