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The Times Leader
Landowners’ foundation awards grantsThe Smith-Goshen Rice Enrichment Fund, administered by the Community Foundation
Landowners’ foundation awards grants
The Times Leader / Posted 11 minutes ago
The Smith-Goshen Rice Enrichment Fund, administered by the Community Foundation, was created in 2013 by a group of landowners working in conjunction with Rice Energy in Belmont County as a way to give back to the community. Grants are made from the... Read more
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News.com.au
St John of God Midland mistakes baby’s cancer tumour for leg fractureNaomi Holly with daughter Nora, at Princess Margaret Hospital. Picture: Supplie
St John of God Midland mistakes baby’s cancer tumour for leg fracture
News.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
Naomi Holly with daughter Nora, at Princess Margaret Hospital. Picture: Supplied A CANCEROUS tumour crushing a baby girl’s spine was wrongly treated as a fractured leg at the new St John of God Midland Public Hospital. Nora Holly’s mother fears the... Read more
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Perth Now
Baby’s tumour mistaken for leg fractureNaomi Holly with daughter Nora, at Princess Margaret Hospital. Picture: Supplie
Baby’s tumour mistaken for leg fracture
Perth Now / Posted 4 hours ago
Naomi Holly with daughter Nora, at Princess Margaret Hospital. Picture: Supplied A CANCEROUS tumour crushing a baby girl’s spine was wrongly treated as a fractured leg at the new St John of God Midland Public Hospital. Nora Holly’s mother fears the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Baby’s tumour mistaken for leg fractureNaomi Holly with daughter Nora, at Princess Margaret Hospital. Picture: Supplie
Baby’s tumour mistaken for leg fracture
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 hours ago
Naomi Holly with daughter Nora, at Princess Margaret Hospital. Picture: Supplied A CANCEROUS tumour crushing a baby girl’s spine was wrongly treated as a fractured leg at the new St John of God Midland Public Hospital. Nora Holly’s mother fears the... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Demand growing for mental health care for kidsThe kids are not alright and it's time to fix that. The demand for child and y
Demand growing for mental health care for kids
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 9 hours ago
The kids are not alright and it's time to fix that. The demand for child and youth mental health care has been steadily rising throughout Ontario's health-care system and it's having a direct impact on hospital emergency departments, says a joint... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Demand growing for mental health care for kidsThe kids are not alright and it's time to fix that. The demand for child and y
Demand growing for mental health care for kids
Barrie Examiner / Posted 9 hours ago
The kids are not alright and it's time to fix that. The demand for child and youth mental health care has been steadily rising throughout Ontario's health-care system and it's having a direct impact on hospital emergency departments, says a joint... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Havre de Grace officials optimistic but cautious about new Upper Chesapeake hospital plansHavre de Grace city leaders have reserved any strong opinions about University
Havre de Grace officials optimistic but cautious about new Upper Chesapeake hospital plans
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
Havre de Grace city leaders have reserved any strong opinions about University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health's new hospital plans, saying they support the overall vision, but more dialogue and community input are needed. Hospital officials... Read more
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The Suburbanite
Mercy receives seven consecutive ENERGY STAR designation Posted Feb. 6, 2016 at 11:00 AM Mercy Medical Center has earned its seventh
Mercy receives seven consecutive ENERGY STAR designation
The Suburbanite / Posted 12 hours ago
Posted Feb. 6, 2016 at 11:00 AM Mercy Medical Center has earned its seventh consecutive ENERGY STAR certification since 2009. Only three other hospitals in the United States have been... Read more
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Psych Central
Emergency Visits In Canada on the Rise for Youth with Addiction, Mental Health IssuesCanadian youths seeking help for mental health problems and addictions has been
Emergency Visits In Canada on the Rise for Youth with Addiction, Mental Health Issues
Psych Central / Posted 15 hours ago
Canadian youths seeking help for mental health problems and addictions has been steadily increasing over the last several years, with the biggest growth being felt in hospital emergency departments (ED), according to a new study published in the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'Jail let my son out to die after he got addicted to morphine patch craze' Mum blames raft of failures by authorities for 2014 tragedy Hugh McCabe died
