Health

  • Ireland Baldwin Leaves Rehab -- Check Out Her New Look

    Ireland Baldwin appears ready for a new start. The 19-year-old model was spotted in Malibu, Calif. last Friday going for a coffee run at Starbucks, one of the first times since she checked herself into rehab for "emotional trauma" last month. Looking fresh-faced and casual in a striped t-shirt,…

    ETonline
  • 49ers waive Chase Thomas after knee injury

    The 49ers on Monday waived outside linebacker Chase Thomas, who sustained a torn ACL during a workout before the start of the teams official offseason program. He was waived with the designation non-football injury" to his right knee during a workout at Stanford. Thomas, the former Stanford star,…

    Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
  • A Handy Guide to Rate Your Doctor's Bedside Manner

    The older we get, the more likely it is we need doctors. Finding the best physician, or other healthcare provider, can become a challenge no matter what your age. It's particularly challenging for midlifers and beyond, however. You may be older than your healthcare provider, have more complex…

    Huffington Post
  • Global cancer drug spending hits $100 billion in 2014 - IMS Health

    Waves of similar drugs, such as those that spur the immune system to fight cancer being developed by Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY.N), Merck (MRK.N), Roche (ROG.VX), AstraZeneca (AZN.L) and others, will create competition that could help moderate costs. "We're in for a period of intense competition…

    Reuters
  • Kevin Love's In-Season Workout

    During the season, Love shifts his emphasis from “workouts to stay lean” to “workouts to stay healthy.” His training sessions are shorter, and he places a stronger emphasis on recovery.

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  • Be Active Holdings Announces Resignation of Sam Pugliese

    Vice President Joseph Rienzi Will Assume the Role of Interim President NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / May 4, 2015 / Be Active Holdings, Inc. (OTC: JALA), a manufacturer and marketer of Greek frozen yogurt ...

    Accesswire
  • Why Shares in Array BioPharma, Inc. Are Soaring Higher

    Array BioPharma shares took off after the company updated investors on its first quarter results.

    Motley Fool
  • What Is Really Driving Array Higher

    Array BioPharma released disappointing fiscal third-quarter earnings before the markets opened Monday morning.

    24/7 Wall St.
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    Your health info may be bought and sold online

    Of all the information available about you online, you'd probably think details about your health would be safe.

    WPVI – Philadelphia
  • Melissa Rivers Discusses Her Mother Joan’s Passing

    Melissa Rivers sat down with Matt Lauer on Today and discussed the circumstances surrounding her mother Joan’s death back in September. There have been allegations of malpractice against Yorkville Endoscopy, the New York medical clinic where Rivers had the procedure. Rivers answered, “There was a…

    Yahoo TV
  • Does Apple's Big Health App Infringe On This Company's Patents?

    Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) is facing its first lawsuit over its HealthKit and Health App from a company that developed a portable, secure device that carries a patient's medical history, according to Patently ...

    Benzinga
  • Uganda's capital blazes a trail in cutting child deaths, charity says

    By Katy Migiro KAMPALA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Inside the second busiest hospital in Uganda, a Somali refugee gingerly paces up and down the maternity ward to ease her labour pains, passing a Congolese woman resting in bed after a Caesarean section. They help everyone, even if you are a…

    Reuters
  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Bristol-Myers Squibb, Biogen, Actelion and Horizon Pharma - Press Releases

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Bristol-Myers Squibb, Biogen, Actelion and Horizon Pharma

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    Nebraska Baby Born After Mother`s Fatal Stroke

    Doctors in Nebraska delivered a baby boy via cesarean section after his mother suffered a fatal stroke. Nicole Goodrich reports on Saturday, May 2, 2015.

    KTLA - Los Angeles
  • No Maternal Health Without Clean Water

    What does the water in your glass have to do with the health of mothers and babies around the globe? Quite a lot actually. Without access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation -- like safe toilet facilities -- women face dangerous health risks in pregnancy, during childbirth and in the…

    Huffington Post
  • Landmark Formaldehyde Regulation Now Under Fire: But How Dangerous Is It?

    A decade ago, emergency trailers for victims of Hurricane Katrina caused burning eyes, sore throats, and other serious injuries due to formaldehyde fumes that were leaking into the air of the very structures meant to protect them.

    Yahoo Health
  • What newspapers got wrong on Obamacare increasing emergency visits

    Generally, I think the idea that Obamacare increases emergency room visits will turn out to be true. The best research we have shows that when people gain health insurance coverage, they use more medical care — emergency care included. ACEP asked their members whether since January 2014 they…

    Vox.com
  • Healthy Fast Food Breakfasts

    With many Americans eating breakfast on-the-go, fast food joints have been increasing their offerings, and you can now find healthful options on almost every menu. Here are five more healthful options!

    Yahoo Food
  • Here's why Momenta's generic MS drug may not bring down costs much

    You’d think patient advocates at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society would be cheering the U.S. approval of the first-ever generic drug for that disease, developed by Cambridge-based Momenta Pharmaceutcials. While there are still legal battles to be sorted out that could affect the launch of…

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