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Some ICU admissions may be preventable in US
Many admissions to the intensive care unit may be preventable, potentially decreasing health care costs and improving care, according to new research published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society.
UK hospital admissions for addiction soar as treatment budgets fall
More than half of the local authorities in England have cut their budgets for alcohol and drug treatment, even though admissions to hospital for problems related to addiction are soaring, said MPs.
Admissions to hospital for drug-related mental health problems soar
Soaring numbers of children, young people and pensioners in England, the UK, are being taken to hospital after suffering serious mental disorders as a result of taking drugs, National Health Service (NHS) figures revealed.
Sharp rise in flu hospital admissions in England
There was a sharp rise in hospital admissions in England for confirmed flu cases in the last week of December, Public Health England (PHE) figures show.
Self-harm hospital admissions of UK children up
Nearly 19,000 children were admitted to hospital after self-harming last year in England and Wales — a rise of 14 percent over the past three years, according to the children's charity, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children NSPCC.
Shrinking distances for school admissions
Families have to live within 300 meters of a school to get a place in almost a hundred schools, according to an analysis of school admissions.
University gender gap growing warns admissions chief
A worrying gender gap has emerged in higher education in the UK, with girls dominating admissions to leading universities, the head of the admissions service has warned.
Asian-Americans accuse Harvard of ‘systemic discrimination’ in admissions
Asian-American students have accused Harvard University of practicing a "systemic and continuous discrimination" against them during its admissions process.

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