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McKinsey health care study criticized for flaws

Jun 21, 2011
McKinsey says its recent conclusion that some 30 percent of employers would drop health coverage once state insurance exchanges start up is not predictive.
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Medical identity theft climbs

Jun 21, 2011
Imposters don't just want access to your credit cards anymore. They want your insurance policy.
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A new way to diagnose PTSD

Jun 17, 2011
Researchers are working on a way to diagnose PTSD in a way that's based on more than an interview with a physician. They're using sensors and...
Posted In: Health, medicine, virtual reality

Doctors' association to vote on support for health care reform

Jun 17, 2011
Just like President Obama's health care reform law, the American Medical Association's current policy says most Americans should be required to buy health insurance. But the law also comes with requirements that could put small practices out of business.
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Pfizer tries to extend its Viagra patent

Jun 15, 2011
If drugmaker Pfizer loses a court battle today to generic manufacturer Teva over patent protection, the famous blue pill will be more cheaply available.
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British fear 'American-style' health care

Jun 14, 2011
As American politicians continue to debate ways to reform health care, British politicians are telling a concerned population that the U.K. will not turn their National Health Service into an 'American-style' private system.
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Technology helps us predict heart attacks

Jun 14, 2011
Predictive Medical Technologies has come up with an algorithm that can predict if a patient will have a heart attack within 24 hours. So far, the...
Posted In: FDA, Health

The supermarket solution

Jun 13, 2011
How the art and science of selling food can be redirected to fight obesity.
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Vaccine conference seeks funds

Jun 13, 2011
Representatives from the developing world, drug makers and countries have gathered in London today to pledge money to the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization, or the GAVI Alliance -- an organization that helps provide vaccines to children in poor countries.
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Bean sprouts take the blame for E. coli scare

Jun 10, 2011
German health authorities have confirmed that sprouts from an organic farm in Germany are the source of the E. coli outbreak that has killed 31 people.
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