Breast augmentation is the most popular cosmetic surgery in the world, with 10 million women opting for breast implants during the past decade. We took hidden cameras into the offices of three Toronto plastic surgeons to review how they explain and sell the procedure.
This story is part of a series between OZY and Well Being Trust called Mental States of the Nation, where we explore ways that different states across the U.S. are enforcing and facilitating mental health parity. Behind the astonishing natural beauty at Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming hosts a dark secret: It ranks fourth-highest in the […]
If time heals all wounds, Law & Order: SVU‘s Peter Stone is screwed. Only a few months will have passed between the events of the Season 19 finale and the two-hour Season 20 premiere (Thursday, Sept. 27 at 9/8c), show boss Michael Chernuchin tells TVLine. That means the assistant district attorney will be in the thick […]
The detailed medical histories and contact information of possibly tens of thousands of home-care patients in Ontario are allegedly being held for ransom by thieves who recently raided the computer systems of a health-care provider.
Joan Blaber, 85, was recovering in the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, when her family claim she accidentally drank floor cleaner from a jug at her bedside before taking her medication. A post-mortem revealed she died six days later as a direct result of the incident last September. Ms Blaber’s family are appealing for funds […]
THE family of a stroke patient who died after being given cleaning fluid to drink in a hospital have launched a campaign to pay for legal representation at her inquest.
ARTHRITIS pain symptoms prevent a fifth of patients from getting a good night’s sleep, it’s been revealed. This woman doubled her time spent asleep at night by taking these cheap diet supplements.
Dr. Peter Diarmuid Davison has been suspended for three months after he asked an elderly patient with suspected dementia for a $ 10,000 loan.
Agreement had granted the government permission to seek details on people if there were questions about their immigration status, an arrangement slammed by British medical organizations as a violation of doctor-patient privilege.
In a medical first, a French surgeon says his patient, Jerome Hamon, is recovering well after receiving a second transplant. Tissue on the first transplant died after he was given drugs to treat an illness that interfered with his anti-rejection regime.