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Green Coffee, Proves to be a Miracle Fat Burner - Ensures Weight Loss Without Effort

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Green coffee seems to have changed the way people think of weight loss supplements and diet pills. This is because it is proven to ensure weight loss with least bit of changes in diet and exercise routine.Dr. OZ seems to have highly...

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Garcinia Cambogia, Touted as the Holy Grail of Weight Loss, is a Powerful Fat Burner, Appetite Suppressant and Fat Blocker

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Weight loss is a huge market with thousands of products on offer. People have been trying to get hold of a product that could help them lose weight without diet or exercise."This is exactly what Garcinia Cambogia is. It is known to be...

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Fat Burners Get Hot for Weight Loss - Garcinia Cambogia Pills are the Preferred Choice

Natural Fat Burning Pills(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Weight loss is a big industry and there are literally millions of products, all of which boast of ensuring quick and fast weight loss. Dietary pills and supplements are immensely popular since they can speed...

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Facelift Gym is a Simple Product that Helps Reduce Under Eye Bags without Creams and Surgery

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- One of the most common problems that a lot of people experience is the appearance of bags under eyes.Under eye bags and circles not only look bad and ugly but are also very hard to get rid of. Though there are a lot of creams in the...

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Diet Pills with a Combination of GarciniaCambogia with Green Coffee or Raspberry Ketones Bust Fat Super Fast

Natural Diet Pills(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- A vast majority of dieters and weight watchers are known to be opting for natural diet pills in order to get rid of those extra pounds. The biggest benefit of natural pills is that they do not have any kind of unwanted...

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Losing Man Boobs Gets Easier with Gynexol Chest Sculpting Cream

Reduce Man Boobs with Gynexol(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Man boobs or Gynecomastia is a condition that is known to be hated by most men. No man wants to sport breasts that look like that of a woman. Gynecomastia surgeries are quite common and a large percentage...

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Gynexol Cream is a Breakthrough Formula to Reduce Man Boobs without Gynecomastia Surgery

Gynexol Review(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Gynecomastia is a highly disturbing condition for men. It is known that one in every three men suffers with this condition to some degree. Pills and surgery are some of the most well known methods to get rid of man boobs. "Surgery...

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Gynexin Alpha Formula Helps Reduce Man Boobs Sans Surgery, Scars or Pain - Gets Excellent Reviews

Lose Man Breasts with Gynexin(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Gynecomastia is one word that is known to be hated with most men who suffer with this medical condition. It refers to abnormal growth of male breast and is known to be hugely embarrassing.Though most young...

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Gynexin is Proven Formula to Get Rid of Man Boobs Sans Pain, Scars or Surgery

Lose Man Boobs with Gynexin(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Gynecomastia is supposed to be a highly common problem among men. Usually boys develop larger breast tissue during puberty but most of the time the problem subsides in its own within a few months. A small percentage...

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Seen on FOX News, Prosolution Plus is a Trusted Name for Curing Erectile Dysfunction in Men

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Some of the most common sexual problems that most men suffer with include erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. Almost one third of all men known to suffer with ejaculatory problem. Prolsolution Plus is a highly advanced formula...

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Prosolution Plus, Seen on ABC, is Clinically Proven to Ensure Quick and Complete Male Enhancement

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Millions of men suffer with ED and other problems like inability to last longer. What is a cause of major concern is that a vast proportion of such men do not seek medical treatment because of embarrassment involved. However, natural...

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No More Embarrassment and Worries - VigRx Plus, Seen on ABC, Cures ED Safely and Naturally

Cure ED Naturally(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Erectile dysfunction is known to be a highly common problem among men. Statistics reveal that almost 18 million men over the age of 20 suffer with some kind of erectile problems in the US alone. Global figures are believed...

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Seen on ABC, VigRx Plus is a 100% Natural Formula for Male Enhancement

Natural ED Pills(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Erectile problems are a common issue in men. A lot of men are known to suffer with erectile problems around the world. "Though there are a couple of drugs that can help men get harder erections, they are infamous for...

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Featured on Weight Loss Shows, Green Coffee Diet Pills Continue to be in Huge Demand

GCB MAX Review(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Green coffee is quite a revolution as far as weight loss supplements are concerned. It is supposed to be clinically proven to help lose weight even without diet and exercise."Though most people do not take such claims seriously,...

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Green Coffee, Appraised by TV Doctor is Clinically Proven to Ensure Zero Effort Weight Loss

GCB MAX Review(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 26, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Green coffee is unlike any other fat burner. What makes it unique is that it can help reduce body weight even without diet or exercise."Green coffee should not be confused with the normal coffee. It is coffee in its raw...

