Paying heed to increasing concerns to the effect on GP practices a bid to set up the first pharmacy on the Uists has been turned down.
Local Pharmacies Limited informed that they detected public backing for chemists at Balivanich on Benbecula. This is an island lying between North and South Uist.
An inquest ordered after the death of a young boy following a heart surgery in Bristol heard that his brain was damaged due to a heart attack. He was seven years old and was expected to totally recover after the operation.
Luke Jenkins the little boy, underwent heart surgery at Bristol Children's Hospital in March 2012.
Experts have warned that `mutant super rats' have developed resistance to poison used to kill them. Rats are enjoying poison as if it is just food for them. Pest controllers have reported the woes of Edinburg residents who are baffled over the fact that despite giving poison to rats, they have not been able to get rid of them.
British scientists have developed software to better the plight of doctors and pregnant women that they suffer during difficult deliveries. Well, doctors will now be able to rehearse difficult births with the help of `virtual birthing simulator', which is computer software designed for individual patients.
Following warnings of the coming up winter crisis the British Prime Minister David Cameron is sending in an extra £150million into A&E departments. The additional funds were sent to NHS trusts following claims by doctors that A&E departments were on the verge of collapsing.
Every fifth Briton who is HIV positive is not aware of his condition as per latest figures. Out of 98,400 with HIV, 21,900 don't know they have it, according to the 2012 information from Public Health England, despite the fact that the figures are relatively lower than last year.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has found proof that care for the older people is insufficient and they had to wait for a really long time to see a specialist.
Latest detailed study of four hospitals did by the NHS watchdog have revealed insufficient staff, issues in A&E, poor care for the older patients and patients confronting very long waiting hours for medication.
Time duration of up to 10 hours a week is being spent on official procedures by NHS doctors and nurses, according to a Government review.
The report reveals that over £1 billion every year is spent by the health service in gathering and inspecting data. As much as 70% of employees reveal the load of formalities has increased in the previous five years.
According to a major report, rte of people surviving from cancer is not better than the survival rate in Eastern Europe.
In Slovenia and the Czech Republic, after a period of five years, women suffering from cervical cancer in the UK are less expected to survive with the disease as compared to its types.
The new National Graphene Institute in Manchester had made safer condoms, the first product that is developed.
Scientists have been awarded with an amount of $100,000 (£60,000) by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation so as to build stronger, thinner condoms from the latest `wonder material'.
A hospital which has set up exceptional measures over information errors has lost £60,000 worth of funds for not reaching its targets. Colchester Hospital missed its 98 percent focus of composing a release synopsis for patients inside 24 hours during recent months.
A 17 year old teenaged girl has become the youngest stem cell donor in the world recently and her stem cells were given to someone who wasn't related to her.
The bone marrow register confirmed that Victoria Rathmill, donated her stem cells when a blood cancer patient's blood sample was found to match hers.
A kid of 10 has composed an extremely sentimental letter to Santa requesting him to cure his father from a cancer that's killing his dad.
10 year old Ronnie Harris has requested Father Christmas to just grant his one wish which is to make his dad get better from the fatal cancer.
Recently, a research has taken place by a group of researchers from the Leiden University Medical Centre in the Netherlands.
Study researchers have carried out the research to know about what is the best time to take aspirin. In order to know the same, 290 heart patients were enrolled.
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