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Ageist Government Condemned Over Treatment Of Older People, New Research Finds, UK

Two thirds of GB adults of all ages (67 per cent) think the present Government is not taking older people seriously, according to new research launched today (9th May)(1). Figures from leading old

2008 May Is Mental Health Month: Stressed "Sandwich Generation" Mothers Must Care For Themselves

Today's mother often juggles full-time employment, household chores and parenting, but a growing number of women are taking on yet another responsibility-caring for an aging loved one. Next week,

HIV/AIDS Funding In Tanzania Expected To Total $476M, Government Report Says

Funding for HIV/AIDS in Tanzania from the government and international donors from 2007 to 2008 is expected to total more than 568 billion Tanzanian shillings, or about $476 million, according to

Connecticut Senate Approves Legislation To Expand State Health Care Plan

The Connecticut Senate on Wednesday voted 22-12 to approve legislation that would allow workers in small businesses, municipalities and not-for-profit groups to join the state employee health ins

CMS Launches Pilot To Test Personal Health Records For Medicare Beneficiaries In South Carolina

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a new project that expands its efforts to encourage beneficiaries covered by traditional Medicare to take advantage of Internet-based r

$3.2 Million Stem Cell Grant Awarded To UCSB From State

The University of California, Santa Barbara will receive $3.2 million from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) in support of the development of a state-of-the-art facility in

$27.2 Million Award To UCI Will Provide Facility To Serve As Regional Research Hub For Speeding Development Of Stem Cell Therapies

UC Irvine has been awarded $27.2 million from the state to build a new stem cell research facility that will unify and strengthen the campus's fast-growing stem cell biology program and serve as a

55th Anniversary Of Nobel Honoring Double Helix Continues To Overlook The Late Rosalind Franklin

As the Nobel Foundation recognizes the 55th anniversary of the discovery of the structure of DNA, the newly formed Rosalind Franklin Society celebrates the contribution of the late Rosalind Frankl

New Smoking Cessation Guideline Confirms That Now Is The Time To Quit Smoking

Yesterday the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services published an update to its 1996 Public Health Service Clinical Practice Guideline, Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence, which contains re

Treatment With Paliperidone ER May Be Associated With Significantly Reduced Use Of Mental Health Resources

Patients receiving paliperidone extended-release tablets (paliperidone ER) spent significantly fewer days in the hospital, had significantly fewer emergency room and psychiatric-related office

It's Not Easy To Butt Out

Breaking the habit is hard to do. Recent findings from Mintel reveal that two-thirds of regular smokers have tried to quit and failed. Furthermore, nearly 40% of these smokers have tried to quit m

Though Still At Dangerous Levels, Study Shows Mercury Levels From Products Decreasing

A recent study shows that mercury releases from products in the U.S. declined dramatically between 1990 and 2005, but that they continue to be a significant source of environmental contamination.

'Monsoon Britain' Predicted By Expert

Prepare for more floods - in ways we are not used to - that's the message from experts at Durham University who have studied rainfall and river flow patterns over 250 years.Last summer w

EPIX Pharmaceuticals Initiates Phase 2b Program In Alzheimer's Disease

EPIX Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ:EPIX), a biopharmaceutical company focused on discovering and developing novel therapeutics through the use of its proprietary and highly efficient in silico dru

SRS Medical Launches, Patient Website For Female Pelvic Health

SRS Medical announced the launch of a new patient website,, devoted to female pelvic health. The

Birkman Method Helps Pharma Reps Find New Jobs

Eight of the world's largest drug makers recently announced the loss of 42,000 jobs, including such household names as Pfizer and Wyeth. The job losses fell disproportionately on their U.S. sales

'60 Minutes' Profiles Partners In Health Co-Founder Paul Farmer

60 Minutes on Sunday profiled Paul Farmer, co-founder of

Kansas Supreme Court Unseals Two Suits Demanding Former AG Kline Return Abortion Records

Kansas Supreme Court on Friday unsealed two lawsuits demanding that Johnson County, Kan., District Attorney Phill Kline (R) return abortion records to

McCain To Discuss His Principles Regarding Appointment Of Supreme Court Justices

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) plans to address his judicial philosophy and the principles he would use to appoint Supreme Court justices in a Tuesday speech at

2008 May Is Mental Health Month: Help Kids Thrive Through Better Parent-Child Communication

As Americans observe 2008 May is Mental Health Month and National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day, Mental Health America asks families to recognize and promote their children's mental healt

'Gatekeepers' Of Breast Cancer Transition To Invasive Disease Identified By Scientists

Scientists have made a significant discovery that clarifies a previously poorly understood key event in the progression of breast cancer. The research, published by Cell Press in the May issue of

Life Saving Role For Cell Phones

After launching a communications revolution, cell phones are talking up a potentially life-saving new role in telemedicine - the use of telecommunications technology to provide medical diagnosis a

$250,000 Prize Awarded By March Of Dimes To Leaders In Understanding Embryonic Development

Two scientists who helped explain how embryos develop and form limbs, the brain, and other organs have been chosen to receive the 2008 March of Dimes Prize in Developmental Biology.Phili

El Paso, Texas, Region Can Serve As 'Model' For Minority Health Care, Opinion Piece States

The El Paso, Texas, region, which is nearly 80% Hispanic, can serve as a model to the rest of the nation in providing quality health care to diverse populations, but there still is a long wa

CMS Announces Decision On Medicare Coverage Of Artificial Hearts, Long-Term Acute Care Hospital Reimbursements

CMS recently announced a decision on Medicare coverage of artificial hearts and a final rule on reimbursements for long-term acute care hospita

New Study Confirms Dose Accuracy Of SoloSTAR(R) Prefilled Insulin Pen

A new study examining the dose accuracy of the SoloSTAR(R) disposable insulin pen, prefilled with Lantus(R) (insulin glargine [rDNA origin] injection) or Apidra(R) (insulin glulisine [rDNA orig

QRxPharma Releases Successful Phase 3 Study Results For 'Dual Opioid' Pain Therapy

QRxPharma Limited (ASX: QRX), a clinical-stage specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialisation of therapies for pain and central nervous system (CNS) disorder

GE Healthcare Introduces New 3.0T MR Scanner

GE Healthcare announced it has received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the company's new 3.0T magnetic resonance (MR) scanner, the latest addition to GE's Signa family of

Hearing For The First Time In 65 Years - HBO Documentary Film "Hear And Now"

After 65 years of silence, what would it be like to hear the sound of waves, or birds chirping or your children's voices for the very first time? In this fascinating and touching film, award-win

AAKP Urges Senator John Kerry To Support A Home Hemodialysis Pilot Program, USA

The American Association of Kidney Patients (AAKP) sent a letter to Sen. John Kerry (D - Massachusetts) asking him to support a Medicare sponsored home hemodialysis program. AAKP is the largest k

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