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4/26/2015: Lifestyle: VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTS MAY UP HEALTH RISK 
Hindustan Times - 8 Hours ago
Experts have been telling us that it’s always better to get your fill of vitamin from natural resources rather than relying on supplements. A recent study seconds their view. The research has found that
4/26/2015: MISCELLANY: VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTS MAY UP HEALTH RISK Hindustan Times
4/26/2015: Ht City: VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTS MAY UP HEALTH RISK Hindustan Times
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Stunting because of poor nutrition. 
Special Broadcasting Service - 8 Hours ago
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Cambodia land dispute Special Broadcasting Service
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Abusing dietary supplements could increase risk of cancer 
The Sun Daily - 7 Hours ago
NEARLY one in two Americans and one in four Frenchwomen use dietary supplements today. And yet, according to this study, exceeding the daily recommended dose increases the risk of developing cancer.
Cancer risk from excessive supplements Malay Mail
Higher risk of cancer from dietary supplement abuse Malay Mail
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Exercise Can't Save Us: Our Sugar Intake Is The Real Culprit, Say Experts 
Forbes.com - 16 Hours ago
Follow Comments Following Comments Unfollow Comments In a fascinating and scorching editorial in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, three authors argue that the myth that exercise is the key
Exercise Can't Save Us From Too Much Sugar In Our Diets, Say Experts Social Dashboard
Exercise Can't Save Us From Too Much Sugar In Our Diets Forbes.com
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Private nursing homes down shutters in Tiruchi 
The Hindu - 9 Hours ago
All private nursing homes and clinics in Tiruchi downed the shutters on Saturday. The token strike called by the Tiruchi branch of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) to “protect doctors and hospitals”
Nursing homes down shutters in Tiruchi The Hindu
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Healthcare reform faces uphill battle 
Bangkok Post - 8 Hours ago
Merging the government’s three healthcare programmes into one will tackle inequalities in the system but poses an uphill task, the Public Health Minister has said. Speaking at seminar on public health     Add Comment

Private nursing homes down shutters in Tiruchi 
The Hindu - 7 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- Private nursing homes remained closed in Tiruchi on Saturday owing to a strike call given by IMA Tiruchi branch.— Photo: B.Velankanni Raj All private nursing homes     Add Comment

‘Severe shortage of professionals in healthcare sector’ 
The Hindu - 9 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- S. Ramananda Shetty, Vice-Chancellor of Nitte University, said on Saturday that there was a massive shortage of healthcare professionals in India. He was delivering     Add Comment
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>>   Public health
Bird flu epidemic takes toll on health of Hormel's Jennie-O [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)] 
Bloomberg - 8 Hours ago
April 26--The lethal bird flu sweeping across Minnesota has taken a nasty swipe at one of Hormel Foods Corp With at least 29 Jennie-O suppliers -- including 14 company-owned farms -- devastated by the     Add Comment

‘Bird-flu chicken’ dump creates tension 
The Hindu - 7 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- Mild tension prevailed at Singhnagar after residents took strong objection to dumping of chicken pieces by a vehicle driver on the main road. The locals prevented     Add Comment

Swine flu: three, including two children, hospitalised 
The Hindu - 9 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- Three persons including two children of a nurse, who is undergoing treatment at the Kanyakumari Government Medical College Hospital (KGMCH), were tested positive     Add Comment

Swine flu: 3 hospitalised 
The Hindu - 9 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- Three persons including two children of a nurse, who is undergoing treatment at the Kanyakumari Government Medical College Hospital (KGMCH), were tested positive     Add Comment
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>>   Pharmaceutical Industry
Have we reached a turning point in the fight against Alzheimer's? 
Fortune - 8 Hours ago
Above illustration by Sinelab Even before Jeffrey Sevigny stepped to the podium, it was clear that something momentous had The day before Sevigny’s March 20 talk at the International Conference on
Can biogen beat the memory thief? Fortune
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Pharma industry to get booster dose in N. Andhra 
The Hindu - 7 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- Pharma exports from Andhra Pradesh is set to record a quantum jump in the coming years, with several multinational companies evincing interest in investing in bulk     Add Comment

