A group of doctors and nurses are going to the Basildon Hospital in the upcoming week as part of a government evaluation into the death rates.
The group is a fragment of the Keogh Review, which is inspecting the higher than average mortality rates at 14 of the hospitals that also includes the Basildon.
Sources suggested about the revolt against the Labour party that will be initiated by one of Tony Blair's leading modernizers in a key vote. The revolt is being initiated on the proposed NHS regulations. The opposition party believes the regulations will permit the companies to bid for almost every health service.
As per notifications issued by a recent study, people who drink one or more cans of soft drink a day are associated with a higher risk of diabetes in their future life than their counterparts.
It was highlighted that a can consumed per day can raise the risk of diabetes by about one-fifth in comparison to the consumption of one can per month.
As per recent reports, a medical student struggling with eating disorders died after taking banned weight-loss pills. She had bought them on internet.
Investigation into her death is midway. The body of Sarah Houston, 23, was found on September 25 last year in her room at a house where she lived with other medical students. She was in fourth year of her medical school.
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