Eye pain can be caused by many reasons. This article divides such conditions and enumerates that causes attributed to this condition.
Ian Paterson, 59, denied 20 counts of wounding with intent against nine women and one man at Nottingham Crown Court. Financial gain may have been the motive.
Citizens are warned of getting in contact with Amy Suzanne Pohlman as she is practicing as a Health Care Professional without an active, valid Florida license.
Recent studies suggest that DNA instructions in a child's genetics have the tendency to prefer one parent over the other.
Pneumonia remains the most infectious killer for children under the age of five. As such, two Michigan experts are sharing some key information on how to avoid it.
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Latest techniques in removing breast cancer tumors through a non-surgical technique have been successfully performed. The pioneering surgery took place at the Southend Hospital in Essex.
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The new genes can help doctors identify patients who are at-risk and target treatments. The genes have found to be linked to high blood pressure.
Specialists are calling-to-arms against the overuse and underuse of health and medical services.
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A new report has suggested that doctors have been wasting two-thirds of their time doing paperwork. What could have been the underlying reasons behind this situation?
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.