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  • - Study analyzes relationship between parents and children dental visits
  • 'Social business funds' could address social problems in Haiti, including health, Nobel Prize winner says
  • 'Tax' term protrudes above health law decision
  • "You are lying," GOP legislature exclaims during the president's speech
  • US $ 10 million grant to Weill Cornell Institute from NIMH to study geriatric depression
  • 2 billion worldwide, could het H1N1, WHO says that
  • 23andMe, Khan Academy partner to celebrate DNA Day
  • AAN awards Cedars Sinai researchers 2010 Sheila Essey Prize for ALS research
  • AAPS workshop on drug release methods
  • Abbott announces inaugural funding for nutrition and cognitive research
  • Abbott TREK Coronary Dilation Catheter receives European approval
  • AbbVie begins phase 3 clinical trial of atrasentan in patients with diabetic nephropathy
  • Abiogen Pharma, Lee's Pharma Sign Offer to Market Neridronic Acid
  • Abnormal placental folds identify the risk of autism in newborns
  • ACC releases CardioSmart 'Survival Guides' for the five most common heart problems
  • ACE, ARB, combination therapy can increase the risk of kidney failure, death
  • ACOEM urges employers to respond to the impact of diabetes on worker health and productivity
  • ACS, PGi Celebrate 10 Years of Partnership on Key Cancer Initiatives
  • Obesity epidemic requires new focus on controlling the energy balance and preventing weight gain
  • Adult stem cells can prevent Alzheimer's disease
  • Adult stem cells improve cartilage repair
  • Advanced Cell Technology is MA09-hRPE cells for the treatment of SMD: FDA grants orphan drug designation
  • AeriSeal system appears to be effective in treating emphysema
  • Aetna's first quarter operating income is $ 560.2 million for 2011
  • Aetna makes it easier for tornado-affected members in Texas
  • Aetna to begin national PCMH program in New Jersey and Connecticut
  • Affymax to complete Hematide Phase 3 clinical trial by late 2009
  • African American Seniors Less Likely to Get Vaccinated Against Flu; Anxiety and misinformation that lead to problems
  • African health scientists need more support, funding to address, shift priorities, expert says
  • African-American and Latino children increase their consumption of 100 percent fruit juice, study finds
  • Agennix, DSM sign new talactoferrin contract for NSCLC
  • AHF urges China to step up engagement on global AIDS, pledge $ 1 billion to Global Fund
  • Ahura Scientific expands global customer base in China and Germany
  • AIDS 2010 Opinions: US AIDS Funds; Human rights and HIV; Investing in primary health care; Microbicide gel in the possibilities
  • AIDS activists and lawyers in protest against Gilead's drug prices at the San Francisco federal building
  • AIUM-to-host ultrasound first forum on Nov. 12
  • Academy asks public to wear in orange support skin cancer awareness for Melanoma Monday
  • Academic hospitals have higher mammography recall rates than community radiological centers
  • Akonni signs license agreement with USAMRIID to develop multiplex test products for bio-security applications
  • Updated data on the XL184 study in patients with glioblastoma multiforme are presented
  • Updated clinical data from Poniard Pharmaceuticals picoplatin phase 2 trial announced
  • Alcon's patent infringement lawsuit against Synergetics USA remained
  • Alectinib promise for crizotinib-resistant NSCLC
  • Alcohol the worst of all drugs that affect fetal health
  • Allergan Receives FDA Approval for Expanded Use of LAP-BAND System in Obese Adults
  • Allos Therapeutics to present FOLOTYN study results at ESMO Congress
  • As shutdown threatens, differences exist on wage tax cut, expense bills
  • AMA: 20 percent of medical claims paid is wrong, billions wasted
  • Amarillo Biosciences is halfway through phase 2 clinical trial for interferon against H1N1
  • America's Got Talent Donald Braswell attending "Songs for Sara" benefit concert
  • American Diabetes Association Receives $ 5 Million Grant For Way To Stop Diabetes Program
  • American Plasma Users Coalition awarded $ 40,000 advocacy grant from CSL Behring
  • Amgen announces results from the first phase 1/2 study on Nplate
  • Amorfix offers update on cancer therapeutic antibody programs
  • AMS Reports 12-Month Study Results of Elevate Apical and Posterior Prolapse Repair System
