A New York woman is facing felony charges after she allegedly instructed nursing home staff to alter records following the disappearance of a nursing home
In a surprising study that included five different hospitals, flexible endoscopes, which are used to examine the GI tract and colon, were tested for cleanliness,
New York physicians and other health care providers make more medical errors than most of their patients ever realize. According to a 2006 study by
By: Indhira Benitez Recently in the news, the tragic loss of a mother was broadcast on televisions and newspapers all over the City of New
By: Indhira Benitez As recently reported, Minnesota anesthesiologist, Dr. Scott Augustine, has been campaigning to remove the device he helped create off of the market.
By: Kelda Doherty The United States Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) has this month ordered that pre-trial proceedings concerning the Stryker’s Rejuvenate and ABG
By: Caroline Mason An FDA panel recently voted in favor of easing the use restrictions on diabetes treatment, Avandia, that were placed on it in
By: Kelda Doherty A cyclist was knocked off of his bike after a collision near the intersection of Beech Street and Richard Street in the
By: Indhira Benitez It seems as though every month there is a new bus company receiving not-so-good media attention in the press. In the bus
By: Kelda Doherty Yet another bus crash has occurred in the City of New York. This one took place in the Corona area of Queens.
By: Indhira Benitez Tommy Walton, a 70-year-old man residing in Hemphill, Texas, has had 15 surgeries due to a deep joint infection which followed a
The Loren Krantz trial in Los Angeles started last week and previously shocking confidential information is reaching the light. In opening statements, plaintiff’s counsel discussed