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Most over-the-counter cough medications are no better than non-medicated syrup

Most over-the-counter cough medications are no better than non-medicated syrup

Cambodia has become the first country to protect three out of four school-aged children against intestinal parasites

Cambodia has become the first country to protect three out of four school-aged children against intestinal parasites

A new protocol for bone marrow transplants

A new protocol for bone marrow transplants

Report highlights progress on cancer drugs but more can be done

Report highlights progress on cancer drugs but more can be done

Inexpensive generic fixed-dose combined therapies appears the most suitable solution for treating AIDS in developing countries

Inexpensive generic fixed-dose combined therapies appears the most suitable solution for treating AIDS in developing countries

Medicine storage temperatures are too high

Medicine storage temperatures are too high

Americans give Russia $34.2 million to help treat and care for people living with HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis

Americans give Russia $34.2 million to help treat and care for people living with HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis

Possible interactions of St John's wort with conventional drugs

Possible interactions of St John's wort with conventional drugs

Adverse drug reactions cost the NHS £466m a year

Adverse drug reactions cost the NHS £466m a year

Health care spending per privately insured American increased 7.4 percent in 2003

Health care spending per privately insured American increased 7.4 percent in 2003

Of all families with medical bill problems, two-thirds have difficulty paying for basic necessities—rent, mortgage payments, transportation or food

Of all families with medical bill problems, two-thirds have difficulty paying for basic necessities—rent, mortgage payments, transportation or food

Generic fixed-dose combinations (FDCs) of antiretrovirals are a key factor in access to treatment of HIV/AIDS infection in the developing world

Generic fixed-dose combinations (FDCs) of antiretrovirals are a key factor in access to treatment of HIV/AIDS infection in the developing world

Access to HIV antiretroviral therapies in the developing world should be a major world health priority

Access to HIV antiretroviral therapies in the developing world should be a major world health priority

How DNA repair machinery detects and corrects errors in DNA replication

How DNA repair machinery detects and corrects errors in DNA replication

Emergency Nurses Association has initiated its annual drinking and driving awareness campaign

Emergency Nurses Association has initiated its annual drinking and driving awareness campaign

U.S. drug prices rise by 3.4 percent during the first quarter of 2004, elderly especially hard hit

U.S. drug prices rise by 3.4 percent during the first quarter of 2004, elderly especially hard hit

Computer learning better than traditional counseling when educating injection drug users about HIV/AIDS

Computer learning better than traditional counseling when educating injection drug users about HIV/AIDS

Physical activity cuts risk of depression in children

Physical activity cuts risk of depression in children

From potent painkillers to humble cough syrups, the same medicines that help patients misused by teens

From potent painkillers to humble cough syrups, the same medicines that help patients misused by teens

New web site dedicated to improving the accuracy of medical news stories

New web site dedicated to improving the accuracy of medical news stories