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Business Wire
Ferring annonce le début de l'essai PRONOUNCE impliquant des patients atteints d'un cancer de la prostate et d'une maladie cardiovasculaire à un stade avancé recevant degarelix ou leuprolideSAINT PREX, Suisse--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ferring Pharmaceuticals a annoncé aujourd'
Ferring annonce le début de l'essai PRONOUNCE impliquant des patients atteints d'un cancer de la prostate et d'une maladie cardiovasculaire à un stade avancé recevant degarelix ou leuprolide
Business Wire / Posted 2 minutes ago
SAINT PREX, Suisse--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ferring Pharmaceuticals a annoncé aujourd'hui le début de l'essai de Phase 3b, PRONOUNCE. Cet essai comparera la survenance d'événements cardiovasculaires majeurs (MACE) chez des patients atteints d'un cancer de... Read more
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Business Wire
Ferring announces the start of the PRONOUNCE Trial for patients with advanced prostate cancer and cardiovascular disease receiving degarelix or leuprolideSAINT PREX, Switzerland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ferring Pharmaceuticals announced tod
Ferring announces the start of the PRONOUNCE Trial for patients with advanced prostate cancer and cardiovascular disease receiving degarelix or leuprolide
Business Wire / Posted 2 minutes ago
SAINT PREX, Switzerland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ferring Pharmaceuticals announced today the commencement of the Phase 3b PRONOUNCE Trial. The trial will compare the occurrence of major adverse cardiovascular events (MACEs) in patients with prostate cancer... Read more
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Evening Standard
Sir Paul McCartney reworks Beatles classic to celebrate GOSH birthdaySir Paul McCartney has changed the lyrics to his song When I’m Sixty-Four to su
Sir Paul McCartney reworks Beatles classic to celebrate GOSH birthday
Evening Standard / Posted 7 minutes ago
Sir Paul McCartney has changed the lyrics to his song When I’m Sixty-Four to support the Evening Standard’s Give to GOSH appeal and celebrate Great Ormond Street Hospital’s 164th birthday. The endorsement from the former Beatle, who wrote the song... Read more
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Mississauga News
Turkey: Reaching limits but will keep taking in refugeesDivorce can be a difficult and confusing time, so making additional decisions p
Turkey: Reaching limits but will keep taking in refugees
Mississauga News / Posted 7 minutes ago
Divorce can be a difficult and confusing time, so making additional decisions prior to moving out... The holidays are a bonanza for foodies. All the meals and entertaining – it is a chance to share... Looking to spice up date night this holiday... Read more
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Mississauga News
A working-class revolt, and New HampshireMenu Palace is the GTA’s top restaurant guide for sports bars that score big po
A working-class revolt, and New Hampshire
Mississauga News / Posted 7 minutes ago
Menu Palace is the GTA’s top restaurant guide for sports bars that score big points for featuring... When you want the perfect outfit for a glamorous night out, you need to visit Nisha in... Armand Jewellers in Square One, Mississauga, is actually... Read more
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Mississauga News
Sam Hunt: Playing Super Bowl blends love for music, sportsWe all have that house we dream about that will be perfect for our needs – and
Sam Hunt: Playing Super Bowl blends love for music, sports
Mississauga News / Posted 7 minutes ago
We all have that house we dream about that will be perfect for our needs – and Map Real Estate... Menu Palace is Toronto’s go-to restaurant guide for the area’s top eateries to celebrate the... Are you ready to get up close and personal with a... Read more
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Mississauga News
Super Bowl 50 advertising winners and losersPrimary (or essential ) hypertension is when the cause is unknown. The majority
Super Bowl 50 advertising winners and losers
Mississauga News / Posted 7 minutes ago
Primary (or essential ) hypertension is when the cause is unknown. The majority of... Menu Palace is Toronto’s trusted dining guide for restaurants to celebrate National Drink Wine... It’s like going to a candy store and picking out your three top... Read more
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Mississauga News
Fallout of Ghomeshi trial could touch DNDHere are some frequently asked questions about the flu vaccine: Why do I need a
Fallout of Ghomeshi trial could touch DND
Mississauga News / Posted 7 minutes ago
Here are some frequently asked questions about the flu vaccine: Why do I need a flu shot every... Whether your style leans toward the latest trends or is deeply rooted in tradition, Nisha in... When it comes to home design concepts, Map Real Estate... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Baby among four injured as car smashes into tram in town centre during stormA baby was among four people injured after a car smashed into a tram in Croydon
Baby among four injured as car smashes into tram in town centre during storm
Croydon Guardian / Posted 9 minutes ago
A baby was among four people injured after a car smashed into a tram in Croydon town centre during torrential rain last night. Police, paramedics and firefighters were called to the site of the crash in Wellesley Road just before 10pm yesterday as... Read more
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heraldscotland
All eyes on Swinney as talks begin, but who has Treasury sent north to make us think again?07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Total confirms gas flowing ashore from £3.5bn
All eyes on Swinney as talks begin, but who has Treasury sent north to make us think again?
