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Editorials, Opinion Pieces Discuss Health Care Overhaul Efforts

Summaries of several recent editorials and opinion pieces about efforts to overhaul the U.S. health care system appear below. Editorials

18 Year Old Mother Gives Birth To Conjoined Twins, London

Laura WIllams, 18, has given birth to Faith and Hope, two conjoined twins. They were born at University College Hospital, London, and have been transferred to Great Ormond Street children's hospi

Sandoz Receives Positive EU Opinion For Biosimilar Filgrastim

Sandoz has received a positive opinion from European regulators for its third biosimilar medicine, filgrastim, marking another important milestone in its efforts to bring affordable high-quality b

Combination Therapies May Be Almost As Effective As Insecticide-treated Bednets In Preventing Malaria In Areas Of Low Transmission

Artemisinin combination therapies (ACTs) could be almost as effective in reducing transmission of malaria as insecticide-treated bednets (ITNs) in areas of low transmission, a study based on data

New Insights Into The Burden Of Severe S. Pyogenes Infection Across Europe

A collaborative study between the University of Helsinki and the National Public Health Institute (KTL), Finland, and the UK Health Protection Agency has brought some new insights into the burden,

Universal HIV Testing Could Halt AIDS In Epidemic Areas, In Theory

Using computers to model epidemic dynamics with data from South Africa, researchers from the World Health Organization (WHO) showed in theory that universal voluntary HIV testing, with immediat

The AIM - To Test 1 Million People For HIV Between 26th November And 1st December, 2008

As part of a groundbreaking global effort to test one million people for HIV, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest AIDS group in the US which currently provides medical care and services

GMC Contacts Doctors In Preparation For The Introduction Of The Licence To Practise

The General Medical Council is contacting doctors to provide them with information about the licence to practise, which will be introduced in the autumn of 2009. A leaflet entitled '

"Don't Illegally Promote Medicines" Advises Medicine Regulator

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is publishing advice for consumer websites about the rules governing the advertising of medicines. The MHRA wants to help companies t

National Athletic Trainers' Association Offers Tips On How Stay Motivated And In Shape During The Winter Months

Baby, it's cold outside. It may look like an enticing winter wonderland out the window, but it's often a challenge to exercise when the days are short and nights are cold. The National Athletic Tr

More Than One Out Of Every 11 Children In Arkansas Is Uninsured, And The Total May Grow

There are 66,000 uninsured children in Arkansas-more than one out of 11 children in the state (9.2 percent)-according to a new report released today by Families USA, the national organization for

Pain Is In The Eyes Of The Beholder

By manipulating the appearance of a chronically achy hand, researchers have found they could increase or decrease the pain and swelling in patients moving their symptomatic limbs. The findings - r

'Barcode Chip' Developed For Cheap, Fast Blood Tests

A new barcode chip developed by researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) promises to revolutionize diagnostic medical testing. In less than 10 minutes, and using just a pi

Consultant Anaesthetist Catharine Wilson Has Been Recognised For Her Extraordinary Contribution To Local Health Community, England

Catharine, who works at Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust, was chosen from hundreds of nominations to appear in Extraordinary, a book by NHS Employers launched earlier this month.

Web Page To Keep Children Updated On Their Views For Children's Centre, Salisbury District Hospital, England

Artcare staff have set up a new web page that will keep people updated on the children's projects and workshops that are taking place around the development of the new Children's Centre at Salisbu

Recent Editorials, Opinion Pieces Address Issues Related To Health Care Reform

Summaries of several recent editorials and opinion pieces related to health care reform appear below. Editorials

Los Angeles Times Examines Department Of Defense Policy Change On Combat-Related Disabilities For Veterans

The Los Angeles Times on Tuesday examined the effects of a policy

'Mind' Comments On Government 'Fit Note' Plans, UK

On the 25th Novembe the UK Government announced that it will implement Dame Carol Black's 'Fit for Work' proposals and replace sickness absence 'sick notes' with 'fit notes', designed to describe

CCA & AIMp Response To 'Pharmacy In England: Building On Strengths, Delivering The Future: Proposals For Legislative Change', UK

The Company Chemists Association & The Association of Independent Multiples Ltd (CCA & AIMp) provides a forum for the CCA's nine member companies to work together with AIMp members to represent th

Radiation Before Surgery Improves Pancreatic Cancer Outcomes

Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest and most difficult to treat cancers. Now, in a major step forward, researchers at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center have shown th

Keeping Your Sinuses Clear, Seven Tips From Harvard Men's Health Watch

More than 20 million Americans will have at least one bout of sinusitis this year. Blockage of the channels that drain the sinuses is the main cause of this painful condition. Keeping these channe

Concerns On Mercury Emissions May Foster New $500 Million Per Year Industry

Proposed government regulations limiting emissions of mercury from electricity-generating stations may foster development of a new half-billion-dollar per year industry offering technology for rem

Congress To Address Economic Stimulus, SCHIP Early In 2009

Democratic congressional leaders in early January 2009 plan to work on several bills -- such as an economic stimulus package and legislation that would expand SCHIP -- to allow President-elect Ba

14 Drugs Identified As Most Urgently Needing Study For Off-label Use, Stanford Professor Says

Physicians and policy-makers know that drugs are frequently prescribed to treat certain diseases despite a lack of FDA approval - a practice known as off-label prescribing. Yet they say the proble

New Survey Shows Majority Of Americans Need To Take Proper Steps To Manage Diabetes Risk

According to a new survey released, the vast majority of Americans at risk for type 2 diabetes -- a whopping 83 percent -- are not taking the most basic steps of determining if they are at risk fo

Defibrillators May Fail - Says Medical Devices Regulator

First aiders and users of Medtronic Physio-Control LIFEPAK CR Plus automatic external defibrillators (AED) are being told today to test their device by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regula

Telcagepant Proven As A Safe And Effective Migraine Treatment In Phase III Trial

Telcagepant 300 mg is effective as an acute treatment for migraine with efficacy comparable to that of zolmitriptan 5 mg, a widely-used migraine treatment, but with fewer associated adverse effect

In Time For Holiday Season, American Geriatrics Society's Foundation For Health In Aging Offers Older Adults Advice On Beating The Holiday Blues

Although the holiday season is filled with celebrations, parties, and get-togethers, it can be a difficult time for those who suffer the holiday blues, feelings of sadness and unease to which ol

Most Wirral Parents Say Yes To Cervical Cancer Vaccination For Daughters, England

The majority of the Wirral parents asked if they would consent to their daughters being immunised against cervical cancer in the first wave of vaccinations have already agreed. The majori

FDA Accepts Filing And Grants Priority Review For DX-88 For Hereditary Angioedema

Dyax Corp. (NASDAQ: DYAX) announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted for filing the Company's Biologics License Application (BLA) for DX-88 (ecallantide) for the

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