The Maritime provinces have removed proof of vaccination requirements in non-essential services, such as gymnasiums, restaurants and entertainment centers, and some welcome the change. “It’s such a relief, because I keep saying we’ve wasted years of our lives over the last six months, waiting for people to poke around, checkRead More →

The Maritime provinces have removed proof of vaccination requirements at non-essential services, like gyms, restaurants and entertainment centres, and some are welcoming the change. “It’s such a relief, because I keep saying we’ve wasted years of our lives the last six months, waiting for people to dig it out, goRead More →

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Today, Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) Secretary Jen Smith virtually joined State Representative Dan Miller, Prevention Point Pittsburgh, stakeholders and advocates to discuss the Illegal fentanyl in Allegheny County and throughout Pennsylvania, and the importance of harm reduction strategies. The virtual roundtable included information onRead More →

LANSING — The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and District No. 10 Health Department have withdrawn their public health advisory on masking in indoor public places. According to a press release from DHD #10, Michigan has entered the post-surge recovery phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cases and hospitalizationsRead More →

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The Springfield Department of Health and Human Services is partnering with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic during the February vacation. The clinic will be at Bounce! Trampoline Park at 1250 St. James Avenue. This clinic will take place fromRead More →

This morning Pharmacy Guild of Australia National President Professor Trent Twomey and Queensland Branch President Chris Owen provided evidence in support of a trial on the full scope of community pharmacists in North Queensland when investigating the provision of primary, allied and private healthcare, aged care and NDIS care servicesRead More →

SOUTHAMPTON’s largest hospital is seeing ‘unprecedented’ levels of demand despite a drop in emergency room admissions last month. Southampton University Hospital said it faced “significant pressure” with five hospital wards reserved for Covid patients. Now the Trust is urging residents to help the hospital by thinking about how best toRead More →

The federal government has denied the RATs are being diverted after several pharmacies claimed their orders were “seized”. The Federal Government has denied claims by retailers across Australia that their orders for rapid antigen tests were being ‘seized’ as the national shortage continues. “No warrant has been issued by theRead More →

Starting January 10, several groups of essential workers will be eligible for free emergency child care. The province has announced more measures to support parents, children and child care workers as the pandemic continues. Education Minister Stephen Lecce said that from January 10, optional and unsuitable N95 masks will beRead More →

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., January 4, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Disc Medicine, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of new treatments for patients with severe hematologic disease, today announced the appointment of Jay T. Backstrom, MD, MPH, to its board of directors, and the appointment of RahulRead More →

Georgia’s Department of Public Health is urging residents to avoid gatherings over the New Year’s holidays and get tested for COVID-19 before attending events if they cannot be avoided. Spokesman Logan Boss of the Northwestern Georgia 10 County Health District said testing before going out to celebrate the holidays isRead More →

Job description: Under the supervision of the Correctional Services Health Administrator, the RN will provide qualified and diverse nursing care to inmates. Perform health assessments and make independent nursing judgments on the needs of inmates and provide treatment according to physician-approved protocols. Educates inmates about chronic conditions, traumatic issues andRead More →

MELVILLE, NY – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Henry Schein, Inc. (Nasdaq: HSIC) today announced the signing of a cooperation agreement with OMNIA Partners, one of the nation’s largest purchasing organizations for public and private markets, which will expand access to point-of-care diagnostic tests, personal protective equipment (PPE), and medical products andRead More →

2021 DEC 10 (NewsRx) – By a Journalist-Staff News Editor at Daily Insurance News – New data on public health are presented in a new report. According to reports by Bucharest, Romania, by NewsRx reporters, the research said: “The Romanian healthcare system is mainly state funded (80.45%) through the followingRead More →

View larger image Hillary Williams, MD December 6, 2021 | Hillary Williams, MD, a movement disorder specialist, joined the Department of Neurology at the University of Arkansas College of Medicine for Medical Sciences (UAMS) as an assistant professor. Williams is an Arkansan native who recently completed a two-year movement disordersRead More →

WASHINGTON, December 4 — The US Department of Justice issued the following press release on Dec 3 2021: At December 2, a federal jury in Greeneville, Tennessee, sentenced Pierre Bolos, 44, of Tampa, Florida, on 22 counts of postal fraud, conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud and bringing an ill-labeled drugRead More →

Auckland pubs resume operations with openings at midnight as New Zealand enters the traffic light system. Video / NZ Herald ANALYSIS: When New Zealand switches to the Covid-19 protective framework tomorrow, people will be required to present vaccine passes to access many public spaces and places. At this point, moreRead More →

The Forsyth County Public Health Department began distributing the anti-overdose drug Naloxone upon receipt, in response to the growing number of opioid overdoses locally and nationally. “There are no questions asked. If people need more than one, they can get more than one, ”said Amanda Clark, health and addictions educatorRead More →

HOSPITAL MATER in Dublin is limiting its activities to essential services from tonight due to the impact of the ‘last wave’ of Covid-19. Outpatient appointments and elective surgeries at Mater Misericordiae University Hospital “will be reduced to essential services until further notice,” the hospital confirmed this evening. The Mater hasRead More →

The editors are looking at these public health issues. Los Angeles Times: Is the United States Ready for the Next Hospital Crisis? The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed devastating cracks in the foundations of healthcare in the United States. Hospitals were unprepared for huge staffing issues, resulting from burnout and absencesRead More →

The Department of Justice has filed a False Claims Act complaint against Professional Compounding Centers of America Inc. (PCCA), a Houston-based company that sells active pharmaceutical ingredients and other products and services to compounding pharmacies . The complaint alleges that the PCCA reported fraudulent and inflated Average Wholesale Prices (AWP)Read More →

HE the Minister of Public Health, Dr Hanan Mohamed Al Kuwari, inaugurated a set of new services in the field of nuclear medicine at the Department of Clinical Imaging of the National Center for Cancer Research and Care of Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC). The new services reflect HMC’s commitment toRead More →

COLUMBIA, Missouri (KMIZ.) The Missouri Department of Health and Seniors’ Services adopted the CDC recommendation for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children on Wednesday. According to the CDC, starting November 8, children between the ages of 5 and 11 are eligible for a low-dose Pfizer-BioNTech vaccination. Experts say the vaccine forRead More →