Last week, US prosecutors sought a delay in the New Hampshire hepatitis case against a traveling medical technician - David Kwiatkowski – who has allegedly stole drugs from Exeter Hospital and contaminated syringes, and infected patients with hepatitis C.
Procter & Gamble Co has announced that it would put a double latch on the lid of Tide Pods tubs to make them more difficult to open.The announcement followed several reports of health hazard the Tide Pods has posed on kids.
Patients in Scottish households that do not have an Internet connection will now be able to access health advice and other important health-related information from the comfort of their homes --- thanks to the launch of a new digital TV channel!
While ministers, on one hand, are preparing for the third reading of the Health and Social Care Bill in Parliament next week, the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has, on the other hand, warned that bill underscores the risk of creating "a new and expensive bureaucracy and fragmenting care system"!
Cliff Robinson, 74, cares for two adult mentally disabled children in their 40s, and is one of a number of individuals asking the government to pay families for caring for their disabled relatives just like they pay for those who are placed in the care of non-family caregivers. In 1975, Mr. Robinson took his two children and another boy he was told he could get care for under the DPB (domestic purpose benefit).
Investors of Vital Healthcare Property Trust may listen to today how much money they shall obtain through a projected $238.9 million contract for the NZX- scheduled trust to get bigger into Australia.
Vital is New Zealand's biggest scheduled expert medical property-owner and has a contract; put through investor endorsement, to purchase 12 hospitals, surgical and psychiatric services.