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In Maha GMCs, 60% posts of medical teachers vacant

The Times of India 29 May 2022
The state government recently announced that it will start a new government medical college in Amravati ... The state has failed to appoint 60% teachers in the existing 22 medical colleges ... But the state government is not serious about it,” said Dr Sameer Golawar, state secretary of Maharashtra State Medical TeachersAssociation (MSMTA).
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Folwell spurs bipartisan NC House medical debt overhaul bill

Winston-Salem Journal 29 May 2022
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, now an affiliate of Atrium, was reported with receiving state tax exemptions worth $210.3 million, while providing $54.8 million in charity care ... The bill is similar to legislation in other states’ consumer-protection laws that seek to protect families from the impact of medical debt on Americans.
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 29 May 2022
Mattingly will lead and direct Arvest's consumer lending efforts across the bank's four-state footprint. MEDICAL ... Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board awarded a Fulbright Specialist Grant to University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy professor Geoffrey M.
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Insulin prices: Why California, Washington and Maine may produce treatments

Deseret News 29 May 2022
Freedom to innovate The United States is not a leader in trying to wrestle medication costs under control ... That’s very much on the table for the three states that recently passed bills aimed at crafting a version of medications for the public good ... Washington Collaboration is appealing across state public medication efforts.
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NMC check delay hits city hospital’s PG plan

The Times of India 29 May 2022
The plan to start post-graduate courses at Capital Hospital is facing uncertainty with the National Medical Commission (NMC) yet to visit the facility to conduct inspection ... The state is keen to open more PG courses in medical colleges and hospitals to meet the shortage of faculty.
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Issues with EMS must get a higher priority

The Vindicator 29 May 2022
The Emergency Medical Services concerns we’ve been hearing about are not unique to the Mahoning Valley. It’s a state and national problem ... Some emergency medical technicians wages are comparable to those of a fast-food worker ... Akron, like many major cities, uses a firefighter / medic staffing model.
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Maharashtra: Nurses intensify stir; surgeries hit

The Times of India 29 May 2022
Over 10,000 nurses from state-run hospitals intensified their two-day stir by beginning an indefinite strike on Saturday. The nurses are protesting a move by the state department of medical education (DMER) to outsource hiring of nurses among other issues.
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Medical next week: Star due in London to finalise Tottenham transfer

Caughtoffside 29 May 2022
The experienced Croatia international is due in London next week for a medical with Spurs, and Romano states in the tweet below that he will sign a new-year contract to join the north London side, linking up once again with former Inter manager Antonio Conte ... Medical next week ... The post Medical next week.
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Burned out by COVID and 80-hour workweeks, resident physicians unionize

Finger Lakes Times 29 May 2022
Lorenzo González, then a second-year resident of family medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, ran on fumes, working as many as 80 hours a week in the ICU ... Residents are newly minted physicians who have finished medical school and must spend three to seven years training at established teaching hospitals before they can practice independently.
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The Blackfeet Nation’s plight underscores the fentanyl crisis on reservations

Finger Lakes Times 29 May 2022
She followed the ambulance into Browning, hoping that Littledog had just forgotten to take his heart medication and would recover ... In Montana, the opioid overdose death rate for Indigenous people was twice that of white people from 2019 to 2021, according to the state Department of Public Health and Human Services.
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Mistletoe and the Emerging Future of Integrative Oncology

Mercola 29 May 2022
In parts of South and Central America, all over Southeast Asia and India, in different parts of Europe, this is just part of their medical system It's just in the United States where we have a little bit of resistance to embracing it into our conventional medical system.
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North Korea discusses revising COVID curbs, outbreak 'improving'

Asahi News 29 May 2022
The isolated country has been fighting an unprecedented COVID wave since declaring a state of emergency and imposing a nationwide lockdown this month, fuelling concerns about lack of vaccines, medical supplies and food.
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N Korea discusses revising Covid curbs, outbreak 'improving'

Gulf Daily News 29 May 2022
The isolated country has been fighting an unprecedented Covid wave since declaring a state of emergency and imposing a nationwide lockdown this month, fuelling concerns about lack of vaccines, medical supplies and food. .
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N.Korea discusses revising COVID curbs, outbreak 'improving'

Reuters 29 May 2022
... outbreak was "improving", state media reported ... The isolated country has been fighting an unprecedented COVID wave since declaring a state of emergency and imposing a nationwide lockdown this month, fuelling concerns about lack of vaccines, medical supplies and food.
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Baby formula shortage hits lower-income homes and families of color

The CT Mirror 29 May 2022
Robyn Anderson, a pastor at Blackwell AME Zion Church in Hartford and co-founder of the Ministerial Health Fellowship, a health care advocacy network based in the state’s Black churches ...That’s why it’s important for us as community organizations as well as for the state … to get innovative about ways that we can ensure women have access.

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