thejapantimes, to Japan
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The city of Matsusaka in Mie Prefecture began on June 1 to collect fees from patients taken by ambulance to any of its three core hospitals but who are assessed as not needing hospitalization. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2024/06/10/japan/society/ambulance-extra-fee/

Peternimmo, to Russia
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appassionato, to DadBin
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A Palestinian girl carries a young child at Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir el-Balah, central Gaza, after they were both wounded in the Israeli bombardment of a residential building in the Bureij refugee camp late on Tuesday [Saher Alghorra/AP Photo]

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appassionato, to DadBin
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Wounded child at a hospital

@photography
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appassionato, to palestine
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destroyed at Kamal Adwan Hospital

Gaza’s hospitals have been relying on generators powered by humanitarian fuel deliveries to run oxygen machines and other services since all electricity was cut off to the Gaza Strip in October [Mousa Salem/Anadolu images]

The 10-bed stabilisation centre at Kamal Adwan Hospital, the only facility treating severe acute malnutrition in northern Gaza, was evacuated last week.

@palestine

ErikJonker, to Cybersecurity Dutch
@ErikJonker@mastodon.social avatar

Critical incident declared as ransomware attack disrupts multiple London hospitals.
https://therecord.media/london-hospitals-ransomware-attack-critical-incident-declared

appassionato, to palestine
@appassionato@mastodon.social avatar

Health workers killed in the Gaza war have included 55 highly qualified specialists who were seeking to create a healthcare system for a Palestinian state.

https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/israel-palestinians-gaza-health/

@palestine

appassionato,
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appassionato, to DadBin
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Ten-year-old Siraj Yassin suffers from leukaemia, which has destroyed his immune system and left him unable to walk. Doctors at Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Gaza say the boy cannot access chemotherapy in Gaza and also cannot get out of the besieged and bombarded territory for treatment now that Israeli forces have shut the only exit through the Rafah crossing into Egypt.

@palestine


appassionato, to DadBin
@appassionato@mastodon.social avatar

Hell on Earth

"Gaza at the moment is hell on Earth, it really is. We're watching people die meaninglessly."
Dr Adusumilli.

"The first trauma is that they're under bombardment and they're being killed, and they're seeing their family and loved ones killed.

"The second trauma is that nobody's doing anything about it, that they now know that the whole world knows, and yet no-one is stopping it."

Dr Wong

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2024-06-03/nsw-doctors-and-psychologist-return-gaza-israel-conflict/103890956

@palestine



GMIK69, to australia
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'Significant #demand' crippling South #Australia #hospitals as 270 #staff stay home with #COVID https://www.abc.net.au/news/2024-05-30/sa-public-hospitals-in-internal-emergency/103915690

South Australian public hospitals are under strain with the health department boss declaring a system-wide internal emergency after many staff are sick with COVID.

ProPublica, to Texas
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#Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Is Increasingly Using Consumer Protection Laws to Pursue #Political Targets

Paxton has repeatedly used #laws that are supposed to protect people from fraudulent or deceptive practices to pursue entities he disagrees with politically, including #hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and #LGBTQ+ groups.

#News #Law #CriminalJustice

https://www.propublica.org/article/ken-paxton-consumer-protection-laws-political-targets

reederm, to psychology
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Psychology news robots distributing from dozens of sources: https://mastodon.clinicians-exchange.org
.
There has been a lot of talk lately in tech circles and on YouTube about
how to get out of receiving AI-generated suggestions when you do a web
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a) They are often wrong,
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c) They use all the earth's websites as their database, thereby stealing
everyone's content and rendering visiting the actual content creator
websites mute (unless AI answers wrong).

Here are some ways to turn off the AI in web search:

  1. https://searx.tuxcloud.net/search -- This site is part of a network
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    https://searx.space/ for a list of other search URLs in the network.