  • Amyloid evidence of Parkinson's dementia
  • Request for pre-IND meeting to discuss IND application for therapeutic vaccination granted by the FDA
  • Increase in the number of domestic H1N1 cases concerns, China's Minister of Health
  • Antares Pharma completed enrollment in phase 3 clinical trial of Anturol for OAB
  • Antibacterial activity of clay minerals, raises hope for natural approaches to antibacterial remedies
  • Antioxidants cannot protect against stroke and dementia
  • Antioxidant Therapy May Prevent Long-Term Cognitive Impairment in Cerebral Malaria: Research
  • Antipsychotic drugs can do significantly more harm for Parkinson's patients
  • AP sees USAID administrator JOB DEAL
  • AP investigates delayed US aid to Haiti reconstruction
  • Apnex HGNS system shows promising results in patients with OSA
  • Aprepitant drugs reduce nausea and vomiting when combined with other anti-nausea drugs
  • Arena transfers BELVIQ NDA to Eisai
  • Doctor conducts research on cervical cancer
  • Doctors threaten to strike for the first time in 4 decades over pension cuts
  • MSF publishes list of the top 10 stories of 2011 about access to medicine
  • ASBMB names Yale scientists as winners of the first Alice and C. C. Wang award
  • AstraZeneca US President Rich Fante accepts Freedom Award
  • AstraZeneca, Targacept begin TC-5214 Phase 2b study in depressive disorder
  • Breath tests could be a non-invasive method of diagnosing lung cancer
  • Atezolizumab may change treatment strategies for refractory lung cancer patients
  • athenahealth, DaVita to deliver web-based EHR and revenue cycle management services to nephrologists
  • ATSP-9172 exhibits on-target binding activity in the human prostate cancer model
  • Also on global health news: Aid in S. Somalia; virus-resistant mosquitoes; Composting toilets in Haiti; US Congress group visits India
  • Also on global health news: Malawi fighting HIV / AIDS; Cancer in Developing Countries
  • On "World No Tobacco Day" WHO calls for the national politicians to stand together against the tobacco industry "attacks"
  • Augmedix receives $ 3.2 million in venture funding from DCM and Emergence Capital Partners
  • Autism cases increase by 23% from '06 to '08: CDC report
  • Automated patient registration reduces waiting times and routine administrative tasks
  • Avila begins AVL-292 phase 1 clinical trial for B-cell tumors and autoimmune diseases
  • Avila Therapeutics presents preclinical data for its AVL-181 HCV protease inhibitor
  • Basic Yellow 1 dye extends the lifespan of healthy nematodes, Alzheimer's disease-like pathology slows in worms
  • Baxter Healthcare IIPV recall of HomeChoice peritoneal dialysis cycler classified as a Class I recall
  • BayCare Health System opens all-digital, state-of-the-art facility in North Tampa
  • Bayer honors Canadians who have made a mark on society through science and innovation
  • Baylor study identifies biomarkers that could help determine treatment strategies for colon cancer patients
  • BD CLiC system launched during the 2016 AGBT meeting
  • Treatment including surgery is better for opening the blocked arteries in patients with diabetes and heart disease
  • At the library dedication, US presidents praise Bush working on HIV / AIDS and malaria while in office
  • Report on Worldwide Anti-Infectives Market
  • Sen. Lugar report criticizes Haitian leadership, calls for reforms
  • Seizure risk should not affect AVM's treatment decisions
  • Naviscan's Positron Emission Mammography scanner is preferred for imaging in the new Plano facility
  • Evidence mounts for vitamin D's multiple sclerosis role
  • Evidence has no link H1N1 vaccine to patient deaths, WHO says
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters, AME church partners to help single parent children succeed
  • BIIR researchers report the results of the comparative study of the molecular immune response to influenza and pneumococcal vaccines
  • Blood flow imaging offers new look into cardiac abnormalities and dysfunction
  • Bill Gates answers questions about global health, other problems in Reddit "ask me anything" discussion
  • Bill seeks a team-based approach to treating Medicare patients with chronic illness
  • Bio-Brücke Wissenschaft receives the business license for Bio-Brücke JRS Biosciences (Beijing)
  • BIO-key International's accuracy improves by 23% on the DHS2 data set
