HealthCare

Disciplinary action against Corrective Services staff over drug testing failure

The door to following a disciplinary hearing against the Corrective Services staff regarding an unsuccessful venture of following drug analysing processes has been left ajar by ACT Attorney General

Voluntary recall is out for Summer Infant video monitors

Summer Infant video monitors

A couple of infants lost their lives in the United States due to which there has been a recall of 1.7 million video baby monitors. A voluntary recall had been started by the U.S.

NSW says there is no risk to patients' lives despite a computer system crash

According to the Ambulance Service of NSW, there were no lives at risk in spite of the computer system used to send paramedics for emergency purposes getting infected by a virus for over a day and

Latest robotic therapy can help stroke patients

People who were paralyzed after a stroke can now expect some improvements with help of robotic therapy. This can be done by the help of a therapy which is supported by the robot.

Johnson & Johnson to push for Smith & Nephew deal once again

Johnson & Johnson to push for Smith & Nephew deal once again

As per the latest reports, US Healthcare major Johnson & Johnson may launch a fresh bid for FTSE 100 firm Smith & Nephew.

Users’ Anxiety May Increase With Consumer Genetic Testing

Researchers report direct to consumer genetic testing does not result in any short-term increase in anxiety after receiving the results, whether positive or negative.

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