heraldscotland / Posted 11 minutes ago
07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Total confirms gas flowing ashore from £3.5bn Shetland plant… Funding talks resume … Sluggish growth for Scots economy… MSPs in new BBC powers call… Denver Broncos win Super Bowl. Front pages Exclusive: The Herald's... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Novel quantitative method may reduce or eliminate need for invasive biopsiesScientists have identified a quantitative method to measure changes in biomarke
Novel quantitative method may reduce or eliminate need for invasive biopsies
News-Medical-Net / Posted 12 minutes ago
Scientists have identified a quantitative method to measure changes in biomarkers, which may reduce or eliminate the need for invasive biopsies. The method, described in the February 2016 issue of The FASEB Journal uses a novel chimera design of DNA... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Transformational leadership could have positive effects on quality of patient careA recent study shows that encouraging nurses to work towards a collective goal
Transformational leadership could have positive effects on quality of patient care
News-Medical-Net / Posted 12 minutes ago
A recent study shows that encouraging nurses to work towards a collective goal within a supportive milieu--a style of management called transformational leadership--can have positive effects on the quality of the care given to patients. It was also a... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Home HIV testing gets the green lightAccording to Masango, a May 2015 decision by the council effectively quietly re
Home HIV testing gets the green light
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 16 minutes ago
According to Masango, a May 2015 decision by the council effectively quietly removed the ban on pharmacist sales of HIV self-testing kits. The decision comes almost one year after the council gazetted a draft plan to remove the ban. The proposed... Read more
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Wakefield Today
New hope for Wakefield schoolgirl in life-saving treatment battleA schoolgirl has fresh hope in her battle to access a life-saving drug treatmen
New hope for Wakefield schoolgirl in life-saving treatment battle
Wakefield Today / Posted 29 minutes ago
A schoolgirl has fresh hope in her battle to access a life-saving drug treatment, it has been reported. Abi Longfellow suffers from a one-in-a-million kidney disease called Dense Deposit Disease (DDD), which stops the kidneys from filtering waste... Read more
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Scotsman
Inverness start-up eyes launch of first aid tech Mime's kit was put through its paces at Murrayfield Stadium An Inverness firm
Inverness start-up eyes launch of first aid tech
Scotsman / Posted 35 minutes ago
Mime's kit was put through its paces at Murrayfield Stadium An Inverness firm tested its new first aid technology at the opening weekend of the Six Nations campaign as it prepares for launch this... Read more
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Business Standard India
6 rising startups in AsiaMalaysia-based KFit is an app that offers unlimited access to gym and fitness c
6 rising startups in Asia
Business Standard India / Posted 37 minutes ago
Malaysia-based KFit is an app that offers unlimited access to gym and fitness classes in the region for a fixed fee – a business model similar to ClassPass in the US. The app aggregates a supply of over 300,000 wellness activities from 5,000 partner... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Time still exists for NHS chiefs to sort out bed blocking crisisOXFORDSHIRE is consistently one of the worst performing areas for bed blocking.
