Unhappy patient says doctors watched baseball, and more
A bus driver is suing a Connecticut hospital, claiming that the staff watched a baseball game instead of treating his persistent erection.
Unhappy patients says doctors watched baseballA bus driver is suing a Connecticut hospital, claiming that the staff watched a baseball game instead of treating his persistent erection. Daren Scott went to the Yale–New Haven hospital with a painful erection that had lasted four hours. For an hour, he claims, “the staff, including the physicians, continued to watch the baseball game and ignore plaintiff’s condition,” resulting in lasting damage.
It's all in the timingDavis High School in Utah has been fined $15,000 because its vending machines dispensed soda during lunch. Federal nutrition guidelines allow schools to have vending machines, but ban sugary drinks with school meals. “You can buy a Coke before lunch, and consume it during lunch,” a spokesman said, “but you can’t buy a Coke during lunch.”