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    Doctor Disciplined for Allegedly Chastising Chicago-Area Woman in Labor and Denying Her Pain Medication

    A doctor accused of mistreating a Chicago woman while she was in labor with her fifth child has been fined $500 and placed on one year's probation by a state regulatory agency. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation disciplined Dr. Scott Pierce on Monday for violating the state Medical Practice Actin connection with an incident involving Catherine Skol, who ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rate This
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    Researcher Seeks Common Language for Pain

    Researcher Seeks Common Language for Pain
    When if comes to pain, doctors and patients may not be speaking the same language, and a U.S. researcher says he wants to change that. David Cella of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago says he is on mission to revolutionize the language of pain, as well as fatigue, depression and anxiety. These symptoms are used by researchers to ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Quintuplets Born at Phoenix Hospital

    Quintuplets Born at Phoenix Hospital
    PHOENIX - A Tucson couple is celebrating a big addition to their family: a set of quintuplets. Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center spokesman Craig Fischer says Lorena Puig (poo-CH') gave birth Wednesday at a Phoenix hospital to three girls and two boys, who were born within four minutes of each other. The 29-week-old babies range in weight from 2 pounds, 1.7 ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Oklahoma Conjoined Twins Separated During Surgery

    Oklahoma Conjoined Twins Separated During Surgery
    OKLAHOMA CITY — Nearly 3-month-old girls believed to be the first known American Indian conjoined twins were separated Monday during a three-hour surgery. The twins were joined at the chest, and the separation process involved their livers and other tissue. Doctors have said the girls have a good chance at survival because they have separate hearts and shared no major blood ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Calif. Nurses Protest Lack of Swine Flu Equipment

    Calif. Nurses Protest Lack of Swine Flu Equipment
    LOS ANGELES — A union says some California hospitals aren't adequately protecting nurses from swine flu. The California Nurses Association plans to protest Wednesday in San Francisco in the wake of a Sacramento nurse's swine flu death last month. The union wants hospitals to provide better masks, equipment and protocol to protect nurses from further sickness. The union says nurses across ...
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    Nurses Hoping to Raise $1M ; Campaign for Scholarship Fund at HUMC

    Nurses Hoping to Raise $1M ; Campaign for Scholarship Fund at HUMC
    Raising $1 million is a rather ambitious goal for any non-profit in this economy. But that's how much the people behind Hackensack University Medical Center's Everyone Needs a Nurse campaign hope they can raise by the end of 2009 to pay for scholarships to the NYU College of Nursing. The campaign is designed to replenish the HUMC Silverberg Nursing Scholarship fund ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Calif. Teen's Family Sues Cigna Over Transplant

    Calif. Teen's Family Sues Cigna Over Transplant
    LOS ANGELES – The family of a 17-year-old leukemia patient has sued health insurance giant Cigna Corp. for her death in 2007 after the company initially refused to pay for a liver transplant. The lawsuit filed last week in Los Angeles County Superior Court by the family's attorney, Mark Geragos, alleges breach of contract, unfair business practices and intentional infliction of ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Sick Star Ignored Nurse's Warning

    A nurse yesterday claimed she warned Michael Jackson to go to hospital four days before his death. Nurse Cherilyn Lee, 56, said Jackson, whose children she had previously treated, complained of overheating on one side of his body the Sunday before his death. Cherilyn said she was called by a member of Jackson's staff and could hear the star in the ...
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    Woman Who Cut Off Baby's Arms To Be Released

    DALLAS — A Texas woman who killed her 10-month-old daughter by cutting off her arms with a kitchen knife is being released from a state mental hospital. Dena Schlosser killed her baby in 2004 and was found not guilty by reason of insanity two years later. Prosecutor Curtis Howard says she'll be released into outpatient treatment within the next month. A ...
    Published over 10 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Ike-Damaged Hospital, Med School Laying Off 3,800

    Ike-Damaged Hospital, Med School Laying Off 3,800
    AUSTIN, Texas — The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, a teaching hospital severely damaged by Hurricane Ike, will lay off about 3,800 workers — nearly a third of its work force — because it is running out of money. The University of Texas Board of Regents said in a news release that the Galveston hospital would have no money ...
    Published over 10 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Pro-Life Activists March in DC to Mark Roe v. Wade Anniversary