Time still exists for NHS chiefs to sort out bed blocking crisis
Oxford Mail / Posted 39 minutes ago
OXFORDSHIRE is consistently one of the worst performing areas for bed blocking. It is why health bosses have been looking at alternative methods to solve the problem, the latest being transferring patients to beds in nursing homes. There was much... Read more
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Gazette
'Rip-off agency' medics pushing NHS into deficit, watchdog saysLocum doctors and nurses are unfairly earning significantly more than their NHS
'Rip-off agency' medics pushing NHS into deficit, watchdog says
Gazette / Posted 45 minutes ago
Locum doctors and nurses are unfairly earning significantly more than their NHS counterparts by working for "rip-off agencies", according to health sector regulators. Monitor and the NHS TDA (Trust Development Authority) said the trend had pushed... Read more
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iol.co.za
How to ease the effects of hayfeverDurban - Experts estimate that one in five people have discomfort because of “h
How to ease the effects of hayfever
iol.co.za / Posted 45 minutes ago
Durban - Experts estimate that one in five people have discomfort because of “hayfever”, making it one of the most common non-communicable conditions in the world. In an article written for the medical journal Modern Medicine, immunology experts Drs... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
PennDOT, Geisinger hosting blood driveDUNMORE — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Geisinger are hosti
PennDOT, Geisinger hosting blood drive
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 48 minutes ago
DUNMORE — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Geisinger are hosting a blood drive today with a goal inspired by Sunday’s big game. The After Super Bowl 50 Blood Drive is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the PennDOT District 4... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Norfolk kidney transplant patient gets pioneering treatment which could help thousands Laura Thompson, left, of Rockland All Saints, who was the second person to ha
Norfolk kidney transplant patient gets pioneering treatment which could help thousands
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 49 minutes ago
Laura Thompson, left, of Rockland All Saints, who was the second person to have a kidney transplant where the kidney had been tested in a new machine beforehand.... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Ridgefield
Cuts Dig Into Ridgefield Health Department's Lyme Disease PreventionRIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Budget cuts by Gov. Dannell Malloy already are being felt
Cuts Dig Into Ridgefield Health Department's Lyme Disease Prevention
The Daily Voice - Ridgefield / Posted 49 minutes ago
RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Budget cuts by Gov. Dannell Malloy already are being felt at the Ridgefield Health Department, where money allocated to sustain and expand the town's BLAST Lyme Disease Prevention program recently were rescinded. "This comes as... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Intriguing Questions Regarding Zika DiseaseAfrica used to be called the dark continent. One does not hear a lot of that th
Intriguing Questions Regarding Zika Disease
AllAfrica.com / Posted 49 minutes ago
Africa used to be called the dark continent. One does not hear a lot of that these days but there is certain international innuendo and even African behaviour patterns that can compel a person to think about darkness and not light. Those who do... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
We Cannot Pretend About Our HospitalsDuring the launch of the army's Tarehe Sita Week on Tuesday, the Chief of Defen
We Cannot Pretend About Our Hospitals
AllAfrica.com / Posted 49 minutes ago
During the launch of the army's Tarehe Sita Week on Tuesday, the Chief of Defence Forces Gen Katumba Wamala castigated presidential candidates for criticising the poor state of the country's healthcare system. He said the state of hospitals was not... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Honey can save lives by destroying harmful fungusLondon: Scientists have discovered a powerful link between a medicinal type of
Honey can save lives by destroying harmful fungus
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 49 minutes ago
London: Scientists have discovered a powerful link between a medicinal type of honey and the destruction of a fungus that can cause blindness or even death. In the first-of-its-kind study, Zain Habib Alhindi, from University of Manchester in UK used... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Security guard shot at Nepean Hospital may not return to jobNepean Hospital shooting: Security guard 'struggling to recover', may not retur
Security guard shot at Nepean Hospital may not return to job
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 53 minutes ago
Nepean Hospital shooting: Security guard 'struggling to recover', may not return to job A security guard shot in the leg during a scuffle with a violent patient at Sydney's Nepean hospital says after almost three decades in the job, he might never... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
ABC acknowledges error in reporting of Nauru child sexual assault story, paediatrician says she provided correct information Photo: Department of Imm
ABC acknowledges error in reporting of Nauru child sexual assault story
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 53 minutes ago
, paediatrician says she provided correct information Photo: Department of Immigration and Border Protection secretary Michael Pezzullo said media reports on the issue had been... Read more
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This is West Country
'Rip-off agency' medics pushing NHS into deficit, watchdog saysLocum doctors and nurses are unfairly earning significantly more than their NHS
'Rip-off agency' medics pushing NHS into deficit, watchdog says
This is West Country / Posted 54 minutes ago
Locum doctors and nurses are unfairly earning significantly more than their NHS counterparts by working for "rip-off agencies", according to health sector regulators. Monitor and the NHS TDA (Trust Development Authority) said the trend had pushed... Read more
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The New Statesman
The Future of the LeftNot accepting what you're given, when what you're given isn't enough, is the he
The Future of the Left
The New Statesman / Posted 55 minutes ago
