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Cashing in on fantasy football

Aug 11, 2006
Fantasy football leagues can generate real revenue for businesses tied to the NFL. Stacey Vanek-Smith looks at who's banking on the phenomenon.
Posted In: Sports

Under the care of pharma-nurses

Aug 10, 2006
Some drug companies are starting to provide nurses to help patients stick to treatments prescribed by their doctors. Is it just a new tactic to sell expensive high-profile drugs? Cathy Duchamp checks up on the situation.
Posted In: Health

Malfunctioning defibrillators

Aug 10, 2006
Defibrillators are popping up in public places everywhere these days, but a new report says one in five could be defective. Helen Palmer looks into the life-saving market.
Posted In: Health

But do you have an 'Elle' phone?

Aug 10, 2006
Women's fashion magazine Elle looks to expand the reach of its brand by launching its own cell phone — that doubles as a mirror. Stacey Vanek-Smith has the story.
Posted In: Science

Medicare payment cuts

Aug 9, 2006
Beginning next year, doctors will see a cut in Medicare reimbursements — all part of the government overhaul of the Medicare payment system. But how will it affect hospital-goers? Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

Hefty price tag on McCartney divorce

Aug 9, 2006
In Britain an expensive battle is looming over Paul and Heather McCartney's divorce. And they've hired the legal teams that took part in one of modern history's most famous marital splits. Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Canada

Curing malaria

Aug 9, 2006
India software services firm TCS says it's developed a new gene-based technology that will revolutionize treatment for Asia and Africa's biggest killer: malaria. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Canada, Health

Pharma-merger

Aug 8, 2006
Two of the nation's biggest institutional pharmacy suppliers are merging, and the move could be good for consumers. Helen Palmer looks at the implications of the merger.
Posted In: Health

ABC expands fall Web lineup

Aug 7, 2006
ABC has plans to beef up its online offerings for the upcoming TV season. Lisa Napoli reports it's an indication TV executives are taking the smaller screen more seriously.
Posted In: Science

Indian states ban Coke and Pepsi

Aug 7, 2006
Today a sixth Indian state, Gujarat, announced it's banning the soft drinks from government schools and offices after an environmental study found them to contain high levels of pesticides. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Canada, Health

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