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'Quality' Health Care Today: Results Of National Survey

As the 2008 national presidential election heats up, one topic remains a voter hot button and a constant debate issue - the health care crisis in America. Political affiliations aside, there is on

Summer Meeting Networking Session To Show Off Patient Safety Strategies, USA

Pharmacists who have significantly improved outcomes for patients will share their strategies during an interactive information session at ASHP's upcoming Summer Meeting, June 8-11 in Seattle.

"Life For A Child" Diabetes Documentary Accepted Into Competition At New York's Prestigious Tribeca Film Festival

The documentary film Life for a Child, produced by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and Eli Lilly and Company to raise awareness of the devastating impact of diabetes in the developing

Amkor Pharma, Inc. Completes All Clinical Activities For Its Phase I Study Of Neu2000KL For Treatment Of Acute Brain Injury

Amkor Pharmaceuticals, Inc. reports that all clinical activities of its Phase I, double-blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled ascending intravenous (IV) single dose (both loading and maintenance

Midwives Concerned At New Diet And Baby Gender Research, UK

Louise Silverton, Deputy General Secretary of The Royal College of Midwives, said: We do empathise with mothers who may want a baby of a particular sex. However, having a good diet before concept

AMA Committed To Enforcement Of BCBS Settlement

The American Medical Association (AMA) announced that it will begin enforcement of the national Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS) settlement as a signatory medical society to the agreement. The A

Chicago Tribune Profiles Home For HIV-Positive Men

The Chicago Tribune recently profiled the

Maryland Lawmakers Approve Measures Intended To Improve Dental Care For Low-Income Children

In the 2009 fiscal year state budget, the Maryland General Assembly included millions of dollars in funding for initiatives that will expand dental care to more children enrolled in Medicaid, the

MUHC Study Finds Cancer Cells Spread By Releasing 'Bubbles'

A new fundamental mechanism of how tumour cells communicate has just been discovered by the team of Dr. Janusz Rak at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) in collab

First-Ever Look At Treatment Practices For Nonepileptic Seizures

A new nationwide clinician survey provides the first comprehensive look at what is community care or 'treatment as usual' for nonepileptic seizures (NES), laying the groundwork for clinical trials

Women's Networks Critical To Survival During Hurricane Katrina

More than 1,800 people perished in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in August 2005 - the largest hurricane death toll in the United States since 1928. For the most vulnerable - the urban poor with li

New Campaign Launched During MS Week

The MS Society has launched this week's MS Week 2008 with a series of new adverts featuring images and words of people with multiple sclerosis (MS).The four new adverts encourage peopl

Below Inflation Pay Awards Very Disappointing, Say Northern Ireland's Doctors

Northern Ireland's doctors are again to receive a below inflation pay award; indeed many will in effect receive a pay cut. Dr Brian Patterson, Chairman of the BMA's NI Council, said that this is v

600 Dollars Million Trust Fund Now Available For Smokers

Frank Batsch was a smoker for more than 25 years. Although he quit nearly 40 years ago, he has been suffering for more than a decade from throat cancer that has nearly robbed him of his voice and

Genentech And Biogen Idec Announce Top-Line Results From A Phase II/III Clinical Trial Of Rituxan In Primary-Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

Genentech, Inc. (NYSE: DNA) and Biogen Idec, Inc. (Nasdaq: BIIB) announced that a Phase II/III study of Rituxan® (rituximab) for primary-progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS) did not meet its

Experimental Study On Most Common Form Of Heart Valve Disease In Western Countries May Lead To New Treatments

A team of scientists from the Universite de Montreal and the Montreal Heart Institute Research Centre, led by Dr. Jean-Claude Tardif, has completed an important study that show how a new type of m

'Smart' IV Pump And New Drug Delivery Technology Receive Support From UT System Texas Ignition Fund

Two inventions created by University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston researchers have won $50,000 awards from the Texas Ignition Fund, a new program designed to spur the commercialization of

Hybrid Material Made From Polymers And Proteins Fluoresces And Responds To PH Value And Temperature

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley (USA) have now developed a new strategy for the formation of hybrid materials from synthetic polymers and proteins. They have thus been able t

$6.8M Awarded To Researchers Worldwide By The Alliance For Lupus Research

The Alliance for Lupus Research (ALR) recently announced that it will award nearly $7 million to researchers around the world. The ALR is very proud to announce, during National Minority Health M

Advocate Calls On Media Outlets In Ethiopia To Be More Sensitive When Reporting On HIV/AIDS

Media outlets in Ethiopia should be more sensitive when reporting on or about people living with HIV/AIDS because some of the language used has been improper, Sonya De Masi, resident adviser at

Reports Examine Health System Change, Medicaid Policy, Life Expectancy Disparities, MA Plans, Individual Health Plan Premiums

Are We Heading Toward Socialized Medicine? Urban Institute:

Edwards Lifesciences Announces First Implants In U.S. Study Of Minimally Invasive Pulmonic Valve

Edwards Lifesciences Corporation (NYSE: EW), the world leader in the science of heart valves, announced that yesterday the first patients were treated in a United States feasibility study usi

Release Of Raw Magic: The World's First Superfood Recipe Book

Rawcreation Ltd, the UK's leading raw food company, has announced the release of the world's first ever superfood recipe book; 'Raw Magic' by Kate Magic Wood. Containing raw superfood recipes crea

Press And Photo Call: UK Vision Strategy Launch Conference

Health professionals at the heart of ground breaking initiative to improve UK's eye health. Health professionals have joined professionals from the voluntary sector, social care and gover

Social Transmission Of Nectar-robbing Behaviour In Bumblebees

Recent studies have found that insects, despite their small brains, can learn about their environment through interaction with others. However, the possibility that such learning might ex

Royal North Shore Hospital Inquiry - Did It Make A Difference? Australia

The Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH) inquiry may have grabbed media headlines, but hospital clinicians are sceptical that its recommendations will have any positive impact on the NSW health syste

1 In 5 Iraq And Afghanistan Veterans Suffer From PTSD Or Major Depression

Nearly 20 percent of military service members who have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan -- 300,000 in all -- report symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder or major depression, yet only sligh

New Research Shows Slight Of Hand Is Not So Slight

Typing on a keyboard or scribbling on paper may be similar activities, but there is a significant difference in how the body moves, according to new motor development research. In lang

Game Theory Study Reveals Parents Stricter With Older Kids

Parents are more likely to punish their teen's risky behavior when there are younger kids in the family, driven by a desire to set a strict example for these siblings, says new game theory researc

Side Effects But No Extra Efficacy From New Chemotherapy Combo, In Early Breast Cancer Patients

Adding capecitabine, a drug that inhibits DNA synthesis and slows the growth of tumour tissue, to docetaxel, in patients with early breast cancer, leads to more toxicities and does not improve the

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