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Latest Health_Medical_Pharma Items
While President Obama talked about many initiatives to help veterans during his State of the Union address Tuesday night, veterans' groups criticized him Wednesday for not demanding a full repeal of cuts to military retirement benefits.
Antioxidant vitamins are widely assumed to be cancer fighters even though research in smokers has found high doses may actually raise their risk of tumors. Now a new study may help explain the paradox.
The University of California, San Francisco says it is naming its future women's hospital after a health care philanthropist who is the wife of Intel Corp. co-founder Gordon Moore.
Taking aim at opponents of Arkansas' compromise Medicaid expansion, Gov. Mike Beebe on Wednesday compared ending the expanded coverage to the widespread reports of insurance policy cancellations that marked the rollout of the federal health care law.
A new bill to expand Medicaid drew support Wednesday from Nebraska health care providers and advocates for the poor but faced opposition from conservative taxpayer groups and Gov. Dave Heineman's administration.
Ohio officials say they've received more than 54,000 applications from people seeking Medicaid health coverage through a new state website.
Attorneys for a Virginia boy with cerebral palsy say his family and the Honolulu military hospital where he was born have reached a tentative $9 million settlement.
Maryland health officials say four more cold weather-related deaths have been reported.
The Rhode Island chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is opposing a proposed state health department regulation that would require annual flu immunizations for children up to age 5 and would keep those with medical exemptions out of school or day care during flu outbreaks.