Millions at risk of dementia from drugs
According to a recent study, millions of people are at risk of dementia from drugs used to treat conditions like depression, incontinence and Parkinson’s disease.
The study findings indicate that...
Published on the 21/06/2018
Breast cancer screening scandal update sent to parliament
A statement with a breast cancer screening scandal update has been sent to parliament by Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, last week.
It’s understood that some 450,000 women never received their app...
Published on the 14/06/2018
Thousands of elderly patients waiting in A & E for more than a day
Recent reports have found that thousands of elderly patients are waiting in A & E for more than a day. According to data from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), almost 15,000 patients aged 75 ...
Published on the 07/06/2018
No, medical negligence victims should not have to settle for an apology
No, medical negligence victims should not have to settle for an apology. Unbelievably, this idea was recently floated around, and we are speechless that such a notion has been suggest...
Published on the 31/05/2018
Hospital bed crisis a ticking time-bomb
The almost continual cases of a hospital bed crisis is a ticking time-bomb in terms of med...
Published on the 24/05/2018
Inquiry called for over-prescribing drugs
An inquiry has been called for over-prescribing drugs which is said to be a growing problem here in the UK where we may be at risk of following in the footsteps of our American cousins who are said to...
Published on the 17/05/2018
Ambulance misfuelling incidents putting lives at risk
Ambulance 'misfuelling' incidents are said to be putting lives at risk, with campaigners saying misfuelling incidents are threatening patient safety.
According to reports gleaned from a Telegraph F...
Published on the 10/05/2018
Hundreds may have died in NHS breast cancer screening scandal
The Injury Lawyers are investigating the breaking news that hundreds of women may have died in an NHS breast cancer screening scandal.
Women aged between 68 and 71 who were supposed to have receive...
Published on the 03/05/2018
NHS may be heading for a summer crisis after the recent winter dilemma
According to experts, the NHS may be heading for a summer crisis after the recent winter crisis that has seen the healthcare sector stretched to dangerous levels.
The British Medical Association (B...
Published on the 27/04/2018
Overworked care home staff linked to increased patient abuse
Overworked care home staff problems have been linked to increased levels of patient abuse, according to recent studies into abuse taking place, and staff feeling "burnout" in the job.
According to ...
Published on the 19/04/2018