· Shrewsbury maternity scandal: Hundreds more cases revealed after trawl of paper records →
This could mean the tally of cases being investigated by an independent inquiry examining poor care at the trust surpasses 1,500.
· Man admits damaging computer, causing PPE delivery delay →
ATLANTA — A former employee of a medical device packaging company has pleaded guilty to damaging a computer belonging to his former employer, which prosecutors said caused a delay in the delivery of personal protective equipment to health care providers.
· Two comforting revelations from the Supreme Court →
The fact that the Federalist Society and its ilk do not have some jurisprudential crystal ball can be seen in Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.'s decision on the Affordable Care Act, in Roberts and Justice Neil M. Gorsuch’s protection of LGBTQ employees under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and in all nine justices rejecting the claim of absolute immunity.
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· Adrian Gomez, Who Cared for Migrant Youth, Is Dead at 52 →
“He cared about his clients and helped them by getting them on the right path to a bright future.
· 'All the hospitals are full': In Houston, overwhelmed ICUs leave COVID-19 patients waiting in ER →
HOUSTON — Houston hospitals have been forced to treat hundreds of COVID-19 patients in their emergency rooms — sometimes for several hours or multiple days — as they scramble to open additional intensive care beds for the wave of seriously ill people streaming through their doors, according to internal numbers shared with NBC News and ProPublica.
· Coronavirus survivor with painful side effects months after recovery 'absolutely terrified for winter' →
After falling ill she tried to raise money in order to treat NHS staff who cared for her so compassionately, and worked to organise care packages.
· How Coronavirus Spreads through the Air: What We Know So Far →
A handful of studies suggest the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, can exist as an aerosol in health care settings.
· DIY brow lamination: how to laminate brows at home →
With any brow treatments currently prohibited by the UK Government, it might be time to take care of them yourself.
· G4S fined £44m by Serious Fraud Office over electronic tagging →
It has also agreed to enforce new controls, including a programme of “corporate renewal” to prevent a repeat of the scandal, which took place within its G4S Care & Justice division.
· AbbVie Is About To Break Out →
Allergan also brings over $2 billion in revenue from eye care, nearly $2 billion in gastrointestinal revenue and a women's health division that is likely to bring in over $1 billion annually in the next decade.