Monthly Archives: September 2016

Early menarche associated with depressive symptoms in early adolescence

Early menarche associated with depressive symptoms in early adolescence A large body of evidence shows that ladies are twice as most likely as boys to experience depression during teenage years; a finding that is robust throughout scientific and epidemiological samples of young people, and throughout different types of assessment (Thapar et al., 2011). Scientists […]

By |September 3rd, 2016|NCAS|0 Comments

Wrong cure

Wrong treatment In March, a parliamentary committee report provided a scathing indictment of the Medical Council of India’s (MCI) operating. The recommendations of the 126-page report form the core of a proposed costs to upgrade medical policy in the country: The National Medical Commission Bill. The draft expense that was open for recommendation till […]

By |September 1st, 2016|GMC|0 Comments

People will die… and this will be blamed on us: As junior doctors vote for five-day strikes that would see 1 million appointments axed, a consultant issues a stark warning

Individuals will pass away … and this will be blamed on us: As junior doctors vote for five-day strikes that would see 1 million visits axed, a consultant problems a plain cautionApproximately 125,000 operations will be cancelled this autumn after junior doctors decided to stage the greatest strikes in NHS history. In spite of […]

By |September 1st, 2016|GMC|0 Comments