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EMERGING MARKETS-U.S. political woes lift emerging stocks, FX ahead of Fed

LONDON, Dec 13 (Reuters) - Emerging stocks and currencies sailed higher on Wednesday ahead of an expected Federal Reserve interest rate hike, lifted by U.S. assets nursing losses after President Donald Trump's Republicans suffered an election defeat.

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China jails 21 people for 2015 nursing home fire: Xinhua

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China has jailed 21 people for their roles in a deadly fire that killed 39 elderly people at a private nursing home two years ago, state-run Xinhua news agency reported on Friday.

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Nordic Capital agreed to buy German nursing home group Alloheim -sources

FRANKFURT, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Buyout group Nordic Capital has agreed to buy Alloheim, one of Germany's top three nursing home operators, for about 1.1 billion euros ($1.3 billion) including debt, sources close to the matter said.

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Republicans in House seek protection for municipal bonds in tax bill

(Reuters) - A group of Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday urged keeping federal tax breaks on private activity bonds sold by the developers of hospitals, nursing homes, airports and toll roads to reduce costs.

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2018 favorite Medvedeva has broken foot, may miss GP Final

(Reuters) - Evgenia Medvedeva, widely seen as the favorite for gold at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, is nursing a broken foot and could miss next month's Grand Prix Final, the Russian figure skater has said.

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Nursing home residents eligible for palliative care often don’t get it

(Reuters Health) - Many nursing home residents who might benefit from palliative care to make them more comfortable and improve their quality of life don’t receive it, a small U.S. study suggests.

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HCR ManorCare gets respite from dropped Medicare fraud lawsuit

CHICAGO, Nov 20 (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department withdrew a Medicare fraud lawsuit against HCR ManorCare, removing a cloud over one the largest U.S. nursing home chains as it nears a deadline to settle a legal dispute with its landlord.

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Genesis Healthcare sees nursing home lease deals saving cash

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Genesis Healthcare Inc, one of the largest U.S. nursing home operators, expects to bounce back from industry woes after reaching a deal to restructure some of its leases, Chief Executive George Hager told investors on Thursday.

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Awaiting Trump's coal comeback, miners reject retraining

WAYNESBURG, Pa. (Reuters) - When Mike Sylvester entered a career training center earlier this year in southwestern Pennsylvania, he found more than one hundred federally funded courses covering everything from computer programming to nursing.

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The Neediest Cases Fund: Breathing in Ocean Air After ‘Rotting Away’ for Years

For nearly a decade, Charlotte Wood, 66, languished in a nursing home, feeling trapped by her health problems. A motorized wheelchair and a home by the sea have given her more freedom.

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Venezuelan opposition disarray heaps pain on protesters

CARACAS/SAN CRISTOBAL, Venezuela (Reuters) - With some nursing wounds, others jailed and many heading abroad, Venezuela's young opposition supporters are demoralized by the ruling socialists' shock election win this month, after prolonged protests failed to oust President Nicolas Maduro.

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How CNN reported on Nuedexta

CNN has released an investigation exposing the inappropriate and potentially fraudulent use of a popular nursing home drug called Nuedexta. Read it here.

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Column: With U.S. elder abuse in spotlight, a look at guardians

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Are unsuspecting seniors around the United States being scooped up without warning from their homes, placed in nursing homes and having their possessions taken away?

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Short on staff: Nursing crisis strains U.S. hospitals

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia (Reuters) - A shortage of nurses at U.S. hospitals hit West Virginia's Charleston Area Medical Center at the worst possible time.

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INSIGHT-Short on staff: Nursing crisis strains U.S. hospitals

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia, Oct 20 (Reuters) - A shortage of nurses at U.S. hospitals hit West Virginia's Charleston Area Medical Center at the worst possible time.

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Los Angeles investigating drugmaker after CNN reported its pill was being pushed on the elderly

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer has launched an investigation into California-based drugmaker Avanir Pharmaceuticals, the subject of a CNN report into its aggressive targeting of nursing home residents with a drug called Nuedexta that may be unnecessary or unsafe for this population.

