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Two doctors suspended for wrong brain surgery

...cles both in India and the United States. Though a hefty compensation was paid and the matter hushed up, the unfortunate mother of the superstar didn’t recover from the blotched surgeryand the subsequent corrective surgeries that followed. While it isn’t proper to become cynical and pass censures against ...

Clampdown On Fake Drugs Manufacturers In India – New Bill Enacte

...e and would result in 10 years of imprisonment and hefty penalties. The Bill proposes to enhance the period of imprisonment for manufacture or sale of spurious drugs for a term which shall not be less than ten years, which may be extended to imprisonment for life and a fine of ten lakh rupees or three tim...

Fraudulent Foreign Doctors Practising In Cambodia

... clinic in Phnom Penh, Cambodia//. She is facing hefty fines and a potential jail sentence after being accused of falsely claiming to be a highly qualified medical expert. Her hospital mainly treats tourists. The Health Ministry's deputy director general for health, Chi Mean Hea, said that the officers h...

Gamble for money, but casino workers gamble with their health!

...ey will see not only poorly motivated workers, but hefty damages claims too. The biggest response by far to our study came from Glasgow, which is another reason why we hope this sector gets its house in order before the government decides where Britain's first super-sized casino is to be based." As a res...

Kerala Medical College Demanding NRI Quota Admission Fees

...student leader, said: "We do not subscribe to such hefty fees, and our policies are quite clear. We will launch an agitation against this action." There are 70 engineering and eight medical colleges in the self-financing sector in the state. These colleges have about 10,000 seats for engineering and 800 ...

Popular TV Star Making Film On Real Life New York Nightclub

...ich treats people like celebrities in return for a hefty fee. According to contactmusic.com, Partybuddys ...inly out-of-town businessmen, who are ready to pay hefty fees. The hosts help them get into VIP rooms and they are treated like celebrities. Roefaro says t...

Assam Government to Invest Rs. 60 bn to Improve Healthcare Industry

...young specialist doctors and trained nurses with a hefty pay package. "We shall recruit doctors with post-graduate degrees and pay them Rs.30,000 a month, besides trained nurses on a monthly pay scale of Rs.7,000," Sarma said. "I am sure not many private hospitals would be able to match our salary stru...

Binge eating extremely common in restaurants

...te.In the United States, it has been observed that hefty portion sizes, bingeing on fast food, eating out often and an inactive lifestyle, are major triggers for obesity. But little is known about the restaurant eating habits of those who binge eat, (the uncontrolled consumption of large amounts of food ...

Kerala nurses for Maldives hospitals

...ntrolled by agents who make a killing by demanding hefty charges. ODEPC has been made to lie dormant by these agents. While recruitment agents charge more than Rs.100,000 as charges from a nurse bound for the Middle East, ODEPC collects a very nominal fee. ODEPC is also to get busy recruiting nurses fo...

General Practitioners' 'pay' In the News !

...fit for improving the quality of patient care. A hefty percentage of GPs' earnings are now connected to the quality of care they offer to their patients. Dr Hamish Meldrum, of the British Medical Association said, "We invested extra funding in GP services in good faith both to improve services and reward...

Massive Booking For China's First-Ever 'Five-Star' Hospital

... karaoke bars for visitors. But luxury comes at a hefty price. The cheapest room is at 40,000 yuan (about $5,000) a month while the luxury suite charges nearly 10,000 yuan (about $1,250) a day. The two-storey suite has separate bedrooms for the new mother, baby and babysitter as well as a kitchen and a k...

Flood of Fake Drugs Must Be Stopped, Warns UN

...counterfeit drug market is estimated to be worth a hefty $75bn (€57.3bn) globally by 2010. The difficulty to monitor the spread of fake drugs is that counterfeit medicines are easy to manufacture – they look like genuine drugs in packaging and labelling. According to the INCB report, another problem is...

Drink-drivers Not Influenced by Ads Unless It Affects Them Personally

..., he loses his licence for a year and has to pay a hefty fine. He also loses a job that depends on being able to drive, and probably his girlfriend. The departments researchers tested responses to various drink-drive advertisements. We changed our tactics because we realised it was harder to appeal t...

Frustrated With Fad Diets One Man Sets Out to Weed Through The Jungle of Plans

...ocated online. Explains Big John in regards to his hefty challenge. Users can keep up to date with the results by simply signing up for Big Johns newsletter at TheDietVideos.com. Further users will receive several e-books on diet and nutrition as a bonus for signing up to the newsletter. My goal is to ...

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