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Proper health insurance plans essential for senior citizens

Proper health insurance plans essential for senior citizens Investing in a senior health insurance plan has a true significance and relevance. When people fall ill in old age, they face difficulty in seeking quality treatment due to the expensive treatment cost. A health insurance cover will make it easy for … Full News here – […]

Following Suit: SSRI Lawsuit Update

Following Suit: SSRI Lawsuit Update In January 2014, a lawsuit involving Lexapro and Celexa was granted class-action status. The lawsuit (case number 1:09-md-02067) alleges plaintiffs were misled into giving their children the SSRIs, even though the drugs had not been approved for use in … Full News here – Read more on LawyersandSettlements.com

Parents Outraged Cruise Line Won't Reschedule Their Trip In Light Of Son's

Parents Outraged Cruise Line Won't Reschedule Their Trip In Light Of Son's … The seemingly routine hospital visit took a turn for the worst, however, when his CT scan revealed an abnormality. After some more tests, Nicholas was diagnosed with a form of liver cancer called Hepatoblastoma. At the end of May, he had emergency […]

World War I: Left for dead, the Welsh soldier whose incredible cosmetic

World War I: Left for dead, the Welsh soldier whose incredible cosmetic … He was almost left for dead by World War I medics who saw his dreadful facial injuries and thought he wouldn't survive. But Ellis Williams, who was struck down in the infamous battle of Mametz Wood in 1916, later underwent pioneering cosmetic […]

Lexapro – Medical Informer Video

http://onlinebuylexapro.com Lexapro (escitalopram) is used to treat anxiety and major depressive disorder. Includes Lexapro side effects, interactions and in…

Best of AUA 2014: Basic Science Research

30 July 2014

Best of AUA 2014: Basic Science Research Immediate placement of a localized drug delivery system (sildenafil-loaded nanospheres) to the site of nerve injury improved erectile function in rats, suggesting potential application in patients undergoing radical prostatectomy. • A combination of … Full News here – Read more on ModernMedicine

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Coeur d'Alene boy raises thousands for Type 1 Diabetes foundation

30 July 2014

Coeur d'Alene boy raises thousands for Type 1 Diabetes foundation An young boy from Coeur d'Alene has a disease some might think of as limiting, but 11-year-old Carson Magee is refusing to let Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) hold him back. Since he was diagnosed four years ago, Carson has helped raise thousands for the … Full […]

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Some health-insurance rates are down

30 July 2014

Some health-insurance rates are down The Colorado Consumer Health Initiative just completed an analysis of the 2015 insurance rates filed with the state's Division of Insurance. While some Coloradans are paying less in part because of the increased competition created by the health … Full News here – Read more on The Durango Herald

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Could a Pac-Man-Like Cell Gobble Up Mesothelioma Cancer Cells Some Day?

30 July 2014

Could a Pac-Man-Like Cell Gobble Up Mesothelioma Cancer Cells Some Day? Cancer cells Mesothelioma is one of the most aggressive and challenging cancers to treat. The infected cells fight off standard cancer treatments and continue to grow and divide leaving doctors and patients frustrated at the inability to stop the rogue … Full News here […]

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Pfizer's 2Q profit sinks 79 pct but tops forecasts

29 July 2014

Pfizer's 2Q profit sinks 79 pct but tops forecasts Pfizer Inc. is best known for creating medicines for the masses, including the erectile dysfunction pill Viagra, the Prevnar vaccine against pneumonia and related infections, and the now-generic cholesterol fighter Lipitor, which was once the world's … Full News here – Read more on The Ledger

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Should all pregnant women with diabetes take fish oil?

29 July 2014

Should all pregnant women with diabetes take fish oil? All women with diabetes should take fish oil pills during pregnancy, say British scientists investigating the link between blood sugar problems and low levels of two important fatty acids. The experts believe supplementation will reduce the risk of … Full News here – Read more on […]

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Monterey Park School hosts annual asthma camp

29 July 2014

Monterey Park School hosts annual asthma camp Now in its 29th year, Velcoff Asthma Camp was co-founded by the late Dr. Mark Velcoff and Jill Houlette, a respiratory therapist at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital. Velcoff's partners, Dr. Steve Prager and Dr. Dan More, and Velcoff's daughter, Rachael … Full News here – Read more on […]

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Health Subcommittee Discusses Legislative Proposals to Prevent Insurance

29 July 2014

Health Subcommittee Discusses Legislative Proposals to Prevent Insurance … The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health, chaired by Rep. Joe Pitts (R-PA), today held a hearing to review legislative solutions to protect Americans from the president's broken health care law. "Today's hearing is once again about … Full News here – Read more on Insurance […]

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Cecile Richards compares abortion to colonoscopies

29 July 2014

Cecile Richards compares abortion to colonoscopies Planned Parenthood has been desperate for a long time to make themselves out to be purveyors of women's health care, when really, their business revolves around — what else? — abortion. Oh, sure, they like to pretend that they care about things … Full News here – Read more […]

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Low yield for repeat colonoscopy in some patients

29 July 2014

Low yield for repeat colonoscopy in some patients (HealthDay)—Repeat colonoscopies within 10 years are of little benefit to patients who had no polyps found on adequate examination; however, repeat colonoscopies do benefit patients when the baseline examination was compromised, according to … Full News here – Read more on Medical Xpress

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Reality Check: US Consumer Drug Costs Climb Ever Higher

29 July 2014

Reality Check: US Consumer Drug Costs Climb Ever Higher The moderating impact on costs in recent years from a wave of blockbuster brand-name drugs going generic, from Lipitor to Lexapro, has faded, they said. A pharmacy benefit management company forecasted accelerating prescription-drug cost increases in … Full News here – Read more on MNI News

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Live: Merge 25 ends hot, humid and with a silly Neutral Milk Hotel kowtow

29 July 2014

Live: Merge 25 ends hot, humid and with a silly Neutral Milk Hotel kowtow That precious declaration wasn't exactly news to those who had spent their Saturday roasting on the black asphalt of the Cat's Cradle parking lot while standing in front of a large, temporary stage. Festival organizers had affixed a dozen signs to […]

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Letter: Answers on aspirin

29 July 2014

Letter: Answers on aspirin In the words of Dr Campbell Cowan, chair of the Guideline Development Group at Nice, who told the media on June 18 that: “Aspirin has been a smokescreen in anticoagulation. We now know it is not safer and it's questionable whether it has any effect at … Full News here – […]

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LASIK outcomes not significantly affected by seasonality

29 July 2014

LASIK outcomes not significantly affected by seasonality No clinically relevant association was found between seasonality and LASIK outcomes, demonstrating the standardized reliability of the procedure, according to researchers. A retrospective, cross-sectional data analysis included 1,052 eyes of 1,052 … Full News here – Read more on Healio

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Death and Abuse at the Southwest Border

29 July 2014

Death and Abuse at the Southwest Border For six hours, Jane was subjected to an observed bowel movement, X-ray, speculum exam, rectal exam, vaginal exam, and a CT scan. She was released without charge, but was acutely emotionally and mentally traumatized from the painful cavity searches … Full News here – Read more on American Civil […]

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