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The global genotyping market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 22.3% during the forecast period of 2015 to 2020 to reach $17.0 billion in 2020

 (, October 13, 2015 ) Portland, OR --Genotyping is used to study genetic variation in the genotypes of living organisms, including humans, animals, plants, and microorganisms. The genotyping market is mainly driven by technological advancements, increasing incidence of genetic...


Insight:World Occult Blood Testing Market is all set to grow exponentially

 (, October 13, 2015 ) The cancer diagnostics market is on the verge of explosion, as the researchers approach major technological breakthroughs in tumor diagnosis and therapy, discover new specific antigens, and unlock the mystery of the genetic basis of the disease. During the...


Global Hemostasis Diagnostics Market- Size, Share, Trends, Forecast

 (, October 13, 2015 ) This new 302-page report provides analysis of the global coagulation testing market, including emerging tests, technologies, instrumentation, sales forecasts by country, and strategic profiles of leading suppliers. The report presents:Estimated numbers of...


World Factor Assays Testing Market- Size, Share, Trends, Forecast, Outlook, Growth

 (, October 13, 2015 ) Portland, OR --The growing cost-containment pressures in major industrialized nations and continued technological advances will radically change coagulation testing practice during the next ten years. New specific and sensitive markers of hemostasis will...


Completeplan Nutraceuticals Sublingual Methyl B12 With Methyl Folate Is Now Available On Amazon

   (, October 13, 2015 ) Woodstock, Illinois -- Premium health supplement retailer Nutraceuticals has announced the vitamin b12 sublingual supplement with Methyl B12 and Methyl Folate (Folic Acid and Methylcobalamin), is now for sale and available on Amazon marketplace.Their...


Global Anti-aging Product market will grow at a CAGR of 6.77 percent over the period 2013-2018

 (, October 13, 2015 ) Portland, OR -- About Anti-aging Products Aging is associated with numerous common health problems. Anti-aging products help in fighting the various signs of aging or problems such as wrinkles, blemishes, dry lines, fine color, pores, graying, thinning,...


Endoscopy Devices Market Segmentation & Forecast 2015

 (, October 13, 2015 ) Research Beam added report on “Global Endoscopy Devices Market 2015 - 2022”. The Global Endoscopy Devices Market is estimated to be $30.1 billion in 2014 and is poised to reach $47.6 billion by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 5.90% from 2014 to 2022. Some of...


ShopwithmeMama Blog’s Hydrofeet® Review Gets Positive Reception From Readers

   Hydrofeet® thrills blog readers.(, October 13, 2015 ) Titusville, FL -- Recently, Kim of ShopwithmeMama blog published her review of Hydrofeet® massaging insoles. She relayed how helpful they are in relieving her sore, tired feet from a day's work as a stay-at-home mom. She...


Global Pharmacy Automation market to grow at a CAGR of 7.01 percent over the period 2014-2019

 (, October 13, 2015 ) Portland, OR -- About Global Pharmacy Automation Market Pharmacy automation system is an effective tool to minimize prescription errors and ensure patient safety. It is a system to automate workflow process and eliminate medication errors during packaging...


Global Genomics Industry Focus, Segmentation and Forecast 2015

(, October 13, 2015 ) The Global Genomics Industry 2015 Deep Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Genomics industry.The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and...


Hypnosis Believed To Be An Effective Pain Management Option For Arthritis

 (, October 13, 2015 ) Orlando, FL -- Pain is one of the most undesirable consequences of having arthritis. There are pain management pharmaceutical drugs used to temporarily achieve pain relief. In addition to medications, there are other options thought to be helpful for sufferers.Hypnosis...


Fish Oil Omega 3 Can Have Positive Benefits On Heart Health According To Nutriden Medical Research

   (, October 13, 2015 ) Calgary, AB -- Cholesterol a substance a person's body makes, has many different jobs. It is used within the body to make vitamin D, some hormones, bile acids and healthy cell membranes in the brain, nerves, muscles, skin, liver, intestines and heart....


Healiefs TM Extends Stay-Dry Warranty To Include Perfumes And Alcohol-Based Products

 Healiefs TM Roller Bottles(, October 13, 2015 ) Seattle, WA -- Healiefs TM, the maker of Healiefs Roller Bottles for essential oils exclusively sold on Amazon, recently extended its 5 year warranty. The 5-year, stay-dry warranty that assures customers its roller bottles will...