  2. Set your default search engine to Wikipedia:
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  3. Change your Google search default to: *
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You probably can't edit the existing Google listing, so you'll need to
create a new search shortcut. Some directions on how to do this can be
found at:*
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appassionato, to DadBin
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Palestinians wounded in Israeli strikes on the Bureij refugee camp are given first aid at the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir el-Balah on May 25, 2024 in the central Gaza Strip [Bashar Taleb/AFP]

@palestine


appassionato, to palestine
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The Kuwaiti Hospital in Rafah in southern Gaza has shut down after two of its medical staff were killed in an Israeli attack just outside its front doors.

The facility is Rafah’s main hospital and was where most of the victims of an Israeli attack on a tent camp for displaced people in Rafah were seeking treatment.

Out of Gaza’s 36 , only 16 are functional, but only in a limited manner. All medical facilities lack critical supplies, staff and medicine.

@palestine

appassionato, to Canada
@appassionato@mastodon.social avatar

“There is seriously something dystopian about this moment when Rafah is on fire being massacred and Palestinian healthcare is beyond overwhelmed after systematic and targeted sieges on hospitals […] While medical institutions in Canada are still seriously talking about how watermelons are considered offensive.”

Yipeng Ge 葛义朋, a Canadian doctor

@palestine



appassionato, to palestine
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Israel’s latest attack on an “area full of tents made of highly flammable material” in Rafah, comes as people in Gaza are completely spent after months struggling to find food, water and shelter.

“They know that there’s no place that is safe. They know that there are no hospitals that they can … rely on for life-saving treatment, given all the systematic assaults on hospitals.”

Nour Odeh

@palestine


appassionato, to DadBin
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A Palestinian child, wounded in an Israeli strike on an area designated for displaced people, is assisted at a hospital in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, May 26, 2024 [Moaz Abu Taha/ Reuters]

@palestine



appassionato, to palestine
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The death toll from Israel attack on the tent camp at Tal as-Sultan area has risen to 40.

Most of the victims were women and children.

Palestine Red Crescent Society (PRCS) said that many of the people inside the tents were burnt alive. The PRCS also said that hospitals in the area are incapable of handling this large number of victims as a result of the occupation’s deliberate destruction of the health system in Gaza.

@palestine


appassionato, to palestine
@appassionato@mastodon.social avatar

Israel has intensified its Rafah offensive despite yesterday’s ICJ ruling for it to halt, including bombing residential buildings near the Kuwaiti Hospital.

A series of Israeli air attacks have killed dozens of people throughout northern Gaza, including women and children sheltering in Beit Hanoon.

Northern Gaza’s Kamal Adwan Hospital is out of service as Israeli forces continue to surround it.

@palestine




appassionato, to DadBin
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A man carries an injured Palestinian child to Al-Aqsa Hospital following an Israeli attack on the Bureij refugee camp, in Deir el-Balah, Gaza, on May 21, 2024 [Ashraf Amra/Anadolu Agency]

@palestine


appassionato, to palestine
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As Al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir el-Balah struggles to get fuel, its oxygen generators may run out of power, putting the lives of 20 newborns in peril, warns the UN’s children agency, UNICEF.

@palestine



appassionato, to palestine
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Iyad al-Jabri, the medical director at the Al-Aqsa Hospital in Gaza’s Deir el-Balah, said more than 4,000 litres of fuel was required each day to continue operations and care for patients in the medical facility, which is now in darkness as power generators have shut down.

“We have hundreds of patients including the injured and those that are diagnosed with kidney failure and need electricity for their dialysis treatment.”

@palestine


appassionato, to DadBin
@appassionato@mastodon.social avatar

A patient surrounded by family members sits on a bed in a corridor lit by sunlight seeping through a window after a power cut at the Al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir el-Balah, which has run out of fuel to power generators to keep the lights on in the packed medical facility on May 23, 2024 [Bashar Taleb/AFP]

@palestine


appassionato, to DadBin
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A man carries an injured child as wounded Palestinians are brought to Al-Aqsa Hospital following an Israeli attacks on Bureij refugee camp, in Deir el-Balah, Gaza on Tuesday [Ashraf Amra/Anadolu Agency]

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