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Thirty percent of nurses distressed with verbal and physical abuse

...lated from questionnaires sent to the 6,326 nurses registered with the Nursing Board of Tasmania in late 2002. T...inic, but when this was adjusted for the number of registered nurses actually working during this period, the figure was nearer 55 percent. "The present finding...

AMA Urges Organ Donors to Speak Up

...er, healthier life,” Dr Haikewal said. Himself a registered organ and tissue donor, Dr Haikerwal said most Australians would happily donate their organs but most just don’t get around to making their wishes known – leaving it to distraught relatives to make tough decisions in the event of an accident or other...

Technology-enabled diagnosis by overseas radiologists

...his decision, as the overseas radiologists are not registered under the New Zealand Medical Council. The boa...endently checked the US database to check they are registered ... " But Medical Council chairman Dr John Campbell said: "Our preferred position is the person i...

Overseas dentists joining NHS on a high

...t there is a 2.4% increase in the number of people registered with an NHS dentist from 2005. In other words, half a million more people have registered this year. 45% of adults and 64% of children were registered with an NHS dentist. The number of tr...

Easing Kids into the Basics of Back to School

...bout a month of school. Dawn Jackson Blatner, a registered dietician at the Northwestern Memorial Wellness In...ious with 'ants-on-a-log.' MaryKate Harrison, a registered dietician and spokesperson for the School Nutrition Association said that at the school cafeteria, k...

"Tarakeswar Alu"- buy potatoes online !!

...be able to store the potatoes in the cold storages registered by the government and take delivery as and when required. MCX is a joint venture of the Financial Technologies (I) Ltd., State Bank of India and its associates, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), National Stock Exchange...

Delhi Police Quiz Suspects In Girl's Kidnapping

... escaped in Connaught Place on Friday//. "We have registered a case of kidnapping and have questioned seven suspects. But we are yet to arrest anyone," said Rameshwar Khatri, the station house officer of Gandhi Nagar in east Delhi. "The girl had named one Amaan as the prime accused but she does not have any d...

Higher Lead Content Causes Recall of Toys

... levels of lead. A recent test on the sample toy registered a lead paint content of 0.277 percent against the allowed limit of 0.06 percent leading to the recall of the toys. Highsmith Inc., from which Wisconsin public libraries purchased more than 7,000 bendable cat and dog toys, has discontinued sale of...

Exercise Important in Reducing Size of Abdominal Fat Cells

...or their lunch and supper, which was selected by a registered dietician. Body size and weight, as well as total fat and abdominal fat cell size were measured both before and after the 20-week study period. The results showed that all groups lowered their fat mass, body weight (by 19 to 23 pounds), percent fat, ...

Eye Stolen from Body Kept in Bhilai Hospital Mortuary

...im at Bhilai Hospital mortuary Friday. Police have registered an FIR and have interrogated hospital authorities," Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Rajesh Mishra told IANS over telephone. He stated that hospital authorities had informed the police that the deceased had no injury on both his eyes when the ...

Adherence to Dietary Recommendations Measured

... in patient counseling and nutrition research, and registered dietitians often use "estimation aids" like rulers to assist their clients in determining how much they are eating. But many foods that are high in sugar, calories and saturated fats – such as cake, pie and pizza – often are served in wedge-shaped pi...

Maimed Conscience and Maimed Beggars (Medical Ethics in India) – Part

...doctors will be arrested immediately. "If they are registered with the IMA then their medical license will be immediately suspended," he said. One of doctors who is a founding member of National Organization of Bio-Medical Ethics and Law (NOBEL) said: ‘If this report is true it is as nauseating as the role of ...

Centre Taking all Steps to Check Chikunguniya

...work together to check the disease. Karnataka has registered the largest number of cases followed by Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh, she said adding that of the 10,611 serum samples sent from affected states to the labs in Pune and Delhi, 992 were confirmed cases of chikungunya. In Andhra Pradesh the number o...

China Bans Illegal Stem Cell Collection, Transplantation

...ral blood stem cells or stem cells, must be legal, registered sources that can be traced. The regulations aim to strengthen the management of stem cell collection and medical security, the ministry said. The regulations also forbid disclosing stem cell donor data. Stem cells, which are the body's master cells...

Monsoon Related Diseases On The Rise In Mumbai

...also reports of a huge number of cases having been registered in private hospitals. Jairaj Thanekar, the Executive Health Officer has said that only eight people had died between Wednesday and Thursday. He has however admitted that there have been more than 40 deaths in the last 15 days alone. He explained th...

New Preventive Strategy to Fight Childhood Obesity

...ntion program is the creation of Megan Canavera, a registered dietician and master's degree candidate in the program of health promotion and education, UC College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services, and her advisor, Manoj Sharma, associate professor of health promotion and education. The UC r...

Free Medical Care for Residents of San Francisco

...linics, public hospitals and from doctors who have registered with the HMO for low- and middle-income clients. Those companies that already offer health coverage would need to pay extra money in order to meet the city's funding levels....

Pharmaceuticals May not Pose Major Aquatic Environmental Risks

...al drugs, veterinary drugs, and disinfectants, are registered on Health Canada’s Drug Product Database. None of these pharmaceuticals is absorbed entirely by the body; they often leave through urine and fecal matter. Then, domestic waste streams carry the excreted drugs to municipal wastewater treatment plant...

Over Five Million Illegal Abortions In India Every Year

... of the Delhi government, said only 700 out of the registered 1,800 ultrasound clinics in New Delhi submitted monthly reports mandated under the PNDT (Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques) Act. Bedi urged strong action to curb illegal abortions especially of female foetuses in order to maintain the male-female sex ...

Intermittent Treatment Found Effective In Malaria

...children fell ill. The safety of the treatment was registered with home care assistance after each SP dose, and a blood test was made a month after the second administration to assess the potential toxicity of treatment and the possible hepatic damage. After a temporary follow-up, specialists of the Internation...

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