Frantz Fanon – Portrait: Haki Kweli Shakur Reflections on the treatment of Frantz Fanon and his death from cancer in America by Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson As I continue to endure the worsening complications of prostate cancer and the denial of treatment by US prison authorities, which has lasted for overRead More →

The Kerala High Court recently ordered the state’s Principal Secretary of Health to decide on medical representation aimed at relieving clinical doctors from the responsibility of attending Gram-level administrative committee meetings with the aim of deciding on the list of beneficiaries eligible for financial assistance for kidney dialysis. The petitionerRead More →

Lack of access to clean water has exacerbated a cholera outbreak plaguing Syria’s war-torn provinces, where local authorities are struggling to contain the spread with chlorine tablets and vaccines. More than 35,000 suspected cases of cholera have been reported across the country, according to the UN children’s agency. UNICEF saidRead More →

Continuing with a series of articles coinciding with our exhibit, Caring for the Community: The Development of Medicine in Newry and Morne, this week we examine the impact of the First World War on the careers of local doctors and nurses. Margaret Anderson of Ballinran joined QAIMNS(R) in 1916 andRead More →

Glyn Jones, MD, FACS An experienced healthcare executive and renowned reconstructive surgeon provide proven expertise and advice on the use of near-infrared imaging technology. CALGARY, AB, CANADA, Oct. 25, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Kent Imaging is pleased to announce the appointment of Glyn Jones, MD, FACS as Chief Medical Officer ofRead More →

• Task FG, life after flood states• The State promises a continuous supply of relief materials The Council of Traditional Leaders of the Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Council of Rivers State has called for urgent medical attention for the displaced people. He said the sudden exposure to unpleasant environments in various camps ledRead More →

A Canadian recently died from euthanasia under the country’s medical assistance in dying (MAID) laws, but she admitted in her own obituary that it was a lack of proper medical care, not her illness, which had driven her to choose to die. According Radio-Canada News, Sathya Dhara Kovac, 44, ofRead More →

PERSONAL FINANCES During the Covid-19 pandemic, medical plans saw a drop in claims as members postponed elective procedures or were reluctant to seek medical treatment for non-Covid health issues. This meant that medical plans were running surpluses, with the value of claims being less than premium income. Many plans haveRead More →

CLEVELAND–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Medical Mutual’s Medicare Advantage Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) and Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plans both received the highest rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), 5 stars out of 5, for 2023. This is the second year in a row that the company has been awardedRead More →

Lawyers for an Alabama man facing a serious medical crisis will seek his compassionate release from state prison. After his family sounded the alarm about his deteriorating condition at Elmore Correctional Facility in Elmore, Alabama, 32-year-old Kastellio Vaughan was moved to another facility where he is receiving medical treatment. However,Read More →

Medical aid service providers said yesterday they were being forced to make monthly adjustments to the cost of their services as a survival strategy due to exchange rate disparities. Association of Health Funders of Zimbabwe (AHFoZ) Chief Executive Officer Shylet Sanyanga revealed this at the ongoing AHFoZ conference in VictoriaRead More →

By our representative Civil rights network Mumbai Rises to Save Democracy (MRSD) said it was “distressed to learn” that authorities are failing to provide adequate medical care to incarcerated 65-year-old activist, poet and writer Vernon Gonsalves since 2018 at Bhima Koregaon/Elgar Parishad case.In a statement, MRSD, an umbrella group ofRead More →

New Delhi: A Maharashtra court has ordered the hospitalization of Rakesh Kumar Wadhawan – in Mumbai Central Jail on more money laundering charges since 2019 – noting that getting proper medical help is a right of one prisoner on trial. India time reported that a special court of the PreventionRead More →

In a letter dated Thursday, twelve Republican representatives urged the chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee to prioritize a bill to fund a program that provides medical care to survivors and responders of the 9/11 attacks. September, in light of a “looming funding shortfall”. program is facing. “As youRead More →

Ezrela Dalidia Fanai, NET Correspondent, Mizoram Director General of Police (DGP) of Mizoram – Devesh Chandra Srivastva, IPS today inaugurated the new Police Hospital building at 1st Bn. MAP complex, Armed Veng in Aizawl. The ceremony was attended by senior police officials from the rank of Deputy Superintendent of PoliceRead More →

The company also announces the planned departure of Sylvia Panigone, Ph.D. ZURICH, SWITZERLAND / ACCESSWIRE / September 8, 2022 / NLS Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (Nasdaq: NLSP, NLSPW) (“NLS” or the “Company”), a Swiss clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of innovative therapies for patients with rare and complexRead More →

