California Voters Are Skeptical That More Money Is the Answer to Homelessness

California Governor Gavin Newsom’s Proposition 1, aimed at addressing the state’s homelessness crisis through funding housing units and treatment beds, is leading by a narrow margin post-election. The measure has sparked skepticism among voters regarding the effectiveness of Newsom’s policies. Newsom has invested billions into homelessness interventions, with minimal progress evident. Homelessness has increased by…

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RCPI Faculty of Pathology 43rd Annual Symposium and AGM

The content is about the RCPI Faculty of Pathology’s 43rd Annual Symposium and AGM, featuring key figures such as Prof Brendan Doyle, Prof David Gonzales de Castro, Prof Ian Cree, Prof Mary Keogan, Prof Siobhan Glavey, and Dr Ennna McCann. The event included discussions and presentations on various topics related to pathology. The image shows…

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Colonoscopy in Patients With Dementia

Elderly patients with dementia undergoing colonoscopies have higher rates of non-procedural complications, such as renal injury, pulmonary events, cerebrovascular accidents, and sepsis compared to those without dementia. They are less likely to have routine discharges, more likely to have longer hospital stays, and incur higher hospital costs. This study highlights the importance of cautious decision-making…

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Unbound bilirubin, a robust predictor of acute bilirubin encephalopathy in infants

Unbound bilirubin levels can predict the likelihood of acute bilirubin encephalopathy in infants. This suggests that monitoring unbound bilirubin may help identify infants at risk for this serious condition. The article also mentions the use of cookies for analytics, advertising and site improvement, and directs readers to their Cookie Policy and Settings for more information….

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“Safer supply” alternatives to toxic unregulated drug markets

Adam Holland, Thomas D Brothers, Dan Lewer, Olivia M Maynard, and Mat Southwell address the urgent need for action to reduce drug-related deaths. They discuss the prescription of safer supply interventions in response to opioid toxicity and the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada. Despite controversy and concerns about limited evidence, observational studies show that opioid dispensation…

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