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What kills more women than AIDS and breast cancer? Dirty water - TRFN
6 Mar 2015 at 1:30am

By Maria Caspani NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Diseases spread through dirty water and poor sanitation are the fifth biggest killer of women worldwide, causing more deaths than AIDS, diabetes or breast cancer, researchers say. Nearly 800,000 women die every year because they lack access to safe toilets and clean water, said the development organisation WaterAid, which analysed data from the Seattle-based Institute of Health Metrics research centre. "This completely unacceptable situation affects women and girls' education, their health, their dignity and ultimately, in too many cases, results in an early and needless death," WaterAid CEO Barbara Frost said in a statement. The only conditions more fatal for women than the lack of decent sanitation are heart disease, stroke, lower respiratory infections and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to the report.



AstraZeneca keeps 2015 outlook after financial reporting change
5 Mar 2015 at 11:59pm

Drugmaker AstraZeneca said on Friday it would change the way it reported results with effect from the first quarter of 2015 to make revenue from so-called externalization deals more visible to investors. The move means the company will now focus on total revenue rather than sales revenue in its financial outlook, though both measures are expected to decline by the same rate this year. Consistent with its previous sales outlook, AstraZeneca expects total 2015 revenue to fall by a mid single-digit percent at constant exchange rates. Historically, revenue from such deals formed part of "other operating income" presented below cost of goods sold (COGS).


Cheaper biosimilars take aim at world's top medicines
5 Mar 2015 at 11:05pm
(Reuters) - Lower-cost versions of biological drugs, known as biosimilars, are taking aim at some of the world's biggest-selling medicines. Unlike chemical compounds, such as aspirin or statins, these biotech products are made of hormones, antibodies and other proteins. SEVEN OUT OF 10 TOP DRUGS ARE BIOLOGICAL The proliferation of potent biological drugs, coupled with price tags that run into tens of thousands of dollars per patient a year, means they now account for around 30 percent of U.S. and European drug spending.

Copy me: Europe shows U.S. a path to cheaper biotech drugs
5 Mar 2015 at 11:03pm
By Ben Hirschler and Deena Beasley LONDON/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A revolution is brewing in healthcare with lower-cost copies of complex biotech drugs finally set to reach the United States, nine years after so-called biosimilars were launched in Europe. The first approval for a biosimilar in the United States is expected imminently - Zarxio, Novartis' copy of Amgen's white blood cell-boosting product Neupogen. The conventional wisdom has been that such copycats, which are still far more difficult to make than standard chemical drugs, will sell at a modest discount of perhaps 20 to 30 percent to the original biotech brands. Yet when Norway's drug procurement agency held its latest national hospital tender in January for a biosimilar copy of Johnson & Johnson and Merck's Remicade it was offered a whopping 69 percent discount to the original brand. The decision to slash the price was made by Orion Pharma, which distributes the biosimilar known as Remsima in Norway for South Korea's Celltrion.


Liberia releases last known Ebola patient from care
5 Mar 2015 at 10:51pm

By James Harding Giahyue MONROVIA (Reuters) - Liberia's last Ebola patient left hospital on Thursday to cheers of delight from friends and family, a year after the West African country reported its first case. Liberia's capital, Monrovia, was once at the heart of an epidemic that has killed nearly 10,000 across West Africa. Liberia has reported no new Ebola cases in 13 days, but can be deemed Ebola-free only after 42 days have passed -- double the normal incubation period for the virus. Dressed in a bright orange T-shirt and multi-coloured beads, a joyous Beatrice Yardolo greeted a small crowd outside the Chinese Ebola treatment centre in the Paynesville suburb of Monrovia, where she was hospitalised for two weeks.


What kills more women than AIDS and breast cancer? Dirty wate
5 Mar 2015 at 8:59pm
By Maria Caspani NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Diseases spread through dirty water and poor sanitation are the fifth biggest killer of women worldwide, causing more deaths than AIDS, diabetes or breast cancer, researchers say. Nearly 800,000 women die every year because they lack access to safe toilets and clean water, said the development organization WaterAid, which analyzed data from the Seattle-based Institute of Health Metrics research center. "This completely unacceptable situation affects women and girls' education, their health, their dignity and ultimately, in too many cases, results in an early and needless death," WaterAid CEO Barbara Frost said in a statement. The only conditions more fatal for women than the lack of decent sanitation are heart disease, stroke, lower respiratory infections and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to the report.


Chain of kidney transplants begins at San Francisco hospital
5 Mar 2015 at 8:33pm

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ? Zully Broussard thought she was going to help one person by donating a kidney.



