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Hospital Trust Fined £100,000 after Patient Deat

...or house officers nationally since August 2002 and internally at the trust there were now better mechanisms for improved staff relationships and liaison. This included thorough and consistent ward rounds or advice seven days a week by senior doctors. The court was told that the trust had an excellent reputa...

"Daydreaming" Network Fails In Autism

...tion in the autism group is indicative of abnormal internally directed processes at rest, which may be an important contribution to the social and emotional deficits of autism," the researchers wrote. Commenting on the study, Richard Mills, director of research for the National Autistic Society and Research A...

Dangers Lurking in Soft, Cuddly Toys

...safety limits of the heavy metal contents in toys, internally manufactured or those imported, the issue of safety is left largely up to the manufacturers' discretion and judgment, the report states. "Since a large number of toys are imported into India, cheaply, or are made in the informal sector, with little...

Sentry Enzyme Blocks Two Paths to Parkinson’s Diseas

...caused by either externally provoked cell death or internally initiated //suicide when the molecule that normally prevents these fatal alternatives is missing, according to studies in mouse models by investigators at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Parkinson’s disease is a disease in which nerve cells...

AMA Urges Government To Amend Aged Care Legislation

...stead, the AMA recommends that aged care providers internally record and investigate all episodes of resident-on-resident and resident-on-staff abuse as part of a comprehensive risk management strategy. “This strategy would include behaviour management plans and staff training and education, and should be in...

Abuse of the Disabled in Government Run Homes

...sented to sex, police say. The review, conducted internally by the department, found that the main cause of critical incidents was a decision by the department in 2004 to abolish house managers at group homes and instead use an "off-site management model" that involved managers taking responsibility for up to...

Toolkit to Assess Reproductive Health Needs of Displaced Women

...C). About 80 percent of the world's refugees and internally displaced people are women and children. The new toolkit, Reproductive Health Assessment Toolkit for Conflict- Affected Women, is the response of the CDC's Division of Reproductive Health (DRH) to the ongoing need for resources that assist health, me...

Human Trafficking Booming in Eastern Europe, but Governments Dont Seem to Care

... and Austria. Girls and young women are trafficked internally from rural areas to Chisinau. The small breakaway region of Transnistria in eastern Moldova is outside the central government's control and remains a significant source and transit area for trafficking in persons. When concerned non-governmental ...

Insecurity Jepardising WFP Initiatives in Western Afghanistan

...butions to many of the poor families, children and internally displaced people living in those areas," said Rick Corsino, Country Director for WFP Afghanistan. "We continue to work with Government authorities at central, provincial and district level, as well as our own transporters, to enable deliveries to ...

One Fifth of Timor Needs Food Assistance: UN Report

...ted by crop failure, Timor also has nearly 100,000 internally displaced people living in Dili or with relatives in the districts as a result of the political crisis that began in 2006. The IDP households have been supported with food assistance since May 2006. n view of the needs in Timor, UN agencies will be ...

Hot Tips for Keeping Your PC Cool in Summer

...prevent proper airflow. A dusty PC will get hotter internally - and generate more heat externally - than a PC that's relatively dust free. Use common sense when removing dust from the computer. Turn if off and unplug it first, and try not to directly touch any sensitive electrical components within. Finally, ...

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