From The Washington Post By Anthony Faiola NEW YORK -- The hot spot du jour of Manhattan nightlife looms large over Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, where crowds of stylish YoCos -- young cosmopolitans -- were jostling inside one evening last week for the right to pay the $15 cover. Rather than crossing the velvet ropes for a rave, house party or disco, the hip patrons here were packing into a controversial lecture at the New York Public Library on the modern meaning of feminism.
From The Daily News By Jenny Hope Health professionals will only be allowed to date those they have previously treated when clinical contact was 'minimal' Doctors and nurses will be banned from having sexual relationships with former patients, it has emerged. Health professionals will only be allowed to date those they have previously treated when the clinical contact they had with each other was 'minimal'. New guidance will formally set out the sexual boundaries between doctors, nurses and patients for the first time - following a string of sex abuse scandals. Health ministers are expected to approve the guidance from the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE) in June. Even when a patient's consent is given, this alone will not be enough to justify a sexual relationship being pursued by a doctor or nurse, says a report today in Nursing Standard. Tango’s Take