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UK: Thatcher's Policies Condemned for Causing 'Unjust Premature Death'

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Photo: Union Jack, Red Bus, Signs of London [13/02/2014] Dr Alex Scott-Samuel and colleagues from the Universities of Durham, West of Scotland, Glasgow and Edinburgh, sourced data from over 70 existing research papers, which concludes that the former prime minister's legacy "includes the unnecessary and unjust premature death of many British citizens, together with a substantial and continuing burden of suffering and loss of well-being."UK: Thatcher's Policies Condemned for Causing 'Unjust Premature Death' - Read more

Unemployment: Three-quarters of Those Without Jobs Are Skipping Health Care

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[26/08/2011] Nearly three-quarters (72 percent) of people who lost their health insurance when they lost their jobs over the last two years said that they skipped needed health care or did not fill prescriptions because of cost, according to a new Commonwealth Fund report. Unemployment: Three-quarters of Those Without Jobs Are Skipping Health Care - Read more

Prevention: Cancer Deaths Fall, But Prevention Still Lags Behind

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[13/09/2010] Although overall mortality from cancer is decreasing in the European Union, its incidence increased by almost 20 percent, from 2.1 million new cases in 2002 to 2.5 million in 2008. Prevention: Cancer Deaths Fall, But Prevention Still Lags Behind - Read more

Medical Fundraising: “It Works Primarily Through Networks“

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[08/03/2010] In times of financial crisis money is tight. Nobody has anything to give away. This is also evident in everyday life at a hospital. There are some exceptions: Some private individuals or companies are helping clinics out financially and therefore help themselves and the hospital to gain more recognition.Medical Fundraising: “It Works Primarily Through Networks“ - Read more

Laser: Bringing Structure into Luminescent Chaos

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[01/10/2009] Light is not all the same as is proven by the rainbow that uncovers all the parts of luminance in the most beautiful colours. When engineers succeeded to gain control over the different rays they opened the door to a new way of precise working with a technology called laser - as well in medicine. Laser: Bringing Structure into Luminescent Chaos - Read more

Financial Crisis: The Recession’s Impact on Older Americans

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[22/09/2009] Older Americans have weathered the financial crisis relatively well, although many now expect to work longer than they did just a year ago, according to a University of Michigan study. Financial Crisis: The Recession’s Impact on Older Americans - Read more

U.S. Workers: Job Insecurity Leads to Health Problems

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[01/09/2009] Persistent job insecurity poses a major threat to worker health, according to a new study. U.S. Workers: Job Insecurity Leads to Health Problems - Read more

Recession: Job Programs Protect Public Health

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[10/07/2009] A rapid rise in unemployment can be linked to an increase in suicides, homicides, and alcohol abuse, but job programs can successfully mitigate these rates, according to a new study. Recession: Job Programs Protect Public Health - Read more

Studying Medical Technology: „None of My Graduates Has Searched For More Than Two Months“

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[08/05/2009] Studying pays off – but which subject to choose? One of the professions that offers bright future prospects even in the long-term in Germany is engineer in medical technology. Apparently, even the crisis cannot change that.Studying Medical Technology: „None of My Graduates Has Searched For More Than Two Months“ - Read more

Micro-Bonding: "It Is just not Possible to Use Screws on the Micro-Level"

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[22/04/2009] Everything is getting ever smaller. But how can experts still join those tiniest parts together? A special field offers a solution - micro-bonding.Micro-Bonding: "It Is just not Possible to Use Screws on the Micro-Level" - Read more

Medical Technology: “No Financial Crisis, rather an Economic Crisis”

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[23/03/2009] The banking crisis has stirred up the markets. The automotive and the chemical industry were hit especially hard. Yet the medical technology companies are so far only concerned marginally. That was at least the result of a poll. Medical Technology: “No Financial Crisis, rather an Economic Crisis” - Read more

Germany: An Overview of the Health Care Reform

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[01/01/2009] Long before the introduction on 1 January 2009, a great many critical voices occurred in regard of the German health fund which is the principal item of the health care reform that came into effect in 2007. The consequences the reform has for insured people and which areas of the whole reform package is already valid – an overview. Germany: An Overview of the Health Care Reform - Read more

Medical Technology and the Financial Crisis

The financial crisis shocks the whole world. Will it have an effect on the medical technology industry, too? This question can be negated - the branch seems to be quite resistant to crises.Medical Technology and the Financial Crisis - Read more

 
 

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