Medical News:

Kent woman praises medical detection dog for saving life
…Pal is a medical detection dog. The Labrador uses his powerful sense of smell…


Good Samaritan Oxford University medical student tracked down
…A medical student who came to the aid of a man on a train has been tracked down… medication failed. Oxford University medical student Rebecca te Water Naude stepped… Parkinson's and his medication had stopped working, so I offered to help him get off…


Newspaper headlines: ATM thefts and medical blunders
Medical blunders, a risk to the power grid and a possible dissident republican… front page, the Belfast Telegraph says that settling legal claims after medicalmedical negligence claims are costing the health service here £215,000 every day…


Leedstown driver dies in crash 'during medical episode'
…A man died in a car crash as he suffered a suspected medical episode, police…


Arrested man waited eight hours for medical treatment
…A man seriously injured while being arrested did not receive medical treatment…


Africa Live: Buhari says medical tourism too costly
…Nigeria loses $1.1bn (£837m) every year, he says. US revokes visa of war crimes prosecutor Fatou Bensouda. Nigeria denies 80 foreign embassies closing down. Rival Libyan force moves towards capital. Belgium sorry for mixed-race kidnappings…


The 90-year-old hospital volunteer
Medical Centre in Nottingham, where she greets and directs visitors and patients…


Inverness taxi driver may have had medical episode before crash
… a "medical episode". The taxi driver suffered from emphysema, a type of chronic… and not his medical condition. The sheriff said: "At the outset of the inquiry I extended…


Medical cannabis: Cardiff parents of boy with epilepsy demand oil
… families in Westminster to call for more access to medical cannabis. It was legalised… and unwell. The 16 families will hand in a petition at Downing Street calling for medical… and social care select committee about medical cannabis. Home Secretary Sajid Javid said…


In pictures: Sri Lanka's day of deadly attacks
… in the cities' morgues. Here, exhausted medical staff take a rest outside the morgue…







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