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WFP Urges Europe To Take Lead In Helping Poor Farmers

A unified plea on behalf of the world's poorest farmers echoed around the European Parliament's Development Committee , as leaders of the three Rome-based United Nations agencies - the World

NCT Offers More Parents A Helping Hand By Increasing Classes

When you're having a baby or have just given birth, you might want to share your worries or concerns so you can feel more confident. NCT (formerly the National Childbirth Trust), the UK's leading

2% Of U.S. Medical Students Plan To Become Primary Care Physicians, Study Says

Two percent of medical students in a survey said they planned to go into general internal medicine, according to a study published Wednesday in the Journal of the American Medical Associati

Rep. Stark Prepared To Introduce Legislation This Week To Spur Nationwide Adoption Of Electronic Health Records

House Ways and Means Health Subcommittee Chair Pete Stark (D-Calif.) this week plans to introduce a

"Scary", "Depressing" And "Confusing" - England's Voters Share Their Views Of Social Care As New Research Published

Well over half of respondents to a brand new poll of adults in England carried out by the 'Right care, Right deal' campaign think that the social care system for older people is depressing. 57%

Clinical Trial Offers Hope To Thousands Of Women With Incontinence And Could Save The NHS Millions Pounds Per Year

Tens of thousands of women every day suffer from the misery of stress incontinence, a condition which costs the NHS in excess of £400m a year to treat. Now a new clinical trial of a simple medica

Beating To The Rhythm Of Heart Research

Scientists from the Institute of Medical Biology (IMB) and Bioprocessing Technology Institute (BTI), under Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A STAR), and the University Medi

'Oar' Inspiring Stroke Campaign To Be Launched - Lifestyle Factors And Expansion Of Medical Imaging For Earlier Diagnosis Vital In Improving UK Rates

Siemens, high performance partner of GB Rowing, and The Stroke Association are launching the Stroke for Stroke campaign once again this year aiming to highlight the positive benefits of regular ex

70 Years Old And Going Strong With Down Syndrome And No Dementia

In the world of Down syndrome, 'Mr. C' is a rarity. A real person whose progress has been tracked for the past 16 years, at seventy, 'Mr. C' has well surpassed the average life expectancy of a pe

RCN Responds To News That Nurses Would Outnumber Doctors In Polyclinics

Commenting on a Pulse story that nurses could outnumber GPs by three to one in polyclinics, Dr Peter Carter, Chief Executive & General Secretary of the Royal College of Nursing, said: Th

The Medical Protection Society Launches Advice Guide For Doctors On Dealing With Media

Doctors are frequently approached by the media for comment and they in turn seek advice from MPS on how best to reply whilst respecting patient confidentiality. Responding to this need for advice,

Nurse Involved In Tragic Car Death Allowed Back On Register, UK

A nurse who was involved in a serious car accident which lead to the death of several children has been reinstated to the nursing register following a hearing at the Nursing and Midwifery Council

'Deep Flaws' With Pay-For-Performance Model Need To Be Addressed To Provide Quality Health Care, According To Commentary

The general intent of pay-for-performance programs is to reward doctors for providing better care, but as they gain momentum, the initiative[s] may be having untoward consequences, Sandeep

Urology Week, 15-19 September, Asks Attention For Urological Conditions

Every year 346,000 new cases of prostate cancer are detected in Europe, every day 240 men die of the condition. At least 1 in 10 people age 65 or older suffers from urinary incontinence, the invol

ONGLYZA™ Significant Improvements Across Key Measures Of Glucose Control When Added To A Sulfonylurea Or Thiazolidinedione

Results from two 24-week Phase III studies presented at the 44th European Association for the Study of Diabetes Annual Meeting demonstrated that ONGLYZA™ (saxagliptin), an investigational se

Akorn, Inc. Announces First Lyophilized Product Approval For Decatur, IL: IC-Green™ For Injection, USP

Akorn, Inc. (NASDAQ: AKRX) announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted supplemental NDA approval for IC-Green™ for Injection, USP. This approval is Akorn's first l

Dysmenorrhea - Columbia Laboratories To Release Top Line Results Of Phase II Lidocaine Study In Late September

Columbia Laboratories, Inc. (Nasdaq: CBRX) announced that its third party data management consultants have confirmed that the results from the Company's recently completed Phase II clinical trial

New Recombinant XYNTHA Now Available For Patients With Hemophilia A

Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, a division of Wyeth (NYSE: WYE), announced that product shipments have begun for XYNTHA™ Antihemophilic Factor (Recombinant), Plasma/Albumin-Free, a new recombinant fa

New Project Captures Underrepresented Voices Of Young Breast Cancer Patients

There are more than 250,000 women under the age of forty that are living with breast cancer and 11,000 will be diagnosed in the next year. Television-star Christina Applegate's tumor was

Epileptic Spasms In Infants May Be Eliminated By Diet

Infantile spasms are a severe and potentially devastating epilepsy condition affecting children aged typically 4-8 months. In a new study appearing in Epilepsia, researchers have found tha

Winter Blues May Be Explained By Fluctuations In Serotonin Transport

Why do many Canadians get the winter blues? In the first study of its kind in the living human brain, Dr. Jeffrey Meyer and colleagues at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) have dis

'Black Sheep Protein' Key To Cancer Cell Death

A neglected member of an important family of proteins could boost the effectiveness of an exciting new group of cancer drugs - reveals a study in Cancer Cell* today (Monday). HSP90 inhibi

10 Percent Of UK Transport Fuel Needs Could Be Provided By Compost Heap Bacteria

Bacteria found in compost heaps able to convert waste plant fibre into ethanol could eventually provide up 10% of the UK's transport fuel needs, scientists heard today (Tuesday 9 September 2008) a

News From The American Chemical Society, Sept. 3, 2008

An advance on new generations of chemotherapy and antiviral drugsResearchers are describing progress toward developing a new generation of chemotherapy agents that target and bloc

86% Of Primary Care Nurses Lack Basic Training In Nutrition Support, UK

The Nursing in Practice-Fresenius Kabi Online Survey ( - of more than

Premature Children Four Times More Likely To Have Behavioural Disorders

Children born prematurely are four times more likely to have emotional problems or behavioural disorders, according to research led by the University of Warwick.A team led by the Universi

Diabetes - Biodel Announces Preliminary Results Of Pivotal Phase III Clinical Trials For VIAject

At the 44th Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) in Rome, Biodel Inc. (Nasdaq: BIOD) reported results from its two pivotal Phase III clinical trials designed

"Healthy" Individuals May Be At Risk For Heart Disease

In the face of a growing obesity epidemic in the United States, researchers at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center have new study results that indicate that how much fat a person has is

A Year Of Challenge And Reward For Canadian Blood Services

The 2007/2008 fiscal year held both challenges and rewards for Canadian Blood Services, according to the organization's ninth Annual Report to Canadians, titled 'Transforming the Blood System.'

Retacrit(R) Data Confirm Equivalent Efficacy To Epoetin Alfa In Renal Anaemia

Hospira (NYSE: HSP), the world leader in generic injectable pharmaceuticals, today presented new data showing Retacrit® (epoetin zeta) corrects low haemoglobin (Hb) levels as effectively and r

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