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FDA Asserts New Policy to Restrict Women's Access to Bioidentical Hormones

Agency Warns Pharmacies Not to Compound Commonly Prescribed Hormone Treatments, Use the Term "Bio-identical" MISSOURI CITY, Texas, Jan. 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In a series of warning letters to compounding pharmacies across the country, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has asser...

New transfusion rules restrict donations from previously pregnant women

East Hills, NY (Oct. 2, 2007) -- New recommendations that restrict women who have previously been pregnant from donating platelets and plasma will have a major impact on the blood supply. The reason is a potentially deadly protein associated with Transfusion Related Acute Lung Injury, or TRALI. Ac...

US Lawmakers Considering Legislation to Restrict Payments by Drug Companies to Doctors

Reports continue to pour in that US doctors tend to prescribe unwanted, even possibly harmful medicines in return for payments from drug makers in the name of lecture assignments. Lawmakers are stepping in to see whether they could require drug makers to disclose payments made to doctors and ...

A New Plan to Restrict Cardiovascular Diseases in Scotland

Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) has published a set of guidelines that are aimed at averting 7,200 deaths and 27,000 cardiovascular complaints// like heart attacks and strokes in the next five years. The plan aims to provide preventive treatment to about 500,000 people cons...

Russia Initiates Mass Vaccination Of Poultry To Restrict Bird Flu

Mass vaccination of poultry has been initiated in Russia to contain the spread of the much dreaded bird flu virus. Provinces in Southern Russia, believed to face an increased risk of bird flu // have already been provided with millions of bird flu vaccine. The initial focus of the vaccination...

Government Should Restrict Junk Food Marketing

Reports from the National Academy of Sciences had shown that the marketing of Junk food by the food industry is responsible for the increase in obesity of children’s. Various organizations// have urged the Congress to have a check on the advertisement food industry is also responsible for the incre...

Drug for cancer may help restrict premature labor

An anti cancer drug that is used to treat cancers of breast, bowel and lung can help women// in preventing premature labor. The drug acts on the function of a hormone receptor protein in the uterus that is associated with the process of delivery. Researchers from the University of Newcastle ha...

'Health Care Reform Must be Abortion-Free,' says Supreme Knight

... of a Knights of Columbus/Marist College Poll showing that "If people were allowed to choose; 86% of the American people would choose to significantly restrict abortion." Other recent polls, including the Gallup Poll, have confirmed a shift in public opinion. Gallup showed a majority of Americans describing t...

West Announces Second Quarter 2009 Results

...rsons employed under collective bargaining agreements; interruptions or weaknesses in our supply chain, which could cause delivery delays or restrict the availability of raw materials and key bought-in components and finished products; raw-material price escalation, particularly petroleum-b...

Plainview Milk Products Cooperative Implements New Employee Boot Policy

...the plant. The new system will track employee movement within the plant and restrict access to the dry ingredients portion of the facility, as well as restrict entry into the facility. Employee training continues as Plainview im...

House Tri-Committee Bill Would Hurt Patients and Kill Jobs

...services. The bill would effectively act as a tax increase by raising premiums for seniors in the popular Medicare prescription drug program, severely restrict patient access and choice and hurt an innovative sector that currently employs hundreds of thousands of workers. The result could mean significant jo...

Tanning Beds Get Highest Carcinogen Rating

...tion (WHO). The first priority of the WHO is to restrict the use of tanning beds by those under 18, Secreta...edicine, believes the time has come for the FDA to restrict the use of tanning beds and to issue stronger warn...ancer risk, carcinogenic to humans. Legislation to restrict tanning bed use by minors and a requirement for a ...

Air Quality Action Day Declared for Today, July 28, 2009

...www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090615/NE31871LOGO ) Recent studies have shown that poor air quality can cause respiratory and heart disease, restrict fetal growth and even cause premature death. Transportation -- primarily cars and trucks -- accounts for about 30 percent of greenhouse gas emissions ...

Air Quality Action Day Declared for Saturday, July 25, 2009

...w.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090624/NE37166LOGO ) Recent studies have shown that poor air quality can cause respiratory and heart disease, restrict fetal growth and even cause premature death. Transportation -- primarily cars and trucks -- accounts for about 30 percent of greenhouse gas emissions ...

