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    Nation's First Face Transplant Done in Cleveland

    Nation's First Face Transplant Done in Cleveland
    Reconstructive surgeon Dr. Maria Siemionow adjusts her sterile bonnet … A woman so horribly disfigured she was willing to risk her life to do something about it has undergone the nation's first near-total face transplant, the Cleveland Clinic announced Tuesday. Reconstructive surgeon Dr. Maria Siemionow and a team of other specialists replaced 80 percent of the woman's face with that of ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +7
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    60-Year-Old Woman Gives Birth to Twins in Canada

    60-Year-Old Woman Gives Birth to Twins in Canada
    CALGARY, Alberta — A 60-year-old woman in western Canada gave birth to twin boys after undergoing fertility treatments, Canadian national media reported Thursday. Ranjit Hayer became a mother for the first time on Tuesday at Calgary's Foothills Hospital, according to the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. The Canadian Press news agency said the Calgary Health Region confirmed a 60-year-old woman had given birth. ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Patients Fret Over Proposed Tylenol Restrictions

    Patients Fret Over Proposed Tylenol Restrictions
    CHICAGO — Proposed limits on Tylenol, a painkiller as common as pain itself, have left many consumers fearful, confused and wondering where to turn for relief. The potential government crackdown on acetaminophen, Tylenol's main ingredient, would affect everyone from occasional pill poppers to chronic pain sufferers who rely on daily doses to make their lives more bearable. If adopted by the ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    CA Hospital Head Arrested for Alleged Molestation

    CA Hospital Head Arrested for Alleged Molestation
    LOS ANGELES - The executive director of a Northern California mental hospital was arrested Wednesday for investigation of molesting his foster child for more than a decade. Napa State Hospital Director Claude Edward Foulk, 62, was arrested at the hospital after a five-month investigation by Long Beach police. The hospital fired him after he was charged Tuesday with 35 felony counts, ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rate This
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    'New' Type of Breast Cancer Stops Women in Their Tracks

    'New' Type of Breast Cancer Stops Women in Their Tracks
    When a mammogram detected a lump in Barbara Laufer's breast, the fear was paralyzing. "You think you're going to die," says Laufer, 40, of Burbank, Calif. Laufer was diagnosed with a perplexing condition called ductal carcinoma in situ, or DCIS, a growth of malignant cells inside the milk ducts of the breast. Though some doctors describe the condition to patients as ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Best Places to Work: Ohio Health (2)

    Best Places to Work: Ohio Health (2)
    This Columbus, Ohio-based giant (11,000 plus employees) had 4% job growth last year, adding 393 new positions. Voluntary turnover rate was 8 percent. Its employees are 17% minorities and 78% women. Ohio Health has two magnet nursing centers and one Best Hospital among its member hospitals. h4. Average Annual Pay Staff Registered Nurse: $77,175 Search Jobs Now Next Previous Main Article ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Best Places to Work: King's Daughter (7)

    Best Places to Work: King's Daughter (7)
    This Kentucky hospital has 2,934 empBest Places to Work: King's Daughter (7)loyees and is growing jobs at the rate of 13% (294 new jobs in 2007). Last year 10,240 would-be employees applied to work there. Voluntary turnover was 6%. h4. Average Annual Pay Assistant Nurse Manager: $59,598 Registered Nurse: $57,722. Search jobs now Next Previous
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Professor Dies of Plague-Related Infection

    Professor Dies of Plague-Related Infection
    A University of Chicago molecular genetics professor studying the origins of harmful bacteria died last weekend after contracting an infection linked to the plague, officials said Saturday. University hospital officials said there "does not appear to be a threat to the public" following the death of Malcolm J. Casadaban, 60, at the campus' Bernard Mitchell Hospital on Sept. 13. None of ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Houston Hospitals Compete to Lure Expectant Moms

    Houston Hospitals Compete to Lure Expectant Moms
    After Valerie Sulma gave birth last week, nurses applied ink to her baby girl’s feet and stamped the footprints on the scrub shirt the new dad was wearing, a keepsake for the occasion. The following day, Sulma watched The Newborn Channel and ordered breakfast from the hospital room-service menu. Isabella Faith, 6 pounds, 14 ounces, lay in her mother’s lap, wearing ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rate This
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    "Babies" Movie Examines Prenatal Care Around the World

