The World’s Largest Pension Fund Blames Brexit for a $51.8 Billion Loss — Fortune


The Government Pension Investment Fund, the world’s largest pension fund, suffered investment losses of 5.2 trillion yen ($51.8 billion) in the fiscal first quarter as its returns fell on the back of tumbles in global equities. GPIF said Britain’s surprise vote to leave the European Union in June was the catalyst for the latest paper…

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Universal credit delays forcing people to food banks, says MP — Britain Isn’t Eating — HumanSinShadow


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Delays in government’s flagship welfare reform has caused debt, rent arrears and health problems, says Labour MP Frank Field. Source: Universal credit delays forcing people to food banks, says MP via Universal credit delays forcing people to food banks, says MP — Britain Isn’t Eating

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Orlando hospitals won’t bill survivors of Pulse nightclub shooting — WREG.com


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ORLANDO — After a gunman killed 49 people at an Orlando gay nightclub in June, survivors of the massacre faced a new nightmare: mounting medical bills. Orlando Health and Florida Hospital hope to provide some relief to the survivors, and say they will not bill victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting. The hospitals said Wednesday…

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CHEMICAL WARFARE RED ALERT: Zika Panic Chemical Part of a Brain Damaging Binary Weapon Being Carpet Bombed Across America | The Daily Sheeple


THIS IS ALL OUT WAR AGAINST AMERICA. And it’s not just a propaganda war. It’s a chemical war.

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Doctors Get Disciplined For Misconduct; Drug Firms Keep Paying Them


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Doctors Get Disciplined For Misconduct; Drug Firms Keep Paying Them

 

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Hundreds of pharmaceutical and medical device companies continue to pay doctors as promotional speakers and advisers after they’ve been disciplined for serious misconduct, according to an analysis by ProPublica.

One such company is medical device maker Stryker Corp.

In June 2015, New York’s Board for Professional Medical Conduct accused orthopedic surgeon Alexios Apazidis of improperly prescribing pain medications to 28 of his patients. The board fined him $50,000 and placed him on three years‘ probation, requiring that a monitor keep an eye on his practice…..http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2016/08/23/490675125/doctors-get-disciplined-for-misconduct-drug-firms-keep-paying-them