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U.K. Pushback on Glaxo Drug Price

A U.K. regulator recommended that the country’s health-care system not pay for Glaxo’s lupus treatment, saying it isn’t worth the price.  Read more…

September 30th, 2011

Tevatron Machine Will Smash Particles No More

On Friday, officials shut down the giant machine designed to smash tiny bits of atoms together to reveal fundamentals of the universe. For a quarter century, the Tevatron, located in a lab near Chicago, was the most powerful and productive machine of its kind in the world, but a new machine in Europe has made it obsolete. Read more…

September 30th, 2011

Drug Shortages Continue to Rise

The year isn’t over, and the FDA has already seen a record number of drug shortages, an agency official said. Read more…

September 30th, 2011

Delaware bans drugs known as “bath salts”

(Reuters) – Delaware issued an emergency order on Friday banning drugs known as bath salts, powerful stimulants that can mimic the effects of cocaine, LSD or methamphetamine, Governor Jack Markell said.

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September 30th, 2011

Laughter Might Be Good Medicine for Alzheimer’s Patients

FRIDAY, Sept. 30 — Exposing Alzheimer’s patients to “humor therapy” appears as effective as psychiatric drugs in reducing the agitation that often plagues those struggling with dementia, new Australian research suggests.In a three-month period,…


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September 30th, 2011
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