Turmeric Could Potentially Boost The BrainÂ’s Self-Healing Abilities

 (, October 13, 2015 ) Orlando, FL -- Brain health is believed to be as important as heart health. While its role in human life is incomparable, it is almost always susceptible to damages, injury, and diseases. The good news is that there is a natural remedy called turmeric that...


Global bio pharma logistics market to grow at a CAGR of 3.91 % over the period 2014-2019.

 Market Research Reports(, October 14, 2015 ) Logistics deals with the procurement, planning, and implementation of activities in the forward and reverse logistics chain of an organization. The biopharmaceutical industry uses logistics for the complete management of the way resources...


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J&J's Janssen hit with $70 million verdict in Risperdal trial: lawyers
1 Jul 2016 at 12:54pm
The jury in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas found that the company failed to warn the boy's healthcare providers about the risk of gynecomastia and that it intentionally falsified, destroyed or concealed evidence in the case, according to a copy of the verdict form provided by a spokesman for the law firm Arnold & Itkin.

Many everyday common chemicals are endangering child brain development says n...
1 Jul 2016 at 12:46pm

A new report published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives is calling for more attention to be paid to the growing evidence that exposure to many everyday common chemicals are causing harm to children's brain development. Dozens of scientists, health practitioners and children's health advocates have expressed their concern in the paper that these chemicals are disrupting brain development from as early as pregnancy with the effect continuing through to children of all ages.

Guinea-Bissau confirms three cases of Zika virus, government says
1 Jul 2016 at 12:19pm
Guinea-Bissau has confirmed its first three cases of the Zika virus in a group of islands off the mainland and has set up an emergency committee to stop further transmission of the disease, the government said on Friday. Experts have feared the tiny nation could become a gateway for Zika's spread to mainland West Africa, after an outbreak of the mosquito-borne virus was first recorded in the African island chain of Cape Verde late last year. "The Health Minister has informed (the government) of three confirmed cases of Zika virus contamination located in the Bijagos Archipelago," read a government statement sent to reporters.

Spain records first case of sexually transmitted Zika virus
1 Jul 2016 at 11:44am

Spain has recorded its first known case of the Zika virus being sexually transmitted, after a woman contracted it from her partner after he returned from a Latin American country, health authorities in Madrid said on Friday. The mosquito-borne Zika virus has been linked to thousands of cases of the microcephaly birth defect in countries such as Brazil, which has declared a public health emergency over the disease. The birth defect is marked by babies born with brain abnormalities and undersized heads.

Obama urges Congress to release Zika funds
1 Jul 2016 at 11:40am

US President Barack Obama urged Congress Friday to advance $1.9 billion in emergency funds to fight the Zika virus, saying Republicans should set aside politics to tackle the fast-moving disease. "This is not the time to play politics," Obama said in remarks delivered in the White House Oval Office following a meeting with National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases chief Anthony Fauci and other officials. "Congress should not leave, should not adjourn, until they get this done," he added ahead of the Independence Day holiday weekend.

UK drugs regulator to halt approvals for Indian clinical trials firm
1 Jul 2016 at 11:40am
By Zeba Siddiqui MUMBAI (Reuters) - The UK's healthcare regulator has decided to suspended marketing approval for a widely used antibiotic that had won clearance based on clinical trials conducted by India's Quest Life Sciences, due to concerns over the integrity of trial data. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) might also deny other pending drug approval requests that rely on studies conducted by Quest, the UK agency said in a letter dated June 22, a copy of which was seen by Reuters. The MHRA's decision bars the sale of a generic version of erythromycin that is being sold in the UK by Dawa Ltd, a Kenyan drugmaker, an MHRA spokesman said.

People eat less when wearing ?bite counters?
1 Jul 2016 at 11:16am
By Madeline Kennedy People who wear ?bite counters? on their wrists while eating tend to cut down on how much they consume during a meal, a study suggests. Several years ago, Eric Muth and colleagues at Clemson University in South Carolina developed a way to track how much people eat based on their wrist motion. Muth told Reuters Health by email that self-monitoring is vital when trying to meet health goals.

