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  • Every year in the United States, influenza poses problems by causing approximately 226,000 hospitalizations. Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of the French Sanofi pharmaceutical company, has the broadest range of […]
    The H7N9 strain of the recent bird flu virus outbreak in China is an entirely new phenomenon. Just like other bird flu incidents in the past, it has appeared for […]
    Those that live in need Before and after the 2012 presidential elections there has inevitably been a lot of talk about the overall condition of the economy. Politicians are asked […]
    According to the 2010 U.S. census bureau, which released their most recent numbers in September of 2011, nearly 17% of Americans are living without health insurance. As employment statistics continue […]
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By Kevin Johnson on 17 Oct, 2012
Health care initiatives for those in need? While it may seem overly simplistic, one of the basic needs of every human being is the capacity to heal from sickness. So […]
By Kevin Johnson on 14 Oct, 2012
Where education meets hunger Feeding America, the United State’s largest hunger-relief charity, released findings indicating that approximately 28.8 million Americans lived in homes that were not sufficiently fed in 2010. […]
By Helen Anderson on 13 Oct, 2012
As of Oct. 11, the death count from the recent fungal meningitis outbreak totals 14, with 169 infected across 11 states, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. The […]
By Helen Anderson on 6 Oct, 2012
A Washington University study recently concluded when women gained free access to a wide array of birth control options, they sought dramatically fewer abortions, and far fewer teens became pregnant. […]
By Luis Fernandez on 4 Oct, 2012
Obama and Romney
Last year 47.9 million Americans lived without health insurance. A report released earlier this week by the Commonwealth Fund, a private New York health care research foundation, indicates under President […]
By Helen Anderson on 2 Oct, 2012
An interim sigh of relief was felt around the world Sept. 28 when the World Health Organization announced its belief the newly discovered coronavirus—similar to SARS—is not easily transmitted among […]
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