  • Bio-Techne makes $ 10M equity investment in CyVek
  • BiO2 Medical completes $ 13.7M Series B financing round
  • Biochemical battle of the bulge: new developments
  • BioCryst, begins phase 2 study of BCX4208 alone and in combination with allopurinol in gout patients
  • BioDiem signs agreement with RMIT to create new non-influenza vaccines
  • Bioethics Commission publishes ethical recommendations to manage, secondary and secondary results
  • Biological sensor protein could help fight diabetes, obesity
  • Biomedical professor receives 2013 Formend Research Award from NIH
  • Biopharmaceutical Company Taking Steps To Create Greener Work Environments
  • BioSpace, Delaware BioScience partners launch online career centers for life science markets
  • Blood gene expression profile identified patients at increased risk of cardiovascular death
  • Boehringer Ingelheim formally acquires Amgen Fremont's manufacturing facility
  • Brachytherapy for lung cancer
  • Brachytherapy improves overall survival in women with unresectable early-stage endometrial cancer
  • Briggs Medical Services Company files lawsuit against Veridian Healthcare
  • Brisbane construction site accident raises safety issues
  • Bruker first quarter revenue increases 29% to $ 357.0 million
  • Budget agreement preserves funding for Planned Parenthood, Title X, and the health law
  • California state mental hospital is no longer under hiring freeze
  • Calsoft Labs Unveil Affiliated Healthcare Framework at HIMSS 2014 Conference & Exhibition
  • Canadian Arthritis Network to host the 2009 Annual Scientific Conference in Vancouver
  • Canadian tourist ask Katipo spider in New Zealand
  • CancerForward: The Foundation for Cancer Survivors launched
  • CaPre drug effective in managing impaired glucose tolerance
  • CD&R partner to acquire EMSC
  • IBD patients are at higher risk of melanoma, researchers report
  • Cedars Sinai Scientists Study Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease
  • CEL-SCI Receives Ukraine Government Approval for Multikine Phase III Study in Head and Neck Cancer
  • Celgene's ISTODAX sNDA is added to FDA's priority review classification for progressive / relapsed PTCL
  • Celldex Presents CDX-1127 Preclinical Data Against Cancer at AACR Conference
  • Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services awards HP $ 26M Keeping Order IDR
  • Cephalon, Inc. Completes Acquisition of Arana Therapeutics
  • CERE-110 Study to Stop the Progression of Alzheimer's Disease
  • Charity Navigator gives MMRF the coveted 4-star rating for efforts in the search for a cure for multiple myeloma
  • Chemclin Anti-TP-Test supplies components for the in vitro qualitative determination of Anti-TP
  • Chemical attacks in Syria pose threat to US, says Homeland Security medical officer
  • ChemoCentryx CCX140 Phase II study in type 2 diabetes meets primary endpoint
  • CHUM installs CyberKnife system for effective cancer treatment in Canada
  • Cielo MedSolutions, Dr First partner offer a comprehensive e-prescribing solution
  • Coles supermarkets stop selling beef with growth hormones
  • Columbia Laboratories second quarter total net revenue, down $ 8.2 million
  • Columbia University, Chinese Center for Disease Control to open joint pathogen discovery lab in Beijing
  • CombinatoRx and Neuromed Pharmaceuticals complete merger agreement
  • CompuGroup Medical releases LabNexus system
  • Controlling the fate of the cells
  • COPD sufferers can reduce their risk of hospitalized walking 3 km a day
  • Corium International Awards initial public offering of common shares
  • Covidien receives 510 (k) approval for the Mallinckrodt Taperguard Evac endotracheal tube
  • Withdrawal from CPAP leads to a return of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome
  • CPF reports success in advocacy, research support, and awareness of PF
  • Crestor suppresses human cancer cells in transplanted mice
  • CRF announces top 10 clinical research achievement awards
  • Cryo-Cell Fiscal 2010 net income increases to $ 3.4 million
  • CUMC researchers are developing a new system for classifying periodontal diseases
  • CVRx carries the CE mark approved Barostim neo for the treatment of uncontrolled high blood pressure
  • Cytori Therapeutics releases schedule from Fall 2010 and investor conferences
  • Dartmouth professor shares news DAR-901 TB vaccine development
  • Darwin's dilemma will be sorted out at Kerr Auditorium
