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Topic - Astrazeneca
Health officials are warning of the rise of the "superbugs" — bacteria and other pathogens that cannot be killed by modern medicine.
The same anesthetic that caused the overdose death of pop star Michael Jackson is now the drug of choice for executions in Missouri, causing a stir among critics who question how the state can guarantee a drug untested for lethal injection won't cause pain and suffering for the condemned.
Three pharmaceutical giants are unlocking their freezers to see if government-funded scientists can reinvent some of their old drugs.
Britain's Border Force said Thursday that it was bringing in an extra 480 people at London's Heathrow Airport to help cope with the Olympics, following a row about lengthy immigration lines.
Federal health officials are adding new safety warnings about risks of memory loss and elevated blood sugar to statins, the most widely prescribed group of cholesterol-lowering medications.
Walk more, and not only burn off calories, but also lessen the chance of becoming diabetic, a new study says.
In the 1990s, the pharmaceutical industry repeatedly was named the most profitable industry in the world. More than a decade later, the industry tops a more dubious list: the No. 1 source of fraud-related settlements with the Department of Justice, an advocacy group says.