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Mental health nursing cuts warning
BBC - 12 Hours ago
Mental health nurses are trained to treat and care for people with a wide range of mental health problems Staff cuts and bed shortages are leaving mental health services "under unprecedented strain",
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Rectal cancer surgery in older people does not increase postoperative complications
7thSpace - 11 Hours ago
Rectal cancer surgery in the older population remains a highly controversial topic. The present study was designed to assess whether older patients had an increased risk for postoperative complications
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Charities demand budget increase for life-saving cancer drugs fund
NewsRT.co.uk - 12 Hours ago
Charities have demanded an increase in the £280m budget for a fund that has given 55,000 cancer patients access to life-saving treatments, and medicines that have improved lives or made terminal illness
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Teen fired from a restaurant for requesting six-weeks-off for brain and spinal cord
Capital Bay - 8 Hours ago
Jonathan Larson worked as a delivery driver at Rosebud Restaurant, an establishment in Suburban Chicago until his boss gave him the axe Larson suffers from cancer of the brain and spine and requires surgery
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ADHD as a Brain Maturation Delay?
Psychology Today - 9 Hours ago
A new study published in a prestigious medical journal attempts to shed new light on an old question, namely the neurobiological underpinnings of ADHD. As can be readily seen by bloggers on this website
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Mental health services 'need help'
Tayside and Fife Courier - 9 Hours ago
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Scotland has called for more investment in mental health services after figures revealed the number of specialist nurses has fallen. A report by the organisation
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Diabetes prevention and treatment a national priority
Khaleej Times - 9 Hours ago
23 November 2014 Dr Abdulkareem Al Olama, Jalila Foundation CEO, shares the organisation’s long-term plans and tells Anindita Chatterjee why corporate partnerships are crucial
Diabetes prevention a national priority Khaleej Times
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Diabetes Cure: Brand New Diabetes Treatment For Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Patients
WRBL-TV - 9 Hours ago
Learn how reliable is this new diabetes cure gainst diabetes type 1 and type 2 using all natural diabetes treatment. Is it worthy of buying? Hundreds of thousands of people are diagnosed with diabetes
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Type 1 and 2 Diabetes Treatment and Miracle Cure by Stem Cell Replacement with Dieting
WRBL-TV - 9 Hours ago
Awareness of diabetes is a general procedure for healthy life. Diabetes curiosity is a good interest for everybody. Know about diabetes treatment, cure and symptoms, Diabetes Miracle Cure is a Diabetes
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Functional chromatin features are associated with structural mutations in cancer
7thSpace - 10 Hours ago
Structural mutations (SMs) play a major role in cancer development. In some cancers, such as breast and ovarian, DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs) occur more frequently in transcribed regions, while in
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Obesity silently damages heartObese people without an overt manifestation of heart
Ein News - 10 Hours ago
Nov 22, 2014 - 19:01 GMT Obese people without an overt manifestation of heart disease experience silent cardiac damage that fuels risk of heart failure in the future, with new research suggesting that
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Tapeworm found in man’s brain
The Nation Pakistan - 10 Hours ago
AFP LONDON Scientists in Britain removed and studied a rare tapeworm that lived in a man’s brain for four years, researchers said on Friday. The parasite travelled five centimetres (two inches) from
Tapeworm found in man's brain IOL
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Potassium additives may make low-sodium meats unsafe for patients with kidney disease
Science Daily - 9 Hours ago
Potassium additives are frequently added to sodium-reduced meat products in amounts that may be dangerous for patients with kidney disease, according to a study that will be presented at ASN Kidney Week
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Need to invest in mental health nursing, says RCN Scotland
Royal College of Nursing - 10 Hours ago
Mental health services across the UK are under unprecedented strain, according to a new report published today (Sunday, 23 November 2014) by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN). The report – Turning back
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Government planning to control prices of anti-cancer drugs
DNA India - 10 Hours ago
In a bid to make a dozen anti-cancer drugs affordable to the masses, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) has invited comments from the pharmaceutical industry and other stakeholders to
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Seasonal Drivers of the Epidemiology of Arthropod-Borne Viruses in Australia
Plosone.org - 11 Hours ago
by Jemma L. Geoghegan, Peter J. Walker, Jean-Bernard Duchemin, Isabelle Jeanne, Edward C. Holmes Arthropod-borne viruses are a major cause of emerging disease with significant public health and economic
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11/23/2014: HT Indore: 63 cancer patients detected at camp
Hindustan Times - 11 Hours ago
A camp for detection of cancer was organised in the city on Saturday at PC Sethi Hospital. Held under the supervision of the Indore Cancer Foundation and the district administration the camp was attended
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Goh Chok Tong berjaya jalani pembedahan kanser prostate
Yahoo! Malaysia - 10 Hours ago
Menteri Kanan Emeritus (ESM) semalam, menurut kenyataan setiausaha akhbarnya. Doktor beliau, Dr Sim Hong Gee, seorang urologis konsultan kanan di Hospital Gleneagles dan konsultan pelawat di General
Goh Chok Tong has successful op for prostate cancer Malaysiakini
Singapore's Goh Chok Tong undergoes surgery for prostate cancer Xinhua News Agency
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Marijuana Use Linked to Changes in the Brain
Yahoo! Malaysia - 10 Hours ago
Using marijuana daily for four years or longer may be related to certain changes in the brain, according to new research. In the study, researchers used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to examine the
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Magnified endoscopic findings with a barnacle-like appearance in enterocolitis associated
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy - 11 Hours ago
A 24-year-old man was admitted to our hospital for severe burn injury involving 80% of his total body surface area. After admission, he fell into a coma and received a diagnosis of sepsis based on high
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Efficacy and safety of the band and slough technique for endoscopic therapy of nonampullary
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy - 11 Hours ago
Endoscopic resection of nonampullary duodenal adenomas (NADAs) is effective but carries substantial procedural risks. Therapeutic banding for treatment of duodenal mucosal neoplasia has not been studied.
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Endoscopic management with over-the-scope clips for intestinal bleeding of Behçet’s
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy - 11 Hours ago
Adverse events of Behçet’s disease (BD) related to ulcers such as fistula, hemorrhage, and perforation occur in up to 50% of cases. Although these adverse events require invasive surgery, recurrence is
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Use of narrow-band imaging with magnification to predict depth of invasion of early
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy - 11 Hours ago
A 77-year-old man undergoing EGD for Barrett’s surveillance was noted to have an area of discolored mucosa with mild nodularity in the upper esophagus. A biopsy sample taken from the lesion showed high-grade
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Imagination and Reality Flow Conversely Through Your Brain
Psychology Today - 11 Hours ago
"My Wife and My Mother-In-Law" by William Ely Hill circa 1915. My Wife and My Mother-in-Law As you look at the image above, what do you see first? When you feel your visual perception shift from the
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Crash in mental health nursing numbers branded a 'tragedy'
Nursing Times - 12 Hours ago
23 November, 2014 | By Mental health services across the UK are under unprecedented strain, with a steep fall in nurse numbers and available beds at a time of rising demand, the Royal College
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