Thursday, April 13, 2006

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Tas University's pharmacy software set for world distribution
The University of Tasmania hopes a piece of software developed at its School of Pharmacy will help to reduce the incorrect prescription and use of drugs around the world.

Market Place: Robust Health Insurers Suffer Infirmities in 2006
After five years of stock market gains, shares of health insurance companies have been on a slide so far this year, down 8.6 percent since the start of the year.

Massachusetts Legislation on Insurance Becomes Law
Gov. Mitt Romney signed a bill to provide nearly universal health insurance, but vetoed a provision penalizing employers who do not provide coverage.

Procedure Helps Restore Urinary Continence in Women
A bladder-supporting technique proves effective in major trial

Abnormal Pap test in teens needs cautious approach
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Adolescents girls with abnormal screening Pap test results should be treated less aggressively than adult women, a committee of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends in a report published this month in the college's journal, Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Colonoscopy Still Best Defense Against Colorectal Cancer
A healthy lifestyle helps, but regular screens are 'gold standard,' experts say.

Emotions Plus Brain Hormone May Strengthen Memory
Rat study might point to human memory-enhancers.

Health Tip: Prevent Food-Borne Illnesses
Store and prepare food properly

Tests Predict Long-Term Kidney Risk
Blood, urine screens can spot the dangers decades early

Epstein-Barr Virus May Be Associated With Multiple Sclerosis

Trust Between Patients And Doctors After Shipman

Environmental Toxins Disruptive To Hearing In Mammals, Yale Researchers Find

Postmenopausal Hormone Therapy Appears To Increase Risk Of Blood Clots In Veins

CQ's Carey Talks About Medical Malpractice, HSAs, FY 2007 Budget, Biodefense Spending

Boston Medical Center To Expand Healthy Residential Environment Program For Low-Income Children Nationwide

Editorials, Opinion Pieces Address Massachusetts Health Care Bill

American Indians File Lawsuit Against HHS Alleging Inadequate Care

Health Authorities, Women Need To Examine Data, Consider Risks Of Mifeprex, Editorial Says

Chronic Pain Hurts Both Workers And Employers

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