Woman on FBI's top 10 fugitive list captured in North Carolina
1 Jul 2016 at 11:15am

Shanika Minor, 24, was captured by sheriff's deputies at a Fayetteville, North Carolina, motel near an airport at about 1:30 a.m., the FBI's Milwaukee office said in a statement. Deputies located Minor after someone called the FBI's public tip line with information about her whereabouts, the FBI said. Minor, who is being temporarily held at the Cumberland County Detention Center in Fayetteville, faces a top charge of intentional homicide, the FBI said.

Correction: Coal Jobs vs Air Pollution story
1 Jul 2016 at 11:04am

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) ? In a story June 28 about a proposed coal ban in Oakland, The Associated Press reported erroneously the name of the organization that David Smith represents. He is an attorney for the Oakland Bulk and Oversized Terminal, not the Oregon Bulk and Oversized Terminal.

Federal judge blocks Florida law to end abortion clinic funding
1 Jul 2016 at 10:12am
By Letitia Stein TAMPA, Fla. (Reuters) - A federal judge has blocked parts of a new Florida law aiming to cut off state funding for preventive health services at clinics that also provide abortions, acting shortly before the restrictions took effect on Friday. U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle issued a preliminary injunction late on Thursday after state Planned Parenthood affiliates challenged certain provisions as unconstitutional. Hinkle found the clinics were unacceptably targeted by state efforts to eliminate funding for other healthcare services they also provide, such as birth control and screening for cancer and sexually transmitted diseases.

High blood pressure in pregnancy linked to later health risks
1 Jul 2016 at 9:44am
By Kathryn Doyle (Reuters Health) ? Women with slightly elevated blood pressure during pregnancy could be more likely to develop so-called metabolic syndrome later, Chinese researchers say. Metabolic syndrome - a combination of traits and symptoms such as abdominal fat and high blood sugar - is a strong predictor of heart disease and diabetes. ?The optimal blood pressure levels in pregnant women remain an open question,? said lead author Dr. Jian-Min Niu of Guangdong Women and Children Hospital in Guangzhou.

Obama says Congress must end deadlock on Zika funding
1 Jul 2016 at 9:20am

By Ayesha Rascoe WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday said Congress must end its deadlock on funding to combat the Zika virus before lawmakers head out to recess later this summer. "The good news is we feel fairly confident that we can develop an effective vaccine for Zika," Obama said after a meeting with U.S. health officials in the Oval Office. "The problem is right now that money is stuck in Congress." Obama met with the heads of the Health and Human Services Department, the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to discuss the nation's response to the mosquito-borne virus.

Uncertainty looms as Vermont becomes 1st state to label GMOs
1 Jul 2016 at 8:45am

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) ? At Mehuron's Supermarket in Waitsfield, manager Bruce Hyde Jr. said he and his team were ready for the state's new law requiring genetically modified foods to be labeled as such. But uncertainties abound.

Civilians fleeing Iraq's Falluja should not be 'coerced' to return: aid agencies
1 Jul 2016 at 8:43am

By Lin Taylor LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Civilians who have fled Falluja should not be coerced to return because of poor conditions in displacement camps or by Iraqi authorities, aid agencies say, as insecurity remains rife and explosives have not been cleared in the city. A report on Thursday from the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR said Iraqi authorities will allow civilians displaced by the assault on Islamic State-held Falluja to start returning home as early as August. The UNHCR, noting the government's plans, said the level of destruction will make their return difficult in the short term and explosives would pose a hazard to residents.

'Come home and help', urges Central African Republic doctor
1 Jul 2016 at 8:36am
By Paula Dear BANGUI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When violence erupted in the Central African Republic three years ago, hundreds of thousands of people fled the capital Bangui, including most doctors and medical students at the main children's hospital. As the city descended into chaos, 58-year-old Jean Gody was one of the few doctors who chose to stay behind and help. "I would have been ashamed to leave people suffering and then have to come back and look them in the eyes," the hospital director told the Thomson Reuters Foundation in an interview. is part of GropWeb Network, online properties of GroupWeb Media LLC. Copyright © GroupWeb Media LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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