  • Confidence in the government may play an important role in public willingness to get swine flu vaccine
  • Database reaxys, Syngene signs multi-year contract to improve R&D competitiveness and productivity
  • Debiopharm Group signs an exclusive LICENSE AGREEMENT with Novartis for alisporivir
  • Defense Department AFIRM to fund Stratatech is a Phase IIb clinical trial of StrataGraft tissue
  • Dementia research is getting a boost in the UK
  • DeNovix exhibits DS-11 FX + spectrophotometer / fluorometer at AACR 2016
  • Depressed heart patients at additional risk
  • African Americans are less likely to get a smoking ban at home
  • The first patient dosed long-term safety extension of the Resolaris study for adult patients with FSHD
  • The young father receives life saving intervention before heart transplant surgery
  • The new approach reduces cyan, improves the nutritional value in root crops
  • The new report focuses on how to lower and control high blood pressure
  • The non-invasive test to determine the risk of ASD in infants
  • The Senate Health Bill: Seven Things You Didn't Know About It
  • Hand sanitizing gels not effective against swine flu: study
  • Detailed examination of the results of the EMPOWER study to evaluate the Maestro system published
  • Detroit jury convicts Doctor for Health Care Fraud Conspiracy
  • Detroit home health agency owner pleads guilty over Medicare fraud
  • Diabetes prevention in five steps: - Study
  • Diet based on UK health guidelines could reduce CVD risk
  • DIATHERIX Laboratories granted EUA for H1N1-09 influenza test
  • The "fiscal cliff" talks morphing into high-stakes political chicken game
  • The number of doctors in Congress could grow by 50 percent
  • The automatic counting of cells in 30 seconds with the Olympus Cell Counter R1
  • Considering the options: what will happen to the health law?
  • The bipolar disorder and epilepsy could be linked
  • The CBO's guesswork is to pause or reform bills
  • DNDi in Latin America wins Carlos Slim Health Award for innovations in drug development
  • Exposure to violent video games affects teens' heart rate responses
  • The FDA accepts the Merck approval application for NOXAFIL tablets
  • Research sheds light on prenatal heart formation, chromosome 22q.11 deletion syndrome
  • The interaction of neurodegenerative changes promote Parkinson's cognitive decline
  • The IRS is gearing up for health law, tasks, messages for reporting expansion campaigns are matched
  • Groundwater contamination: South Australia residents warned
  • The Leonardo da Vinci Prize competition invites project publications
  • Most senior citizens with disabilities rate their quality of life as "fair to very good"
  • The national HIV / AIDS strategy meeting will be held at UAB
  • The new anti cancer drug can protect normal cells against radiation
  • The public option, affordability central issues to health bill negotiations
  • Policy makers need to continue funding for youth to quit smoking Programs: WSU
  • The Role of Behavioral Health in Pediatric IBD: NIHCD Awards to Grant $ 500,000 to Further Study
  • Telemedicine can help address the home mental health needs of the elderly
  • Support falls for health overhauls as the Obama administration prepares for mid-term exams
  • The use of antipyretic drugs can lead to tens of thousands more influenza cases
  • The use of hearing aids can protect memory and thinking skills in older adults
  • The WHO recommends against the use of homeopathic treatments for HIV, TB, malaria, flu, toddler diarrhea
  • Diffusion Pharma presents positive results from TSC study for PAD at American Heart Association
  • Diopsys Launches New Vision Testing System To Detect Optic Nerve Disease
  • DNA damage from UVA radiation leads to melanoma
  • Doctoral students gain insights into possible career paths at the symposium organized by Emergent Biosolutions
  • Dopamine therapy can stimulate creativity in patients with Parkinson's disease
  • Drugs That Restore Mitochondrial Function May Treat Early Alzheimer's Disease: Research
  • DST Health Solutions, the latest version of CareAnalyzer released
  • Dual-energy CT has the potential to enable the non-invasive diagnosis of gout, say the radiologists
  • E-18 Corp. enters the dental syringe market, completes the US patent filing for the Protectus safety dental syringe
  • e-Health revolution give Australian patients access to their health records
