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Green tea helps kill cells of the most common leukemia

Green tea helps kill cells of the most common leukemia

Birth of First Deadly Jellyfish In Captivity Could Lead To Anti-Venom

Birth of First Deadly Jellyfish In Captivity Could Lead To Anti-Venom

Why business is bad for your health

Why business is bad for your health

Sponsors of Medicare-approved discount cards will begin marketing their cards

Sponsors of Medicare-approved discount cards will begin marketing their cards

FDA claims high levels of lead in Mexican candy

FDA claims high levels of lead in Mexican candy

Government warns medicare drug card sponsors

Government warns medicare drug card sponsors

Texan health care deficit of $582 million

Texan health care deficit of $582 million

Australian symposium on stroke and head injury

Australian symposium on stroke and head injury

New database for U.S. makers of in vitro diagnostic (IVD) medical devices

New database for U.S. makers of in vitro diagnostic (IVD) medical devices

New AMA guide on treating foodborne illness

New AMA guide on treating foodborne illness

Shunning shoulder pain can cause more damage in the long run

Shunning shoulder pain can cause more damage in the long run

Pharmacopeia announces that proposed spin-off of Pharmacopeia Drug Discovery, Inc. unit is expected to occur by the end of April 2004

Pharmacopeia announces that proposed spin-off of Pharmacopeia Drug Discovery, Inc. unit is expected to occur by the end of April 2004

Boston University Professor Offers Tips for Healthy Gardening and Other Activities

Boston University Professor Offers Tips for Healthy Gardening and Other Activities

Celadrin arthritis topical cream significantly reduces pain

Celadrin arthritis topical cream significantly reduces pain

Effects of lead in petrol are well-known however a recent additive to petrol manganese may be just as toxic

Effects of lead in petrol are well-known however a recent additive to petrol manganese may be just as toxic

University of Kansas officials have reported to the FBI a computer hack into electronic pharmacy records

University of Kansas officials have reported to the FBI a computer hack into electronic pharmacy records

FDA accepts REMICADE® (infliximab) for the treatment of early rheumatoid arthritis

FDA accepts REMICADE® (infliximab) for the treatment of early rheumatoid arthritis

The Food and Drug Administration issues warning on antidepressants

The Food and Drug Administration issues warning on antidepressants

New York - Due to changing blood donor criteria, donor deferral rates have been increasing since 1999

New York - Due to changing blood donor criteria, donor deferral rates have been increasing since 1999

British Asian cancer patients are not being met because of a lack of consideration for cultural differences

British Asian cancer patients are not being met because of a lack of consideration for cultural differences