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Latest Health_Medical_Pharma Items
Republican Tim Pawlenty - "T-Paw" to his supporters - has increasingly tied himself to the new crop of grass-roots activists in the 2012 presidential campaign.
The World Health Organization says countries have agreed on a deal to share flu virus samples after almost four years of fractious talks on the issue.
Half the meat and poultry sold in the supermarket may be tainted with the staph germ, a new report suggests.
A Massachusetts woman convicted of attempted murder for withholding cancer medications from her autistic son is scheduled to be sentenced.
Workers at Japan's troubled nuclear plant should store blood cells now in case they need them later as treatment for radiation overdose, some Japanese experts suggest.
More than 2 million babies are stillborn every year worldwide and about half could be saved if their mothers had better medical care, according to research estimates published Thursday in the medical journal Lancet.
More than 2 million babies are stillborn every year worldwide and about half could be saved if their mothers had better medical care, according to researchers' estimates.
An administration is defined by what it treats as non-negotiable. With a government shutdown avoided and the federal budget set for the next six months, we now know what defines the Obama administration: delivering tax dollars to Planned Parenthood, the nation's busiest abortion provider.
Government investigators say the Food and Drug Administration is putting patients at risk by approving sensitive medical devices such as hip joints and heart defibrillators under the same streamlined system intended for power wheelchairs, stitches and catheters.