'Jail let my son out to die after he got addicted to morphine patch craze'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 hours ago
Mum blames raft of failures by authorities for 2014 tragedy Hugh McCabe died after release from MagilliganMagilligan Prison A grieving mother has accused authorities of a... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Chicken pox toddler’s death ‘could have been avoided’A Buxton toddler who died from an infection caused by chicken pox would have su
Chicken pox toddler’s death ‘could have been avoided’
Derbyshire Times / Posted 22 hours ago
A Buxton toddler who died from an infection caused by chicken pox would have survived if antibiotics had been prescribed, a coroner has said. Three-year-old John Andrew Kirkham was in an ambulance and on the way to hospital when he suffered a... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Emergency responders fighting hard against overdose deathsAll of sudden, after a quiet period, he’ll see a flurry of narcotic overdose ca
Emergency responders fighting hard against overdose deaths
The New Canaan News / Posted 23 hours ago
All of sudden, after a quiet period, he’ll see a flurry of narcotic overdose cases come through the emergency department. Though these little spikes are often related to something in particular — a strong new strain of drug on the market, or a... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Emergency responders fighting hard against overdose deathsAll of sudden, after a quiet period, he’ll see a flurry of narcotic overdose ca
Emergency responders fighting hard against overdose deaths
Darien News-Review / Posted yesterday
All of sudden, after a quiet period, he’ll see a flurry of narcotic overdose cases come through the emergency department. Though these little spikes are often related to something in particular — a strong new strain of drug on the market, or a... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Emergency responders fighting hard against overdose deathsAll of sudden, after a quiet period, he’ll see a flurry of narcotic overdose ca
Emergency responders fighting hard against overdose deaths
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted yesterday
All of sudden, after a quiet period, he’ll see a flurry of narcotic overdose cases come through the emergency department. Though these little spikes are often related to something in particular — a strong new strain of drug on the market, or a... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Croydon minor injuries units to become GP-led "hubs" with longer opening hoursCroydon's minor injuries units are to be replaced with GP-led "hubs" 365 days a
Croydon minor injuries units to become GP-led "hubs" with longer opening hours
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
Croydon's minor injuries units are to be replaced with GP-led "hubs" 365 days a year and for longer hours. Croydon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), which had been reviewing, the future of urgent care in the borough, this week committed to three... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Emergency responders fighting hard against overdose deathsAll of sudden, after a quiet period, he’ll see a flurry of narcotic overdose ca
Emergency responders fighting hard against overdose deaths
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
All of sudden, after a quiet period, he’ll see a flurry of narcotic overdose cases come through the emergency department. Though these little spikes are often related to something in particular — a strong new strain of drug on the market, or a... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Volunteer Opportunities for FebruaryVolunteers/members wanted—Volunteers are needed for events and projects to rais
Volunteer Opportunities for February
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted yesterday
Volunteers/members wanted—Volunteers are needed for events and projects to raise money for our area. "Having Fun, Making a Difference in Our Community." BRAINERD LAKES AREA EARLY CHILDHOOD COALITION—Shannon, 218-251-4234,... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Tips for staying safe while shoveling snowWESTFIELD, Mass (WWLP) – Winter finally hit western Massachusetts. The risk of
Tips for staying safe while shoveling snow
WWLP Springfield / Posted yesterday
WESTFIELD, Mass (WWLP) – Winter finally hit western Massachusetts. The risk of a heart attack from shoveling is a serious concern. If you don’t exercise regularly, and have health issues, you’re the one most at risk for a heart attack. Chief of the... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Kitsap leads state in health coverageBREMERTON — When it comes to health care, Kitsap is the best covered county in
Kitsap leads state in health coverage
The Kitsap Sun / Posted yesterday