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Strong private equity interest in German Alloheim sale -sources

FRANKFURT, Oct 19 (Reuters) - Several buyout groups remain in the running for Alloheim, one of Germany's top three nursing home operators, as its owner seeks to benefit from high valuations for healthcare assets, sources close to the matter said.

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'Oh my God, this is crazy': 911 calls from nursing home where patients died in heat

We know how the ordeal ended -- with the deaths of 14 people from a sweltering Florida nursing home.

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Hear 911 calls from nursing home tragedy

Officials have released 911 calls made from a Florida nursing home where 14 people died after Hurricane Irma slammed into Florida.

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911 Calls From Nursing Home Where Residents Died: ‘Oh My God, This Is Crazy’

The police in Hollywood, Fla., released 911 calls from a nursing home under investigation after some of its residents died in the post-hurricane heat.

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U.S. nursing home chain faces landlord showdown over default

CHICAGO, Oct 16 (Reuters) - The fate of one of the largest U.S. nursing home operators, HCR ManorCare, will reach a critical court deadline on Thursday in a battle over months of unpaid rent, a growing problem in an industry where eviction would put thousands of elderly out on the street.

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Nursing degrees increasing, but not on track to meet goal for acute care

(Reuters Health) - The proportion of registered nurses with nursing bachelor’s degrees has climbed in recent years to 57 percent in U.S. acute care settings, but it’s not rising fast enough to reach a goal of 80 percent by the year 2020, researchers say.

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The little red pill being pushed on the elderly

The maker of a little red pill intended to treat a rare condition is raking in hundreds of millions of dollars a year as it aggressively targets frail and elderly nursing home residents for whom the drug may be unnecessary or even unsafe, a CNN investigation has found.

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Florida nursing home death toll reaches 14

Two more former residents of a Florida nursing home have died roughly a month after Hurricane Irma knocked out the facility's air conditioning, the Hollywood Police Department announced Monday. The Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills failed to evacuate residents from the sweltering heat in the days following the storm.

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Workers laid off at Florida nursing home where 12 died after Irma

A Florida nursing home where a dozen patients died after Hurricane Irma knocked out power has closed and laid off its 245 employees, according to a notice to state officials.

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Nursing home death: 'All they had to do was call 911,' family says

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Man's plea to family before storm: Hurry

Erica Navarro says she couldn't get back to Florida in time to see her grandfather Miguel Antonio Franco before he died when his nursing home failed to evacuate residents in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

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Holly Bobo's murderer sentenced to life

The man convicted of the death, rape, and abduction of 20-year-old nursing student Holly Bobo was sentenced to life without parole.

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Man spared death penalty for 2011 murder of Tennessee nursing student

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Reuters) - Zachary Adams will spend the rest of his life in prison for the 2011 kidnapping, rape and murder of Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo after a plea deal on Saturday spared him from the death penalty.

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At Florida Nursing Home, Many Calls for Help, but None That Made a Difference

After the home lost power to its air-conditioning, 11 of its residents died. Records and interviews show a preventable descent into chaos.

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Man found guilty of 2011 murder of Tennessee nursing student

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Reuters) - The first of three men arrested and facing trial in the 2011 kidnapping, rape and murder of Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo was found guilty on all counts on Friday in Savannah, Tennessee.

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Death toll from overheated Florida nursing home rises to 10

(Reuters) - A 10th elderly patient at a Miami-area nursing home has died after she was exposed to sweltering heat in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, police said on Thursday.

Hurricane Irma (2017) nytimes.com

Florida Nursing Home Listed Dead Resident as ‘Resting in Bed,’ State Says

State officials said a nursing home made late and “dubious” entries in medical records on the morning eight residents died in the post-hurricane heat.

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9th death in post-Irma nursing home tragedy

A ninth victim has died after a Florida nursing home failed to evacuate its residents, who suffered for days in oppressive heat with no air conditioning, after Hurricane Irma, according to the Hollywood Police Department.

