Nottingham Evening Post
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Mansfield Town have announced that club physio Matt Salmon has died, with chairman John Radford and boss Steve Evans both leading the tributes to him.The 25-year-old announced his retirement from the League Two club on Wednesday, having been diagnosed with lung cancer in 2010.He spent three-and-a-half years at One Call Stadium before his condition worsened and was given just weeks to live following the devastating prognosis from doctors.The club were informed that Matt died peacefully surrounded...
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Mansfield Town have announced that club physio Matt Salmon has died, with chairman John Radford and boss Steve Evans both leading the tributes to him.The 25-year-old announced his retirement from the League Two club on Wednesday, having been diagnosed with lung cancer in 2010.He spent three-and-a-half years at One Call Stadium before his condition worsened and was given just weeks to live following the devastating prognosis from doctors.The club were informed that Matt died peacefully surrounded...
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yourself, as the city tries to get to normal. Thank you. Katrina Renton at Saint Hans square in Manchester, where tributes are being paid to victims of Monday 's attack. -- St Ann's Square. And in a few moments, we'll be speaking to two doctors who were working at Manchester's main trauma centre on the night.
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It's an old riddle: What is the human body's largest organ? The answer, of course, is skin. And while it's certainly tough, skin's enemy is heat. Treating serious burns usually involves placing human or pig skin over the burn to help it heal. Doctors in Brazil are using a unique skin replacement that may also help the healing process. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.
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The fetus had hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS), which causes the left side to develop improperlydoctors have to create and retain a hole between the left and right ventricles in order to oxygenate the blood sufficiently. This improvement could reduce the rates of miscarriage and infant deaths. Many think, however, that the future of treatment for heart-related conditions is the artificial heart, which scientists are trying to develop in three main ways: First, a robotic heart could be created, which would contain tiny rotary motors suspended magnetically so as to assuage the damage caused by friction. And, while several companies are trying to develop them, most notable is Carmat which has been working with world-renowned heart surgeon Alain Carpentier . So far, no models have been tested in animals. Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons Second, this could be achieved by appropriating a heart.
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on about?" And don't know about it. " What are you on about?" And it goes on. don't know about it. " What are you on about?" And it goes on. I would not be there unless the debt was owed. And Delroy Anglin is here, along with Orin Lewis from the African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust. Thank you both for coming in. I will start with you. Whatever Thank you both for coming in. I will start with you. Whatever Dr said? Thank you both for coming in. I will What have the doctors said about your diagnosis? I have a I have acute leukaemia. They.
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Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer confirmed Friday he has no plans to retire regardless of what happens to his right eye, which recently required an eighth surgery. The 60-year-old coach explained he's expecting to rejoin the Vikings in the near future, even if the eye doesn't respond to the latest treatment. "I'll be back shortly," Zimmer told reporters , per Jon Krawczynski of the Associated Press. "One eye or two, it doesn't matter. I'll be back. We can put that retiring thing to bed quickly." He added : "I don't want to go blind in this eye. If that's what it is, that's what it is. This will not keep me from coaching." Last week, Ben Goessling of ESPN.com reported the latest surgery featured doctors removing an "oil bubble" from the damaged eye to replace it with a "gas bubble." It's part of an ongoing effort to stabilize his eyesight after suffering a detached retina last year.
Washington Free Beacon
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YouTube has deleted a video that showed Planned Parenthood executives admitting abortion is "killing," leading pro-life activists to accuse the site of censorship. The Center for Medical Progress released undercover footage taken from the National Abortion Federation's 2014 and 2015 conventions through its lawyers on Thursday. The video included remarks from Planned Parenthood Michigan Medical Director Dr. Lisa Harris urging pro-choice advocates to concede certain rhetorical ground to pro-life arguments. She said that abortion doctors "see the fetus the same way" that pro-life activists do, but that does not alter "why [she comes] to work everyday." "Given that we might actually both agree that there's violence in here, ask me why I come to work everyday," she said. "Let's just give them all the violence, it's a person, it's killing, let's just give them all that.
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to drop her off at a nursery on his way into work. He became distracted and he did not drop her off at nursery. A a few hours later he remembered that Chloe was in the car. Paramedics were called, and they arranged for the baby girl to be airlifted to hospital in Limerick, the nearest city. Doctors were sadly unable to save her life. A postmortem examination is due to be carried out,.
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If it werent for the Internet, they might not. The girl, who was swiftly retrieved from the harbor by her quick-thinking grandfather, is reported to have a 5-by-10 centimeter wound on her lower body from her sea lion encounter. Her parents were unaware of the risk of seal finger infection until media reports about the viral video included marine experts, who mentioned the danger. The parents have since consulted with marine experts and doctors. Though it’s not certain that she has the infection, she’s receiving antibiotics as a precaution. Read 3 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Nottingham Evening Post
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The East Midlands Trauma Centre at the QMC has been put on standby amid nationwide fears of further terrorist activity over the weekend and Bank Holiday Monday.It is one of 27 trauma sites across the county which has been contacted by NHS England over a potential attack.Surgeons, doctors and nurses have been warned to make sure there are enough staff, blood and -equipment in case there is a repeat of Monday's bombing in Manchester which killed 22 and injured 119, the Daily Mirror has...
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A bus carrying elementary school students, teachers and parents on an excursion overturned in northern Greece on Friday, injuring 21 people, including many children, Greek national news agency AMNA reported. Only one child sustained serious injury in leg, while others were slightly injured, according to hospital doctors. The accident occurred at the outskirts of the city of Serres, 570 km north of Athens, shortly after the children and escorts boarded the bus at the local school. According to testimonies of some of the about 40 passengers, the bus overturned when the driver tried to avoid a ...
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BBC Radio Scotland
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is Chris page it's understood that her father have been due to take her to a crash before that he went to work yesterday morning at about 8 o'clock but you didn't drop her off her at the cresset became distracted apparently and he remembered that sell we was in the car early in the afternoon just before A2 o'clock so that meant that she was in the car for several hours emergency services were called a paramedic surf arrange for her to be airlifted to hospital in Limerick the nearest big city but sadly doctors there weren't able to save her life so post mortem examination will be carried out the cause of Calista hasn't been confirmed but most people seem to believe that happen is that she died of heat stroke it was one of the hardest days in Ireland.
BBC Radio Scotland
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emergency services were called a paramedic surf arrange for her to be airlifted to hospital in Limerick the nearest big city but sadly doctors there weren't able to save her life to Maidstone killed in a light aircraft crash off the Scottish coast will I was raised after the aircraft which took off from Oban airport yesterday morning feel to arrive at Carlisle police investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash which took place around to miles of the Kintyre crossed the bodies of two men and raikage from your cast were recovered from the sea following and extensive search South Yorkshire police have reached a settlement with Sir Cliff Richard who was doing the voice-over BBC reports naming him as a suspected sex offender prosecutors Lisa said he would face no charge so close is also taking legal action against the BBC what she said it will be too.
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Doctors, nurses and NHS workers are inviting everyone in Bristol to join them
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city. Doctors were sadly unable to save her life. A postmortem examination is due to be carried out. Because of death has not been confirmed. Yesterday was one of the hottest days of the year so far in Ireland. one of the hottest days of the year.
Sky News
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the doctors there, his son is not with us any more. I am sorry to hear that. Thanks for taking the time to speak to us. There has.
Sky News
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nothing you can say. So upset. It is important for you to come here. We brought flowers. For the families. For the families. Yeah. We have just been to the doctors today and one of.