Reports: N.J. Cafeteria Worker Fired For Bleeding On BagelsA New Jersey school cafeteria worker has been fired after students picked up bagels covered in blood earlier this month, according to published reports.
Blood Stocks Need To Be Replenished After Hurricane SandyThough hospital needs were met, and heroic donors found the NYBC facilities that were able to remain open, the unprecedented disruption depleted the blood supply to the point where a significant recovery effort is necessary.
Facial Fillers: Natural Botox Alternative Said To Erase Wrinkles Without ChemicalsIn what might seem like a page out of the “Twilight” series, people looking to erase fine facial lines and wrinkles can undergo a procedure that uses patient’s own blood to reverse visible signs of aging.
Rodney Atkins Battles A 7-Foot Bull SharkThere were gunshots and there was blood when Rodney Atkins and his son Elijah had a frightening encounter with a 7-foot bull shark in Florida this spring. "Oh, my God, what are we doin' here?"
Billy Ray Cyrus Shares Bloody Photo Of Weekend Scare!No it’s not Halloween, though when you see the bloody photo that Billy Ray Cyrus tweeted of his son, you may think differently.
Blood Collection Workers On Strike At Red Cross In ConnecticutThe American Red Cross is sending shipments of blood into Connecticut to help fill a gap left by a blood collection workers strike that began last week.
Days Shaved Off NJ Inmate's Sentence After Rescue Of Animal Shelter WorkerInmate Justin Peggs says he feared the pit bull would attack him too as he wrestled it off Kathleen James and held it down.
NYC Hospitals Cited For Leaving Items In Patients, Using Wrong BloodSeveral New York City hospitals have landed on the 2011 watch list after reporting deadly patient-safety lapses including leaving sponges and surgical instruments inside patients, according to the Niagara Health Quality Coalition.
NJ Hospitals To Screen Newborns For Congenital Heart DefectsNew Jersey is the first state to require hospitals to check newborns for congenital heart defects. Gov. Chris Christie signed the measure into law, requiring hospitals to perform a test which determines the amount of oxygen in the blood before a newborn is discharged.
NJ Minister Pleads Not Guilty To Attempted MurderRev. Edward Fairley of Paterson was arraigned in state court. The judge set bail at $1 million and sent the case to a grand jury.
NJ Pastor Accused Of Stabbing AnotherAuthorities said the Rev. Edward Fairley stormed into a Paterson home and stabbed the Rev. Simone Shields in the face and torso while she was getting her hair done.