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Drug Shortage in the U.S. May Pose Deadly Problem for Patients
The shortage goes back at least a decade and shows disturbing ... which did a study in 2013 on the drug shortage, other reasons include a lack of materials to make the drugs, as well as delays in gett... read more
How Britain's post-industrial cities got hooked on booze
Recent data shows the number of reported alcohol-related ambulance callouts in the city centre is rising, not falling. A University Hospital Galway study ... In the US, several cities already ban alco... read more
13 Fact Checks on the State of the Union Address
“We have created 5.3 million new jobs and importantly ... the second-biggest drug market– negotiate directly with drugmakers. 9. “We have unleashed a revolution in American energy–the United States is ... read more
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How to train the body's own cells to combat antibiotic resistance
Drug-resistant superbugs have threatened human health for decades. The situation is getting worse because of the shortage of new antibiotics ... the death toll could rise to 10 million globally and co... read more
Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes
New polling shows ... over high drug costs (it’s an old drug that shouldn’t be expensive, lots of people need it, patients can die if they have to ration it). Well, a new study gives some ... read more
Bristol-Myers Squibb: 2.4% Dividend, Impressive Pipeline, Approval Coming Soon
Bristol-Myers Squibb ... drug under development" (see pipeline link above), Eliquis sales were $216 million in Q3 2014. This was up 26.3% sequentially. Eliquis has gotten a lot of new approvals in 201... read more
New antibiotics are scarce. What if we could train our bodies to better fight infection?
Drug-resistant superbugs have threatened human health for decades. The situation is getting worse because of the shortage of new ... 10 million globally and cost $80 trillion to the global economy. Dr... read more
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Most of us try to eat healthily but some of the worst offenders ... doesn't explain how lettuce from other farms may have been contaminated. (2/13) A new study shows that men are happier, more satisfi... read more
“Reverse Innovation” Could Save Lives. Why Aren’t We Embracing It?
“This is just about taking some low-cost things that are right in front of us and assembling them in a ... insure a patient keeps breathing. One recent study found that Ethiopia, a country of eighty m... read more
U.S. Efforts to Boost Number of Primary Care Doctors Have Failed
THURSDAY, Jan. 10, 2013 (HealthDay News) -- Amid signs of a growing shortage of primary care physicians in the United States, a new study shows that the ... which contributes $800 million annually, as ... read more