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Ebola – is the virus silently immunising as well as brutally killing? – BizNews

Daily News & Analysis Ebola – is the virus silently immunising as well as brutally killing? BizNews Scientific pipe dreams or not, s0-called ‘asymptomatic’, ‘seropositive’ Ebola cases are better than nightmares. They are the people exposed to the virus who build antibodies but don’t get sick.

Extra funding sought to fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria – Washington Post

Washington Post Extra funding sought to fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria Washington Post The Obama administration wants to double the amount of federal funding dedicated to combating antibiotic-resistant bacteria, a mounting problem that causes an estimated 2 million illnesses and 23,000 deaths annually in the United States. President Obama … Obama eyes new funds to fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria The Hill Obama to propose sharp increase in antibiotic funding Reuters Obama’s Fiscal 2016 Budget Proposes Doubling of Federal Funding to $1.2 Billion Uncover Michigan WNDU-TV  - New Hampshire Voice  - Medical Xpress all 68 news articles »

Oxfam says rich countries must support West Africa’s Ebola recovery – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Business Recorder Oxfam says rich countries must support West Africa’s Ebola recovery Minneapolis Star Tribune ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast — Rich countries must act swiftly to repair battered health systems and get cash to millions of families in the three countries hit hardest by the world’s worst Ebola outbreak, the international development agency Oxfam said Tuesday. Liberia Closes Ebola Centre at Epicentre of Outbreak NDTV African Embassies In United States Recognizing Filmmakers Riasing Money To … Global News Network Ebola crisis: Oxfam calls for recovery Marshall Plan BBC News Reuters all 359 news articles »

Cipla surges to record high on generic Nexium supply hopes – Economic Times

SMN Weekly Cipla surges to record high on generic Nexium supply hopes Economic Times Drugmaker Cipla’s shares rose as much as 4.8 per cent to a record high of Rs 710.

Labour’s Ed Miliband: Huge savings to be made with NHS plan – BBC News

BBC News Labour’s Ed Miliband: Huge savings to be made with NHS plan BBC News Ed Miliband is to set out Labour’s “10-year plan” for the NHS including longer home visits by social care workers. The Labour leader will also pledge new safety checks to identify people at risk of hospitalisation and 5,000 new home care workers. All of the ..

Ed Miliband and David Cameron step up election battle – BBC News

BBC News Ed Miliband and David Cameron step up election battle BBC News Ed Miliband has set out Labour’s “10-year plan” for the NHS including longer home visits by social care workers as the parties step up their campaigning 100 days before the general election.

Burwell, HHS Secretary Proposes Changes in Medicare Payments – Geek Infinite

Sacramento Bee Burwell, HHS Secretary Proposes Changes in Medicare Payments Geek Infinite On Monday, Obama administration proposed a new model to assess the repay health professionals of Medicare. The main objective of the new model is to divert the concentration towards the quality of health services. It would pay Medicare doctors and …

Government to overhaul Medicare payments – Dubuque Telegraph Herald

MiamiHerald.com Government to overhaul Medicare payments Dubuque Telegraph Herald WASHINGTON — Medicare will change the way it pays hospitals and doctors to reward quality over volume, the Obama administration said Monday, in a shift that officials hope will be a catalyst for the nation’s $3-trillion health care system. “It is in our common … Burwell, HHS Secretary Proposes Changes in Medicare Payments Geek Infinite HHS Secretary Burwell Announces Medicare Program Improvements Pioneer News Obama to Implement New Model For Medicare Payments Consolidate Times Philly.com  - Diabetes Insider  - Los Angeles Times all 217 news articles »

Morphine after childhood surgery may be life threatening – Times of India

Times of India Morphine after childhood surgery may be life threatening Times of India Treating post-operative pain with morphine can cause life threatening respiratory problems in some children who have had their tonsils removed, new research has found. The study has identified a significant risk of potentially fatal breathing disruption when ..

Study finds link between dementia and over counter medicines for allergies and … – Nottingham Post

Nottingham Post Study finds link between dementia and over counter medicines for allergies and … Nottingham Post A study has suggested that higher use of over the counter treatments for insomnia and hay-fever among other drugs were related to a higher risk of dementia in elderly people. The drugs which the study has identified are all medications that have an ..

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