    "Babies" Movie Examines Prenatal Care Around the World
    NEW YORK, April 28- USNewswire - Babies, a new movie to be released by Focus Features across the country on Friday, May 7, Mother's Day weekend, simultaneously follows four babies around the world -- from birth to first steps. The children are, respectively, in order of on-screen introduction: Ponijao, who lives with her family near Opuwo, Namibia; Bayarjargal, who resides with ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Nurses Strike Threatens Patients

    Nurses Strike Threatens Patients
    Nurses in a central Poland hospital say they will keep on striking until they get higher wages, which could force the evacuation of about 220 patients. Nurses and midwives in the state-run hospital in Radom, central Poland, were in the third day of their strike Friday, and said they would not return to work until management meets their demands, Polish Radio ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Octuplets Born in California Doing 'Very Well'

    Octuplets Born in California Doing 'Very Well'
    BELLFLOWER, Calif. – The octuplets born to a mother in Southern California are doing "very, very well" and breathing on their own, one of their doctors said Tuesday. Dr. Mandhir Gupta, a neonatologist at Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center, told ABC's "Good Morning America" the eight babies were in stable condition. Two of the newborns — the second live octuplets born ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +5
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    Medical Wonders: Almost Skin

    Medical Wonders: Almost Skin
    Resources • Nursing Scholarships • Nursing Degree Programs • Job Search • Groups • Discussions Designers have developed pyjamas that regulate body temperature, stop itching and ensure a good night’s sleep, it has been claimed. A woman tries out the pyjamas which, it is claimed, will regulate one’s temperature and put an end to scratching in bed The nightwear, which ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rate This
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    Alzheimer's Cost Triple That of Other Elderly

    Alzheimer's Cost Triple That of Other Elderly
    The health care costs of Alzheimer's disease patients are more than triple those of other older people, and that doesn't even include the billions of hours of unpaid care from family members, a new report suggests. Compared with people aged 65 and older without Alzheimer's, those with the mind-destroying disease are much more often hospitalized and treated in skilled-nursing centers. Their ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rate This
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    What You Don't Know About National Nurses Week (May 6-12)

    What You Don't Know About National Nurses Week (May 6-12)
    We appreciate you nurses. Recognition and gratitude is what National Nurses week is all about. But why this week of all weeks? There is a reason, and it ties into the history of our profession. National Nurses Week coincides with Florence Nightingale’s birthday, May 12. Many consider Nightingale the founder of modern nursing. The history of Nurses Week began in 1953 ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Nation's First Face Transplant Patient Shows Face

    Nation's First Face Transplant Patient Shows Face
    CLEVELAND - Five years ago, a shotgun blast left a ghastly hole where the middle of her face had been. Five months ago, she received a new face from a dead woman. Connie Culp stepped forward Tuesday to show off the results of the nation's first face transplant, and her new look was a far cry from the puckered, noseless sight ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    "Nurse of the Year" Charged with Not Being a Real Nurse

    "Nurse of the Year" Charged with Not Being a Real Nurse
    A doctor's assistant allegedly spent $2,000 to stage a dinner honouring herself as 'Nurse of the Year' - when she wasn't even registered as a nurse. Betty Lichtenstein, 56, of Norwalk, Connecticut, was charged with reckless endangerment and criminal impersonation charges yesterday for her stunt. She seemed competent enough to other staff at her clinic - she handled injections and gave ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    No Scars: New Obesity Surgery Goes Through Mouth

    No Scars: New Obesity Surgery Goes Through Mouth
    CHICAGO — Doctors are testing a new kind of obesity surgery without any cuts through the abdomen, snaking a tube as thick as a garden hose down the throat to snap staples into the stomach. The experimental, scar-free procedure creates a narrow passage that slows the food as it moves from the upper stomach into the lower stomach, helping patients feel ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Medical Wonders: The Amazing PillCam

    Medical Wonders: The Amazing PillCam
    Resources • Nursing Scholarships • Nursing Degree Programs • Job Search • Groups • Discussions Cameras the size of pills could “put eyes on tools," going into the body to detect cancer. This new device, invented at the University of Washington, has seven fiber optic cables and will be able to detect early signs of esophageal cancer. Eric Seibel, the ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Violence Against Health Care Workers a Growing Concern

    Violence Against Health Care Workers a Growing Concern
    Here is some of the on-the-job training Tyrne Wade has learned while working as a nurse at Danbury Hospital. When you're trying to restrain a patient who is already at the flailing stage, keep your guard up. "I've been punched," Wade said. Not a serious injury, she said, but a punch. Don't wear a necklace that hangs outside your uniform. Don't ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rate This
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