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A Pelham man is scheduled for sentencing in a federal court in Georgia after he pleaded guilty last month to charges related to the misapplication of pesticides in nursing homes around the state...District Court for the Middle District of Georgia for
The state Department of Health has awarded 20 additional beds to nursing facilities in western South Dakota. The South Dakota Department of Health says the 20 beds going to two Rapid City nursing facilities are the first awarded under a 2012 law. The
A panel of House lawmakers has approved a one-year ban on the construction of new nursing homes across the state amid concerns the market is being flooded. The House Ways and Means Committee voted 12-7 Thursday in favor of the moratorium. The ban is
Top Cork hotel for sale with 3.75m guide price ONE of the top hotels in north Cork has been put up for sale with an asking price of some 3.75m. Paul McNeive: Intervene in market with care Interventions by Government in the property market in an
This puts already vulnerable populations at greater risk for complications in places such as hospitals and nursing homes. Doctors are concerned that they do not have the tools and resources needed to help their patients avoid succumbing to these ills.
The children of a Spartanburg businessman created some Christmas holiday cheer in the memory of their father. Nicole and Nicholas Graham delivered gift bags of fresh apples, oranges, bananas, grapefruit, pecans and candy canes to residents at
Research Officer at Neuroscience Research Australia Late-stage dementia is characterised by increasing agitation that can be distressing for the person with the illness and their carers. So, researchers are investigating whether robots disguised as
News is hoping to use the expanded health section to build on revenue streams such as its Best of badges, which the company licenses to hospitals, medical centers, nursing homes and other institutions. Hospitals, colleges and financial institutions
25 pm James Edwards, better known as Jim, has been plucking away at the mandolin for almost 60 years. The jovial 72-year-old self-confessed music nut took up the instrument when he was 14 after he badgered his parents to get him a musical instrument.
It's a pattern more commonly found warming the legs of elderly people in nursing homes or bouncing raucously against the pale knees of reeling men in the Outer Hebrides. It's a pattern more commonly found warming the legs of elderly people in nursing