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Some states have opted out of ObamaCare but this week seniors on social security are learning this will cost them $1200 per year in reduced payments.
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Aditya Shah says Healthcare in India is an area of great concern. Some politicians seem not to care about the people while others actually have plans for improvement.
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Statistics by the HIV/AIDS Prevention Department of the Ministry of Health (MOH) of Vietnam shows that currently there are about 170,000 drug users in the listed record of the country.
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In India, this concern has been overcome by the cadre of link workers in Bihar who have managed to increase the number of referrals at testing centres by adopting inventive ways of convincing the vulnerable communities to access treatment.
18:12 Nov 11, 2013 PST
A young scientist was awarded the third prize at Falling Walls 2013 for her research aimed to reduce mortality and complication rate in surgical procedures to treat cardiovascular diseases (CVDs).
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President Obama apparently wants his signature legislation to pressure Texas Gov. Rick Perry to expand Medicaid, but the governor isn't interested.
14:23 Nov 10, 2013 PST
Johnson & Johnson fined for illegally marketing drugs to the elderly and kids. Shady marketing, hidden risks, kickbacks and outrageous prices are not gone from the medical field.
19:43 Nov 9, 2013 PST
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Xolelwa Joni, a multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) survivor spoke with Citizen News Service (CNS) at the 44th Union World Conference on Lung Health.
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