    Pro-Life Activists March in DC to Mark Roe v. Wade Anniversary
    Just as anti-abortion activists swarm into Washington on Thursday, President Obama may overturn a policy that bans federal funds to non-governmental organizations for use outside the USA for abortion and birth control services or referrals. Or he may not. Fox News says he will here. And CNN says he will here. But no one names a source. Terry Mattingly, who keeps ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rated: +2
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    School Nurses Fill Void

    School Nurses Fill Void
    Bradley County school nurses last year counted more than 55,000 student visits in a system with a few more than 10,000 children enrolled. What's important, schools health coordinator Andrea Lockerby said, is that after 47,245 of the 55,337 visits, the students went back to class. So students continued learning, the system counted fewer absences and there was less need to call ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +2
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    The Quest For Immortality: Self Assembling Tissues

    The Quest For Immortality: Self Assembling Tissues
    'New research yields self-assembling tissues, paves the way for replacement organs.' Tissue engineers like to dream big. They envision a world where one day a patient will donate a few cells and new, young healthy organs will be grown to replace ailing parts of the body. From appearance and athletic upgrades, through new integumentary tissues like skin, muscles, tendons, and ligaments, ...
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    Get a Real Value Meal with LEAN CUISINE(R)

    At LEAN CUISINE®, we believe in food that’s good for you AND good for your wallet! That’s why we offer over 100 dishes that combine convenience, great taste and nutrition…all within your budget. Now that’s a “value meal” you can feel good about! With so many good choices, it’s easy for you to stay on track without spending a fortune. You ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rated: -1
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    Nurse Tempered Grimness of War with Humor

    Nurse Tempered Grimness of War with Humor
    Although Mary Jean Doloughty was considered stoic when tending casualties from the battlefields of Vietnam or working in the emergency room in St. Francis Hospital, the retired nurse could share a light moment with family and friends. "My mother seldom complained about the conditions she faced in Vietnam as they brought the wounded and dying men to the field evacuation hospitals," ...
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    Study: 1 in 3 Breast Cancer Patients Overtreated

    Study: 1 in 3 Breast Cancer Patients Overtreated
    LONDON – One in three breast cancer patients identified in public screening programs may be treated unnecessarily, a new study says. Karsten Jorgensen and Peter Gotzsche of the Nordic Cochrane Centre in Copenhagen analyzed breast cancer trends at least seven years before and after government-run screening programs for breast cancer started in parts of Australia, Britain, Canada, Norway and Sweden. The ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rate This
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    High-Tech Gives Shut-Ins Medical Access

    High-Tech Gives Shut-Ins Medical Access
    MEDFORD, Ore. - Dennis Beaudoin gets his daily checkup from a nurse without leaving home. While the Medford man recovered from a heart attack, his doctor wanted to know his blood pressure and his weight and his blood sugar every day, but his health was too fragile for visits to the doctor's office. Recently a home-health nurse would have visited him. ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rate This
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    Study: Drug Combos May Raise Breast Cancer Risk

    Study: Drug Combos May Raise Breast Cancer Risk
    ORLANDO, Fla. – Breast cancer survivors risk having their disease come back if they use certain antidepressants while also taking the cancer prevention drug tamoxifen, worrisome new research shows. About 500,000 women in the United States take tamoxifen, which cuts in half the chances of a breast cancer recurrence. Many of them also take antidepressants for hot flashes, because hormone pills ...
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rate This
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    Fla. Woman Faces Life Sentence in Baby Kidnapping

    Fla. Woman Faces Life Sentence in Baby Kidnapping
    SANFORD, Fla. -- A woman who kidnapped a newborn from the maternity ward of a central Florida hospital is set for sentencing. Prosecutors are asking for 40-year-old Jennifer Latham to be sentenced Wednesday to life in prison. Latham pleaded guilty Feb. 10, the day her trial on kidnapping and burglary charges was supposed to start. Her public defender said the Sanford ...
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rated: -1
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    UMC Introduces Middle-Schoolers to Nursing Careers at Camp Scrubs

    UMC Introduces Middle-Schoolers to Nursing Careers at Camp Scrubs
    Twenty Tucson middle-school students found out what it takes to be a registered nurse this week at University Medical Center's "Camp Scrubs." Twenty Tucson middle-school students learned if they have what it takes to be a registered nurse this week at University Medical Center's "Camp Scrubs." This is the sixth year UMC has offered the popular summer camp, said Ellice Mellinger, ...
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rated: +2
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