ALSO NOTED: Nursing homes drop physical restraints; Neurosurgeon accused of discrimination; and much more...

> Once a common practice at nursing homes across the country, physical restraints now are becoming a thing of the past. Article

> For a man in Spokane, WA, who needed a liver transplant but initially was denied permission to get the procedure done on a technicality, help finally is on the way. Article

> According to a report by the Boston Globe, the chief neurosurgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital is being accused of discrimination after a female neurosurgeon was passed over for a promotion. Article

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