News archive from 30 July 2013

Rushed nurses 'have to ration care'

Hospital nurses are being forced to "ration care" because they do not have enough time to properly look after patients, a new study suggests. Fundamental aspects of care are "frequently being left undone", researchers found. Almost...

 

The patients palmed off with an inhaler when they've got a killer lung disease

Struggling to climb stairs without becoming breathless, Pat Crowe couldn't fathom how much his health had deteriorated since being diagnosed with asthma a decade earlier. Despite previously enjoying an active social life, playing darts and supporting...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 

The patients palmed off with an inhaler when they've got a killer lung disease

Struggling to climb stairs without becoming breathless, Pat Crowe couldn't fathom how much his health had deteriorated since being diagnosed with asthma a decade earlier. Despite previously enjoying an active social life, playing darts and supporting...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 
Wellbeing of the poor has deteriorated over past 15 years, says Cafod

Wellbeing of the poor has deteriorated over past 15 years, says Cafod

Education is one of the two most important services discussed by participants in the research. In Uganda, rural communities described large, overcrowded classes without teachers, furniture and teaching materials. Photograph: Alamy The wellbeing of...

 

Rushed nurses 'have to ration care'

Hospital nurses are being forced to "ration care" because they do not have enough time to properly look after patients, a new study suggests. Fundamental aspects of care are "frequently being left undone", researchers found. Almost...

 

Rushed nurses 'have to ration care'

Hospital nurses are being forced to "ration care" because they do not have enough time to properly look after patients, a new study suggests. Fundamental aspects of care are "frequently being left undone", researchers found. Almost...

 

Rushed nurses 'have to ration care'

Hospital nurses are being forced to "ration care" because they do not have enough time to properly look after patients, a new study suggests. Fundamental aspects of care are "frequently being left undone", researchers found. Almost...

 
Road closure due to gas works

Road closure due to gas works

Tweed Street in Berwick will be closed to traffic on August 1. The closure has been requested by Northern Gas in order to carry out new gas service installation work.

 

Rushed nurses 'have to ration care'

Hospital nurses are being forced to "ration care" because they do not have enough time to properly look after patients, a new study suggests. Fundamental aspects of care are "frequently being left undone", researchers found. Almost...

 

Drugged with beer and cocaine and left to freeze to death, 500-year-old mummies of sacrificed Inca children...

Three Inca children whose 500-year-old mummies were found at the top of a 22,000ft volcano in Argentina were drugged with beer and cocaine before being left to freeze to death as human sacrifices. The children included a 13-year-old known as the...

 

Rushed nurses 'have to ration care'

Hospital nurses are being forced to "ration care" because they do not have enough time to properly look after patients, a new study suggests. Fundamental aspects of care are "frequently being left undone", researchers found. Almost...

 

Rushed nurses 'have to ration care'

Hospital nurses are being forced to "ration care" because they do not have enough time to properly look after patients, a new study suggests. Fundamental aspects of care are "frequently being left undone", researchers found. Almost...

 

Exclusive - EU questions data in solar dispute with China

The data, supplied by the Bonn-based consultancy firm Europressedienst, helped to build the Commission's case that Chinese companies were dumping solar panels at below cost in Europe, a dispute defused at the weekend when Beijing and Brussels agreed...

Reuters, 00:11 in Business
 
Man convicted over role in Kenya kidnapping and murder

Man convicted over role in Kenya kidnapping and murder

Ali Babitu Kololo (centre) is led into court in Kenya. Photograph: Murray Sanders/Associated Newspapers/Rex A man has been found guilty of being part of a gang of pirates who murdered a British tourist in Kenya before holding his wife hostage. David...

 

Tanzanian villagers sue African Barrick Gold over 2011 violence

The company said in response to news of the legal action that it would not compensate illegitimate claims or lawsuits, adding that the May 2011 incident had involved violent intruders who invaded the mine while committing criminal acts. "In the...

 


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