Politics and Government nytimes.com

Florida Governor Imposes New Rules After Nursing Home Deaths

They will require nursing homes and assisted living facilities to have generators that can keep comfortable temperatures for four days after power loss.

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‘Their Deaths Are the Stuff of Nightmares’

Our top 10 comments of the week: Readers discuss deaths at a sweltering nursing home, a new universal health care proposal, and cute Wi-Fi network names.

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Video shows woman sat naked on a bed as residents suffered in sweltering Florida nursing home

On the night before emergency workers had to evacuate people from a Florida nursing home where eight died, residents suffered in the sweltering heat as staff used fans to cool them, and one woman sat naked in a bed in a hallway, a video obtained by CNN shows.

Power Failures and Blackouts nytimes.com

Pleas for Help at Florida Nursing Home Where Heat Took Lives

The home said it had called the power utility repeatedly after its air-conditioning went out, and was assured that help was on the way.

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About 1.5 million, mostly in Florida, without power in Irma's wake

MIAMI (Reuters) - About 1.5 million homes and businesses in Florida and Georgia remained without power on Friday after Hurricane Irma, including 46 of Florida's nearly 700 nursing homes caught in the deadly storm's path.

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New video inside Florida nursing home

Newly acquired video shows conditions inside the Florida nursing home where eight people have died following Hurricane Irma.

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CORRECTED--Florida governor vows aggressive probe of Irma nursing home deaths

HOLLYWOOD, Fla./SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Sept 13 (Reuters) - F lorida Governor Rick Scott vowed on Wednesday that the state would aggressively investigate how six people died at a nursing home that lost power when Hurricane Irma rampaged through the region, as millions coped with another day without electricity.

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Police obtain search warrant in probe of 8 nursing home deaths

FORT MYERS, Fla. (Reuters) - Police obtained a search warrant on Thursday in their criminal investigation of the deaths of eight elderly patients exposed to sweltering heat inside a Miami-area nursing home left with little or no air conditioning after Hurricane Irma struck.

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Nursing Home Deaths in Florida Heighten Scrutiny of Disaster Planning

Some are questioning whether a new rule on temperature control, soon to take effect, should be strengthened after eight residents died in a center without air-conditioning.

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Police obtain search warrant in probe of eight nursing home deaths

FORT MYERS, Fla. (Reuters) - Police obtained a search warrant on Thursday in their criminal investigation of the deaths of eight elderly patients exposed to sweltering heat inside a Miami-area nursing home that continued to operate with little or no air conditioning after Hurricane Irma struck.

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Nursing home deaths show risks of being old in Florida

During the first 20 days of August 2003, almost 15,000 elderly French citizens died as a heat wave hovered over that country. Temperatures had risen only 7.2 degrees Fahrenheit over their usual seasonal averages.

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Friend's last moments with nursing home victim

Jean Johnson, a friend of Betty Hibbard, describes her friend's final days. Hibbard was one of eight people who died after a nursing home in Hollywood, Florida, had its air conditioning knocked out after Hurricane Irma.

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Trump to visit hurricane-ravaged Florida

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump visits hurricane-ravaged Florida on Thursday where police are probing the deaths of eight patients inside a nursing home as Hurricane Irma left millions in the state without power.

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Son of one of eight residents who died at Florida nursing home says he couldn't reach his mom for days

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Florida deaths in sweltering nursing home show post-disaster perils

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (Reuters) - Inside a sweltering nursing home, a crisis unfolded on Wednesday as 150 centers across Florida still lacked power days after Hurricane Irma ravaged the state.

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Criminal probe opens into eight deaths at Florida nursing home after Irma

HOLLYWOOD, Fla./SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) - Police on Wednesday opened a criminal investigation into the deaths of eight elderly patients inside a stifling South Florida nursing home that lost power during Hurricane Irma.

