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Preventable hospital deaths after urological surgery rising: study

As more urological surgeries areperformed outside hospitals, deaths from preventablecomplications among men and women getting...

Many meds taken by seniors can raise risk of falls

Half of the 20 most commonlyprescribed medications taken by older adults may raise the riskof falls, according to new research....

Pfizer to help 23andMe unravel genetic ties to bowel disease

Home genetics company 23andMe on Tuesday said ithopes to uncover gene mutations linked to inflammatory boweldisease (IBD)...

For older colon cancer survivors, colonoscopies carry risks: study

After age 75, recurrences ofcolon cancer are rare and the risks of repeated colonoscopiesmay outweigh the benefits, according...

Scientific review finds aspirin significantly cuts cancer rates

Taking a small daily dose of aspirin cansignificantly reduce the risk of developing - or dying from -bowel, stomach and esophageal...

Express Scripts plans to narrow specialty drugs list further

Express Scripts Holding, the largest U.S.pharmacy benefit manager, expects to exclude more expensivespecialty drugs from...

Too few U.S. youth getting vaccine for sexually transmitted virus -CDC

More U.S. adolescents are receivingvaccines against the sexually transmitted virus that causescervical and other types of...

Gilead hepatitis C drug Sovaldi racks up $3.5 bln in quarter

Gilead Sciences Inc said on Wednesday that itsnew hepatitis C drug Sovaldi had sales of $3.5 billion in thesecond quarter,...

U.N. chief flies to Haiti to address cholera crisis

United Nations Secretary-General BanKi-moon flew to Haiti on Monday to discuss efforts to alleviatea cholera epidemic that...

Combining vaccines may help eradicate polio

Combining two types of polio vaccine,including one that is injected rather than given orally, appearsto give better immunity...

Vitamin D linked to improved survival chances in bowel cancer: study

Bowel cancer patients with high levels ofvitamin D in their blood are more likely to survive the disease,according to new...

New York governor signs medical marijuana bill into law

Governor Andrew Cuomo said onMonday he had signed legislation making New York the 23rd stateto allow medical marijuana, calling...

Scatological science: oldest human poop fossils no laughing matter

Don't laugh, but the discovery of theoldest known human poop is offering valuable scientific insightinto the life of Neanderthals...

Link seen between sitting and certain cancers

In a new review of pastresearch, people who spent lots of time watching TV or otherwisesitting were more likely to be diagnosed...

Arizona woman has nearly 50-pound tumor removed from abdomen

An Arizona woman was recovering athome on Wednesday after having a 47.5-pound (21.5 kg) tumorremoved from her abdomen during...

Rate of smokeless tobacco use in U.S. unchanged: CDC

While the portion of U.S.working adults smoking tobacco shrank appreciably between 2005and 2010, the use of smokeless tobacco...

After major surgery, simple ice packs may help reduce pain

Patients given ice packs for thefirst 24 hours after major abdominal surgeries reported lesspain and needed fewer narcotic...

U.S. FDA advisors set to review opioid constipation drugs

U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisers areset to vote this week on whether more clinical trials are neededto assess cardiovascular...

Israeli law to force-feed Palestinian hunger-strikers gets initial nod

Israel's parliament has given initialapproval to a law to enable the force-feeding of Palestinianprisoners on a hunger strike,...

U.S. says infant formula makers must test for germs, nutrients

U.S. health officials on Mondayfinalized manufacturing guidelines for infant formula makersthat aim to ensure products sold...

Rotavirus vaccine keeping more kids out of the hospital

As the rotavirus vaccine hasbecome more common, the number of children hospitalized forrotavirus-related diarrhea has dramatically...

U.S. backs new genetic research on infectious diseases

The U.S. National Institutes ofHealth has awarded $25 million to the J. Craig Venter Instituteto back an initiative to study...

Quality Egg admits to selling tainted eggs, bribing official

Quality Egg LLC and two top executiveson Tuesday admitted to selling substandard eggs containing a"poisonous" substance and...

See doctor before heading to the World Cup: health officials

Before heading to Brazil forthis month's World Cup or the 2016 Olympic Games, people shouldvisit their doctors for appropriate...

Minnesota governor signs medical marijuana bill into law

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton onThursday signed into law a bill legalizing medical marijuana inliquid or pill form for a...

U.S. Salmonella Outbreak Widens, 574 Sick: Health Agency

Another 50 people have sufferedsalmonella poisoning linked to Foster Farms chicken, bringingthe total to 574 cases in the...

U.S. investigates multi-state E.coli outbreak; no deaths reported

U.S. health officials are investigating amulti-state E.coli outbreak linked to raw clover sprouts thathave sickened as many...

Yelp helped NYC find unreported food borne illness -report

Reviewers on the online restaurant andbusiness rating site, Yelp, helped New York City healthofficials find hundreds of unreported...

Texting improves link between sick teens and doctors

Adolescents with chronicdiseases who were allowed to text their doctors were betterequipped to manage their own healthcare...

Vaccines group seeks $7.5 bln to protect 300 million children

The GAVI global vaccines alliance issueda plea on Tuesday for $7.5 billion to help immunize another 300million children against...

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