Health News Archive - July 09, 2008
By Tristan Corkt.firstname.lastname@example.org The future of residential homes for old people in the 21st century has become a reality in the West, as a new facility opened in Wiltshire which will become a blueprint for the entire region.
By Julie Hirschfeld Davis WASHINGTON - Democrats bent on showing they can govern and Republicans anxious about a sour re-election climate are pushing a pared-down summer agenda in Congress.
By Lindsey Tanner CHICAGO - For the first time, an influential doctors group is recommending that some children as young as 8 be given cholesterol- fighting drugs to ward off future heart problems.
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Monitoring-device maker BodyMedia Inc. of Pittsburgh is partnering with Nestle HealthCare Nutrition Inc. to promote its behavior therapy equipment to more than 400 clinics which use Nestle's Optifast weight loss program.
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Women with low vitamin D levels during pregnancy may wind up with children with more cavities, Canadian researchers warn. Researchers at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg and Victoria say enamel defects are a risk factor for early tooth decay in children.
Patients will have access to better facilities sooner than expected after work to extend a care centre finished two weeks ahead of schedule. Hospiscare's Exeter day centre has been extended and revamped by the work, which cares for 15 patients a day.
DOCTORS accused Ministers of running the NHS like a "shoddy supermarket war" as a former GP said yesterday that patients in parts of rural Yorkshire no longer had access to continuous care because of hospital closures.
Rumors about CAMC best left in the past Editor: I am a physician and serve on the board of trustees at Charleston Area Medical Center and the board's Committee on Quality.