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UPDATE 7-Florida governor vows aggressive probe of Irma nursing home deaths

* Authorities working to restore basic services (Updates with details on patient treatment)

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Florida governor vows aggressive probe of Irma nursing home deaths

HOLLYWOOD, Fla./SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) - Florida Governor Rick Scott on Wednesday vowed that the state would aggressively investigate how six people died at a nursing home that lost power when Hurricane Irma rampaged through the region, as millions coped with another day without electricity.

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UPDATE 6-Florida governor vows aggressive probe of Irma nursing home deaths

* Authorities working to restore basic services (Recasts with fresh quotes from Florida governor)

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Six die in Florida nursing home after Irma; millions still without power

HOLLYWOOD, Fla./SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) - The death toll from Hurricane Irma climbed on Wednesday, with authorities reporting six patients at a Florida nursing home died after it had lost power, as millions struggled with no electricity and scarce essential services in the storm-hit state.

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UPDATE 1-Florida nursing home where deaths occurred was not on priority list -utility

Sept 13 (Reuters) - Florida Power & Light said on Wednesday it had provided power to part of a nursing home that housed six residents who died after the facility lost electricity due to Hurricane Irma, adding that it was not on a county priority list for emergency power restoration.

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Six die in Florida nursing home that lost power after Irma

HOLLYWOOD, Fla./SAN JUAN, P.R. (Reuters) - Hurricane Irma claimed eight more lives, including six patients at a Florida nursing home that lost power, authorities said on Wednesday, as millions struggled without electricity and residents trickled back to the devastated Florida Keys.

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UPDATE 4-Six die in Florida nursing home that lost power after Irma

* Authorities working to restore basic services (Updates number of deaths at nursing home, adds new damage estimates)

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FPL says provided power to parts of Florida nursing home where deaths occurred

WASHINGTON, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Florida Power & Light said on Wednesday it had provided power to some parts of the nursing home where people died after the facility lost electricity due to Hurricane Irma and that the home was not on a county top tier list for emergency power restoration.

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Five die at Florida nursing home as Irma toll hits 69; 4 million without power

MIAMI/SAN JUAN, P.R. (Reuters) - Hurricane Irma has claimed eight more lives, including five patients at a Florida nursing home that lost power, authorities said on Wednesday, as more than 4 million people in four states struggled without electricity and residents slowly returned to the devastated Florida Keys.

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UPDATE 3-Five die at Fla. nursing home as Irma toll hits 69; 4 mln without power

* Authorities working to restore basic services (Updates death toll, adds fresh quotes)

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Five Dead After Florida Nursing Home Goes Without Air Conditioning

Five people had died and 115 had been evacuated from a nursing home in Hollywood, Fla., the police said on Wednesday.

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Five die in Florida nursing home after Irma knocked out power

MIAMI/SAN JUAN, P.R. (Reuters) - Hurricane Irma has claimed five more lives, patients at a Florida nursing home that lost electricity during the storm that brought widespread flooding and power outages over the weekend, authorities said on Wednesday.

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UPDATE 2-Five die in Florida nursing home after Irma knocked out power

* Authorities working to restore basic services (Adds reports of fresh deaths at Florida nursing home)

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Authorities are evacuating about 100 patients from the South Florida home in a region without power after Irma

At least two people have died at a nursing home in Hollywood, Florida, Broward County Mayor Barbara Sharief said Wednesday. She said she did not have any details about the causes of death, and that authorities are investigating. Firefighters are helping evacuate about 100 people from the nursing home. CNN affiliate WPLG reported that the home's air-conditioning had been out since Hurricane Irma struck Sunday.

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Florida seniors, nursing homes prepare for Hurricane Irma

Nursing homes and assisted-living facilities across South Florida are preparing for Hurricane Irma to strike, and they have emergency plans in place to help keep seniors safe.

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In nursing homes, more independence tied to higher fracture risk

Reuters Health - Seniors living on their own may have a greater risk of fractures when they’re less mobile and less able to manage daily tasks without help, but in nursing homes the opposite may be true, a recent study suggests.