  • Ebselen inhibits the thioredoxin reductase system in H. pylori, M. tuberculosis
  • Eclipsys ‘PeakPractice EMR Solution Receives NEyePA Preferred Vendor Approval
  • Ecolab signs strategic cooperation with Belimed offer cleaning solutions for hospitals
  • ED length of stay can not punish safety net institutions
  • EDRP offers free family counseling on combating eating disorders in teens
  • A secret of how tuberculosis resists the host immune system
  • Insights into cell movement likely to help immune study, cancer research
  • Better coordination could help decrease hospital admissions, mortality
  • One million young adults who made the step into health insurance
  • Simple, effective portable tool can help predict bird flu outbreaks
  • Interfering with the healthy lifestyle can help women with family history control breast cancer risk
  • Some older Americans to get the exemption from health law
  • Some HIV drugs can cause premature aging
  • Some ways to get by the wayside on Valentine's Day
  • Enrollment completed in one of two global phase III necitumumab studies in non-small cell lung cancer
  • Enrollment completely in Aradigm inhaled ciprofloxacin phase 2b study in non-cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis
  • Enrollment in full in Ocera Therapeutics' SENSE Phase 2B trial for mild hepatic encephalopathy
  • Enrollment open in Phase I of Morphotek's clinical trial is MORAb-028 for advanced melanoma
  • Only biennial of HIV prevention conference planned
  • Eisai's eribulin mesylate improves median OS compared with the TPC in previously treated metastatic breast cancer patients
  • Iron supplementation reduces fatigue by almost 50% in nonanemic women
  • Elekta strives to build radiation therapy infrastructures and save the lives of cancer patients in Africa
  • Electrical stimulation of deep brain structures, relieve chronic pain
  • Electronic medical records, which was a national priority but adoption was
  • Elixir Medical Receives FDA Approval to Initiate Patient Enrollment in EXCELLA III Study in USA
  • Elsevier / MEDai Introducing the new version of the Pinpoint Review clinical surveillance system for hospitals
  • Embolization of abnormal neovessels relieves arthritic knee pain
  • Emerging oral atypical antipsychotics will compete in the increasingly crowded schizophrenia drug market
  • At last! A vaccine against dengue fever
  • Endo is reminiscent of two much Endocet tablets
  • Discovery paves the way for new therapeutic strategies to protect the heart health of diabetes patients
  • Decision anticipation: Everyone is looking for clues and making plans for what comes next
  • Appropriate precautionary measures to protect health in summer
  • Enzo Biochem and Ikonisys sign agreement to market molecular-based cervical cancer test
  • Enzo Biochem to market GeneNews ‘ColonSentry in New York and New Jersey
  • EOS imaging signs acquisition agreement from OneFit Medical
  • EOSS could predict the risk of death in overweight, obese people
  • Epilepsy Society will be a third party customer of Complete Genomics newly introduced Revolocity system
  • Results provide new insights into the basic biology of stem cells
  • Results from four major studies on cancer treatments will be presented at ASCO's annual meeting
  • Results from two clinical proof-of-concept studies for CER-627 program will be presented at EAS Congress 2010
  • Significant gaps in public awareness about cardiovascular risks from tobacco use, secondhand smoke
  • Increased drug use linked father's incarceration
  • Loss of memory can indicate cognitive problems
  • Findings highlight the need to monitor all races of heart failure patients for atrial fibrillation
  • Investigators report that the cell-permeable NLS peptide shows promise in controlling atherosclerotic disease
  • Initial data from resminostat phase II Hodgkin lymphoma study, presented on 52nd ASH
  • First microcutter surgical cutting, stapling device receives CE certification
  • First step towards reducing tobacco use in America
  • Adults need help for mental, emotional health problem: study
  • Adults with autism have unreliable neural sensory responses to sight, hearing, and touch
  • Expanded Kobe Biomedical Innovation Cluster presented to foreign correspondents during press tour
  • ERWW PR Forms Health Buzz Group
  • It's a fact that stress makes teens blotchy!
