Surgeons remove pencil from boy's chest after freak accident nearly kills himPosted on Monday April 24, 2017
A five-year-old boy was reportedly less than an inch away from death after a pencil impaled his chest and narrowly missed puncturing a major artery in his heart.
Fred's Expands Board As FTC Decision Nears On Rite AidPosted on Monday April 24, 2017
Fred's Inc. added two more board directors as the company awaits word from the Federal Trade Commission on the fate of Rite Aid's sale to Walgreens Boots Alliance.
Some kind of depression Indian women facePosted on Monday April 24, 2017
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Blood pressure drug may help treat skin cancer: StudyPosted on Monday April 24, 2017
Los Angeles: A drug commonly used to treat high blood pressure may protect against the sun-induced cell damage that leads to skin cancer, a new study claims. Researchers
Alcohol: the modern age liver killerPosted on Monday April 24, 2017
Gene reveals cause of fatal childhood disorder: StudyPosted on Monday April 24, 2017
Why The Movie About Henrietta Lacks Matters TodayPosted on Monday April 24, 2017
What's most compelling about the new movie is that it illuminates the patient, Henrietta Lacks, and renders her unforgettable.
China to ramp up crack-down on 'gutter oil'Posted on Monday April 24, 2017
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will intensify a crack down on the use of recycled "gutter oil", strengthening controls on oil origins and monitoring processing, according to
NASH: The next untapped pharma market gives investors many optionsPosted on Monday April 24, 2017
(Reuters) - Large drugmakers with piles of cash are on the hunt for promising medicines being developed by small companies to treat NASH, a progressive fatty liver
Iran reports H5N1 bird flu outbreak in northern part of country: OIEPosted on Monday April 24, 2017
PARIS (Reuters) - Iran has reported an outbreak of the highly contagious H5N1 bird flu virus in backyard ducks in the northern part of the country, the World