Victims of human trafficking often experience noticeable physical abuse. Because trafficking victims are viewed as their captor’s property, most traffickers are extremely skilled in how to carry out the most painful abuse while leaving the smallest amount of evidence (which is also partly why many prefer psychological and financial abuse over extreme physical abuse), because damaging their “product” is bad for business. 33 more words
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Newly unionized in-home health care providers have reached a contract agreement with the state.
About 27,000 home care workers would be paid a minimum of $11 hourly. 87 more words
China is ramping up its response to West Africa’s Ebola crisis with the fourth relief shipment being send off from Shanghai with some 800-tons of aid, worth around 100 million yuan. 71 more words
The role of survivors has proven so valuable to training health care professionals who will be treating Ebola for the first time that thecourse, run by the Ebola response teams for the International Organization of Migration (IOM) and World Health Organization (WHO) is now in high demand, training up to 60 much-needed health care workers a week in Freetown.
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One of the doctors trained in the use of ozone therapy at Hastings named Dr. Kanneh, accidentally stuck himself with an Ebola infected needle, and developed typical Ebola symptoms within three days, as expected.
Dr. Robert Rowen, a leading expert on oxidative therapy, received an invitation by the President of Sierra Leone to bring his team there to teach health care workers how to treat Ebola using ozone therapy. 96 more words
Independent Australia Leong Ng 8 January 2015
Recent revelations in South Australia about alleged errors in Henry Keogh’s life-imprisonment conviction raises serious questions about the use of sham peer reviews to protect rather than to attack. 44 more words