Not accepting what you're given, when what you're given isn't enough, is the heart of trade unionism. Workers having the means to change their lot - by standing together and organising is bread and butter for the labour movement - and the most... Read more
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The New Statesman
The Future of the Left: trade unions are more important than everNot accepting what you're given, when what you're given isn't enough, is the he
The Future of the Left: trade unions are more important than ever
The New Statesman / Posted 55 minutes ago
Not accepting what you're given, when what you're given isn't enough, is the heart of trade unionism. Workers having the means to change their lot - by standing together and organising is bread and butter for the labour movement - and the most... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
The latest news from around the worldDAVID CAMERON TO URGE 'WHOLESALE REFORM' IN PRISON SYSTEM The prison system ha
The latest news from around the world
Reading Evening Post / Posted 56 minutes ago
DAVID CAMERON TO URGE 'WHOLESALE REFORM' IN PRISON SYSTEM The prison system has failed in a "scandalous" way, with reoffending rates too high and shameful levels of violence, David Cameron will say today as he launches a sweeping programme of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Nepean Hospital shooting victim Barry Jennings attends security summit with health officials and security officersBarry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs thrown at him and
Nepean Hospital shooting victim Barry Jennings attends security summit with health officials and security officers
Daily Liberal / Posted 57 minutes ago
Barry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs thrown at him and almost been stabbed while working as a security guard at Nepean Hospital. But this was the last straw. ​Barry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs... Read more
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Bolton News
'Rip-off agency' medics pushing NHS into deficit, watchdog saysLocum doctors and nurses are unfairly earning significantly more than their NHS
'Rip-off agency' medics pushing NHS into deficit, watchdog says
Bolton News / Posted 58 minutes ago
Locum doctors and nurses are unfairly earning significantly more than their NHS counterparts by working for "rip-off agencies", according to health sector regulators. Monitor and the NHS TDA (Trust Development Authority) said the trend had pushed... Read more
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walesonline
The latest news from around the worldDAVID CAMERON TO URGE 'WHOLESALE REFORM' IN PRISON SYSTEM The prison system ha
The latest news from around the world
walesonline / Posted an hour ago
DAVID CAMERON TO URGE 'WHOLESALE REFORM' IN PRISON SYSTEM The prison system has failed in a "scandalous" way, with reoffending rates too high and shameful levels of violence, David Cameron will say today as he launches a sweeping programme of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Nepean Hospital shooting victim Barry Jennings attends security summit with health officials and security officersBarry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs thrown at him and
Nepean Hospital shooting victim Barry Jennings attends security summit with health officials and security officers
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
Barry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs thrown at him and almost been stabbed while working as a security guard at Nepean Hospital. But this was the last straw. ​Barry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs... Read more
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The Border Mail
Nepean Hospital shooting victim Barry Jennings attends security summit with health officials and security officersBarry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs thrown at him and
Nepean Hospital shooting victim Barry Jennings attends security summit with health officials and security officers
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
Barry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs thrown at him and almost been stabbed while working as a security guard at Nepean Hospital. But this was the last straw. ​Barry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
The latest news from around the worldDAVID CAMERON TO URGE 'WHOLESALE REFORM' IN PRISON SYSTEM The prison system ha
The latest news from around the world
Manchester Evening News / Posted an hour ago
DAVID CAMERON TO URGE 'WHOLESALE REFORM' IN PRISON SYSTEM The prison system has failed in a "scandalous" way, with reoffending rates too high and shameful levels of violence, David Cameron will say today as he launches a sweeping programme of... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Carnival roars ahead in Brazil despite Zika health scare The worst health scare in recent history is not keeping Brazilians from their
Carnival roars ahead in Brazil despite Zika health scare
Eye Witness News / Posted an hour ago
The worst health scare in recent history is not keeping Brazilians from their annual Carnival revelry. Brazilian singer Claudia Leitte performs in Mocidade de Padre Miguel samba school during... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dildo thrower reveals motivesPolice apprehend Josie Butler after Government minister Steven Joyce is hit in
Dildo thrower reveals motives
The New Zealand Herald / Posted an hour ago
Police apprehend Josie Butler after Government minister Steven Joyce is hit in the face by a pink dildo thrown at him. Photo / Supplied The woman who threw a sex toy at Cabinet minister Steven Joyce at Waitangi has revealed the motivations for her... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Nepean Hospital shooting victim Barry Jennings attends security summit with health officials and security officersBarry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs thrown at him and
Nepean Hospital shooting victim Barry Jennings attends security summit with health officials and security officers
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
Barry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs thrown at him and almost been stabbed while working as a security guard at Nepean Hospital. But this was the last straw. ​Barry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs... Read more
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heraldscotland
All eyes on Swinney as talks begin, but who is the Treasury sending north to make us think again?07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Total confirms gas flowing ashore from £3.5bn
All eyes on Swinney as talks begin, but who is the Treasury sending north to make us think again?