Tenet Nurses, Healthcare Workers Take Action to Protest Sick Leave Cuts

...(SEIU) Healthcare leafleted at nine hospitals in Florida and California. The caregivers called on Tenet management to reverse its decision to restrict or eliminate access to employees' extended sick leave. "Every day, we are on the frontlines for responding to health threats like the H1N1 vi...

In New York City, Trans Fat Ban Is Working

...City Health Department mandated that city restaurants change their menus to restrict trans fats, known to be a health hazard, the action was greeted with resist...l, she said. Though some experts have called for federal intervention to restrict trans fats, Gerberding said that idea "seems premature," but she doesn't ru...

Intravenous Immune Biologics Will Suffer from the Pending Shift in Coverage from the Medical to the Pharmacy Benefit

...t of surveyed payers expect to newly implement this cost control measure over the next five years. "Managed care organizations are looking to restrict patient access to physician-administered biologics, because these agents are harder to control in terms of cost outlays--in part due to physicians pre...

Physician Hospitals (PHA) Responds to TIME Magazine Article: Filled With 'Incorrect Assumption and Innuendo'

... Further, the conflict of interest or "physician self-referral/over-utilization" issue is a thinly veiled tactic being used by the opposition to restrict competition and patient choice. "The ultimate conflict of interest is not physician ownership of hospitals, but hospital ownership of physic...

Regular moderate alcohol intake has cognitive benefits in older adults

...nd drink moderately do not need to change their drinking behavior," Sink said. "If you have mild cognitive impairment however, it might benefit you to restrict your drinking and certainly not exceed one drink a day for women and two drinks a day for men. "The participants in this study self-reported their ...

State privacy rules reduce electronic medical sharing by 24 percent, warns Management Insights

...makes it too costly or difficult for hospitals to exchange patient information with one another. Some states have enacted medical privacy laws that restrict the ability of hospitals to disclose patient information. The authors find that such statutes reduce EMR adoption by 11% per three-year period or 24% ...

New Poll Shows Americans Continuing to Move Toward Pro-Life Position on Abortion

... and that the vast majority of Americans favor restricting abortion. Among the key findings: 86% of Americans would significantly restrict abortion. 60% of Americans would limit abortion to cases of rape, incest or to save the life of a mother - or would not allow it at all. ...

Oral Piercings Pose Potential Health Care Risks

...welling of the tongue. According to the American Dental Association, in extreme cases, a severely swollen tongue can actually close off the airway and restrict breathing. Prolonged bleeding - A blood vessel punctured during piercing may cause severe bleeding. Damage to the sublingual saliva...

Ohio Supreme Court Supports Regulation of Dangerous Abortion Drug

...administering RU-486 comply with the FDA-approved treatment protocol for the "abortion pill" and, consistent with the drug's safety and efficacy data, restrict its use to pregnancies at or under 49 days gestation. In short, the law simply requires abortionists to abide by the rules approved by the FDA when it...

Ohio Supreme Court Strikes a Blow to Planned Parenthood in Upholding Regulation of 'Abortion Pill'

...administering RU-486 comply with the FDA-approved treatment protocol for the "abortion pill" and, consistent with the drug's safety and efficacy data, restrict its use to pregnancies at or under 49 days gestation. In short, the law simply requires abortionists to abide by the protocol approved by the FDA whe...

Both good/bad movie characters who smoke influence teens to do the same

...cularly given the popularity of movie channels and video rentals providing access to older films. "Parents should limit movie viewing and specifically restrict access to R-rated movies, which tend to contain more smoking," she said. "When teens do see movies or TV shows that contain smoking, parents should ta...

BariatrivTV.com Educates and Entertains Weight Loss Surgery Patients with Coverage of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Meeting

...rowing trend of insurance company denials for obesity treatment by stating, "The trend is for healthcare and insurance companies to tighten up or restrict access..." he went on to encourage patients to appeal denials by insurance companies or even seek legal council to assist them with access to tre...

