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UK Government running out of excuses for not acting to implement a ban on smoking in public places

UK Government running out of excuses for not acting to implement a ban on smoking in public places

Canada updates Quarantine Act

Canada updates Quarantine Act

100,000 fewer New Yorkers smoking

100,000 fewer New Yorkers smoking

Baby food companies to be exposed as international monitors present evidence at UK Parliament

Baby food companies to be exposed as international monitors present evidence at UK Parliament

CMS proposed rule that would increase payments to acute care hospitals

CMS proposed rule that would increase payments to acute care hospitals

United States signs Tobacco Control Treaty

United States signs Tobacco Control Treaty

CMS announces 2005 Medicare Advantage payment rates

CMS announces 2005 Medicare Advantage payment rates

The British Home Secretary has called on police to renew efforts to tackle drug abuse

The British Home Secretary has called on police to renew efforts to tackle drug abuse

Young entrepreneur will import low cost, high quality cosmetic surgical products from China

Young entrepreneur will import low cost, high quality cosmetic surgical products from China

Low-level personnel un-trained in decision-making end up making discretionary medical choices

Low-level personnel un-trained in decision-making end up making discretionary medical choices

Three people arrested for health insurance fraud

Three people arrested for health insurance fraud

The outbreak of SARS is under control in China's eastern province of Anhui

The outbreak of SARS is under control in China's eastern province of Anhui

China recognizes 10 million Chinese may be HIV-positive by 2010

China recognizes 10 million Chinese may be HIV-positive by 2010

Health Canada is reminding Canadians about the potential hazards of items sold at garage sales

Health Canada is reminding Canadians about the potential hazards of items sold at garage sales

British man charged for contaminating baby formula with boric acid

British man charged for contaminating baby formula with boric acid

Crime & prescription drug use in Australia

Crime & prescription drug use in Australia

The world generic drug market is expected to grow 10-15% annually

The world generic drug market is expected to grow 10-15% annually

Study finds malaria drug does not affect the ability of airline crew to perform their duties

Study finds malaria drug does not affect the ability of airline crew to perform their duties

New Yorkers less likely to fall from buildings

New Yorkers less likely to fall from buildings

AIDS nursing homes to get better Medicare deal

AIDS nursing homes to get better Medicare deal