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Recalls at J&J working fast

Recalls at J&J working fast

The recalls at Johnson & Johnson are working out thick and fast at present. During the newest occurrence that has troubled the firm, its McNeil Consumer Health unit is recalling approximately 13 million packs in its Rolaids antacid scope due to particulate contamination.

Ontario government takes charge of Windsor hospital

Ontario government takes charge of Windsor hospital

Toronto The province will soon be holding the reins of Windsor hospital which is better known as the centre of a controversy of surgical and pathology errors.

A full-time supervisor will be hired to keep a track of all the on-goings in Hotel-Dieu Grace Hospital once cabinet gives a green signal to the request, Health Minister Deb Matthews said Monday.

Doctors extend help for setting health-care tips

Doctors extend help  for setting health-care tips

The chief of the Canadian Medical Association associated with the federal government will lower the health-care transfer to the provinces soon after the completion of present agreement which is due to expire in 2014.

Folic-acid fortification might spruce cancer risk

Folic-acid fortification might spruce cancer risk

Folic acid when supplied to grain products for more than a decade in order to increase the consumption rate in case of women of reproductive age.

The supplementation is being promoted after studies proved that there are sufficient levels of folic acid which is vital to prevent spinal cord faults and other related birth defects.

Alberta's Health Link celebrates 10th anniversary

Alberta's Health Link celebrates 10th anniversary

Following a decade and almost eight million calls, Alberta's Health Link telephone service is now seeking for methods to reach out to patients much more swiftly and divert more of the relatively less serious cases away from the overpopulated emergency rooms.

Macedon Ranges Council spending far lesser than the average on development

Macedon Ranges Council spending far lesser than the average on development

During this financial year, Macedon Ranges Council is spending just $1.79 per resident on the bicycle infrastructure which is far lesser than the regional council average of $5.75 per person.

Mike Williamson, manager, Bicycle Victoria stated that the council is missing an opportunity with the Macedon Ranges.

Microchipping of Cats and Dogs Increasing

Microchipping of Cats and Dogs Increasing

Latest survey that was conducted by the Office of Economic and Statistical Research with more than 3600 Queenslanders shows that a lot of people are microchipping their cats and dogs as the registration of all the cats and dogs have been made compulsory by the state.

Health Officials Warn Of Fourth Case of Dengue in Townsville

Health Officials Warn Of Fourth Case of Dengue in Townsville

There could be found fourth case of dengue in Townsville, in north Queensland in less than fifteen days, as expected by the health officials.

The major cause of concern raised by Townsville city councillor Dale Last is the time gap of three-weeks between the spread of infection and its diagnosis. He gave warning that the situation could get more worsen.

Dr. Alan Rosenhain considering to quit

Dr. Alan Rosenhain considering to quit

Dr. Alan Rosenhain, a 91 year old family doctor with over 60 years of experience as a GP is considering leaving his medical practice. he completed his graduation in the year 1944 and after he completed his three year period in New Guinea with the army, he went into general practice in 1947.

State Government Provides No Information about Second Hospital in Cairns

State Government Provides No Information about Second Hospital in Cairns

No information has been provided by the State Government over the development of a second hospital to the south of Cairns in far north Queensland.

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