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Protest at Slovenian care homes over government 'neglect'

Domzale - Hundreds of employees from care homes in Slovenia protested on Friday over what they say is government neglect of the elderly and demanded more support to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

Three tax-savings ideas to help seniors

One major expenditure awaiting a large percentage of U.S. citizens near the end of their lives is long-term care. Expenses extend to assisted living facilities or nursing homes. A new guide gives advice.

Ghana gets its first emergency medicine training program

In a new initiative seeking to improve healthcare in the country, Ghana has begun its first emergency medicine training program. Nurses are being trained and despatched to regions across the country and new recruits are busily signing up.

Elderly patients in the U.K. 'need their own healthcare budgets'

London - The head of health in England has said that frail elderly, people with disabilities and those with serious mental health problems should be given money from the government and council-run social care services.

Boehner: 'Obamacare is the law of the land'

After more than 55 failed attempts by the House, Speaker John Boehner finally conceded that Obamacare is here to stay. Boehner’s admission comes only three weeks after he vowed the House would continue to try to repeal the law.

U.K. councils called on do more for children’s health

The British government has called upon local councils to take further steps to ensure they are doing all they can to improve children's health in their area.

Profile: Dr. David Stewart – A study in medicine and leadership

Marble Hill - Dr. David Stewart is the co-founder of the International Association of Parents & Professionals for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth (NAPSAC International). Throughout his life, he has studied, worked hard and helped those who have needed it.

Medics call on UK government to address emergency care

The British Medical Association (BMA) has called on the U.K. government to work more closely with doctors in order to tackle the current pressures on front-line care.

Children in UKIP foster care row split up

Rotherham - The three siblings who were removed from foster carers after it was discovered that the carers are members of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) have been spilt up. The boy has been placed with one family and the two girls with another.

Op-Ed: Going beyond Hallmark to show mom you care this Mother's Day

In our busy world it may be easy to just shoot off an email or mail a card for Mother's Day, but doesn't your Mother deserve a little more than an automated response?

North Korean health system is a horrific story, reports say

Reports by Amnesty International paint a very dark picture of the health care system in the communist nation of North Korea. Some gruesome stories depict amputations without anesthesia and operations done under candlelight.

Senate Passes Health Care Bill

Senate Democrats passed a landmark health care bill in a dramatic Christmas Eve vote that could define the legacy of President Barack Obama. The bill will usher in near-universal medical coverage for the first time in the country's history.

Op-Ed: Canadian Doctor Shares True Pros & Cons of Canadian Health Care

Canadian doctor Michael M. Rachlis shares the truth about the Canadian Health Care system in hopes of dissolving propaganda and confusion.

Obama: Canadian Style Health Care System Won't Work in U.S.

American critics of Obama's proposed health care reforms try to demonize Canada's health care system but President Obama says that it works for Canada, but not for the U.S.

Protesters greet Congressman Perlmutter as he visits constituents Special

If you want to get an idea of a population’s pulse, go to a local town hall meeting. This particular event was anything but normal.

A Roadmap to End Global Hunger

Two years ago a coalition of humanitarian organizations began the process that has resulted in today's release of the Roadmap To End Global Hunger.

CARE Reports Food Supplies in Gaza Running Out

The weekend’s escalation of violence has halted many distributions of essential goods such as food and medical supplies.

Fifty Per Cent Of UK Personal Assistants And Social Carers Are Not Qualified

Support and information group, Skills for Care, says in a recent publication that 50% of all users of social care services are hiring personal assistants who care for the client in their own homes, without carrying out Criminal Records Bureau checks first

Taking Care of your Wrists

Wrists are one area that you misuse on a regular basis. We type all day in computers, or mobile phones, even remotes. All these actions put undue stress on the wrists leading to severe aches and pains and in some case Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Indy couple finds cool spot for sex near daycare center

Shawn Ayers and Nicholas Declouette decided to get their freak on. In the middle of the day, in a '88 Oldsmobile. Parked in front of an Indianapolis day care center. Can you say, bad judgement?

Patients Suffer Yet Again As NHS Cuts Back On Out-Of-Hours Doctors

In the UK, there is a shortage of doctors, there is no money for them, so the crumbling NHS comes up with a better idea - they are going to put the responsibility onto inexperienced and unqualified staff

L.A. Doc's Do Not Offer HIV screening to Hispanics

If you are Hispanic in L.A., the odds are good that your doc did not check you for HIV...

Desperately Seeking a Good Primary Care Physician!

Medical Ignorance Has Surely Become a Plague for One Sick Man!

YouTube Customer Care: Ear Plugs Required!

See through the eyes of Youtube support, if this happened to me I would cry.

Thief steals disabled boy’s computer from day care

A new low, stealing from a child with Downs Syndrome.

Anonymous Tip: Nurse May Have Refused to Treat Pregnant Homolka

There are now allegations that at least one nurse refused to assist, the hospital is now investigating the anonymous tip.

Biblical scholar says Jehovah's Witnesses wrong about blood transfusions

A biblical scholar says he woke up convinced he must wade into the blood battle in British Columbia involving four babies, their Jehovah's Witness parents, their church and the government.

Sick Canadian Trapped In Expensive Mexican Care Facility Finally Coming Home

Another family undergoing horror in Mexico while vacationing but this time it is not because of violence.

Does Google really care about Orkut ?

Google not putting any effort into Orkut?

The Crime Of Children's Mental Health Care

There's a crisis in America and it's our children who are the ones suffering. This is my son's story.
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James Tracy of Community Housing Partnership speaks to those assembled at press conference at City Hall for the Health Care Services Masterplan legislation, sponsored by SF Supervisor David Campos at 12 Noon on Nov. 1, 2010

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