Scottish Local Medical Committees' chairman Dr. Alan McDevitt issued warnings recently that patient care should be kept at a very good distance from fast-food approach in the general practice.
He said the same increased workload for primary care providers, eventually making it untenable. Also, wastage of time was being seen during a 10-minute consultation.
Wall Street Bull celebrated its fourth birthday on Saturday. Wall Street Bull which is also known as Charging Bull has proved to be quite beneficial for investors as it has been able to double their money.
Since 2009, Wall Street Bull has been helping investors to double their money and same is expected from its fifth year.
It is the sixth continuous year for Greece to witness recession. The European country's condition is such due to declining business confidence and the country has been surviving on bailout loans from European Union. According to recent reports, it has been revealed that its economy has witnessed a decline of 5.7% in October to December 2012.
A novel report has highlighted that public transportation in the USA has risen by 1.5% to 10.5 billion trips last year. Ridership includes buses, subways and other modes of public transportation.
A recent data has revealed that China has come across a bad start for the Chinese New Year. The data suggests slow lending and retail sales growth. The data is worse since year 2009.
It is a high time now that the US should do something for childhood cancer. As per a data, childhood cancer kills more children than any other disease like asthma, AIDS and congenital anomalies.
Gilead Sciences Inc has carried out a clinical trial to know the efficacy of its angina drug Ranexa. Clinical trial of Ranexa which is also known as ranolazine was found to have reduced chest pain in patients diagnosed with diabetes.
It seems that not much time remains when all Minnesotans will have an access to health-care coverage. It has been said so as legislation for the same has received green signal from both the houses that are State House and Senate House.
A number of incidents do take place which makes one realize that it is vital to learn CPR. But what if a person and that also a qualified nurse refuses to perform the procedure. It happened recently when an elderly woman collapsed while having her lunch at dining hall of an independent facility.
In order to remove food dye from Kraft's Macaroni & Cheese, a petition has been filed by some people.
Recently, a study was carried out to know the efficacy of an experimental drug cangrelor to work as an anti-clotting agent. The study which was presented at a meeting of American College of Cardiology, it was revealed that the drug is better than known drug called Plavix.
Government has plans of increasing the number of female politicians in the legislature following their beliefs that their decision would help making the politics of the state cleaner.
The New Zealand government has announced an investment of $200,000 for investigating more efficient methods to curb the increasing cases of childhood asthma in the country. A research project will be carried out by the researchers of University of Otago with the announced funds in the planned time period of 18 months and will be due to finish in June 2014.
According to the new statistics of New Zealand Drug Detection Agency, the random testing of consumption of workplace drugs has been increasing with the positive traces of drugs in the 8% of all drug screening tests.
As per reports, it has been revealed that the German court has dropped arrest warrant against Captain Paul Watson, founder of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. It was in 2012 when charges were levied by Germany against Watson at the request of Costa Rica.
It seems that Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian to walk in space, is having a gala time at the International Space Station. He has tweeted picture of Portage la Prairie, a city in Canada, at the time when he was aboard the station.
It was earlier said that climate change is going to have quite a devastating effect on tropical rainforests across the world. However, a new research has cancelled such claims.
According to a research taken out by a group of computer climate modelling experts, it has been revealed that climate change is not going to introduce a shrinking effect on the world's tropical rainforests.
While she was being induced by a hospital to give birth by caesarean section, she yesterday was successful in delivering her baby at Waterford Regional Hospital.
The Montreal Heart Institute researchers tested an experimental anti-inflammatory drug in their recent study. The team claims that the treatment named inclacumab could be helpful in minimizing the damage to heart muscle.
The National Institute for Mental Health (www. nimh. nih. gov) suggested that 90% of the deaths that have the reason of suicidal attempts behind them also involve the prospective of mental health disorders in the attempters.
The attempters with the mental disorders can constitute either diagnosed one or undiagnosed one. These also comprises of a substance addiction disorder, often both.
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