Long Term Care News
Morocco women struggle against marital violence, stereotypes
Morocco passes long-sought law on combating violence against women but critics say it doesn't go far enough
Could 'Grey's Anatomy' skew your hospital expectations?
Many people haven’t faced life-threatening illness in a hospital. According to a new study, if they do, their expectations of emergency medicine could be shaped by something completely fictional: medical dramas on TV. "Grey’s Anatomy" is in its 14th season, making it ABC’s current longest-running
New CDC numbers show flu deaths still on the rise nationwide
High-risk groups should take Tamiflu within 48 hours of showing signs of the flu or as a preventive measure if living with someone with the virus, experts say.
Billionaire Barry Sherman, wife, found dead in their Toronto mansion, officials say
Canadian billionaire and philanthropist Barry Sherman and his wife, Honey, have been found dead in their Toronto mansion, officials said. Two bodies were found at 50 Old Colony Road in the North York area of the Canadian city on Friday after police received a call around 11:45 a.m. detailing a
Kansas City lawyer shot and killed in front of his home after dropping kids at school
Missouri police are searching for the suspect who gunned down a 39-year-old Kansas City lawyer in front of his home Wednesday morning after he had dropped off his children at school. Police were called to the home in Kansas City's Brookside neighborhood, where they found the man in the front yard
High school football players wheel elderly residents out to enjoy homecoming parade
In Winner, South Dakota, high school football is everything. So when the players showed up to escort elderly residents to Winner High School’s homecoming parade, it meant the world to them. "They were flabbergasted when all those boys came in," the school’s student council adviser, Mona LaCompte,
High school football players wheel elderly residents to enjoy homecoming parade
Winner High School football players in South Dakota escorted the residents of Winner Regional Healthcare Center Long-Term Care from the hospital to the parade route for them to enjoy the festivities.
The Note: Can Republicans stanch the bleeding on health bill?
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY Next steps for President Trump 's travel ban could be decided today. It's the end of the Supreme Court 's term today and the court is expected to decide on whether to take up Trump's travel ban when it returns in the fall or let the circuit court decisions stand. Brace
Senators call meeting with Ivanka Trump a 'good start'
After a rare appearance on Capitol Hill by first daughter Ivanka Trump on Tuesday, senators emerged from their closed-door get-together calling it “a great start” and a “first step” in paving the way ahead for legislation that will help Americans receive paid family leave and affordable child care.
Rate of Alzheimer's disease deaths jumped 54 pct. in 15 years, CDC finds
The rate of deaths related to Alzheimer's disease jumped by 54.5 percent over 15 years, according to a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . There were 93,541 deaths related to Alzheimer's disease in 2014, a rate of 25.4 deaths per 100,000 population, up from 44,536