U.S. says inaction on online piracy risks public safety
5 Mar 2015 at 7:11pm

By Krista Hughes WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. trade office on Thursday called for a crackdown on website name registrars who fail to take action against sellers of illegal goods such as counterfeit medicines and warned that turning a blind eye puts public safety at risk. The U.S. Trade Representative also said it is keeping an eye on China's AlibabaGroup Holding Ltd'sconsumer shopping website for sales of fake and pirated goods, but refrained from reinstating the site on its piracy blacklist. USTR named a domain name registrar, a company which manages the registration of internet names, for the first time in its annual "notorious markets" list as an example of concern about some registrars not taking action to block or suspend sites selling illegal goods. The registrar, Canada's Tucows Inc, said it took down dozen of sites every day but unlike some competitors, it considered all complaints carefully to ensure they were justified.


California 'maternity hotel' operators may face heat from guests
5 Mar 2015 at 5:39pm
By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - At least some of the pregnant women from China caught up in raids this week on so-called maternity hotels, catering to foreign mothers-to-be seeking U.S. citizenship for their babies, are still likely to remain long enough in California to give birth on American soil. Federal officials have declined to say how many pregnant customers they encountered in searches conducted on Tuesday of more than 50 locations suspected of involvement in three large "maternity tourism" networks in Southern California. No arrests have been made as of Thursday, said Virginia Kice, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, or ICE. She declined to say how many if any of the women would end up staying long enough to give birth in the United States now that the schemes were exposed but suggested some were likely to remain in California as the investigation progresses.


Exclusive: Costco working to end use of human antibiotics in chicken
5 Mar 2015 at 4:25pm

By Nathan Layne CHICAGO (Reuters) - Costco Wholesale Corp is working toward eliminating the sale of chicken and meat from other animals raised with antibiotics that are vital to fighting human infections, senior executives at the third-largest U.S. retailer told Reuters on Thursday. The ongoing push by Costco, which sells 80 million rotisserie chickens a year, highlights growing pressure on the supply chain in the wake of this week's announcement by fast-food giant McDonald's Corp that it would stop buying chicken raised with so-called "shared-use" antibiotics within two years. "We are working towards, and working with our suppliers and the regulatory agencies... to see how we can get rid of shared-use antibiotics in animals," Craig Wilson, vice president of food safety at the Issaquah, Washington-based retail giant, said in a phone interview. "I think all of us want to move to a point where we can get the human-use antibiotics out of the system.



Opening statements in Colorado cinema massacre trial due April 21
5 Mar 2015 at 3:16pm

By Keith Coffman CENTENNIAL, Colo. (Reuters) - The judge overseeing the Colorado cinema massacre trial said on Thursday he wants opening statements in the much-delayed case against gunman James Holmes to begin on April 21. "We hope to have openings on April 21," Arapahoe County District Court Judge Carlos Samour told one prospective juror.


Report: Suicides by girls and young women continue to climb
5 Mar 2015 at 3:15pm
NEW YORK (AP) ? The suicide rate for girls and young women in the U.S. continues to rise, at a pace far faster than for young males, health officials said Thursday.

Washington state woman files wrongful death lawsuit over superbug infection
5 Mar 2015 at 2:51pm
By Victoria Cavaliere SEATTLE (Reuters) - A Washington state woman has filed a lawsuit against a hospital and a leading medical-device manufacturer claiming her husband died from a drug-resistant "superbug" he contracted from a contaminated medical scope, her lawyer said on Thursday. Theresa Bigler, of Woodway, is seeking unspecified monetary damages for the death of her husband Richard Bigler, 57, who died in 2013 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Bigler's attorney, Joel Cunningham, said his death certificate also lists a drug-resistant form of E. coli bacteria as contributing to his demise. Bigler was among 31 people infected in an outbreak at Seattle's Virginia Mason Medical Center between 2012 and 2014 that was spread through medical devices called duodenoscopes that the hospital said harbor the germs even after being cleaned to manufacturer and federal guidelines.


U.S. third bitcoin auction spurs more demand with 34 bids
5 Mar 2015 at 2:49pm

By Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Marshals Service on Thursday held its third auction of bitcoins seized from Ross Ulbricht, convicted of operating black-market website Silk Road, with a sale of 50,000 units attracting higher demand than the previous auction. The government had 14 registered bidders for the 34 bids received, said Marshals Service spokeswoman Lynzey Donahue. The bitcoins on the auction block are valued at $13.9 million at current prices. The six-hour online auction began at 8 a.m. EST (1300 GMT).



FDA study finds little evidence of antibiotics in milk
5 Mar 2015 at 2:46pm

WASHINGTON (AP) ? In an encouraging development for consumers worried about antibiotics in their milk, a new Food and Drug Administration study showed little evidence of drug contamination after surveying almost 2,000 dairy farms.


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