BREMERTON — When it comes to health care, Kitsap is the best covered county in the state. Kitsap had the smallest percentage of residents without health insurance of any Washington county in 2014, according to a report released this week by the... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Health care 'under attack'Simcoe North MPP Patrick Brown is sounding the alarm over ongoing hospital cuts
Health care 'under attack'
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted yesterday
Simcoe North MPP Patrick Brown is sounding the alarm over ongoing hospital cuts across the province that could destroy smaller, rural hospitals. While addressing proposed cuts to Midland's Georgian Bay General Hospital (GBGH), Brown waded into what... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Health care 'under attack'Simcoe North MPP Patrick Brown is sounding the alarm over ongoing hospital cuts
Health care 'under attack'
Barrie Examiner / Posted yesterday
Simcoe North MPP Patrick Brown is sounding the alarm over ongoing hospital cuts across the province that could destroy smaller, rural hospitals. While addressing proposed cuts to Midland's Georgian Bay General Hospital (GBGH), Brown waded into what... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Maple Ridge News / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Surrey Leader / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Abbotsford News / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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BC Local News
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Daily Liberal
National quad bike death toll hits 20 for 2015Twenty people have been killed in quad bike accidents in Australia this year an
National quad bike death toll hits 20 for 2015
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Twenty people have been killed in quad bike accidents in Australia this year and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is pleading with people to take every precaution to lower the death toll in 2016. The National quad bike death toll... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Peace Arch News / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Aldergrove Star / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Langley Times
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Langley Times / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Mission City Record
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Mission City Record / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
TMH Living Well: When to take your child to TMH’s walk-in clinicIt’s 5:30 p.m. on a Tuesday and you just picked up your toddler from day care.
TMH Living Well: When to take your child to TMH’s walk-in clinic
Craig Daily Press / Posted yesterday
It’s 5:30 p.m. on a Tuesday and you just picked up your toddler from day care. She’s fussing and tugging at her ear and she feels hot. What do you do? You have two options — either call her primary care physician’s after-hours line, or take her to... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waitsB.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a fi
Ambulance reforms pledged to shrink waits
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
B.C. is adding eight ambulances and 34 paramedics in the Lower Mainland as a first step as the government promises major reforms to improve substandard emergency response times. The new action plan unveiled Friday by B.C. Emergency Health Services... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Nurse at Hampton VA hospital convicted of sexually assaulting patientNewport News, Va. – A former nurse in the emergency department of the Hampton V
Nurse at Hampton VA hospital convicted of sexually assaulting patient
WTKR Norfolk / Posted yesterday
Newport News, Va. – A former nurse in the emergency department of the Hampton Veteran’s Administration Hospital was convicted Friday on federal charges of Aggravated Sexual Assault and making false statements to a federal agent. Juan M. Lopez, 52,... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
El Paso hospitals begin preparations for Pope Francis visitJust 11 days from the Pope's visit to Juarez and El Paso's hospitals are gearin
El Paso hospitals begin preparations for Pope Francis visit
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted yesterday
Just 11 days from the Pope's visit to Juarez and El Paso's hospitals are gearing up for thousands to flood the border. With so many people walking, standing and waiting outdoors, health care professionals have to be prepared for the worst. During... Read more
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Science Daily
Emergency blood transfusions for major trauma need to be more rapid, consistent: Only 2 percent of patients with life-threatening bleeding after serious injury receive optimal blood transfusion therapy in England and Wales, according to researchThe study estimates that nearly 5,000 trauma patients sustain major hemorrhage
Emergency blood transfusions for major trauma need to be more rapid, consistent: Only 2 percent of patients with life-threatening bleeding after serious injury receive optimal blood transfusion therapy in England and Wales, according to research
