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IMS Seeking $1.4 Billion in IPO Promising No Health-Care Shakeup - Bloomberg

IMS Seeking $1.4 Billion in IPO Promising No Health-Care Shakeup

Consumers, including a ProPublica reporter, love saving money using drug copay coupons. But by upending the benefit structure of health insurers, these clever marketing tools may be increasing costs for everyone.

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Bart Starr returns to Tijuana for stem cells

Discussion questions: 1. What is euthanasia? 2. What is the Polish society’s attitude to euthanasia? 3. Why is it starting to be discussed nowadays? 4. What is your preliminary attitude to eu…

When should people with a non-terminal illness be helped to die?

When should people with a non-terminal illness be helped to die? Belgian law allows euthanasia for patients who suffer from severe and incurable distress, including psychological disorders.

"Antibiotic Apocalypse" Researchers have identified a gene that gives bacteria resistance to the last line of antibiotic defense, a class of drugs called polymyxins. Despite being discovered around 60 years ago, the drugs maintained their effectiveness as they were seldom used due to concerns about their toxicity.

Researchers have identified a gene that gives bacteria resistance to the last line of antibiotic defense, a class of drugs called polymyxins. Despite being

Half of all clinical trials are never published, and Big Pharma wants to keep it that way. A Newsweek report reveals a Big Pharma cover up. http://www.newsweek.com/2014/11/21/medical-science-has-data-problem-284066.html

Big Pharma Plays Hide-the-Ball With Data

In this scathing documentary, Big Bucks, Big Pharma pulls out the curtain of the multimillion-dollar pharmaceutical industry to expose the insidious forms in which the disease is used, manipulated and in some cases Created,

Splenda is officially bad for you

Splenda is officially bad for you

A Scary New Reason to Avoid Splenda. New research suggests that Splenda-an artificial sweetener may contribute to serious health problems like cancer.

Why coffee may be good for your eyes

An antioxidant found in coffee called chlorogenic acid could help keep eyes healthy, scientists say.

The EazeMD app lets you consult a weed doctor on your phone.  It's like Skype for medical Marijuana prescriptions.

The EazeMD app lets you consult a weed doctor on your phone

The EazeMD app lets you consult a weed doctor on your phone. It's like Skype for medical Marijuana prescriptions.

A passenger rushes past an art exhibit at Logan International Airport in Boston, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016. The exhibit consists of larger-than-life posters of nearly three dozen people _ some ordinary, some famous _ who have struggled with mental illness.  Michael Dwyer  - AP Photo

Boston airport exhibit sheds light on mental illness

The Mental Health Crisis in Trump’s America. What will happen to people with depression or psychosis if they lose their health insurance?

Malaria vaccine gets 'green light' - BBC News

Malaria vaccine one step closer

Malaria vaccine gets the 'green light', despite being barely as effective as a mosquito net.

The alien within: Fetal cells influence maternal health during pregnancy (and long after).

Dramatic research has shown that during pregnancy, cells of the fetus often migrate through the placenta, taking up residence in many areas of the mother’s body, where their influence may benefit or undermine maternal health.

Chemotherapy causes tumors to grow

Chemotherapy 'can make cancers more resistant to treatment and even encourage them to grow'

Chemotherapy can backfire by encouraging healthy body cells around the tumour to produce a protein that helps the cancer to resist treatment, say scientists at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.

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