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US health care system: A patchwork that no one likes

What does the future look like for a system largely referred to as broken?


NHS operations: 280,000 more 'could be carried out with better schedules'

A watchdog has found that 280,000 more non-emergency operations could be carried out by NHS hospitals a year if schedules were better organised, it has been reported.

United Kingdom

Mother finds her baby’s coffin empty when it was exhumed

Lydia Reid's son was just days old when he died in 1975 - last month she discovered no human remains were found in his coffin.


Diver dies after being pulled from sea near Oban

The alarm was raised after the man got into difficulties while diving in the Sound of Mull near Oban.

United States

Honduras man living in Miami charged with trying to bomb a mall

(Reuters) - A Honduras citizen with sympathies to ISIS and residing in Miami appeared in federal court on Monday on a charge of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction in a planned attack on a crowded Miami shopping mall, the U.S. Justice Departmen


Patients most at risk of heart attack and stroke less likely to get statins

Patients with the highest risk of suffering heart attacks and strokes are not being prescribed statins despite a major NHS drive to put more people on the drug, a major study reveals today.


Dead monkey prompts Sao Paulo to step up yellow fever vaccination

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Health authorities launched a yellow fever vaccination campaign on the north side of Brazil's largest city over the weekend after a dead monkey was found infected with the disease, state and city officials said on Monday.

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