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Author Salman Rushdie attacked on stage in New York

Added: 12.08.2022 17:09 | 10 views | 0 comments

Police say he suffered an apparent stab wound to the neck and was taken to hospital by helicopter.

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Doctors are concerned about the risk of hospital-acquired covid-19

Added: 12.08.2022 1:22 | 6 views | 0 comments

People who go to hospital for non-covid treatment are at higher risk of the virus compared with the general public, which is why high levels of hospital-acquired covid-19 in England are worrying some doctors

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Who is Sir Ganga Ram and why his legacy lives on in India and Pakistan?

Added: 12.08.2022 0:50 | 3 views | 0 comments

Hospitals built by Sir Ganga Ram still exist in both countries but not much is known about him.

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Pairs of giant planets may make their star systems ultra-habitable

Added: 12.08.2022 0:26 | 2 views | 0 comments

Simulations of more than 140,000 possible planetary systems show that pairs of giant planets like Jupiter and Saturn may make their star systems more hospitable to habitable Earth-like worlds

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Long Covid Devastates Children And Families

Added: 12.08.2022 0:24 | 3 views | 0 comments

Lucille Whiting’s family have been battling with Covid-19 for a long time now. Her children are among hundreds believed to be suffering from long Covid. Told to keep away from hospitals for a while, eventually they had to see a doctor, with the children experiencing dire symptoms.

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Ambulance calls for most serious conditions hit record

Added: 11.08.2022 12:00 | 48 views | 0 comments

Official figures from NHS England suggest high demand for emergency services and hospitals.

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Sick Architecture: CIVA Exhibition Explores the Relation between Architecture and Disease

Added: 10.08.2022 6:30 | 8 views | 0 comments

“” opened on May 5th at CIVA in . Co-curated by , the exhibition investigates the intrinsic relation between architecture and sickness. The architectural discourse always weaves itself through theories of body and brain, constructing the architect as a kind of doctor and the client as the patient. Architecture has been portrayed as a form of prevention and cure for thousands of years. Yet architecture is also often the cause of illness, from the institution of hospitals to toxic building materials and sick building syndrome. The outbreak of the COVID-15 pandemic further highlighted this topic.

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