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CVS to pay $5 million to resolve U.S. drug probe

CVS to pay $5 million to resolve U.S. drug probe
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-12


CVS Health Corp has paid $5 million to resolve allegations that pharmacies it operates in California failed to keep and maintain accurate records of prescription drugs, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday.The deal follows an investigation that began in 2012 after the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration noticed an increased number of thefts and unexplained losses of the opioid pain medication...(Read More)

Swedish aid agency to halt funds for supporters of U.S. anti-abortion

Swedish aid agency to halt funds for supporters of U.S. anti-abortion 'gag rule'
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-11


STOCKHOLM Sweden's international aid agency is set to halt funding for sexual and reproductive health programs of organizations which acquiesce in President Donald Trump's ban on federal funding for foreign groups providing abortions or abortion support.Trump this year reinstated a policy that requires foreign NGOs which receive U.S. global family planning funds to certify that they do not perform...(Read More)

Healthcare disagreements roil U.S. Senate Republicans

Healthcare disagreements roil U.S. Senate Republicans
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-11


WASHINGTON Republican senators returned to Washington on Monday following a 10-day holiday recess still at odds with one another over legislation President Donald Trump wants passed to repeal major portions of Obamacare.With only three weeks left before a summer recess scheduled to stretch until Sept. 5, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell appeared determined to keep trying to find agreement on...(Read More)

Arena

Arena's heart-lung drug succeeds in mid-stage study, shares soar
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-11


U.S. drug developer Arena Pharmaceuticals Inc said on Monday its experimental drug for pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), a rare but deadly lung disease, met the main goal in a mid-stage study.Arena's shares soared 40 percent to $25.76 in trading after the bell following the news.PAH occurs when the arteries of the lungs constrict, forcing the heart to work harder and potentially leading to heart...(Read More)

Lung and colon cancer more likely to strike survivors of persecution

Lung and colon cancer more likely to strike survivors of persecution
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-11


(Reuters Health) - Torn from their homes and families, Jewish holocaust survivors endured starvation, enslavement and staggering physical and emotional abuse at the hands of the Nazis during World War II.Now, a study released on Monday shows that survivors suffer an elevated risk of cancer, especially lung and colorectal malignancies.Israeli researchers examined the medical records of more than 152,000...(Read More)

Given a chance, even babies will overeat

Given a chance, even babies will overeat
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-10


(Reuters Health - Having infants feed themselves all their food from the start of solid feeding, so-called baby-led weaning, does not prevent them from becoming overweight, according to new research from New Zealand."It has always been assumed that if babies are allowed to control their own food intake then they will be better at judging when they have ‘had enough,’” Anne-Louise M. Heath and...(Read More)

UK Supreme Court rules in favor of Lilly

UK Supreme Court rules in favor of Lilly's Alimta patents
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-10


Eli Lilly and Co won a years-long patent dispute with Actavis on Friday after the UK Supreme Court ruled that the generic drugmaker's versions of Lilly's top-selling cancer drug Alimta directly infringe on certain Lilly patents in Britain, France, Italy and Spain.Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd owns the generic versions of Alimta in question after buying Allergan Plc's generic business Actavis...(Read More)

Surgeon moms face special challenges

Surgeon moms face special challenges
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-10


(Reuters Health) - Dr. Jennifer Davids went straight from high school to college to medical school and into training to become a colorectal surgeon. Even without a break, she wasn’t finished with her studies until she was 34 years old – at the beginning of the end of most women’s reproductive years.She gave birth to her first child during her surgical training and her second at the start of...(Read More)

Insurance pays little for caregiving of elderly at end of life

Insurance pays little for caregiving of elderly at end of life
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-09


(Reuters Health) - Unpaid family and friends provide the overwhelming majority of care to the elderly in their last year of life, according to a new study highlighting the need to expand supportive services to caregivers.In 2011, 2.3 million caregivers tended to the needs of an estimated 905,000 older Americans in their final year of life, the report in Health Affairs found. Nearly 9 in 10 of the...(Read More)





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