UPDATE: Around 200 heat-related medical requests have been called in SDSU’s opener at Snapdragon Stadium SAN DIEGO — Several people at Snapdragon Stadium were treated by first responders Saturday amid dangerously hot conditions in the San Diego area, fire officials said. The total number of patients treated and why theyRead More →

The Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (HPPSC) has invited online applications from eligible candidates for recruitment for the post of Ayurvedic Physician (AMO). Candidates can apply for vacancies on the official website hppsc.hp.gov.in till September 24, 2022. The recruitment campaign aims to fill a total of 100 AMO positions. EligibilityRead More →

He said the ministry was strengthening the regulation of private health insurance and medical aid companies. BY TAURAI MANGUDHLA / VANESSA GONYE VICE PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga yesterday threatened to deregister wandering medical aid companies, accusing them of serious professional misconduct, non-compliance with regulations, including misuse of funds and violation ofRead More →

People face an increasingly inhumane situation, limited medical care at the Ter Apel reception center NEW YORK/AMSTERDAM, AUGUST 25, 2022—Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) today began providing medical care to hundreds of people stranded outside the main Dutch reception center for asylum seekers in Ter Apel. There are currently around 700Read More →

Universities and colleges should follow the advice of the province’s chief medical officer of health regarding COVID-19 requirements at their facilities and not invent their own, a government spokesperson said. “Throughout the pandemic, our government has always followed the advice of the Chief Medical Officer of Health. We encourage allRead More →

LITCHFIELD, Ill. (WAND) – A Litchfield ambulance was en route to respond to a medical call when it was involved in a shipwreck and rolled its vehicle onto its roof. According to Litchfield Fire Department Ambulance, at approximately 12:46 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, 817 ambulance responded from Westside Fire Station headingRead More →

TORONTO, August 24, 2022 /CNW/ – Nurosene Health Inc.. (“Nurosene” or the “Company”) (CSE: MEND) (Frankfurt: 8TV) (OTC: MNNDF), a company focused on developing AI-Healthtech solutions for the health and wellness, neurodegeneration and oncology, appoints neurosurgeons, Douglas James (DJ) Cook as Chief Medical Officer. Nurosene Health Inc. Logo (CNW Group/NuroseneRead More →

By Tony Morain Over the past 7 days, Direct Relief has delivered 506 medical aid shipments requested in 47 US states and territories and 11 countries around the world. The shipments contained 3.7 million defined daily doses of medicationincluding rare disease therapies, hypothyroidism medications, syringes, PPE and more. Last week,Read More →

Aya, only 10 years old, was hospitalized with severe meningitis. “I have a headache and I can’t see clearly” she says The first floor pediatric ward, where Aya was admitted, was only recently renovated with the support of PIN. Before construction crews arrived, the first floor was bombed; a skeletalRead More →

Representative image. News18 The online application process for recruitment for the post of Medical Adviser will soon be closed by the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC). Those interested and eligible to apply for the vacancies can do so on the official web portal until August 17. The recruitment campaign aimsRead More →

The Hope-for-the-Rejected-Project-provides-treatment-for-people-with-mental-disabilities A non-governmental organization, Willingway Foundation, in collaboration with the Ghana Health Foundation, has started a program to rid the streets of Kumasi of the mentally ill. With help from the Ghana Health Service, Social Welfare and the Police, the group removed 10 mentally disabled women from the streetsRead More →

#TheBahamas, August 5, 2022 – The Bahamas will host the first Caribbean Regional Heads of Government Meeting in preparation for COP27 in Nassau, Bahamas on August 16-17, 2022. The inaugural event is presented by the Government of the Bahamas with the aim of developing a regional position on climate changeRead More →

After CMO Paul Kelly recently likened COVID deaths to “harvest,” a disabled woman Siobhan Simper says she feels disappointed and urges state and federal governments to reconsider their current approach to COVID. At the Australian Medical Association (AMA) national conference on Friday, Federal Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Paul Kelly answeredRead More →

The Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) recommends that increases in medical aid contributions for 2023 remain at or below inflation (5.7%). The association’s latest circular found that in the context of the current economic climate – characterized by runaway inflation and rising interest rates – dues increases above inflation areRead More →

Let me also note that the freight of words is affected by who speaks them. Patients – perhaps as a result of delirium associated with sepsis or certain neurological disorders – may not control their speech; People prone to coprolalia related to Tourette’s syndrome should not be denied medical treatmentRead More →

SOMERVILLE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–July 26, 2022– Generate Biomedicines, whose machine learning-based generative biology platform can rapidly invent new drugs in a wide range of previously unobtainable protein modalities and protein therapies, announced today that Alexandra Snyder, MD , was appointed chief medical officer to oversee all clinical matters. This press releaseRead More →