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FDA changes rules on testing drugs for children

...monly given to children, a move that has drawn the ire of some Democratic lawmakers. FDA says Congress recently reauthorized financial incentives for manufacturers to do those studies. The FDA said it wants to see if the new law makes the old mandate, which drug makers hated, unnecessary.// But three D...

Tuberculosis Outbreak In Manitoba Reserve

Health officials in Manitoba are facing public ire for not acting quickly to curb the tuberculosis outbreak that has occurred in northern Manitoba First Nations communities.// It is reported that at least 19 people have been diagnosed with the condition in and around the Garden Hill reserve. Jack ...

Administering Polio No Mean Task In U P

...radesh health department staff who had to face the ire of ignorant villagers. // The health department staff who went door-to-door to administer polio on May 21 were either thrown out or had cow dung applied on their faces. Chief Medical Officer Vijay Shanker Singh said a woman employee of health depa...

No Smoke Without Fire – Is Benson and Hedges Making Light of Health Regulations

...enson and Hedges, a tobacco company has raised the ire of anti-smoking// groups, by reinventing the packaging of cigarettes in tins which carry health warnings in the form of stickers that can be easily removed. Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) director, Becky Freeman, is mighty peeved with the Toba...

Indo-American Doctor Fired By Cleveland Clinic

...e AngioGuard trials, some of which have raised the ire of FDA officials who have requested further study of the device after a panel was split six to five on its approval. Aspects of the trials faulted include inadequate enrolment, patient inclusion/exclusion criteria, appropriate patient follow-up, an...

Traditional Chinese Medicine Has Few Takers in China

...nese healthcare system. But this has raised public ire to a certain extent and has also piqued the government. TCM departments in Chinese hospitals cater to nearly 300 million visits a year. Further traditional treatments are far cheaper than Western drugs; the government is highly supportive of its ben...

Pediatricians Stress the Importance of the National Children's Study

...ost of the study project. This move had raised the ire of both the House and Senate Appropriations committee, but apart from voicing their disapproval, fresh plans for allocation of funds for the study has not been done. "We're preparing to respond to both directives--to shut down the study if Congre...

Dr. ‘NO’ Admitted for Lung Conditin

...a lung condition. The minister had earned the ire of AIDS activists round the world for reacting sluggishly to South Africa’s escalating AIDS problems. She has favored natural therapies such as beetroot and garlic in combating AIDS, over antiretroviral drugs used all over the world. South Afri...

Muslim Organization Protest Against Sex Education in Schools

...n for Class 6-12 students from June has evoked the ire of the Islamic Students Organization of India (ISOI). The ISOI, which organized a rally here Tuesday, has also started a signature campaign against the government plan. "We are shocked and surprised by the ministry's move to introduce sex educat...

Botox at Your Own Risk?

...nouncement to the cosmetic industry has raised the ire of critics who have termed the government’s decision as “disappointing” and “irresponsible”. The government has been blamed for opting out and giving a free hand to the cosmetic industry to regulate itself in place of a statutory regulation. There ...

Brickbats And Bouquets For U.S Prison Healthcare In-Charge

...by the judge. Sillen also has taken his share of ire from the Legislature. Some lawmakers are chafing at his blunt style, while others are furious over the prospect of spending billions on inmate healthcare with no legislative control.In one episode, Sillen sparked substantial grumbling when he vowed t...

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