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Technology Can Help Fight Health Care Costs

...ould probably take a few years before they see any return on that investment. 250 leaders from business, the health insurance industry and others in health care in a 2006 Commonwealth Fund survey ranked the use of health care information technology use as a top priority to combat high health care costs. Ac...

Healthcare Worker Arrested For Administering Noxious Substances

... the hospital premises but was released on bail to return on Wednesday, 17 May. The woman, who is hailing from Cambridge is also been suspended by the hospital. A Cambridgeshire police spokesman said that the woman was arrested at Addenbrooke's. Then she was later taken to Parkside police station in Cambr...

Instrument to reveal Information about Ozone Loss

... process known as denitrification, which slows the return of chlorine to its inactive form and allows for ozone destruction to continue. H?pfner and fellow scientists were able to explain the sudden NAT formation of PSCs in 2003 by temperature disturbances in waves over the Antarctic Peninsula and the Ell...

Silicone Leaks Seen Among Women with Breast Implants

...silicone breast implants. Two makers are trying to return the implants to general use. Researchers said that they studied samples from 16 women who had implants for about 14 years on average and compared them with five women who had no implants. Platinum in nails, hair, urine and breast milk was higher in w...

An infected worker of as sandwich chain spreads it!

...who have been sick with a stomach virus should not return to work until they have been well for at least a day and the new Michigan rules stipulate that sick workers stay home for 48 to 72 hours after their symptoms end. All this is to save people from contracting and spreading infections....

Men Unaware of Fertility Status After Vasectomy

...ossible to improve full compliance among those who return for at least one test by simplifying the follow-up tests in line with current medical evidence and making sure that this is backed up by adequate counselling. However, it is very important to stress that couples need to use additional contraception u...

Boca Recalls Insulin Syringe Product Due To Contamination

...t lot 5GEXI, have been requested to stop usage and return the specific product. Even the wholesalers were advised to stop retail and return the product lot to Boca Medical Products Inc, 3550 NW 126th Ave, Corals Springs, FL 33065. Attention...

Reverse Heart Transplant Surgery On A Little Girl Makes History

...e procedure went so well that the girl was able to return home within five days instead of being in intensive for months, as she feared. She said that nobody thought she would be like she is now. She is just enjoying her life and is looking forward to going back school after Easter, she said. br>...

A Unique Technique To Visualize How The heart functions Developed

...vals, the time that it takes a depolarised cell to return to its repolarized state on animal models. They explain that it is widely accepted that structural abnormalities of potassium channels are often associated with a hereditary condition called Long QT Syndrome, which affects between 5,000 and 10,000 pe...

NHS Medics at the Receiving End

...ge in rules is an absolute betrayal. Many will now return home with debt but no diploma, no qualifications." The British Medical Association, the professional association for doctors, has blamed the government for altering the rules with scant regard of its repercussions on the trainee lot. An estimated 900...

Libyan HIV retrial in May

... Benghazi in the 1990s. "The Bulgarian nurses will return home by the end of September, if not earlier," Mr Chaushev of the Bulgarian foreign ministry said. The six were sentenced to death by firing squad in May 2004 for infecting 426 children with the HIV virus. About 50 of the children have since died. ...

Brachytherapy Shows Promise for Cancer Treatment

...nts usually have very few restrictions. They often return to their normal activities in a short time. Temporary implants can be left inside the person’s body for several minutes, hours, or days. The person who receives the brachytherapy must take precautions however, especially when around children or pre...

Male Contraceptives-Soon to be Reliable and Reversible

...ethods can all expect that their sperm output will return back to normal fertility levels. According to Liu ‘This means that these hormonal methods are reversible.’ The study co-author Dr. Christina Wang, a professor of medicine at the General Clinical Research Center, Los Angeles Biomedical Research Inst...

Angelina Jolie Opts To Back For Global Education For Poor Children

...ady agreed to sell People Magazine the pictures in return for a $3.5 million contribution to UNICEF. --Edited IANS...

A New Study Shows That A Hormone Could Lead To Weight Loss

...days and others saline. Volunteers were asked to return on the fourth day to have their energy expenditure and food intake measured. It was found that after the first meal volunteers ate on average 128 kcal or 17.4% less, while energy expenditure increased by 143 kcals or by more than a quarter. The team ...

Chronic shortage of GPs in Australia, Need for Immediate Intervention

...5 per cent increase in training intakes would only return the GP workforce to its 2001 level by 2012. The previous boom in medical workforce supply, in the 1970s, was followed by a ‘bust’, which saw strict limits placed on medical student numbers and GP training program intakes. A smoother progression of wo...

Study Shows That Women Need To Be Explained About The Smear Test

...ady has cancer.In the majority of cases, the cells return to normal in a few months without treatment. The doctors could check on the woman through a follow-up smear. Martin Ledwick, cancer nurse manager at Cancer Research UK, said that a woman treated for abnormal cells rarely goes on to develop cervical ...

Soldier of Revenge

...nd Kashmir, vanished from the scene. "I will not return to my village," Rajinder told IANS at the hospital, weeping and wiping his tears. "I have no one to take care of me. I don't want to be a teacher. I want to be a soldier. I want to kill those terrorists." Jagdish Kumar Bhagat, the village headman, ...

A mother at 63: oldest in UK!

...and security he needs. We will therefore welcome a return to an undisturbed family life, in order that the well-being of both mother and child may continue to be promoted. We have greatly valued the warm support shown to us by family, friends and colleagues." The Italian doctor Severino Antinori, who runs ...

Centralization of Hospital Services Inconveniencing Patients

...dy have meant that many patients faced a four-hour return journey. Mr Kerr has suggested that new regional transport partnerships should consider these issues. Sympathising with the complaints of the campaigners, Mr Kerr also mentioned the inconvenience caused by two walk-in clinics being built at Stobhil...

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