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NHSs Golden Handshake Shocks People

...op of that organization. This change came in the wake of a major shake up in the health services last year. The shakes up saw Peterborough PCT replace the Greater Peterborough Primary Care Partnership (GPPCP), which was made up of two trusts covering the north and south of the city. The Government pla...

Replacement Drivers Lend a Helping Hand to the Drunk and Stranded in Korea

...n neighborhood. Then there are those who refuse to wake up. Drivers often are forced to shuffle through the customers wallet to look for a home address. (Complaints of theft are not uncommon.) Or they check a cellphone to find a home telephone number. If the customer is very drunk, I make sure I get his...

New Delhis Apollo Hospital Treats More Than 80 Iraqis

...ffered free treatment to Pakistani children in the wake of the trust steps between the two countries initiated by their leadership since 2003....

Additives in Baby Products Raise Fresh Concerns in New Zealand

...roduct from the market. This warning comes in the wake of the last months recall of Chinese tooth paste containing a chemical used in anti-freeze. These incidents have exposed the laxity of the safety regime officials. Ultimately the consumers themselves have to take precautions like reading the labels...

Indian, Iraqi Medics may Face Terror Stigma Overseas

... Jordanians and Iraqis, will face prejudice in the wake of the June 29 and 30 failed bomb attacks in London and Glasgow. According to the medical journal Lancet, there is a danger of such incidents being used as an excuse to discriminate against overseas doctors who are a part of the United Kingdoms Na...

Advanced Cancer Patients Have Sleep Disorders

...s the first comprehensive description of sleep and wake patterns of cancer patients using continuous polysomnography (PSG) data, deemed the gold standard in objective physiological measurement of sleep. It involved 114 advanced cancer patients with an average age of 51.1 years. Study patients underwent co...

Bush Again Vetoes Embryonic Stem Cell Research Bill

...unds for research with embryonic stem cells in the wake of Bush's previous veto....

Should Doctors Go to Patients Funerals?

...d person extends to caring for their family in the wake of their death, they say. Being present at a funeral service can pave the way for the family to have an opportunity to talk about their experiences surrounding the death. They acknowledge that regular funeral attendance will not fit all doctors. ...

More Women Medical Graduates Than Men

...workforce is changing rapidly and the NHS needs to wake up to the needs of its staff. "It's not just the fact that more and more women are entering medicine - all staff should have the right to work-life balance."The government has already taken steps to cut the hours that doctors work. Under the Euro...

BMA Calls for Flexible Working as Number of Women Doctors Swell

...workforce is changing rapidly and the NHS needs to wake up to the needs of its staff. Its not just the fact that more and more women are entering medicine - all staff should have the right to work-life balance. Although the survey was carried out before the MTAS recruitment crisis blew up, it shows that...

Street-protesting Polish Nurses Threaten to Stay Put

...ite the government headquarters on June 19, in the wake of a demonstration by 4,500 medical workers. They have informed Warsaw city hall that they plan to keep up the high-profile protest until August 15, unless they get a hearing, said Halina Teplinska, an official of the OZZPP nurses' union, quoted by...

National TV Promotion Triples Calls to Smoking Cessation Hotline

...smoking-cessation hotline more than tripled in the wake of news anchor Peter Jennings death from lung cancer. Its not enough just to build a (smoking cessation) service. You also have to advertise it, said Erik Augustson, a behavioral scientist with the National Cancer Institutes Tobacco Control Researc...

Reduction in Nicotine Craving Predicts Ability to Quit

...Dependence, which asks smokers how soon after they wake up do they smoke; do they find it difficult to refrain from smoking in places where it is forbidden; which cigarette do they most hate to give up; how many cigarettes do they smoke daily; is smoking more frequent earlier in the day after waking; and ...

Nature Unleashes Terror Across America

...southern Georgia for three whole weeks now, in its wake scorching 167 square miles of forest and swamp, wet storms across the Southeast are currently churning the sea and have flooded Missouri, forcing many to abandon their homes. Smoke-filled air created a burning smell and a dusting of ashes that coa...

Drug Risks Must Be Balanced Against Benefits, Researchers

...us drugs could be increasing, especially so in the wake of some high profile recalls like Vioxx, the osteoarthritis drug. But dont throw the baby with bathwater, advise Boston researchers at the Tufts-New England Medical Center. In an analysis appearing in the May/June issue of Health Affairs, resear...

Mumps Breaks Out In Canada

...e latest outbreak of five people in Ontario in the wake of 222 cases in Nova Scotia has put health officials in top alert. Public-health officials are now debating whether they need to administer a booster shot, as the latest attacks prove that those vaccinated years ago are getting infected once more. ...

Extremist Christian Preacher Dies of Heart Problems

... was embarrassed when Falwell famously said in the wake of September 11, the pagans, and the abortionists, and the feminists, and the gays and the lesbians who are actively trying to make that an alternative lifestyle, the ACLU, People for the American Wayall of them who have tried to secularize AmericaI ...

Poisoned Workers of Hindustan Lever Demand Treatment

...ermometer plant at Kodaikanal six years ago in the wake of allegations by environmental activists that it was polluting the environment of the hill station. But workers exposed to mercury poisoning when it was operational are struggling to cope with their shattered lives. They have formed the Ponds Hi...

'wake Up and Breathe' Strategy Allows Patients to Come Off Ventilator Sooner

... sedation and ventilator weaning protocolcalled a wake up and breathe strategyhelps patients come off the...e spontaneous awakening trial (SAT) allows them to wake up, so we can find out if they are ready to proceed without sedation. If the patient is uncomfortabl...

Circadian Clocks Triggered Chemical Reactions may Be Behind Jet Lag

...esponsible for why people get sleepy at night and wake in the morning, sense light through a process that transfers energy from light to chemical reactions in cells, which may be behind jet lag, mental illness, and even some forms of cancer in humans. Circadian clocks in cells respond to differences in ...

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