According to a new report, while in hospital, several dementia patients are still not receiving key health assessment.
The latest national dementia audit states that to figure out if patients are suffering from hallucination is not happening the way it should happen. The assessment of mental state is also taking place at a very low level.
It was stated by public spending watchdogs that poor value for money was being provided by a generous new contract for hospital consultants as according to the contract, they were not required to work on weekends and in the evenings.
Angels is the term used for nurses from the inpatient unit at St Clare Hospice and they got their pink wings as they extended support for the midnight walk.
A 5 km and a 10 km will be organized on July 6, Saturday, and more and more people are being encouraged to be a part of the popular fundraiser.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt got a vote of no confidence by a doctors' union recently.
The motion was passed by the British Medical Association (BMA), which represents over 150,000 doctors, and that too in majority.
The savage cuts and NHS reforms initiated by Health Secretary and the Tory-led coalition have generated opposition and anger among doctors and the people.
Experts have warned that obesity is making things worse for men who are suffering from one of the deadliest cancers.
Every year, cancer of the gullet, is developed by over 5600 men. The disease is often diagnosed late and the rates of survival are also baffling.
The best care delivered after diagnosis ensures a life of three to nine months, average, and five or more years of life is seen by about 13 per cent of the patients.
The cause of cancer might be finally discovered by scientists and this can be a major advancement in developing a cure for cancer.
Millions of lives could be saved by a mechanism that the scientists have identified known as the `chase and run' effect, where healthy and affected cells follow each other in the body.