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Eleven Class of 2021 members will enter military medicine residency | News | Campbell University – Campbell University News

The Class of 2021 will continue the School of Osteopathic Medicines proud tradition of having approximately 10 graduates per year enter military residency programs.

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CMV: Fetal and neonatal therapies improve prognosis of congenital infection – Outbreak News Today – Outbreak News Today

A cross-institutional research group has revealed for the first time in the world that infants with symptomatic congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection who were treated with a combination of immunoglobulin fetal therapy and neonatal therapy with antiviral drugs were less likely to experience the severe aftereffects associated with the infection than those who only received the neonatal therapy.

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ACLU sues to make medication abortion accessible on Guam – The Guam Daily Post

The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Thursday in the federal court on Guam to challenge two local laws the ACLU contends are blocking access to legal and safe abortions on the island. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of two Guam-licensed doctors, Shandini Raidoo and Bliss Kaneshiro, who are both board-certified obstetrician-gynecologists based in Hawaii. They'd like to provide medication abortion via telemedicine to Guam patients.

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Div Com visits Srinagar hospitals, takes stock of healthcare facilities during snowfall – United News of India

Srinagar, Jan 4 (UNI) Amid snowfall, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir Pandurang K Pole on Monday visited different hospitals and took stock of functioning and healthcare facilities being provided to patients in the city. Taking on spot stock of functioning of hospital during snowfall, the Div Com visited to SMSH, Chest Disease and Lal Ded Maternity hospital. During visit, the Div Com inspected various blocks and wards including OPD, Operation Theatres, Gynae wards, general wards, parking facilities and interacted with a number of patients to have first-hand feedback from them about the quality of services being provided.

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Mother and Child Hospital still far from completion – DAWN.com

RAWALPINDI: Another year passed, but the construction work on the 400-bed Mother and Child Hospital on Asghar Mall could not be completed and the project may take one more year for completion. The project worth Rs2.5 billion was launched in 2005 in the tenure of then military ruler Pervez Musharraf

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Experts: Too soon to call it a second wave – The Tribune

Naina MishraTribune News ServiceChandigarh, November 20 For the fourth consecutive day, the city recorded over 100 cases and is pacing towards a second wave.

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Monique’s best friend on Katlego Maboe: ‘He’s not the guy you see on TV’ | You – News24

Katlego Maboe faced backlash after he admitted to cheating on his partner in a confrontation video (Photo: Misha Jordaan) To millions of South Africans, he was the friendly face on breakfast TV, the guy with the infectious grin and boyish charm on adverts for an insurance giant. Katlego Maboe seemed to have a bright future ahead of him

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Rising Recovery Rate, Falling Active Covid-19 Cases Prove Success of Containment Strategy: Harsh Vardhan – Yahoo Singapore News

The continuously rising national recovery rate and progressively falling active cases of coronavirus infection have proven the success of COVID-19 containment strategy, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said on Wednesday. After inaugurating radiodiagnostic facilities and an MBBS student hostel in Bhatinda through a video link, he expressed deep gratitude to the dedicated efforts by all corona warriors and expressed grief over the death of those who sacrificed their lives saving others, according to a health ministry statement

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Talking taboos around womens health – Kent Online

SPONSORED EDITORIAL A charity webinar discussing various intimate issues and taboos around womens health will take place in early November and feature leading health experts. Hosted by Bella Vou Pantiles Clinic in Tunbridge Wells , the Womens Intimate Health Webinar will offer simple solutions to women with the aim of helping them feel their best during any stage of life. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE EVENT With tickets costing 15, the event will take place on Thursday, November 12 between 7pm and 9pm

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More OPDs in GMSH-16, Chandigarh open path to normalcy – The Tribune

Tribune News Service Chandigarh, October 19 Government Multi-Specialty Hospital (GMSH), Sector 16, today resumed its out-patient departments (OPDs) with 150 registrations in the skin, orthopaedics and surgery wings. Dr Amandeep Kang, Director (Health Services), UT 4 major surgeries As many as 1,084 patients visited the OPDs, including those that were functioning previously

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Surgical Suture Market 2020 Industry Research, Segmentation, Key Players Analysis and Forecast to 2025 – The Think Curiouser

COVID-19 impact will also be included and considered for forecast. Global Surgical Suture Market research report provides detail information about Market Introduction, Market Summary, Global market Revenue (Revenue USD), Market Drivers, Market Restraints, Market Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, Regional and Country Level. Surgical Suture Market Size Covers Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, CAGR, Trends, Forecast And Business Opportunity.

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‘It’s Ok To Feel Vulnerable, Weak’: Swastika Mukherjee On Her Mental Health Journey And Why She Talks Openly About It – HuffPost India

If you or someone you know needs help, call 1800-599-0019 to reach KIRAN, a 24/7 national helpline set by the ministry of social justice. You can also mail icall@tiss.edu or dial 022-25521111 (Monday-Saturday, 8am to 10pm) to reach iCall, a psychosocial helpline set up by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS).

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Why You Need to Know About the Painful, Silent Phenomena of Missed Miscarriage – Yahoo Eurosport UK

From Women's Health *Trigger warning: miscarriage and baby loss* If you have not been through a miscarriage, your might imagine certain images, when the topic comes up. Maybe pain; definitely blood.