  • ESHRE publishes position paper intrafamilial medically assisted reproduction
  • Essen Recovery Center expands inpatient and inpatient treatment capacity
  • Eating when you're not hungry can be bad for our health, new research finds
  • Ethnicity, depression, sedentary lifestyle are the most important risk factors for chronic fatigue
  • EU funds d-LIVER project to help people suffering from liver diseases
  • Experimental Ebola therapies are due to be tried out in West Africa next month
  • Experts argue over health law's impact on jobs
  • Experts share the latest buzz on alcohol and tobacco allergies
  • Experts: Treating Swine Flu Quickly, Even Without Verification
  • Wrong eye operated on due to mistake in a 4 year old
  • Fathers parenting behavior influences the sexual behavior of your growing children
  • FDA reviews Actos drug for bladder cancer risk
  • FDA grants priority review The name of JRD is XARELTO sNDA
  • FDA Approves New Components of the GORE EXCLUDER AAA Endoprosthesis
  • FDA Approves Teva Quartet Tablets For Pregnancy Prevention
  • FDA ODAC to review CTI pixantrone NDA on March 22, 2010
  • FDA generally suggests to speed up the dissemination of new safety information about generic drugs
  • FDA panel time schedules evaluation for U-systems "somo • v-ABUS-system
  • Malpractice biased fluid resuscitation studies
  • FES cycling linked to improvements in individuals with chronic spinal cord injuries
  • FHIT announces strategic partnership with LecturePad
  • Financial concerns can delay heart attack treatment
  • First-episode type predicts morbidity, disease is natural in bipolar disorder
  • Fiscal cliff conversations moved slowly; Boehner wants health right on the table
  • Flugbahn Health, HeartMath partners to deliver clinical stress management solutions for businesses
  • Fluorescent molecule to detect cyanide contamination in drinking water
  • Liquid polymer research could represent the next breakthrough in stem cell therapy
  • Researchers anticipate immune responses in Alzheimer's patients
  • Researchers are striving to create a map of the human brain wiring using MEG technology
  • Researchers take a step closer to finding treatment for dengue fever
  • Researchers receive $ 1.2M, from Susan G. Komen for Cure for Breast Cancer Research
  • Researchers received $ 2.3 million dollars to study child abuse in the neighborhood
  • Researchers discover significant differences in brain development in infants who later develop autism
  • Researchers discover novel way of increasing the amounts of antibiotics
  • Researchers discover new method for predicting disease progression in people with rheumatoid arthritis
  • Researchers discover new chemical class that attacks two key cancer cell building block targets
  • Researchers discover the link between obesity and high blood pressure
  • Researchers are discovering how the beneficial bacteria in intestines communicate with their own cells
  • Researcher reveals mechanism of sodium-potassium pump in the cell
  • Researchers develop first imaging tool to examine myelin damage in MS
  • Researchers are developing a more accurate way of calculating "bad" cholesterol
  • Researchers are developing tri-layered artificial blood vessels
  • Researchers invent new quick-release medical tape to minimize neonatal skin injuries
  • Researchers are exploring new tools to reduce the risk of radiation exposure
  • Researchers find influenza vaccines contain allergenic components
  • Researchers find a mechanism to repair communication between nerve cells
  • Researchers find that talking about ourselves triggers the sensation of joy
  • Researchers go to NSF funding to create virtual heart platform to improve medical device development
  • Researchers identify novel signaling pathways responsible for parkin's neuroprotective activity
  • Researchers Identify New Chinese Herbal Medicine That Inhibits Hepatitis C Virus Activity
  • Researchers identify new functions for the enzyme matriptase
  • Researchers identify key protein that regulates the innate immune system
  • Researchers identify TACI; MyD88 activates the immune system against infections
  • Researchers identify a promising new approach to treating pulmonary fibrosis
  • Researchers convert astrocytes directly into dopamine-producing neurons
  • Researchers present case report of acute inhalation lung damage associated with e-cigarette use
  • Researchers present new results from RV144 HIV vaccine study on AIDS vaccine 2012
  • Researchers propose new milestones to complement the National Alzheimer's Plan
  • Researchers sequence genome of Tasmanian devil cancer contagious
  • Researchers study gene interactions for personalized drug prescriptions
  • Researchers are studying the quality of the information given by salespeople when promoting drugs to doctors