Science Daily / Posted yesterday
The study estimates that nearly 5,000 trauma patients sustain major hemorrhage in England and Wales each year and that one-third of those die. The research spotlights how delays in blood transfusion practices may contribute to this high death... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Maricopa County Crisis Intervention Training Aims To Keep Mentally Ill Safe, Out of JailA volunteer acts out the part of a veteran in crisis who is pulled over by poli
Maricopa County Crisis Intervention Training Aims To Keep Mentally Ill Safe, Out of Jail
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted yesterday
A volunteer acts out the part of a veteran in crisis who is pulled over by police during a Crisis Intervention Team training scenario in Tempe. At a Tempe Police Department substation, a group of officers surrounded a man holding a baby doll and a... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Added later of EMS services comes to part of the North Fork“We’re not here to take over. We’re not here to replace anybody. We’re simply h
Added later of EMS services comes to part of the North Fork
The Suffolk Times / Posted yesterday
“We’re not here to take over. We’re not here to replace anybody. We’re simply here to try to help.” Those are the words of Scott Falley, a Stony Brook University Hospital paramedic who spends his Tuesdays and Wednesdays on the North Fork as part of... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Zika ThreatThe Aedes aegypti mosquito, also called the tiger mosquito, which spreads the v
Zika Threat
The Leader-Herald / Posted yesterday
The Aedes aegypti mosquito, also called the tiger mosquito, which spreads the virus, is not found in upstate New York. "But, it's a threat to anyone who travels," said Dr. Tom Isenovski, medical director of the Emergency Department for St. Mary's... Read more
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Irish Examiner
INMO calls off planned industrial action by nurses | Irish Examiner Friday, February 05, 2016 - 02:17 pm Nurses have called o
INMO calls off planned industrial action by nurses
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
| Irish Examiner Friday, February 05, 2016 - 02:17 pm Nurses have called off planned industrial action at seven of the country's emergency... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Cyclists are in a spin for new ride in aid of West Suffolk HospitalMore than 110 cyclists have pledged to go the extra mile for a new charity ride
Cyclists are in a spin for new ride in aid of West Suffolk Hospital
Bury Free Press / Posted yesterday
More than 110 cyclists have pledged to go the extra mile for a new charity ride in aid of West Suffolk Hospital. The West Suffolk Spin, supported by the Bury Free Press, will see fund-raisers take on a 25, 50 or 100 mile course around the hospital’s... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Federal auditors fault VA psychiatric clinic in BuffaloWASHINGTON – Federal auditors have found a host of problems at a Veterans Affai
Federal auditors fault VA psychiatric clinic in Buffalo
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
WASHINGTON – Federal auditors have found a host of problems at a Veterans Affairs psychiatric clinic on Main Street in Buffalo, ranging from a doubling of wait times for new patients to improper documentation for the needles used there to improper... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
'Very, very lucky call' credited for saving pub (Robbies Bar and Bistro owners Joy and Warren Jones are feeling lucky despite a
'Very, very lucky call' credited for saving pub (
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
Robbies Bar and Bistro owners Joy and Warren Jones are feeling lucky despite a trip to the emergency department after a fire at the restaurant last night. Mr Jones was taken to Dunedin Hospital by St John ambulance to be treated for smoke... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Mount Carmel joints Texas company to open free-standing emergency departments Health Headlines Mount Carmel Health System is joining a fast-growing nation
Mount Carmel joints Texas company to open free-standing emergency departments
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted yesterday
Health Headlines Mount Carmel Health System is joining a fast-growing national company to open "multiple" free-standing emergency departments across central Ohio — a move... Read more
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FOX 8 Cleveland
Deputy shoots, kills man accused of stabbing womanPERRY TOWNSHIP, Ohio — A stabbing suspect was shot and killed by a Lake County
Deputy shoots, kills man accused of stabbing woman
FOX 8 Cleveland / Posted yesterday
PERRY TOWNSHIP, Ohio — A stabbing suspect was shot and killed by a Lake County Sheriff’s deputy Thursday night. Deputies were called to a house at 2925 River Rd. in Perry Township just after 10 p.m. Thursday for reports of a woman who was stabbed... Read more
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