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Covid-19: How provinces are catching up on elective procedures – News24

NEWS As South Africa prepared for the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, hospitals had to come up with plans to deal with the expected influx of infected patients.

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How provinces are catching up on elective surgical procedures – Daily Maverick

Dwindling numbers of Covid-19 cases have enabled many hospitals to start the catch-up plans to deal with the backlog in surgical procedures.

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Helping to highlight the agony of endometriosis for women – Impartial Reporter

A FERMANAGH woman in her early twenties has detailed her experience of seeking an endometriosis diagnosis and the struggle she faced on waiting lists. The young woman, who did not wish to be named as she feared that it would have a negative impact on her further seeking treatment, told this newspaper about her struggles with endometriosis (see panel)

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Weapons and ammunition found in unoccupied section of Bara hospital – TimesLIVE

An assortment of weapons was found in one of the unoccupied doctors' quarters at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital in the early hours of Sunday. The health department said it consisted of 47 bullets, three 9mm hand guns, two pepper sprays, two handcuffs, one SAPS reflector vest and a police cap. They were discovered at the vacant quarters, which is due to be renovated, by security officers during a routine patrol.

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Coordinated strategy to be devised to resolve traffic issues – The News International

FAISALABAD: The coordinated strategy will be devised to redress the traffic issues on durable basis in the city. The planning and measures of Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning Agency (TEPA) under the supervision of Faisalabad Development Authority would be made successful with the collaboration of concerned departments and agencies. It was said by FDA Chairman/MPA Ch Latif Nazar while chairing a meeting held to review the planning of the TEPA relating to the city traffic management.

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Covid 19 : 6th New Death, 29 New Case and Total Confirmed Stands 1939 In Sikkim – Sikkim News

Covid 19 : 6th New Death, 29 New Case and Total Confirmed Stands 1939 In Sikkim Pakyong, 08 Sep : As per the Sikkim State Health Dept Daily Bulletin as on 7 Sept until 8 AM in Morning 29 new cases is reported with cumulative total standing now is 1939. 6th death is reported where in 27 male man with MDR case succumbed to Covid 19 in East Sikkim of which details shall be covered in 8 Sep report Dept told on 7 Sep Sep Bulletin. New 29 , Total Tests Conducted 43661, Total Active Cases 538, Cured & Discharged 1396, Cumulative Total 1939 Total Covid-19 Positive Cases Reported today = 29 ( 23 on RTPCR, 2 on TruNat and 4 on RAT).Break-up of Cases on RTPCR:6 from Begha, Dentam (first batch labourers of a construction company)5 Kyongsha Transit camp (second batch labourers of a construction company)2 from Rhenock CHC staff1 from IBM, Rangpo.1 from Lower Aho1 from below Hotel Lemon Tree Gangtok1 from Daragaon (Meterological building)1 from Upper Sichey area1 Arithang behind CS Rai Secondary school1 from Gairigaon below Ayurvedic hospital2 from Samman Bhawan security staff1 from Baluwakhani areaBreak-up of Cases on TruNat:1 from Vajra area1 from Tathangchen(admitted at Gynae Ward)Break-up of Cases on Rapid Antigen Testing:1 from 32 number, Radung1 from Rangpo1 from Singtam District Hospital staff1 from 14 mile Sang Khola areaSource IPR GOS

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Coronavirus: Tyrone mum’s anger as daughter’s operation postponed twice – BBC News

Image caption Aisling McCrory says she has exhausted all communication channels with both the Western and Belfast Health Trusts where her daughter has been a patient The mother of a 16-year-old County Tyrone girl has said the health system has let her daughter down after an operation on her ankle was postponed twice since January. Dearbhaile McCrory fractured her ankle six years ago. Despite having had several operations, she remains on crutches and wears a medical boot

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Women urged to take health seriously FBC News – FBC News

Women have been strongly urged to become more health-conscious given the increasing number of cancer cases in the country. While launching the Gynae Month in Suva, Head of Gynecology at the CWM Hospital Dr. Moape Bavou revealed that six cases of cervical cancer are diagnosed every month

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Why you might need a C-section – Northglen News

South Africa has one of the highest rates of C-sections in the world, with two in three mothers in private hospitals giving birth via C-Section. Researchers believe that this is mainly because C-sections have become elective procedures based on convenience instead of medical necessity especially in the private sector. This alarming trend towards having an elective C-section means that healthy pregnant women who would otherwise be able to have a vaginal birth are choosing to have a C-section because its the new norm.

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Eve’s Campaign to raise awareness on cancers affecting women – FBC News

The Fiji Cancer Society today launched another campaign to raise awareness of cancers that affect the female reproductive system. According to the Chief Executive Belinda Chan, through Eves Campaign they will create awareness not only on breast cancer but other types of cancers that affect women

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Peoria school board hears opposition to remote learning on first day of school – Chillicothe Times-Bulletin

PEORIA Lori Teverbaugh spoke to the Peoria Public Schools Board of Education on Monday night on behalf of her son, Ian, an incoming senior at Richwoods High School. She expressed concern about the negative effects of remote learning on students in the district. Then Ian spoke on his own behalf

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Obstetrics and Gynecology News and Events Penn Medicine

Read the lastest news about the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Join us in welcoming Dr. Elizabeth Howell, MD, MPP as the new chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania effective September 1

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