Patient Files Lawsuit Against Hospital For Employee Allegedly Releasing Syphilis Diagnosis Later Posted To Facebook

JONATHAN TURLEY

By Darren Smith, Weekend Contributor

University of Cincinnati Medical Center logoA woman in Ohio claims a University of Cincinnati Medical Center employee provided her ex-boyfriend with a medical record indicating a diagnosis of Syphilis has been fired.

She states that she refused to inform her ex-boyfriend as to why she was a patient at the hospital, and in her lawsuit she alleges he then contacted an employee, who he was romantically involved, and she provided the record.

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Verse of the Day – Psalm 9:9-10

The Bottom of a Bottle

Psalm 9:9-10 Psalm 9:9-10

800 Days ago I found refuge in Him, on that day I found the strength in Him to quit drinking, it’s hard to believe it’s 800 SoberDays today!

EARNESTLY I SEEK THEE by AARON GILLESPIE
In life’s troubles, sorrows, pain, earnestly I seek Thee
Fill my soul with peace again, earnestly I seek Thee
None but You and You alone
Take my life make it Your own
In my offering build Your home
Earnestly I seek Thee

In life triumphs, victories, earnestly I seek Thee
In the shadow of the almighty, earnestly I seek Thee
None but You and You alone
Take my life make it Your own
In my offering build Your home
Earnestly I seek Thee

I sing to You because You’re good
And Your love is better than life
I will live to bring You praise
I will bless You always

Who am I that You…

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Police Ransacked a Man’s Truck Looking for Drugs. They Didn’t Find Any, So They Left a Note.

Common courtesy dictates that if you damage a car in a parking lot, you leave a note.

Tampa police apparently practice a form of common courtesy.

A Florida business owner returned to his truck after attending a Juicy J concert to find it torn apart, WFLA-TV reported.

But the truck hadn’t been ransacked by thieves or vandals — Tampa police had searched the car for drugs, acting after a canine registered a hit on the truck.

The police didn’t find any marijuana, so they left a note behind.

Read more here.

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