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HCN to acquire HealthLease REIT and 17 of Mainstreet's Next Generation properties

HCN to acquire HealthLease REIT and 17 of Mainstreet's Next Generation properties

The nation's largest post-acute health care developer and one of the world's largest health care real estate companies have agreed to join forces to lead the evolution of post-acute care, an emerging solution in the changing health care landscape. [More]
Complete analysis of the growing manufacturing market of HPAPIs and cytotoxic drugs

Complete analysis of the growing manufacturing market of HPAPIs and cytotoxic drugs

Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report: HPAPIs and Cytotoxic Drugs Manufacturing Market, 2014 - 2024 [More]

New report provides in-depth analysis of non-life insurance segment in Brazil

Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report: Non-Life Insurance in Brazil, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2018. [More]
Chiltern earns Gold Membership in CDISC

Chiltern earns Gold Membership in CDISC

Chiltern International Limited (Chiltern), a global contract research organization (CRO) has earned a Gold Membership in CDISC, the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium. [More]
Isoform: New protein offers novel therapeutic approach for patients with DMD

Isoform: New protein offers novel therapeutic approach for patients with DMD

Scientists have discovered a new form of dystrophin, a protein critical to normal muscle function, and identified the genetic mechanism responsible for its production. [More]

Z Trim launches soluble dietary fiber ingredient, Biofiber Gum

Z Trim Holdings, Inc., an AgriTech company providing value-added, highly functional ingredients to a variety of industries, announced today the commercial launch of a food-grade, soluble dietary fiber ingredient called Biofiber Gum ("BFG"). [More]
UCSF study: Acute psychological stress promotes healing in mouse models of different skin irritations

UCSF study: Acute psychological stress promotes healing in mouse models of different skin irritations

Brief, acute psychological stress promoted healing in mouse models of three different types of skin irritations, in a study led by UC San Francisco researchers. [More]
Shimadzu Medical Systems wins 2014 Best in KLAS award for Digital X-Ray

Shimadzu Medical Systems wins 2014 Best in KLAS award for Digital X-Ray

Shimadzu Medical Systems USA, a subsidiary of Shimadzu Corporation, receives a 2014 Best in KLAS award for Digital X-Ray. [More]
Drug, alcohol addiction rehab in the US is big business

Drug, alcohol addiction rehab in the US is big business

Drug, alcohol and other addiction rehab in the United States is big business - $35 billion this year. There are now 14,000+ treatment facilities and growing. [More]
Findings advance fundamental understanding of DNA damage by UV rays

Findings advance fundamental understanding of DNA damage by UV rays

In the same week that the U.S. surgeon general issued a 101-page report about the dangers of skin cancer, researchers at Montana State University published a paper breaking new ground on how DNA - the genetic code in every cell - responds when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. [More]
Researchers to develop global database on situation and evolution of Chagas disease

Researchers to develop global database on situation and evolution of Chagas disease

The Centre for Development Cooperation (CCD) and several research groups of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) are working together with the World Health Organization (WHO) to develop a global database on the situation and evolution of Chagas disease. [More]
Catheter ablation improves quality of life for adults with atrial fibrillation

Catheter ablation improves quality of life for adults with atrial fibrillation

Adults who undergo a minimally invasive technique to treat atrial fibrillation are significantly less likely to die from a heart attack or heart failure, according to a long-term study by the University of Michigan Frankel Cardiovascular Center. [More]
Viewpoints: Medicare's future finances; 'promising deal' on VA; Texas 'war on abortion'

Viewpoints: Medicare's future finances; 'promising deal' on VA; Texas 'war on abortion'

Medicare got some good news Monday, when the trustees who oversee its finances announced that the fund that pays for hospital care will remain solvent until 2030, four years longer than its forecast from last year. [More]
Norovirus vaccines: an interview with Dr Benjamin Lopman, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA

Norovirus vaccines: an interview with Dr Benjamin Lopman, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA

Noroviruses are a group of viruses. They're the leading cause of gastroenteritis, which causes diarrhea and vomiting. They affect the whole age range from young children to the elderly, and, in the US, they cause about 20 million cases annually. [More]
Childhood obesity linked to early puberty

Childhood obesity linked to early puberty

A new link has been identified between obesity in childhood and the lowering of the age of puberty. [More]
Research report on global insulin market

Research report on global insulin market

According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research "Global and China Insulin Market (Rapid-Acting, Short-Acting, Intermediate-Acting, Long-Acting, Premixed, Modern and Human Insulin) - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast (Value and Volume), 2013 - 2019", the global insulin market was valued at USD 19.99 billion in 2012 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.1% from 2013 to 2019 to reach USD 32.24 billion in 2019. [More]
IDEXX revenues increase 11% to $390M in second quarter 2014

IDEXX revenues increase 11% to $390M in second quarter 2014

IDEXX Laboratories, Inc. today reported that revenues for the second quarter of 2014 increased 11% versus the prior year period to $390 million. [More]
Immunologic mechanism makes broadly neutralizing antibodies in people infected with HIV

Immunologic mechanism makes broadly neutralizing antibodies in people infected with HIV

Scientists at Duke Medicine have found an immunologic mechanism that makes broadly neutralizing antibodies in people who are HIV-1 infected. [More]
Researchers sequence genetic material from caries bacterium for the first time

Researchers sequence genetic material from caries bacterium for the first time

Streptococcus mutans, one of the principal bacteria that cause dental caries, has increased the change in its genetic material over time, possibly coinciding with dietary change linked to the expansion of humanity. [More]
New insights into biology of bread wheat genome

New insights into biology of bread wheat genome

Bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is the most widely cultivated cereal crop in the world and provides 20 percent of the food calories consumed by humans. [More]