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Wall Street Journal Examines Presidential Candidate Proposals To Address Health Care Costs

Presidential candidates Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.),

Research Analyzes If Bariatric Weight Reduction Helps Improve Low Back Pain Symptoms

The prevalence of both obesity and back pain in developing nations has reached alarming levels. According to recent statistics, more than one-third of U.S. adults over 72 million people were obese

Detox Diets, Procedures Generally Don't Promote Health

Infomercials and Web sites urge us to eliminate the buildup of toxins that supposedly results from imprudent habits or exposure to hazardous substances. But the human body defends itself very well

Caliper Life Sciences' Optical Imaging Technology Selected To Aid Tuberculosis Research Efforts By The Texas A&M Health Science Center

Caliper Life Sciences, Inc. (Nasdaq: CALP) announced that the Texas A&M Health Science Center Research Foundation (HSCRF) is using the IVIS Spectrum imaging system to speed the development of

ROXRO PHARMA Announces Positive Clinical Proof Of Concept Results For Novel Intranasal Migraine Treatment

ROXRO PHARMA, Inc. announced positive top-line data from a clinical study of the company's novel investigational intranasal pain reliever in the treatment of migraine and related symptoms.

"Vaccination Week In The Americas" Advances On Goals

With a spirit of integration and Pan-Americanism, health authorities carried out launches and immunization activities in all countries and territories of the Americas this week, working to vaccina

Dr. Patricia Wohlferth-Bethke Hired By AVMA To Oversee AVMA Veterinary Career Center

As part of its continuous effort to improve and enhance the quality of its career center and student programs, the American Veterinary Medical Association has hired Dr. Patricia L. Wohlferth-Bethk

HHS, Cleveland Clinic Collaborate To Advance Treatment For Neurological Disorders

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Cleveland Clinic are teaming up to raise awareness about deep brain stimulation (DBS) and its impact on Americans with neurological disor

European Commission Approves Viread For Chronic Hepatitis B

Gilead Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD) announced that the European Commission has granted marketing authorisation for Viread® (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate) for the treatment of chronic hepatiti

BIO Celebrates National DNA Day

Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) President and CEO Jim Greenwood released the following statement today in observance of National DNA Day: Today we celebrate National DNA Day to

Dramatic Rise In Pre-Motherhood Diabetes In America

Research from California suggests there has been a dramatic rise in the number of teenage and adult women who develop diabetes before motherhood, with figures showing a doubling in numbers betwe

$450,000 Sweetener In Colon Cancer Battle

UK-based Association for International Cancer Research this week announced it will fund a Griffith University project led by Dr Joe Tiralongo to further develop a potential anti-cancer treatment t

2-Day Evolution Symposium Hosted By Rockefeller University, May 1-2, 2008

Beginning with the molecular origins of life and culminating with the latest findings on human evolution, 18 of the world's leading experts will report on research spanning three billion years of

AIBS Annual Meeting In May Will Focus On Climate, Environment, And Infectious Diseases

Emerging infectious diseases, including malaria, dengue fever, and avian influenza, have been linked to a number of environmental factors and, more recently, to climate change. Research suggests t

The Insulin Highway Bypassed

An immune cell known as a neutrophil releases a protein that can suppress glucose production in the liver - without targeting insulin, researchers have found.Neutrophils, a type of white

$1.5 Million Robot Cuts Risk Of Drug Errors

A new pharmacy robot at Loyola University Hospital is designed to eliminate the type of life-threatening human medication errors that injured actor Dennis Quaid's newborn twins.Loyola's p

Osteotech's Plexur P(TM) Receives FDA Clearance As Bone Void Filler And Bone Graft Extender In Spine

Osteotech, Inc. (Nasdaq: OSTE), a leader in the emerging field of biologic solutions for regenerative medicine, announced that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has clear

Report Evaluates Efforts To Extend Health Insurance To Uninsured Subpopulations

Understanding the Uninsured: Tailoring Policy Solutions for Different Subpopulations,

'Sound Scientific Reasons To Believe' Researchers Can Create HIV/AIDS Vaccine, Opinion Piece Says

The recent failure of a Merck HIV/AIDS va

Thai HIV/AIDS Programs Overlook Children, UNICEF Official Says

Thailand's HIV/AIDS prevention and support programs have overlooked the needs of children living with or affected by the virus, Scott Barber, chief of

Iowa Records 127 New HIV Cases In 2007, Highest Number Since 1998, Health Department Report Says

Iowa recorded 127 new HIV cases in 2007, a 12% increase from the 113 cases reported in 2006 and the highest number since the state began recording HIV/AIDS cases in 1998, according to a recently

Senate Fast-Tracks Medicaid Bill That Would Delay New Rules; CMS Defends Rules, Willing To Talk

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Thursday granted fast-track status to legislation (HR 5613) that wou

Tredaptive Recommended For EU Approval For The Treatment Of Mixed Dyslipidaemia And Primary Hypercholesterolaemia

Merck Sharp & Dohme Limited (MSD) announced that the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) has recommended marketing approval for 'Tredaptive'™ (nicotinic acid/laropiprant, M

UH Prof Finds Geological Faults Threaten Houston

After finding more than 300 surface faults in Harris County, a University of Houston geologist now has information that could be vitally useful to the region's builders and city planners.

Cancer Immunotherapy Shows Long-Term Promise In Lung Cancer - Immunotherapy Reduces Relapse Risk Without The Side-effects Of Chemotherapy

New, long-term results from a clinical trial presented today at the 1st European Lung Cancer Conference jointly organized by the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) and the International

Childhood Trends Improving In US, But Obesity And Low Birthweight Are Serious Concerns

A new report on trends in early and middle childhood in the US suggests that a number of health, wellbeing, education, family and social indicators are improving, but there are one or two critic

Black, Hispanic Caregivers More Likely To Misinterpret Signs Of Alzheimer's, Survey Finds

Hispanic and black caregivers are more likely than other ethnic groups to misinterpret symptoms of Alzheimer's disease as normal signs of aging, according to a recent survey by the

Federal Government Should 'Pay Its Bills' Instead Of Shifting Health Care, Other Costs To States, Arizona Gov. Napolitano Writes

States are in a precarious position this year because the economy is slowing down, revenues from taxes are declining and demand for expensive services -- health care, food assistance and the

Newark Star-Ledger Examines Effect Of Wal-Mart Generic Drug Discount Program On Pharmaceutical Industry

The Newark Star-Ledger on Tuesday examined how analysts say the overall

Senate Compromises On Bill To Ban Insurers, Employers From Discriminating Based On Genetics

Senate leaders on Tuesday reached a compromise on a measure (S 358) that would ban insurance companies and employe

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