According to a latest report, about 70 people at the national centre for medical genetics at Our Lady's hospital in Crumlin have never been informed about the fact they are potentially at risk of inherited cardiac disease.
After drug Marley led five people to be admitted in intensive care in Victoria, authorities concerned have decided to ban the drug.
The drug has been named after the reggae icon Bob Marley. The synthetic drug will get banned from Tuesday and those who will be found having the drug will face imprisonment of 15 years.
It has been announced that a £7m sports centre and swimming pool will be opened in Sheffield. According to the plans, the facility will be built on the Thorncliffe Recreation Ground, in High Green. This is aimed to replace pools in Chapeltown and Stocksbridge.
Britain's second largest pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has sought marketing authorization for its nasally administered four-strain flu vaccine Fluenz Tetra. The approval has been granted by the European Commission.
NHS Clinical Commissioners have carried out a survey, as per which many believe that CCGs will be better suited for the role of commissioning GP services.
In fact, the survey report has found that over 40% CCGs are of the view that NHS England does not share the same vision for primary care. The survey has been based on the view points of 273 CCG managerial, clinical and financial leads.
Healing facilities in the Illawarra-Shoalhaven Local Health District contrast favourably and those around the state in a report that takes a gander at passings accompanying hospitalisation for certain conditions.
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