Amanda Bowles: Doctor error contributed to anorexic woman's death – BBC News

image copyrightFamily photo image captionAmanda Bowles was found in her Cambridge flat in September 2017 A decision not to “urgently” refer an anorexic woman whose condition had significantly deteriorated contributed to her death, a coroner said. Amanda Bowles, 45, was found at her Cambridge home in September 2017. An eating disorder psychiatrist who assessed her… Read More

Planned Parenthood stays out of Vermont’s race for governor — again – vtdigger.org

The Vermont chapters of Planned Parenthood and the ACLU rallied for abortion rights in 2019. Photo by Mike Dougherty/VTDigger Planned Parenthood on Friday released its candidate scorecard, along with a long list of endorsements in local and statewide races. For the second election running, the Democratic candidate for governor wasn’t on its list.  The reproductive… Read More

Missouri slides in health rankings, but signs point upward – Jefferson City News Tribune

Data show Missouri’s health slid downhill in recent years. Early last week, the Commonwealth Fund released its annual Scorecard on State Health System Performance. Missouri dropped seven spots to 48th (which is fourth from the bottom). The scorecard looks at all 50 states and the District of Columbia. It looks at data from the most… Read More

Michigan senators say next president should fill court vacancy – The Detroit News

The Detroit News Published 9:17 p.m. ET Sept. 19, 2020 | Updated 9:37 p.m. ET Sept. 19, 2020 Michigan’s two Democrats in the U.S. Senate said Saturday the next president should make the nomination to fill the seat of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday. Their remarks came as President Donald Trump, a Republican,… Read More

News Roundup: B.C. woman's lawsuit over crashing her Aston backfires, and more – Driving

Welcome to our weekly roundup of the biggest breaking stories on Driving.ca from this past week. Above you’ll find our video roundup highlighting the top news stories selected by our news editors, and below are our most popular stories overall. Here’s what you missed while you were away. Aston Martin owner crashes car, sues, loses,… Read More

Mount Sinai Doctors Opens New Location in Scarsdale – Yonkers Times

Mount Sinai Doctors-Scarsdale staff, L-R- Mary Hassoun – Echo Technician, Kiana Jones – Practice Manager, Barbara Schirripa, RN, John Schirripa, MD, Izamar Manzuetta, Lead Medical Assistant Mount Sinai Doctors has opened a new location in Scarsdale, New York, that includes a team of highly skilled physicians and nurses, and services that include primary care, cardiology,… Read More

Victoria Police respond to Natalie Bonett's Wallan arrest video – 7NEWS.com.au

Victoria Police has responded following footage of a dramatic in-car arrest of a woman went viral. The 29-year-old woman on Saturday uploaded video of herself being pulled out of her car in Kalkallo, north of Melbourne. She screamed, “I don’t feel safe”, through the footage as a police officer leant over her to get her… Read More

Award Winning Film 'Home' Documents A One Womans Trek Towards True Acceptance – Curve Magazine

28 Sarah Outen Home reveals raw, pulse-pounding reality of solo expedition Alone in a rowing boat in the middle of the ocean, Sarah Outen was pushed to the mental and physical brink by a violent storm. That was just one leg of her four-year, 32,186km solo expedition around the world, documented in the award-winning film… Read More

Woman’s death under investigation – Ledger Independent

September 17, 2020 Mason, Bracken, Robertson and Augusta Independent Schools will return to in-person learning on Sept. 28. In Mason County, Superintendent Rick Ross released a plan on the district’s website outlining the options for students. According to the document available on the district’s website, students in Pre-K through 12th grade will have a 100… Read More

Women's wellness: 3 tips for gynecologic cancer awareness – INFORUM

Every five minutes, a woman is diagnosed with a gynecologic cancer, according to the Foundation for Women’s Cancer. And of the estimated 90,000 women in the U.S. who are diagnosed, more than 33,000 will die from these diseases. September is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month, a nationwide effort to educate women about screening and prevention. Dr.… Read More