State.ie (formerly State Magazine) is an Irish website and formerly a monthly music magazine, which launched in April 2008 and ceased to print in January 2009 having published a total of ten issues. The magazine continues online and was voted Best Music Site in 2008 and Best Web Publication in 2010 in the Irish Web Awards. Originally the concept of the magazine involved a hard copy of which there was a charge to purchase, however after six issues it was decided to make the magazine's content free both online and in print. The first issue, April 2008, appeared on Irish shelves on 6 March 2008 and featured Michael Stipe of R.E.M. on the cover. This immediately garnered comparisons between the new magazine's similarities with Hot Press who featured Stipe on their cover at the same time, a move widely thought to be an attempt by Hot Press to stifle State's status as a serious 'alternative' to the more established local magazine. At a price of €5.50, State charged €2 more than Hot Press.
BURLINGTON — A state medical practice hearing board is recommending the revocation of the license for a former Central Vermont doctor, who has been sued by two mothers on claims he secretly used his sperm — instead of the intended donor’s — to impregnate the women more than 40 years ago ... “It’s kind of like medical rape,” she said under questioning.
Taking no chances amidst concerns over the spread of new variant of Covid, the state government has ramped up production of medical oxygen ... During the second wave, around 300 tonnes of medical oxygen was being produced in the state ... Medical oxygen is being produced in the state by both private companies and hospitals.
Associate JusticesJimmy Genovese, of Opelousas, and Jay McCallum, of Farmerville, posed questions about the limits of at will employment, probing how far private employers or employees can take the freedoms of the state’s at-will doctrine and how much the accommodations for unvaccinated healthcare employees mirror medical treatments.
Faircloth also framed Ochsner Health the non-profit corporation as a health care worker required to follow the state’s informed consent statute, which typically applies to doctors and patients when deciding upon medical care ... Ochsner Health declined to answer questions about how many employees were granted medical or religious exemptions.
Medics got the call around midnight that four people may have been shot ...Monson and his fellow firefighter/medics found 15 victims ... I would like to publicly recognize the following people with a letter of appreciation stating Medic 10 ... Megan Roesler Medic 5 ... SarahReasoner Medic 18 ...Anthony Probasco Medic 22 ... Lance Thompson Medic 4 ... Thomas Svihel Medic 8.
“He has in fact done this with another state agency, so it is not a hollow threat.” ... The misinformation policy adopted in September aligned the official position of the board with the stance of the Federation of State Medical Boards, an overarching association of similar licensing officials.
SANTA FE – A group of independent physicians and medical practices say they are preparing to close their offices or curtail work Dec. 31 unless New Mexico revises its new medical malpractice law – a development they say would worsen the state’s chronic shortage of health care providers.
The state reported 24 Covid cases on Tuesday ... “All the nine persons who tested positive for Omicron variant are on path to recovery,” said Dr Sudhir Bhandari, principal and controller, SMS Medical College. While the state is witnessing spike in Covid cases, children have also been found infected with the virus.
Currently, the state allows marijuana use only for medical reasons. John Payne, campaign manager for LegalMissouri 2022, noted the state residents approved the medical marijuana question with nearly 66% of the vote in 2018 ... After the cost of administering the state’s regulator ...
Chinese Foreign Ministry's spokesperson Zhao Lijian on Tuesday questioned the qualification of the UnitedStates that disregards democracy to hold a summit on democracy. He said that the United States had failed to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic despite having the most abundant medical resources and the most advanced medical technologies.
(AP) — A driver for the state’s medical transport service who was involved in a crash that killed a 77-year-old woman he was driving home from a dialysis appointment has been charged with driving under the influence and without a license, police and the governor’s office ...
StateSurgeon GeneralJoseph Ladapo’s new PSA has angered physicians and medical experts who say the focus should be on COVID prevention and more proven treatments, especially as Florida on Tuesday saw its first confirmed case of the new omicron variant ... —Inhaled Budesonide, a medication commonly used for asthma patients.
And while there have been upgrades in treatment facilities, like the availability of beds equipped with oxygen, and the testing apparatus, the most significant change is the production of medical oxygen within the state ... We don’t want a repeat,” said Dr Anjali Kaul, medical superintendent at Artemis Hospitals.