On September 2, a woman who was 36 weeks pregnant with her child, died in childbirth at Yerevan Margaryan medical center. Doctors were unable to save the life of the woman following the caesarean section. Relatives of the 24-year-old woman accused doctors for failing to perform their duties demand them be prosecuted. The matter now is investigated at the Investigation Committee. “The Investigative Committee has opened a criminal case according to Part 3 of Article 130 of the Armenian Criminal Code which is failure to implement or improper implementation of professional duties by medical and support personnel,” Panorama.am was told at the Committee. This has been the second death of a young woman in childbirth within a month with the latest case registered in Vedi medical centre where a 29-year-old woman died. Press secretary at the ministry of healthcare Alina Nikoghosyan told Panorama.am that 10 cases of maternal mortality had been recorded this year in … [Read more...] about The problems with maternal deaths in Armenia
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Whether you are looking to get back into work after a break, heading into the world of employment after college or university, want to climb the ladder or just get a fresh start, there are plenty of jobs out there across Devon and Cornwall. There are nearly 500 full and part time, permanent and temporary, low and highly paid jobs available via Fish4Jobs across the two regions, you just have to decide what you are looking for. Some have closing dates this week, so you need to act quickly. Here we bring you 100 of the vacancies - Cornwall Project manager Emmaus UK is looking for a project manager in St Austell to look after all employment matters and line management. The salary is circa £30,000 per year and is for an initial 12 month contract. The closing date is June 28. Apply here Mobile heavy tyre fitter Macsalvors Plant Hire Ltd in Truro has a vacancy for a mobile heavy tyre fitter. Experience is essential and a van and pension is included. The closing date for applications is … [Read more...] about 100 jobs in Devon and Cornwall you can apply for right now
Luu D. Ireland, M.D., is an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The abortion debate is at the center of U.S. political dialogue. Voices from both sides flood social media feeds, newspapers, radio and television programs. In the last year, attacks on reproductive rights sharply increased. In 2019, Georgia, Missouri, Ohio, Kentucky and Mississippi successfully passed so-called "heartbeat" bans to prohibit abortion as early as 6 to 8 weeks. Alabama is the first state to pass a complete abortion ban without exceptions for rape or incest. Due to ongoing legal challenges, these bans have yet to go into effect. One important group's voice is often absent in this heated debate: the women who choose abortion. While 1 in 4 women will undergo abortion in her lifetime, stigma keeps their stories untold. As an obstetrician/gynecologist who provides full spectrum reproductive health care, I hear these stories daily. Unintended … [Read more...] about Who are the 1 in 4 American women who choose abortion?
Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Listen Schedules Birthdays Newsletter Promotions Advisories Wanted Weather About LIFESTYLE KUAM Podcast Network i94-FM Isla63-AM TV11 TV8 TVone GNN Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases TRAFFIC ADVISORY FOR MAY 27 - JUNE 2 Posted: Sunday, May 26, 2019 8:32 PM EDTUpdated: Sunday, May 26, 2019 8:32 PM EDT Road Safety Reminder for the Week THE RIGHT OF WAY RULES (Part 4 of 6) Private Driveways: When you enter a street or highway from a driveway, alley or from private property, you must not interfere with the safe operation of cars approaching from either direction. You must wait to enter the highway until it is safe to do so (Motor Vehicle Code of Guam Section 3327). When it can be done safely, you may cross a solid white or yellow line in the middle of the roadway into an alley or driveway. You may lawfully … [Read more...] about TRAFFIC ADVISORY FOR MAY 27
Understanding the true value of China's panda diaspora Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on WhatsApp Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+ Share by Email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+ Share by Email By Jillian Ryan Post-doctoral Research Fellow, CSIRO and Carla Litchfield, Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy, University of South Australia From The Conversation 18 May 2019 This article originally appeared on The Conversation, and is republished under a Creative Commons licence. Wang Wang and Funi came to Australia from China a decade ago. Their relationship is best described as complicated. Despite considerable medical assistance, they have never managed to produce offspring. It has put a big question mark over whether they will be permitted to remain in … [Read more...] about Why paying for pandas is not so black and white