Hurricanes and Tropical Storms nytimes.com

For Vulnerable Older Adults, a Harrowing Sense of Being Trapped

Thousands of people were evacuated from Texas nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Many still need medicine, medical help and a return home.

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Hospitals hang on: Facilities stay open through luck and pluck

Workers at the Texas health care system's emergency operations center are keeping a close eye on the hospitals and nursing homes in the Port Arthur-Beaumont area closely Wednesday, hoping the flooding from Hurricane Harvey spares their medical facilities. But not all facilities have been so fortunate.

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Rescued Women Make It to Another Nursing Center. The Cat’s O.K., Too.

Remember the photograph of women stuck in rising, murky floodwaters in Dickinson, Tex., on Sunday? Here’s where they are now.

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Texas senior citizens in viral photo now safe

A widely shared photo showed senior citizens in a suburban Houston nursing home, waiting helplessly to be rescued as floodwaters rose around them. Now, those residents of the La Vita Bella assisted living facility are dry and safe in another nursing home nearby.

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Dry, warm and safe: Help arrives for flooded senior citizens in viral photo

A widely shared photo this week showed senior citizens in a suburban Houston nursing home, waiting helplessly to be rescued as floodwaters rose around them.

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Nursing home residents sit in floodwater up to their waists

Rescuers were able to save 20-25 nursing home residents from La Vita Bella nursing home in Dickinson, Texas, after catastrophic flooding.

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Nursing home residents rescued as floodwater soaked them

Residents of a nursing home in Dickinson, Texas, have been rescued after they waited patiently for help as floodwaters rose around them.

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Jury believed what others had not: Caregiver raped women

At first, no one believed them when they said the charming, well-liked aide in the nursing home where they lived had raped them.

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Hospital patients don't get good data on nursing homes

(Reuters Health) - Patients in U.S. hospitals who need to be transferred to a nursing home are often left to choose a facility without the benefit of important information, suggests a new study.

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Mumbai building collapse kills at least four, many feared trapped

MUMBAI (Reuters) - A four-storey building housing a nursing home in the suburbs of the Indian city of Mumbai collapsed on Tuesday, killing at least four people with more than 30 feared trapped, fire and police officials said.

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Quality Care warns of receivership for big U.S. nursing home chain

CHICAGO, July 21 (Reuters) - U.S. healthcare landlord Quality Care Properties Inc said on Friday that it can seek receivership for the country's second-largest nursing home chain, HCR ManorCare, after it failed to make a $79.6 million payment for current and past rent.

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More non-doctors providing U.S. nursing home healthcare

As the U.S. healthcare system grows to accommodate more aging patients, nursing home care is increasingly being delivered by specialized nurses and physician assistants, according to a recent study.

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Animal first: wild lioness photographed nursing leopard cub

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Scientists long assumed lions were hard-wired to kill leopards on sight, until a wild lioness was caught on camera this week nursing a leopard cub.

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UPDATE 1-Carlyle prepares sale of German nursing home group Alloheim - sources

* Alloheim may be valued at up to 1 bln eur - sources (Adds background, detail)

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Nursing while pregnant safe for most healthy mothers

(Reuters Health) - Healthy, well-nourished women who breastfeed while pregnant don’t seem to increase their risk of delivering prematurely, miscarrying, or having a low-birth-weight baby, the authors of a new research review conclude.

Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures nytimes.com

Canadian Nursing Home Deal Spurs Questions About Chinese Money

Anbang bought a retirement home chain despite United States questions about the Chinese company’s murky ownership. With its chairman detained, some officials are worried.

Nursing Homes nytimes.com

Poor Patient Care at Many Nursing Homes Despite Stricter Oversight

Homes forced to undergo the federal government’s strictest scrutiny often slide back into providing dangerous care.

