Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Miscellaneous News Stories - November 2004

Date Title Comments Rating
2004-11-29 Tobacco companies target U.S. immigrants 0 None
2004-11-29 Tobacco giant penetrated Asian markets via smuggling and political influence 0 None
2004-11-29 Guatemalan Congress repeals law that restricted access to medicines 0 None
2004-11-24 Cord blood registry sees FDA regulation as good for consumers and industry 0 None
2004-11-24 New allergen working group in New Zealand 0 None
2004-11-24 CDC admits obesity stats flawed - pharmaceutical and weight loss industry at fault 0 None
2004-11-24 BMA calls for safeguards on ID cards 0 None
2004-11-23 PAHO book receives British Medical Association award 0 None
2004-11-20 Survey shows need for conservative, drug-free options 0 None
2004-11-19 Call for elimination of processed trans fats in the Canadian food supply 0 None
2004-11-18 Noted surgeon Frank J. Veith named first Jacobson Awardee for physician excellence by Vascular Disease Foundation 0 None
2004-11-14 Launch of Australian Country Gateway provides development expertise in the Asia-Pacific region 0 None
2004-11-14 BMA Cymru Wales to petition parliament to ban smoking in public places unless Wales goes smoke free within 10 months 0 None
2004-11-10 Obesity statistics are as bogus as weight-loss scams 0 None
2004-11-09 State Health Rankings show 17.5 percent improvement in America’s overall health during the past 15 years 0 None
2004-11-09 The human cost of passive smoking 0 None
2004-11-08 Stone tools of Indonesian "hobbit" studied 0 None
2004-11-08 Scientists enticed back to Australia to tackle major health challenges 0 None
2004-11-04 Older people are healthier and are living longer 0 None
2004-11-04 Ecstasy use down among America's youth 0 None
2004-11-03 Landmark case challenges safety of Atkins diet 0 None
2004-11-02 The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority has issued a preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) licence for inherited colon cancer 0 None
2004-11-02 Australia ratifies Tobacco Control Treaty 0 None
2004-11-01 South Australia imposes smoking restrictions on high-rollers 0 None


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