Health News

Topics also related to Health:

China aims to double doctor numbers as cure for healthcare woes

Photo

SHANGHAI - China will almost double the number of its general doctors by 2020, trim its public sector and improve technology as it seeks to fix a healthcare system plagued by snarling queues and poor rural services, its main administrative authority has said.

Arizona governor signs bill blocking abortion coverage through Obamacare

PHOENIX - Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey signed a law on Monday that requires doctors to tell women that drug-induced abortions can be reversed and that blocks the purchase of insurance on the Obamacare health exchange that includes abortion coverage.

7:26am IST

Ali Health pens tie-up for online health testing platform

SHANGHAI - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's healthcare subsidiary will tie-up with Zhejiang DiAn Diagnostics Co Ltd to help develop an online hospital platform, the diagnostics firm said in a filing late on Monday.

6:55am IST

Quintiles, Quest to combine clinical trial lab operations

- Medical tests maker Quest Diagnostics Inc and contract research company Quintiles Transnational Holdings Inc said they were combining their clinical trial laboratory operations in a joint venture.

4:34pm IST

One in five teens have tried e-cigarettes, a British study finds

LONDON - One in five teenagers have experimented with e-cigarettes, a large study of British school students showed on Tuesday, fuelling debate about the widespread availability of the electronic devices.

5:34am IST

Pesticides on fruits, veggies linked with poorer semen quality

- Men who eat more fruits and vegetables with pesticide residue have lower sperm counts and a lower percentage of normal sperm, according to a new study.

4:46am IST

J&J, Glaxo settle U.S. lawsuit over allergy ads

NEW YORK - GlaxoSmithKline Plc has agreed to settle a lawsuit by Johnson & Johnson accusing it of using false advertising at the start of the U.S. allergy season to grab market share.

3:57am IST

U.S. cancer incidence, mortality largely stable or decreasing

(Reuters Health) – - The rate of people being diagnosed or killed by cancer in the U.S. is stable or decreasing for men and women, according to a new report.

1:46am IST

Sierra Leone Ebola lockdown exposes hundreds of suspected cases

FREETOWN - A three-day lockdown in Sierra Leone has exposed hundreds of potential new cases of Ebola, aiding efforts to bring to an end an epidemic that has already killed 3,000 people in the country.

30 Mar 2015

Measure kids’ medicines in metric units, not spoonfuls, doctors say

(Reuters Health) - Children’s liquid medicines should only be measured in metric units to avoid overdoses common with teaspoons and tablespoons, U.S. pediatricians say.

30 Mar 2015
Photo

It was me, says Salman Khan’s driver in hit-and-run

Actor Salman Khan’s defence in a decade-old hit-and-run case got a significant boost on Monday after his driver testified in court that it was he, and not the Bollywood star, who was behind the wheel of an SUV that ran over people in 2002.

Topics also related to Health: