Archive | October 2015

Doctor convicted in overdose deaths of 3 patients

LOS ANGELES –  The second-degree murder convictions this week of a Los Angeles-area physician were the first against a U.S. doctor for recklessly prescribing drugs, the Los Angeles district attorney’s office said.
Dr. Hsiu-Ying “Lisa” Tseng was convicted of murder on Friday in a landmark case for…
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Faulty eye product costs 13 Spaniards their sight: officials

A faulty substance used in eye operations has cost 13 Spaniards their sight in one eye and left 28 other patients also suffering injuries, health authorities announced Saturday.

Government medical agency AEMPS said in a statement that it was “aware of 41 cases o…
Source:Faulty eye product costs 13 Spaniards their sight: officials

U.N. and ICRC chide states for ‘paralysis’ in face of conflict

By Tom Miles
GENEVA (Reuters) – U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and International Committee of the Red Cross President Peter Maurer made what they called an “unprecedented joint warning” on Saturday for states to stop conflicts, respect international law and aid refug…
Source:U.N. and ICRC chide states for ‘paralysis’ in face of conflict

U.N. and ICRC chide states for ‘paralysis’ in face of conflict

By Tom Miles
GENEVA (Reuters) – U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and International Committee of the Red Cross President Peter Maurer made what they called an “unprecedented joint warning” on Saturday for states to stop conflicts, respect inter…
Source: U.N. and ICRC chide states for ‘paralysis’ in face of conflict

Faulty eye product costs 13 Spaniards their sight: officials

A faulty substance used in eye operations has cost 13 Spaniards their sight in one eye and left 28 other patients also suffering injuries, health authorities announced Saturday.

Government medical agency AEMPS said in a statement that it was “aware of 41 cases of …
Source: Faulty eye product costs 13 Spaniards their sight: officials

U.N. and ICRC chide states for ‘paralysis’ in the face of conflict

GENEVA (Reuters) – U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and International Committee of the Red Cross President Peter Maurer made what they called an “unprecedented joint warning” on Saturday for states to stop conflicts, respect international law and aid refugees.
“In the…
Source:U.N. and ICRC chide states for ‘paralysis’ in the face of conflict

Father of Injured Oklahoma High School Student Speaks Out

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