heraldscotland / Posted an hour ago
07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Total confirms gas flowing ashore from £3.5bn Shetland plant… Funding talks resume … Sluggish growth for Scots economy… MSPs in new BBC powers call… Denver Broncos win Super Bowl. Front pages Exclusive: The Herald's... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New personalized DNA-based digital assay has potential to dramatically impact CML managementThe outcomes of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) have dramatically improved as th
New personalized DNA-based digital assay has potential to dramatically impact CML management
News-Medical-Net / Posted an hour ago
The outcomes of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) have dramatically improved as the result of tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) treatment. Use of a TKI regimen can lower the blood CML biomarker to levels imperceptible by current detection methods. For... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
LouLou Foundation, Penn Med set up Program of Excellence to develop treatments for children with CDKL5The London-based LouLou Foundation and the Orphan Disease Center of the Perelma
LouLou Foundation, Penn Med set up Program of Excellence to develop treatments for children with CDKL5
News-Medical-Net / Posted an hour ago
The London-based LouLou Foundation and the Orphan Disease Center of the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have established a Program of Excellence to develop effective treatments for children with CDKL5, a rare... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
More patients stuck in hospital despite £2m project to tackle bedblocking crisisMORE patients are stranded in hospital beds despite a radical £2m project to ta
More patients stuck in hospital despite £2m project to tackle bedblocking crisis
This is Oxfordshire / Posted an hour ago
MORE patients are stranded in hospital beds despite a radical £2m project to tackle the bedblocking crisis getting under way last year. Health leaders announced plans in November to move medically fit patients stuck in hospital beds with nowhere to... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Last picture showOne evening in the late fall, Lucien Majors, 84, sat at his kitchen table in La
Last picture show
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted an hour ago
One evening in the late fall, Lucien Majors, 84, sat at his kitchen table in Lancaster, N.Y., wife Jan by his side, as he described a recent dream. Majors had end-stage bladder cancer and was in renal failure. As he spoke with a hospice doctor, he... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Health simulators blink, breathe, get closer to realSAN DIEGO -- Look at Victoria long enough and she'll blink. Nearby, her buddy H
Health simulators blink, breathe, get closer to real
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted an hour ago
SAN DIEGO -- Look at Victoria long enough and she'll blink. Nearby, her buddy HAL, who lost his legs due to some unspecified accident, takes a deep breath. Throughout Hall D at the downtown San Diego Convention Center last month, these little... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Nepean Hospital shooting victim Barry Jennings attends security summit with health officials and security officersBarry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs thrown at him and
Nepean Hospital shooting victim Barry Jennings attends security summit with health officials and security officers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
Barry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs thrown at him and almost been stabbed while working as a security guard at Nepean Hospital. But this was the last straw. ​Barry Jennings has been punched, kicked, spat on, had chairs... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
X-ray patients could flock to emergency departmentsHundreds of thousands of patients could flock to already-stretched hospital eme
X-ray patients could flock to emergency departments
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
Hundreds of thousands of patients could flock to already-stretched hospital emergency departments for services like X-Rays if the government cuts the bulk billing incentive, diagnostic imaging group warns. Patients could flock to public hospital... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Home care service patients in Weston-Mare ‘at risk’Home care service patients in Weston-super-Mare ‘at risk’ Inspectors have said
Home care service patients in Weston-Mare ‘at risk’
Weston Mercury / Posted an hour ago
Home care service patients in Weston-super-Mare ‘at risk’ Inspectors have said people being looked after by an at-home care service were found to be ‘at risk of abuse’ while the service’s manager described staffing as ‘a nightmare’. The Care... Read more
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Medical News Today
'Smart' lens could predict risk of glaucoma progressionA new study reveals how a "smart" contact lens can help identify which patients
'Smart' lens could predict risk of glaucoma progression
Medical News Today / Posted an hour ago
A new study reveals how a "smart" contact lens can help identify which patients with glaucoma - a leading cause of blindness - are most likely to experience disease progression. Researchers say the smart lens could help doctors identify which... Read more
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