The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that pregnant women not travel to areas with Zika and that if they live in a Zika area to strictly follow steps to prevent mosquito bites and to prevent sexual transmission.
“We’re cautiously optimistic,” said Cetrulo, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon, adding that “it’s uncharted waters for us.”
Moore’s case highlights how easy it can be for nurses who are fired or forced out of their jobs over alleged misconduct to find work elsewhere, in part because some states — Colorado is among a handful — don’t require hospitals to report nursing law violations to regulators.
DENVER | Children’s Hospital Colorado held its 10th annual prom Friday, May 13, at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The hospital hosts prom to give teens who were unable to attend their prom a chance to experience the dance. Along with setting up the dance at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Aveda Denver […]
Authorities haven’t said when results of the April 22 autopsy will be released, only that it would take weeks.
The new building will be close to a mirror image of Brent’s current Aurora location, with 17 similar apartments for patients and their families.
“There’s no evidence that they are impactful in a positive way,” said Catherine Bradshaw, a professor and associate dean at the University of Virginia, and part of the committee that wrote the report. “They can actually do more harm than good and in fact don’t provide the skill training or replacement behaviors for youth that are suspended or expelled.”
“I am in total agreement with all of you regarding this article, so much so that I wanted to make this letter as public as possible,” she wrote. “We want to make sure that our girls know that any article that makes you feel bad about your body is not a good article, and should be questioned.”
“We will never be able to eliminate completely these outrages by the state, but we want to rehabilitate the victims,” Maas said in a statement. “The homosexual men who were convicted should no longer have to live with the taint of conviction.”