Rotator cuff treatment provides immediate tendonitis relief

...s within the tendons of the rotator cuff in the shoulder. It is most common in adults in their 40s. In most cases, the deposits become painful and can restrict mobility of the shoulder. In minor cases, physical therapy or anti-inflammatory medications may be sufficient to address the problem until the calcifi...

President Obama Delivers Historic Victory for America's Kids and Health over Tobacco

...hority and resources necessary to regulate the manufacturing, marketing and sale of tobacco products. Among other things, it will: restrict tobacco advertising and promotions, especially to children. Stop illegal sales of tobacco products to children. Ban candy and fruit...

American Chemistry Council Responds to Health Canada's Proposed Phthalates Restrictions

...efully the real risks to children in addressing potential restrictions. "There is no scientific basis to believe that Health Canada's decision to restrict certain phthalates in children's products will improve public health or meet the stated objective of protecting the health and safety of Canadian chil...

New York State Department of Transportation and American Lung Association in New York Announce 'Commit to Cleaner Air' Week

...that greenhouse gas pollution poses a threat to human health. Recent studies have shown that poor air quality can cause respiratory and heart disease, restrict fetal growth and even cause premature death. "Commit to Cleaner Air" Week kicks off in conjunction with the start of the summer -- when the air qualit...

Senator Ben Nelson Votes to Protect America's Kids from Tobacco

...thority and resources necessary to regulate the manufacturing, marketing and sale of tobacco products. Among other things, it will: restrict tobacco advertising and promotions, especially to children. Stop illegal sales of tobacco products to children. Require large, graphi...

Senator Johnson Votes to Protect America's Kids from Tobacco

...thority and resources necessary to regulate the manufacturing, marketing and sale of tobacco products. Among other things, it will: restrict tobacco advertising and promotions, especially to children. Stop illegal sales of tobacco products to children. Require large, graphi...

Senate Passes Senator Kennedy's Historic Bill to Regulate Tobacco Products; Senator Kerry Votes to Protect America's Kids From Tobacco

...thority and resources necessary to regulate the manufacturing, marketing and sale of tobacco products. Among other things, it will: restrict tobacco advertising and promotions, especially to children. Stop illegal sales of tobacco products to children. Require large, graphi...

Senator Cornyn Leads Fight to Protect America's Kids from Tobacco

...thority and resources necessary to regulate the manufacturing, marketing and sale of tobacco products. Among other things, it will: restrict tobacco advertising and promotions, especially to children. Stop illegal sales of tobacco products to children. Require large, graphi...

Senator Rockefeller Votes to Protect America's Kids from Tobacco

...thority and resources necessary to regulate the manufacturing, marketing and sale of tobacco products. Among other things, it will: restrict tobacco advertising and promotions, especially to children. Stop illegal sales of tobacco products to children. Require large, graphi...

Senators Harkin and Grassley Vote to Protect America's Kids from Tobacco

...thority and resources necessary to regulate the manufacturing, marketing and sale of tobacco products. Among other things, it will: restrict tobacco advertising and promotions, especially to children. Stop illegal sales of tobacco products to children. Require large, graphi...

Senator Landrieu Votes to Protect America's Kids from Tobacco

...thority and resources necessary to regulate the manufacturing, marketing and sale of tobacco products. Among other things, it will: restrict tobacco advertising and promotions, especially to children. Stop illegal sales of tobacco products to children. Require large, graphi...

Senators Webb and Warner Vote to Protect America's Kids From Tobacco

...obacco products and makes clear that the FDA does not have the authority to regulate tobacco growers. Among other things, it will: restrict tobacco advertising and promotions, especially to children. Stop illegal sales of tobacco products to children. Require large, graphi...

Senator McCaskill Votes to Protect America's Kids From Tobacco

...thority and resources necessary to regulate the manufacturing, marketing and sale of tobacco products. Among other things, it will: restrict tobacco advertising and promotions, especially to children. Stop illegal sales of tobacco products to children. Require large, graphi...

Senators Gregg and Shaheen Vote to Protect America's Kids From Tobacco

...thority and resources necessary to regulate the manufacturing, marketing and sale of tobacco products. Among other things, it will: restrict tobacco advertising and promotions, especially to children. Stop illegal sales of tobacco products to children. Require large, graphi...
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