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BRIEF-Kindred Healthcare says expects to incur total of $315 mln-$350 mln in costs, charges related to sale of skilled nursing facility business

* Kindred Healthcare says expects to incur total of $315 million - $350 million in costs, charges related to sale of skilled nursing facility business-sec filing Source text (http://bit.ly/2tFDtiF) Further company coverage:

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BRIEF-Ventas reaffirms expected sale of 36 skilled nursing facilities for $700 mln

* Ventas reaffirms expected sale of 36 skilled nursing facilities for $700 million to facilitate kindred healthcare’s exit from its skilled nursing segment

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BRIEF-Kindred reaches agreement with BM Eagle to sell its skilled nursing facility business for $700 mln

* Kindred announces definitive agreement to divest skilled nursing facility business

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'Star Wars' star surprises veteran's family

"Star Wars" star, Adam Driver, surprises the daughter of an injured army veteran, awarding her a scholarship in order to finish nursing school.

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Middle class could feel squeeze on nursing home care

Alice Jacobs, 90, once owned a factory and horses. She raised four children and buried two husbands.

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Cuts to Medicaid May Limit Access to Nursing Homes

Medicaid, targeted by Republicans’ health care bills, pays for most of the 1.4 million elderly people in nursing homes. Cutbacks to the program may limit their care.

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BRIEF-Medequities Realty Trust to acquire skilled nursing facility from Prospect Medical Holdings

* Medequities Realty Trust to acquire Skilled Nursing Facility from Prospect Medical Holdings for $10 million and initiates new relationship

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Trump admin ending program for mothers, children seeking asylum

The Trump administration is shuttering a program designed to keep vulnerable asylum seekers -- mainly mothers and young children, including pregnant and nursing women -- out of detention.

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Flannery wins top GE job after nursing growth at healthcare unit

June 12 (Reuters) - When John Flannery was chosen to head GE Healthcare in 2014, his background as chief dealmaker for the industrial conglomerate led to speculation GE might consider spinning off its somewhat sickly health business.

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Quality Care seeks funding to buy No. 2 U.S. nursing home chain

NASHVILLE, Tenn., June 8 (Reuters) - Quality Care Properties Inc, one of the largest U.S. healthcare landlords, said on Thursday it is meeting with lenders to discuss up to $500 million in funding to acquire its main tenant, No. 2 U.S. nursing home chain HCR ManorCare.

Murders, Attempted Murders and Homicides nytimes.com

Ex-Nurse Pleads Guilty to Killing 8 Patients at Ontario Nursing Homes

Elizabeth Tracey Mae Wettlaufer admitted to injecting 14 people with insulin for no medical reason from 2007 to 2014. Eight were killed and six seriously injured.

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Personal music playlists may reduce medication use with dementia

(Reuters Health) - Nursing home residents with dementia who listen to a personalized music playlist may need less psychotropic medication and have improved behavior, a recent study suggests.

Monkeys and Apes nytimes.com

Trilobites: Nearly a Decade Nursing? Study Pierces Orangutans’ Mother-Child Bond

Researchers think they may have found a clue for why the critically endangered apes nurse longer than any other mammal: environmental fluctuations in food.

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New police chief among 3 killed at nursing home

A gunman on Friday shot and killed a central Ohio village's new police chief -- a father of six who'd been on the job just a few weeks -- in an alley before entering a nursing home and killing two employees, police said.

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Police chief, on job for 3 weeks, fatally shot at Ohio nursing home

(Reuters) - A police chief in a central Ohio town, on the job for just three weeks, was among four people fatally shot on Friday morning at a nursing and rehabilitation home, officials said.

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Gut bacteria may help explain benefits of breastfeeding

(Reuters Health) - Breastfeeding has long been linked to a variety of health benefits in babies, and a new study suggests that bacteria transferred from mothers to their nursing infants might be at least partly responsible.

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Einhorn, nursing losses on Tesla, says investors 'hypnotized' by Musk

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Hedge fund manager David Einhorn said on Wednesday that investors remain charmed by Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk, boosting the stock by 30 percent in the first quarter, even though the electric car maker's performance did not justify such gains.