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Policy to Eliminate Medical Errors in the United States

Policy to Eliminate Medical Errors in the United States

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) started following a new policy in the year 2008 in order to avoid medical mistakes that are suffered by a lot of patients during their stay in hospitals.

The medical mistakes faced by patients are not only shocking but they wished that these events would have never happened.

Distribution of Children’s Doctors Required, says a Study

Distribution of Children’s Doctors Required, says a Study

As per a new study, though there are enough children’s doctors in the United States, a number of children are not getting adequate care as they are not placed at right places and in right proportions.

VOCM Convenes Annual Christmas Blood Donor Clinic

VOCM Convenes Annual Christmas Blood Donor Clinic

Canadian Blood Services seems to be in full swing with the preparations for the upcoming Christmas season.

They are convening blood clinics every day. The annual VOCM Christmas Blood Donor Clinic takes place Thursday at locations across the province.

HSPSP-II Signed between Philippines and EU

HSPSP-II Signed between Philippines and EU

The Health Sector Policy Support Program has been signed between the European Union (EU) and the Philippines and would involve the EU providing support amounting to 36-million Euros to the country. The new initiative is also an indicator of the support being provided by the European Union to the country's health services.

Department of Health issues Statuary Guidelines

Department of Health issues Statuary Guidelines

The Department of Health is reported to have issued the statutory guidance. The guidelines center on the way health and social care ensure services to be more focused on the basis of individual requirements.

Sanofi Signs Cancer Research Deals

Sanofi Signs Cancer Research Deals

Sanofi-Aventis is reported to have undergone two new cancer research deals. One of the cancer research tie-ups with Avila Therapeutics will aim to develop covalent drugs.

Scotland’s poor Succumbs to Smoking

Scotland’s poor Succumbs to Smoking

Anti-smoking campaigners today outlined that smoking trends among people hit by poverty in Scotland are surging. Consequently, a good proportion of them die early.

Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Scotland has called on the political parties to address the burgeoning menace of tobacco addiction before the next year’s Holyrood elections.

Wonder Fruit Papaya

Wonder Fruit Papaya

Fruits are not only good for health but also provide essential nutrients required by the body in order to perform daily activities and keep the body fit.

People generally ignore or avoid taking fruits in their regular diet. Fruits help are rich sources of nutrients that provide protection against several diseases.

Pagcor Celebrates Christmas with 150 Critically Ill Children

Pagcor Celebrates Christmas with 150 Critically Ill Children

The Christmas celebration was no less for critically-ill patients of the Philippine Children's Medical Center (PCMC) who assembled for the Monday morning that was an effort from the Government to make their Christmas cheerful. The event was named as Pamaskong Handog

Proteins that Will Unlock Mystery about Certain Brain Diseases

Proteins that Will Unlock Mystery about Certain Brain Diseases

A new study has found a number of proteins and genes that are associated with the development of nearly 130 neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's and autism.

The study was carried out by scientists at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and Edinburgh University. They examined human brain samples and found 1461 proteins linked to different genes.

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