OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Poisoning Children: Some Horrible History
Pardon the sensationalism in the title of this post, but be assured that it is accurate. I am writing about a tragedy in which a company made poisonous cough syrup, killed children, and largely, got a... Posted on 4/2/12 at 12:09 PM
HEALTHBEAT Everyday heroes
When you're a member ofan ambulance crew, you never quite know what your day will bring. These are medicine's everyday heroes - the emergency medical technicians and paramedics whose work is stressful... Posted on 5/17/11 at 7:04 AM
REPRINT 1961: Bill Me, Thrill Me
I would be so pleased to get a $3 bill from any medical issue that I would pay it with a smile.... Posted on 5/8/11 at 11:00 AM
CAPITOL CHATTER Drug disposal bill OK'd
The House approved a measure encouraging counties to accept unused prescription drugs.
It also explains the proper procedure for getting rid of the medicines.
“All too often unused prescription ... Posted on 3/25/10 at 1:13 PM
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A new report from the Minnesota Health Department finds the number of medical mistakes in Minnesota hospitals fell slightly last year. And those mistakes were generally less severe than in previous years.
CHRIS WILLIAMS,Associated Press Writer
, January 14, 2010
FARGO - When Cori Scott was rushed to Fargo’s Innovis Health on a January night, she didn’t recognize her mother and fought the staff. Caught in four-point restraints, she slipped into a comatose state.
Dr. Rodney J. Lee, whose license to practice medicine in North Dakota was suspended last week, was fined $6,279 in 2007 for violating Minnesota rules regarding X-ray equipment at a clinic he owns in Moorhead.
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