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Sex hormone “may help Post Traumatic Stress Disorder victims”

Sex hormone “may help Post Traumatic Stress Disorder victims”

A so-called “love hormone” released during sex could be used to treat post-traumatic stress disorders and other psychological conditions. Oxytocin (which is also produced during child birth) has been shown to improve social skills. Professor Robert Froemke of New York

Anonymity rules

Anonymity rules

The Court of Appeal has ruled in the case of JX MX v Dartford & Gravesham NHS Trust (2013) that children and protected parties (ie individuals lacking mental capacity) in medical negligence and personal injury cases should not be publicly

MIHomeCare Wiltshire “requires improvement”  says CQC

MIHomeCare Wiltshire “requires improvement” says CQC

In January of this year, MiHomecare – Wiltshire were inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). This was an announced inspection which meant the provider knew 2 days beforehand that the CQC would be visiting. MiHomecare is a large domiciliary

Repeal of the Law Reform (Personal Injuries) Act 1948

Repeal of the Law Reform (Personal Injuries) Act 1948

The Medical Defence Union (MDU) has recently renewed its proposal that a law dating back to 1948 be repealed. It also wants to see caps imposed on the level of damages awarded for future care. Section 2(4) of the Act