Under South Carolina law, people who have been certified by a physician as posing an imminent risk of harm to themselves by virtue of mental illness and are the subject of an involuntary emergency admission must be transported by law enforcement to whichever designated hospital has agreed to admit them, according to officials with the state's Department of Mental Health.
Anyone with a newborn will tell you to sleep before the baby arrives because once that little bundle of joy tiny ball of terror arrives you won't won't be able to get any zzz's. But unfortunately for 78 per cent of women, pregnancy itself can be the start of restless nights. According to the National Sleep Foundation, changes in hormone levels is one of the main reasons for sleep changes in pregnant women. Other causes of discomfort include weight gain and belly growth, nausea, cramping, congestion, heartburn and the increased urge to urinate. Some pregnant women may even experience insomnia closer to their due date as anxiety and labour fears begin to set in.
An Egyptian woman who was known as the'world's heaviest woman' when she reportedly weighed over 1,100 pounds has died from complications from her mass even after recently undergoing weight loss surgery An Egyptian woman who once held the title of "world's heaviest woman" died in a hospital in the United Arab Emirates, her doctors said. Eman Abdul Atti, who at one point reportedly weighed over 1,100 pounds, was 37. Burjeel Hospital, which had a team of 20 doctors caring for Atti, said the woman died at 4:35 a.m. on Monday due to complications from her weight, including heart disease and kidney dysfunction. They blamed her weight issues on a thyroid condition. Atti arrived at Burjeel Hospital from India in May, after she was airlifted from her home with the aid of a crane to undergo a weight loss procedure. She had not walked in 25 years but had reportedly lost more than 660 pounds after undergoing the bariatric procedure in March.