  • Researchers are studying effects of naturally derived pigment ASX on hippocampal function
  • Researchers are studying how maternal ingestion of excessive vitamins affects the behavior of offspring
  • Researchers use intravenous immunoglobulin to slow AD progression
  • Research team examines infants with suspected GERD using combined pH / MII monitoring
  • Research finds 'game changer' for the clinical study of the industry
  • Research finds sharp increases in dementia, other neurological deaths in people under 74
  • Research finds that mtDNA goes from a healthy cell to a dysfunctional tumor cell
  • Research reviews SpinalCyte - core technology for disc regrowth
  • Finding research could lead to the development of vaccines and therapies for mucormycosis
  • Research roundup: 'Pay-for-performance' unintended effects; Lessons from the crowd .; End of life treatment
  • Research highlights the role of T cells in HIV
  • Research findings cast new light on the biological process that can lead to diabetes
  • Forum focuses on the challenges facing women, girls, HIV in Eastern Europe, Central Asia
  • French scientists publish paper on guidelines for drinking and the relationship between alcohol and cancer
  • Early Study Results in Lung Cancer
  • Early symptoms of post-traumatic stress strongly predict, later, disability, military personnel
  • FTO function can encompass more than body mass
  • Leading medical societies jointly release new instruction for use of carrier screening in reproductive medicine
  • Fujitsu, NCKU mark MOU to build platform for genomics and bioinformatics research
  • Foot and ankle injuries in athletes have been on the rise since 2003: report
  • Gallup-Palmer Study: 57% of US adults use chiropractic care for back or neck pain
  • Gastroenterologist directs new Crohn's Disease and Colitis Program at UT Southwestern
  • Women of childbearing potential who take pain medication may face increased risk for birth defects
  • Childbirth Association publishes two landmark reports focusing on maternity leave in the US
  • Dangerous air quality alert due to high form count
  • Jail and fines for performing circumcision: Massachusetts Justice Committee rejects bill
  • Brain bleeds in premature babies: an interview with Edward Ahn
  • Money Matters: Some of the health quite big winners, possible costs arise
  • Community leaders applaud CMS efforts to target fraudulent activity within the Medicare program
  • Vegetables can help reverse or prevent cancers
  • Genetically modified "glow" cat for HIV / AIDS research
  • Genetic variant associated with an increased long-term mortality risk after coronary bypass graft procedures
  • Genetic deficiency in autism, with specific molecular and cellular consequences
  • Genmab / GSK receives FDA sBLA approval for Arzerra in combination with chlorambucil for the treatment of CLL
  • GENova in advanced negotiations to acquire patents from TheraGlass
  • Genpact to implement process optimization programs for Manipal Health companies
  • GenSpera G-115 anti-cancer drug awarded US patent
  • Genetically engineered proteins that may be a promising new tool for mapping brain-cell activity
  • Genticel completed patient enrollment for ProCervix phase II study
  • Geriatric trauma counseling service lowers the risk of delirium in the elderly
  • Geron begins phase 2 clinical trial for the treatment of metastatic breast cancer with enrollment in imetelstat
  • Rumors, politics vortex around BGH-much-awaited-health-law-decision
  • Controlled TB Vaccine Study to Investigate the Prevention of Mtb Infection through Vaccination
  • Health leaders from sub-Saharan Africa gather for the three-day conference on family planning in Kenya
  • Health law counts you new allies who are all-time high support in California.
  • Health Canada Approves VPRIV Enzyme Replacement Therapy for Gaucher Disease Type 1
  • Health IT could give seniors independence, consumers more control
  • Health Management Associates signs a five-year medical transcription services contract with Transcend
  • Health panel urges baby boomers to be tested for hepatitis C.
  • Health providers can apply online for the H1N1 influenza vaccines
  • Gouty tophi predict cardiovascular remodeling
  • Global CRO Chiltern connects ACRO
  • Global Fund releases 'Notice' on Transitional Funding Mechanism
  • Global Health Limits "four-part magazine series premieres on the public television of the WELT channel
  • Global health funding cuts threaten the fight against HIV and tuberculosis in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, NGO report says
  • Glucocorticoid steroids in intelligent medicine that specifically hits cells concerned
  • GOP Deficit Panel Roster Set: What Are the Chances of a Deal?
