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Psychological Needs of Mesothelioma Patients Differ from Lung Cancer

New research suggests that, even though pleural mesothelioma is considered a type of lung cancer, people with the asbestos cancer are likely to face some different stresses and concerns from lung cancer patients.Pleural mesothelio...
by Mesothelioma Blog Article on Dec 2, 2016

A Favorite Project

Dr. Harry Hummer, superintendent of the Canton Asylum for Insane Indians, almost continually made and implemented plans to expand the facility. One building that he especially wanted and never received was a separate cottage for epileptics. Though it...

Challenges Kenyan Patients Referred To Hospitals Abroad Face

Duncan Miheso could not imagine having to stay in a foreign country for more than a few weeks if not on work related trips or while on holiday. However, this happened last year when he travelled to India as an organ donor for his sister who was to un...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Jul 27, 2016

Kenyatta National Hospital Offers Free Radiotherapy to Cancer Patients

Cancer patients with National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) cards will access radiotherapy for free at the Kenyatta National Hospital from October after the installation of a Sh300 million machine donated by India. With the machine, cervical, breast a...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Jul 15, 2016

An Inside Look At Our Dallas, Texas Seminar From 5/25/2016

Dallas, Texas Seminar, June 25th, 2016 First off, we’d like to extend a genuine thank you to all who attended our Dallas, Texas seminar this month. We always enjoy meeting with people face to face and allowing them to meet our staff in person.
by Mexico Bariatric Center Blog on Jun 29, 2016

Trauma Care for the Insane

Many asylum patients were ill with various chronic conditions, but accidents and self-inflicted injuries also kept doctors busy. In How to Care for the Insane by Dr. William Granger (1886), the author discusses some particular issues that nurses migh...

'I have been put up for sale by NHS England' - Amazing Grace petitions David Cameron

Grace demonstrates outside Monitor/NHS ImprovementGrace Balogun is seeking support for her petition LINK to save her Sudbury (Vale Farm) GP Practice from the market. She tells David Cameron why he should intervene below. Let me introduce m...
by wembleymatters on Jun 16, 2016

HE IS 'GOD' FOR ABANDONED SICK

Courtesy : BBC.ComTrue wisdom lies in understanding the sufferings of your fellow beings.  Simply understanding would not suffice. You must be empathetic and  silently do  to wipe out their pains.   When you do so, you prove that you are a true...
by KNOWEB on Jun 12, 2016

NHS Kill or Cure? STP knowns and unknowns - some key questions

So much creeps up on NHS 'reform'  and realisation of its true repercussions known only to a few who can penetrate the jargon, that I am pleased to publish this early warningby Robin Sharp and Peter Latham  taken from the website of Brent P...
by wembleymatters on Jun 4, 2016

Shocking Revelation: Nigeria Has Only Two Radiotherapy Machines For Two Million Cancer Patients

With the growing cases of cancer, a shocking... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit site or click title above]]...
by Jobs & Scholarships in Nigeria on May 28, 2016

Maximizing Health Benefit of Apple

Apple is one of the healthiest and most affordable fruits that is very rich in antioxidants, Vitamin C, and fiber, making to be a great and healthy snack. Apple have many health benefits which I will be talking about soon Eating Apple will prevent yo...
by News24Media on May 23, 2016

Bariatric Vitamin Regimen

Along with protein, the next most important thing for a gastric sleeve patient is vitamins. This also applies to RNY patients – even more than sleeve because bypass pretty much eliminates absorption of all nutrients for the rest of the patient&...
by Misangela.com on May 5, 2016

Sophie Choudry in Manish Malhora’s Multi Colored Lehenga Choli

Sophie Choudry chose to wear a multi-colored Lehenga Choli with a V shaped neck pale pink Choli embellished with mirror work along with a cream colored chikan dupatta with red silk border during the event at Cancer Patients Aid Association at NSCI.
by PakeezaAnchal.com on Apr 21, 2016

Armed Robbers Disguise as Patients, Attack Lagos Hospital (Photo)

Five suspected armed robbers, who disguised as... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit site or click title above]]...
by Jobs & Scholarships in Nigeria on Apr 14, 2016

Visiting Whitney Dafoe: a dear friend who suffers from severe ME/CFS

Reprinted with the kind permission of Stephanie Land.A version of this post first appeared on the author’s website at www.stepville.com.____________________By Stephanie LandA couple of months ago I discovered my friend Whitney had been bed-bound fo...
by Onward Through the Fog on Apr 14, 2016

Aplastic Anemia

Aplastic anemia is the condition characterized by peripheral pancytopenia ( Anemia, Thrombocytopenia, Leukopenia) caused by bone marrow failure to produce new blood cells. Aplastic anemia is first introduced by Paul Ehrlich in 1988. What Causes the A...
by emedicinezone on Apr 13, 2016

An Open Letter to Doctors Who Think Chronic Pain Patients Are “Hysterical”

If you're a doctor who thinks your chronic pain patient is "hysterical" and not really sick, you're adding emotional damage to her physical pain. Please read.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Apr 4, 2016

Donate Prom Dresses for Charity

Why should you consider donating prom dresses? Each year, thousands of female students spend hundreds of dollars for the arguably the most important dress of their 17 years life. However, the sad thing about this is the fact that most of these dresse...
by Start Grants on Mar 26, 2016

Doctors’ strike may over-crowd hospitals

Hospitals may end be over crowded tonight as they fail to discharge patients because of the junior doctor strike. The NHS seemed to cope well on Wednesday following the walkout from 08:00 GMT over the contract dispute. But NHS England said the second...
by Health Direct on Mar 10, 2016

Doctors’ strike may over-crowd hospitals

Hospitals may end be over crowded tonight as they fail to discharge patients because of the junior doctor strike. The NHS seemed to cope well on Wednesday following the walkout from 08:00 GMT over the contract dispute. But NHS England said the second...
by Health Direct on Mar 10, 2016


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