Coronavirus: NHS hospitals using Amazon Wish Lists to ask for donations of basic items

Coronavirus: NHS hospitals using Amazon Wish Lists to ask for donations of basic items

NHS hospitals are using Amazon Wish Lists to appeal for donations of basic items including toothbrushes and sanitary products during the pandemic, according to a report by BBC News.

Coronavirus: Claridge’s offers free rooms to NHS workers unable to stay home during pandemic

Coronavirus: Claridge’s offers free rooms to NHS workers unable to stay home during pandemic

Free accommodation has been offered to London NHS workers by Claridge’s hotel to help staff unable to live at home during the coronavirus pandemic.The five-star hotel said it will open its doors to 40 doctors , nurses and other key staff based in London from Friday 3 April.

‘We don’t do apart’: Elderly couple who fought coronavirus together in hospital heap praise on NHS staff

‘We don’t do apart’: Elderly couple who fought coronavirus together in hospital heap praise on NHS staff

An elderly couple who fought Covid-19 together in hospital has heaped praise on NHS staff after recovering from the infection.He also announced that the government is to provide £20 million to the Oxford team to help fund its clinical trials, with a further £22.5 million going to researchers at Imperial College London.

Coronavirus: Dementia patients experiencing increased levels of confusion during pandemic

Coronavirus: Dementia patients experiencing increased levels of confusion during pandemic

People living with dementia are experiencing increased feelings of confusion, paranoia and delusion during the coronavirus pandemic, a charity has said.

Coronavirus: 1,000 volunteer therapists sign up to provide free support to NHS workers

Coronavirus: 1,000 volunteer therapists sign up to provide free support to NHS workers

Organisers said 2,000 NHS staff had registered for help in the first three days alone, with a further 10,000 people attempting to access the service in the past two days.Sam Cotton, therapist and co-founder, said NHS staff are concerned that they won't be able to access support at work due to high demand.

Coronavirus: 28,000 virtual volunteers ‘adopt a grandparent’ to help carehome residents during lockdown

Coronavirus: 28,000 virtual volunteers ‘adopt a grandparent’ to help carehome residents during lockdown

More than 28,000 people from across the world have signed up to an “Adopt a Grandparent” scheme aimed at helping carehome residents during the coronavirus lockdown.

Coronavirus: Miss England who returned to work as NHS doctor ‘concerned’ about lack of PPE

Coronavirus: Miss England who returned to work as NHS doctor ‘concerned’ about lack of PPE

Miss England has said she is concerned about the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) available to NHS staff fighting Covid-19 on the frontline.Ms Mukherjee said that only medics working in intensive care units were given access to PPE, while nurse were given basic surgical masks, "a pinny" and gloves.

Coronavirus: Half of health workers experiencing increased levels of stress and trauma

Coronavirus: Half of health workers experiencing increased levels of stress and trauma

Less than a third of healthcare workers felt the government was doing enough to protect their mental health – 43 per cent of those said too little was being done.

Nurses say training grants are only ‘first step’ in fixing NHS shortage

Nurses say training grants are only ‘first step’ in fixing NHS shortage

The Royal College of Nursing said the new policy was only a “first step” to removing barriers and that more funding was needed.Some 6,,669 nurses were added to the register in that period, the NMC said.

911 call reveals moment woman in vegetative state gave birth: 'Baby's turning blue!'

911 call reveals moment woman in vegetative state gave birth: 'Baby's turning blue!'

A frantic 911 call between members of an Arizona care facility and an emergency dispatcher , has revealed staff scrambling to save a baby born to a woman in a vegetative state and yelling: “The baby’s turning blue!” The recording involves staff at the long-term facility in Phoenix, apparently expressing shock that the 29-year-old woman, who has been incapacitated since the age of three, was pregnant.

Dental Fillings Linked to Pregnancy Risk

Dental Fillings Linked to Pregnancy Risk

Mercury Fillings Linked to Perinatal Death Researchers in Norway analyzed data from more than 72,000 pregnant women, comparing it with the number of teeth filled with dental amalgam .