1400: baby is four hours past normal nap time and showing signs of impending doom.
1401: mom is desperate for baby to sleep.
1403: mom is considering hitting the nog early tonight. 490 more words
“It gets a bit stretched,” says Dr Joanne Topping. As a description of the growing pressures the consultant obstetrician and her colleagues in the maternity unit at Liverpool women’s hospital are under, that turns out to be a notable understatement. 2,565 more words
The shift from paper documents to electronic medical records means that more healthcare staff than ever before have simultaneous access to confidential and highly sensitive patient information. 684 more words
Less than half of people living with dementia have a formal diagnosis, official figures show.
The rate has improved only slightly – from 46 per cent to 48 per cent – over the last two years. 343 more words
Medical professionals and a sexual health charity say some doctors in parts of the UK are failing to follow testing guidelines for HIV.
Staff from Britain’s largest NHS trust, Barts Health, say clinicians in areas where infection rates are higher than average are not offering tests routinely, as recommended. 583 more words