Insider Selling: Haemonetics CFO Sells $203,678.10 in Stock (HAE) 
Mideast Time - 8 Hours ago
Haemonetics (NYSE:HAE) CFO Christopher J. Lindop sold 4,902 shares of the company’s stock on the open market in a transaction dated Monday, April 20th. The shares were sold at an average price of $41.55,
Michael Iandoli Sells 1,247 Shares of UniFirst Corp Stock (UNF) Mideast Time
Insider Selling: Alliance Data Systems SVP Sells 3,706 Shares of Stock (ADS) Mideast Time
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World’s first malaria vaccine to be used in Africa 
The Nation Pakistan - 7 Hours ago
Reuters LONDON The world’s first malaria vaccine, made by GlaxoSmithKline, could be approved by international regulators for use in Africa from October after final trial data showed it offered partial     Add Comment
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>>   Cancer
‘NICH oncology unit needs support for expansion’ 
DAWN Group - 7 Hours ago
KARACHI: The oncology unit of the government-run National Institute of Child Health (NICH) desperately needs support to build up a large treatment facility to accommodate the increasing number of patients     Add Comment

Summer school for budding oncologists at Tata Memorial Hospital 
NewsR.in - 8 Hours ago
mumbai24x7  Mumbai24x7 - Daily News & Analysis: Su... http://t.co/tK5MEHZx45 #Mumbai   3 minutes ago india agent  Summer school for budding oncologists at Tata Memorial Hospital http://t.co/nztf5Ffepz     Add Comment

Hundreds Of Cancer Possibilities Arise From Common Skin Mole Mutation 
Eurasia Review - 7 Hours ago
By A Houston Methodist-led team of international scientists has identified hundreds of possible new genes in mice that could transform benign skin growths into deadly melanomas. An initial mutation,
Study Shows Hundreds of Cancer Possibilities Arise from Common Skin Mole Mutation Scicasts
Scientists identify possible new genes that could change benign skin growths into  News-Medical.Net
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Guest Commentary: Early lung cancer detection saves lives 
Denver Post - 8 Hours ago
April 22 Colorado Voices column. This commentary highlighted the profound benefits of early detection of lung cancer. Most patients with lung cancer are diagnosed only when they experience symptoms     Add Comment
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>>   Genetics
Mitochondria editing tried in mice 
BBC - 7 Hours ago
Researchers have developed a technique to edit out bits of mitochondrial DNA that could otherwise pass on incurable diseases, a study in mice shows. Salk Institute scientists used specifically engineered     Add Comment

New Stem Cell Treatment Brings Comfort to Disabled Stroke Victims 
The Guardian Express - 7 Hours ago
The British biotech company ReNeuron, recently explained that long-term promise is being exhibited in their new stem cell treatment to bring comfort to disabled stroke victims, with the phase one experiment     Add Comment

Hundreds Of Cancer Possibilities Arise From Common Skin Mole Mutation 
Eurasia Review - 7 Hours ago
By A Houston Methodist-led team of international scientists has identified hundreds of possible new genes in mice that could transform benign skin growths into deadly melanomas. An initial mutation,
Study Shows Hundreds of Cancer Possibilities Arise from Common Skin Mole Mutation Scicasts
Scientists identify possible new genes that could change benign skin growths into  News-Medical.Net
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WuXi NextCODE Genomics, DNAnexus partner 
Center Watch - 8 Hours ago
WuXi NextCODE Genomics, a subsidiary of WuXi PharmaTech , an open-access R&D capability and technology platform company, and DNAnexus , an cloud-based genome informatics and data management company, have
Big Data and Genomics Meet the Cloud: the First Unified Global Platform for Precision  Fierce CRO
WUXI PHARMATECH CAYMAN : Big Data and Genomics Meet the Cloud: the First Unified  4 Traders
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