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Patients Asked To Avail Emergency Care In Case Of Major Injuries

Patients Asked To Avail Emergency Care In Case Of Major Injuries

The hospital authorities have requested people not to avail the emergency services in Lincolnshire hospitals unless and until it is significantly urgent or important.

Job of a Christian Health Worker in Danger

Job of a Christian Health Worker in Danger

Margaret Forrester, a 39-year-old psychological wellbeing practitioner based in Westminster has been recently suspended from her post as she gave the booklet to family planning staff at the health centre, which contained detail information on the hazards of abortion as she believed that the NHS did not provide sufficient information to women in that context.

Call For Blood Donors in the Wake of Declining Blood Stocks

Call For Blood Donors in the Wake of Declining Blood Stocks

In order to replenish the blood supply stocks, people in Devon and Cornwall have been urged to make blood donations at the peak time.

Swine Flu Victim Needs Wishes

Swine Flu Victim Needs Wishes

Swine flu has endangered the life of a pregnant mother and her unborn child.

Fallon Devaney, 25, was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham after she confronted breathing problem and then only she was diagnosed of swine flu.

Three-Fold Increase in Flu cases in England and Wales

Three-Fold Increase in Flu cases in England and Wales

The flu season of this year has seemed to have taken its grim form as the flu cases surged three-folds last week in England and Wales.

Hospital’s Negligence Towards Swine Flu Child

Hospital’s Negligence Towards Swine Flu Child

Harvey Flanagan, 5, being a victim of swine flu, is struggling for his life and the irony if his life is that he was sent back home twice by a hospital with the symptoms that worsened his condition.

Cancer Survival Rates Improve In UK but Still Lagging behind Other Countries

Cancer Survival Rates Improve In UK but Still Lagging behind Other Countries

A new study that compared cancer survival rates among six countries namely Australia, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and the UK showed that the rates are still lower in Britain in comparison to the other western nations.

The study involved more than 2 million people and it compared cancers of the bowel, breast, lung and ovary between 1995 and 2007.

Alberta claims that homosexuality is a `mental disorder'

Alberta claims that homosexuality is a `mental disorder'

A springtime finding released one of Alberta's top doctors asked for "concerted immediate and long-term actions" to claim about syphilis which was infected with 26 babies since 2000 and "claimed of no signs of abating" which is yet to state of any awareness campaign by the provincial government.

Long-term care homes a futuristic in development

Long-term care homes a futuristic in development

Nursing homes stated that care for Ontario's 77,000 vulnerable seniors who seemingly are although slow but seem to be improving each day states Ontario's Minister of Health and Long Term Care.

Lung cancer patients survive more than others

Lung cancer patients survive more than others

Recent studies have shown that Manitoba proves to have one of the highest lung cancer survival rates all round the globe patients seemingly are more prone to survival in case of victims in case of United Kingdom or Australia.

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