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Geriatrics Gets Shabby Treatment from Homes and Hospitals

It has been found that elders in hospitals and care homes are not being properly attended to in London. As a result of this, many of them are said to be in hunger// for most of the time. This was disclosed by minister for health Ivan Lewis. Commencing the ‘Dignity for older people’ campaign Mr....

Indian Luxury Hotel Boss Calls for Major City Clean-up

... travel annually to the small Gulf Emirate of Dubai. The reason, he said, was because too many potential tourists are put off by the country's shabby airports, pot-holed roads, frequent power cuts and rubbish-filled cities. "In most cities, people can't get anywhere on time and time is more ...

Cuban Healthcare Delivers, Experts Say

... Hospitals in Cuba are often shabby and badly-lit, and lack equipment and medicines. But the health system built by President Fidel Castro's government has produced results on a par wit...

Military Healthcare Lacks Compassion, Say US Soldiers

...hospital forever. His pain was so intense that he would often ask me why we did not let him die in the first place.” Following media reports over shabby treatment of soldiers at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, an independent panel had charged that money woes and neglect at the highes...
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Sprecher Brewing unveils award-winning digital office

...p.'s and Entrepreneur magazine's office makeover contest. The makeover let Sprecher Brewing ditch its dark-paneled walls, unproductive printers and shabby chairs at its suburban Milwaukee facility. It now boasts state-of-the-art Xerox document systems, colorful and comfortable interiors designed by Thom ...
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