Ontario Government Ceases Discounts to Pharmacies

Pharmacies

Yesterday, the Ontario Government started out a new battle with the province's pharmacies. It disclosed details of key modifications to the way generic medicines are advertised and sold, which can spread across Canada.

Indigenous Australians 20% More Likely to Commit Violence Offences under Alcohol Influence

Indigenous Australians 20% More Likely to Commit Violence Offences under Alcohol

A new study reveals that there is 20% more possibility of indigenous Australians to indulge in offences of violence, owing overwhelmingly to alcohol abuse.

Patients Will Be Asked about Their Being Aboriginal to Boost Indigenous Health

Patients Will Be Asked about Their Being Aboriginal to Boost Indigenous Health

All the patients before getting treatment will be asked about whether they are natives or not by the doctors as well as the health workers, irrespective of their appearance or country of birth. This is being done in order to lift the standards of indigenous health.

Childcare Fees Rise Up

Childcare Fees Rise Up

According to the New South Wales Government, the fees of childcare would rise by $4 a day under a new staffing ratio that is supposed to be introduced next year.

From January, one staff member would be employed for all the center based and mobile children services. One staff member would be present for every four children aged two or under.

Government Introduces New Rules for CT Scans

Government Introduces New Rules for CT Scans

New rules were introduced by the Government on the use of CT scans. The government is concerned about the high levels of radiations that are caused by the CT scans. According to the new guidelines, some of the scans would be banned.

Fruits and Vegetables less Effective to Protect Against Cancer

Fruits and Vegetables less Effective to Protect Against Cancer

From the studies it has been seen that eating lots of fruits and vegetables have a very mild effect on protecting against cancer.

Fire Breaks Out in an Apartment Block in Melbourne

Fire Breaks Out in an Apartment Block in Melbourne

This morning after there was fire and smoke in an apartment in Melbourne’s North-West complex, twenty one people were evacuated from the building.

According to the fire crew, all the residents of the building were shouting for help from the upper floor windows. These people couldn’t come out from the central stairwell because it was full of smoke.

New NZ Ad Campaign Targets Country’s Prevalent Drinking Cultur

New NZ Ad Campaign Targets Country’s Prevalent Drinking Cultur

A new alcohol awareness campaign is launched, urging Kiwis to tell their friends if they have a drinking problem; it emphasizes on the country sporting a heavy drinking culture.

In addition, it focuses on graphic examples of excessive drinking causing harm, with three realistic characters that made poor and dangerous choices.

Age Care Association Seeks Investigation into Elderly Care

The Aged Care Association is looking forward for an investigation into elderly care in New Zealand. It, however, seems it to be ironic that the probe has been triggered by the same parties who developed the system.

New Clinical Training Facility in Mackay

New Clinical Training Facility in Mackay

It has been told by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd that a new training facility would be started in Mackey. It would be delivering more doctors, nurses, midwives and pharmacists. He also went to Mackay, in regional Queensland on Thursday as a part of the health push.

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