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A virus is a small infectious agent that can replicate only inside the living cells of organisms. Virus particles (known as virions) consist of two or three parts: the genetic material made from eit...

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Healthcare a 'postcode-lottery' for children with cerebral palsy, new study shows

Children with cerebral palsy face a 'postcode-lottery' in the healthcare they receive, new research has revealed.

‘Postcode lottery’ still cause of many lung cancer deaths

Patients are still pointlessly dying of lung cancer due to a ‘postcode lottery’ of services according to new results from the National Cancer Audit (NLCA).  Its findings show that there remai...

The picture doesn't have to look like this

In England, the IVF postcode lottery impacts on every different level of a patient's NHS treatment in a myriad of ways. Not only is there widespread variation in who can access treatment and the numbe...

Major changes to care system need to be properly funded to succeed, warn charities

Major changes to England’s social care system came into force on 1 April, with new national eligibility criteria for support promising to end the postcode lottery of who gets help for everyday tasks...

Tired of London? Maybe it’s time to change postal districts

"When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life," observed the writer Samuel Johnson in the eighteenth century. In fact, new research suggests such a man may be merely living in the wrong postcode...

Cost of meeting basic needs rising faster than wages in Washington state

A Washington family of four must spend 46 percent more on average to make ends meet today than 13 years ago, according to a new report from the University of Washington.

Tired of London? Maybe you're living in the wrong place

"When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life," observed the writer Samuel Johnson in the eighteenth century. In fact, research published today suggests such a man may be merely living in the wr...

Inslee, Jackson, and New Report on Washington’s STEM Skills Shortfall

Washington state has a well-known mismatch between the tech industry’s demand for workers and the state education system’s ability to provide them. A new report released Tuesday at the Was...

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Integrated Care: Working at the Interface of Primary and Behavioral Healthedited by Lori E. Raney M.D. ; Washington, D.C. , American Psychiatric Publishing , 2014 , 300 pages.

Handbook of Good Psychiatric Management for Borderline Personality Disorderby John G. Gunderson, M.D., with Paul Links, M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.P.C.; Washington D.C., American Psychiatric Publishing, 2014, 168 pages.

Relative accuracy of grid references derived from postcode and address in UK epidemiological studies of overhead power lines.

In the UK, the location of an address, necessary for calculating the distance to overhead power lines in epidemiological studies, is available from different sources. We assess the accuracy of each. T...

Recent emergence of E. coli carrying blaCTX-M encoded cephalosporin resistance on Washington State dairy farms.

Enterobacteriaceae-associated blaCTX-M genes have become globally widespread within the past 30 years. Among isolates from Washington State cattle, blaCTX-M associated E. coli (CTX-M EC) were absent f...

Prenatal Care in Oregon and Washington: Policy and Utilization for Vulnerable Women.

In the prenatal period, women can have sustained contact with nurses and other clinicians, forming relationships that are likely to be health enhancing for both the woman and her unborn child. Yet, fi...

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