  • GPIU, prostate biopsy side study will be done by the end of November
  • Grady Memorial Hospital uses LiveProcess event log for emergency care management
  • Grassley says bugs in healthcare IT software put patients at risk, other HIT news
  • Major childhood immunization campaign begins in Haiti, with support from US and other international partners
  • Large clinical trial does not confirm benefits of erythropoietin for first ST elevation myocardial infarction
  • GTSI awarded Biometric Automated Toolset-Army contract
  • Guardian Reports on HIV-Related Labor Discrimination in China
  • Haiti's cholera epidemic, the hemisphere worst in decades, neglected by the international community
  • Halozyme Therapeutics has terminated delivery of the breach notice to Baxter Healthcare
  • Harbor BioSciences reports encouraging results from Triolex Phase IIa studies
  • House the vote today to wipe the CLASS Act on the books
  • HDC, NeoGenomics sign worldwide license agreement to develop LDT
  • Health Education England starts with Dementia Core Skills Education and Training Framework
  • Healthcare Coalition of Texas, Champion Energy Services give you preferential electricity pricing agreement
  • HealthWarehouse.com Launches Pre-Order Program for Generic Lipitor
  • Healthy aging brain center-care model improves patient outcomes and the quality of care in older adults
  • Helmholtz Zentrum München scientists recognize how Epstein-Barr virus hides in human cells
  • Henry Ford Hospital leads the DBS procedure within iMRI for the treatment of Parkinson's -
  • Cardiovascular medical device to initiate patent applications for its "steerable guidewire" in Europe
  • Today's Opinions: Cuts In Medicare Advantage; Take advantage of Medicaid expansion, closing the donut hole
  • HFSA annual meeting features discussion of David Duncan's quest for personalized medicine
  • HGNS increases airflow during sleep in patients with OSA
  • HHS awards $ 35 million contract to company in hopes of faster-flu vaccine production
  • HHS denies Texas request for MLR waiver
  • HHS returns plan to cut Medicare benefit tariffs
  • HHS announces awarding of up to 120,000 intravenous antiviral drug courses
  • HHS provides format for consumer notices of insurance rate increases
  • Highlights: Minn. Democrats Slash Cuts To Health Services; the cost of dental insurance for children in the Md. may increase
  • Hill committee leaders reach deal on incorporate Medicare doctor pay formula
  • Hill-Rom Holdings ‘Revenue up 19% to $ 475 million in the third quarter of 2015
  • HIMSS honoring Elsevier Michelle Troseth with the Nursing Informatics Leadership Award
  • Historic mining pollution in south west England reduced the genetic diversity of brown trout
  • Hitachi Aloka Medical releases F37 digital diagnostic ultrasound system
  • Hitachi High-Technologies reaches milestone: More than 1,000 units of the TM-1000 delivered
  • Home health care lower US hospital costs: New study
  • Hopkins stem cell research to investigate how the gene variants cause bleeding disorders
  • HP, Clinton Health Access Initiative, collaborating to improve HIV testing and treatment of infants in Kenya
  • Humedica, Anceta unveil health care data solutions at AMGA Annual Meeting 2010
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy improves outcomes in cord blood transplant patients
  • ICSU supports plans for a new global initiative on urban health
  • IDIBELL researchers identify potential treatment for type 2 diabetes
  • IEHIE, SynerMed form partnership
  • Immunocellular Therapeutics pilot study may help in cancer screening
  • Immunomedics reports CD22 antibody produced significant anti-tumor response
  • Vaccine lawsuit rejected by BGH
  • Vaccines - A Needle-Free Future? An interview with Thomas Johnston and Dr. Kees Leenhouts, Mucosis
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  • InComm announces acquisition of Medagate
  • Indiana medical school cuts student numbers amid budget cuts
  • Indiana official offers a new option to Medicaid for Planned Parenthood
  • Inovio Pharmaceuticals reports publication of phase II results from a clinical trial of ChronVac-C
  • Inovio SynCon bird flu vaccine shows wide coverage
  • Institutional discrimination increases the risk of psychiatric illness among the LGB population
  • Intarcia presents ITCA 650 Phase 2 study results at 70th ADA
  • International experts are preparing check lists for the identification of insulin and cancer risk
  • International study of more than 60,000 women shows additional risks associated with fractures
  • International project on the equitable distribution of health resources and priorities in global health