Hospital fires 15 employees for accessing octuplet mom’s records

Fifteen employees at a Kaiser Permanente hospital have been let go and eight others reprimanded for improperly accessing the personal medical records of Nadya Suleman, the California woman who gave birth to octuplets in January.

Anxiety, depression rise sharply as economy tumbles

As the economy continues to falter, Canadian employees are feeling more anxious, depressed and stressed that ever. This is causing serious long-term health problems for individuals, and decreasing productivity at companies.

Parrot Minikit gives drivers a great hands-free link to their cell phone

An alternative to wearing a Bluetooth headset is to clip this device on to your car's sun visor. This device is easy to install, easy to use and proves to offer good call quality and voice recognition. It's one option to keep both your hands on the wheel while you drive.

Wal-Mart to bring electronic health records into small medical offices

Wal-Mart is making a move into the electronic health records market. The big-box retailer is "seeking to bring the technology into the mainstream for physicians in small offices.

Canadians look to tax software to maximize refunds, pay down debt

Many cash-strapped Canadians -- battling a recession -- are hoping to optimize their tax returns and maximize their refunds. Experts from tax software makers Dr. Tax and Intuit provide some smart tips on how to do this ... and receive the most from the taxman this April.

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