South African culls 260,000 birds so far to contain bird flu outbreak-minister
PRETORIA - South Africa has culled 260,000 birds so far to contain an H5N8 bird flu outbreak, Agriculture Minister Senzeni Zokwana told a news briefing on Thursday.
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AstraZeneca, Chi-Med take kidney cancer drug into final testing
LONDON - AstraZeneca and Hutchison China MediTech said on Thursday they had initiated a global late-stage clinical trial of the experimental drug savolitinib in a relatively...
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Details on surprise Novartis heart drug success due Aug 27
LONDON - Full details on the surprise success of a Novartis anti-inflammatory drug in cutting cardiovascular risk for heart attack survivors will be presented at a medical...
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China eyes healthcare payment shake-up to trim costs
SHANGHAI - China will push to diversify how it pays the healthcare costs for its nearly 1.4 billion people in a bid to stem "irrational growth" of medical costs, the finance...
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Ohio lawmakers vote to freeze Medicaid expansion
CLEVELAND - Ohio's Republican-controlled legislature voted on Wednesday to freeze enrollment in the state's Medicaid healthcare insurance for the poor, setting the stage for a...
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Bullied teens report more gun access
U.S. teens who report being bullied are three times more likely to say they have access to loaded guns than kids who weren't bullied, a new study found.
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Air pollution limits in U.S. inadequate to prevent deaths
With the Trump Administration threatening to loosen air pollution controls, a new study is showing that even existing rules are causing tens of thousands of extra deaths in the...
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Out-of-hospital cardiac arrests fell under the Affordable Care Act
In Oregon, the rate of cardiac arrests happening outside of hospitals fell significantly after implementation of the Affordable Care Act and its expansion of health insurance...
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Fewer U.S. cancer survivors breathing secondhand smoke
Cancer survivors are less than half as likely to be exposed to secondhand smoke as they were a generation ago, a U.S. study suggests.
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Bulgaria to press EU over 'double standards' in food products
SOFIA - Bulgaria has found that food products sold by multinational companies in the country contained different ingredients to identical-brand products sold in Austria and...
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Since shopping is a beloved American pastime, it's just as logical as a way to celebrate July 4 as fireworks and barbecues. As we enter the height of Summer beauty season, it's...
Dear GOP Senators: Alzheimer's Patients Need More Benefits, Not Less
The Republican bill would make an already broken system even worse.
22 Million More Uninsured Under Senate GOP Health Care Bill, CBO Reports
Senate Republicans want to pass this legislation this week.
The Republican Health Care Bill Is Mean And Cold-Hearted
The principles of Republican health care are straight out of 16th century England where being poor was a sure sign of moral
Warren Buffett Makes The Case For Single-Payer Health Care
One government insurer would be "more effective" at controlling costs, the billionaire says.
The Scary FDA Loophole That Allows Cosmetics With Reported Side Effects to...
Consumer complaints for side effects caused by ingredients in cosmetic products have more than doubled from last year according to a new study published in JAMA Internal...
AARP Urges 'All Senators To Vote NO' On GOP Health Care Bill
The bill would bring changes "ultimately harming some of our nation's most vulnerable citizens,” the group said.
Merck, Heritage Valley Health System, caught in global cyberattack
On Tuesday, pharma giant Merck & Co confirmed its computer network had been compromised as part of a vicious new cybersecurity attack, which also impacted at least one U.S...