Links Found Between Teen Depression and Poor Glycaemic Control

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A US study has recently revealed some links between the glycaemic control of teenagers and chances of occurring of depression.

Nurses’ Recruitment Comes Under Question

Nurses’ Recruitment Comes Under Question

According to reports, it was found that Queensland needs an extra 5,500 nurses and midwives over the next six years. This report was claimed by Nurse Union on Tuesday.

However, the nurses claimed yesterday that the budget did not indicate the procedure the government will involve for the recruitment as the entire procedure involves the national health reforms.

First Hip Replacement Procedure Approved By FDA

First Hip Replacement Procedure Approved By FDA

An artificial device made by Johnson & Johnson’s Depuy Orthopedics unit has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. This device is the first ceramic-on-metal total artificial hip system and is mostly recommended to osteoarthritis patients.

Pregnant Women Should Sleep On Their Left Side

Pregnant Women Should Sleep On Their Left Side

Sleeping posture seems to affect an unborn to a significant extent. Consequently, a recent research has raised a question whether or not pregnant women should be advised to sleep on their left side, particularly late in their pregnancies as it claims that women who tend to sleep on their right side or on their back night before delivery are more likely to give birth to a stillborn baby.

Sick Hospitals Imposing Long Waiting Times

Sick Hospitals Imposing Long Waiting Times

Patients in most of the metropolitan hospitals across the region of inner north including Royal Melbourne Hospital, the Austin Hospital and St. Vincent’s hospital are forced to experience a long waiting time. Every time around four out of 10 sufferers waited longer than clinically recommended at the Northern Hospital during the last year.

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