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California children are increasingly seeking care for asthma in emergency rooms – despite medical advances and millions of dollars spent to control symptoms statewide. (Barbara Feder Ostrov, 5/28) Pol... read more

Conundrum of Kerala's struggling economy

Decent state-funded health care and education even made it ... the business capital of Kerala, as a pioneering fertilizer company, a multi-product, multi-divisional corporation aimed at self reliance ... read more

Patients pathways to tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment in a fragmented health system: a qualitative study from a south Indian district

We aimed ... care from private chemists initially, by purchasing symptomatic drugs over-the counter. Since the symptoms did not subside, they accessed RNTCP by themselves based on the following factor... read more

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on EU options for improving access to medicines

whereas, in many cases, the prices of new medicines have increased during the past few decades to the point of being unaffordable to many European citizens and of threatening the sustainability of nat... read more

Readers’ Questions on the Health Care Overhaul

Everyone else would pay full price, though there are provisions in the legislation aimed ... care system, there are two major ways health savings accounts are impacted by the legislation. First, start... read more

Will health care reform pass Congress this year?

FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty: The battle over health care reform looks to be an uphill one for President Obama. The president was in Chicago today, asking skeptical doctors to get behind his plan to overh... read more

Budget Expectations: AiMeD wants higher import duty on medical devices that can be made in India

New Delhi: The Association of Indian Medical Device Industry (AiMeD) on Tuesday said the union government ... of the government i.e. ‘Make in India’ programme and ensuring healthcare security of the n... read more

Good Government Health Care Not Actually So Good

In today's column, Paul Krugman says that "government involvement is the only reason our system works at all." He writes: The key thing you need to know about health care is that it depends crucially ... read more

Negotiating the health insurance minefield

This is due to the fact that under the rules, health insurance plans can now be classified as 'advanced' and non-advanced' with ... making the cost of health insurance for older people unaffordable. I... read more

Net neutrality leads to systemic risk

Easy monetary policy by the Federal Reserve, for instance, aimed at countering a recession in 2001 ... saying the FCC decision advances a regulatory framework that “promotes innovation and consumer ch... read more

Griffin: Stick to the Moon

That may explain why he made a public statement aimed at Obama about NASA’s future. Basically, he said that the incoming Administration needs to stick with going back to the Moon, and that backing dow... read more

Glens Falls teachers, school officials deadlock over contract

Both sides agree student achievement is the goal, but they differ over salaries, health and retirement benefits and a teachers ... As a result, the association used a new method of negotiations aimed ... read more

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