College students more likely to talk about sexual health issues after watching Television shows What would Samantha and Miranda perform? That’s what viewers of days gone by HBO series Sex and the town may request themselves when faced with the prospect of unpleasant discussions about sexual health with partners, friends and doctors new treatment . Researchers found that university students were more than twice as likely to discuss sexual health issues with their companions after viewing a Sex and the town episode featuring the characters Samantha and Miranda having identical conversations, compared to students who noticed different episodes.
Colorado Society of Anesthesiologists disagree with NPATCH’s support on anesthesia administration ‘The Colorado Culture of Anesthesiologists strongly disagrees with NPATCH’s support for allowing nurses to administer anesthesia without physician supervision. Regrettably, their actions was not unexpected. It is disturbing that NPATCH and others would support guidelines whereby a patient’s life-and-death medical decisions would be made by nurses, not doctors. As Governor Ritter considers what is best for the people of Colorado, we respectfully urge him to reconsider getting the state opt-out of a guideline and standard of treatment that protects individual health insurance and safety. ‘It has been reported that Governor Ritter will make a decision on the opt-out rule by today, however, we argue that this issue should not be rushed.’..