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The global cell counting market is expected to grow at a significant CAGR of around 6.5% to 7% during the forecast period (2015 to 2020)

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Portland, OR --Over the past five years, the cell counting market has witnessed tremendous growth primarily due to high prevalence of AIDS and cancer across the globe and increasing stem cell research expenditure.In this report, the global cell counting...

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China Human Use Rabies Vaccine Industry 2015 - Market Trends, Size, Analysis & Forecast

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Portland, OR -- China Human Use Rabies Vaccine Industry 2015 Market Research Report is a result of a client based research study that introduces the basic fundamentals, classification and application of the Rabies Vaccine on human. The market research study...

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Research Reveals Obese Older Women With Arthritis More Susceptible To Disability

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Orlando, FL -- Disability is a negatively life-changing situation, and thousands of people from around the world are living a reduced quality of life because of it. There are several ways to reduce the risk of disability, and one is to learn about its risk...

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Texting And Other Lifestyle Factors Linked With The Development Of Osteoarthritis

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Orlando, FL -- Arthritis is not just painful; its negatively life-changing effects also tend to reduce the overall quality of life of sufferers. The good news is that there are measures believed to be helpful for reducing the risk of arthritic conditions...

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Red Rock Organics New Products Encourage People To Support Healthy Skin PH To Overcome Rosacea

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Houston, TX -- When it comes to cosmetics very few people consider how the ingredients actually interact with the skin. Most people are unaware of all the chemical additives and how they affect skin condition. This can be very problematic for people suffering...

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Global Acupuncture Treatment Instrument Industry Focus, Segmentation and Forecast 2015

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) The Global Acupuncture treatment instrument Industry 2015 Deep Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Acupuncture treatment instrument industry.The report provides a basic overview of the industry including...

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Global Veterinary Drug Industry 2015 - Market Size, Share, Demand, Growth & Opportunities

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Portland, OR -- Global Veterinary Drug Industry 2015 Market Research Report is an outcome of critical analysis of veterinary drug market business performance. Research analysts conducting the study engages concise yet straightforward questionnaires to...

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Special Offer Of Emergency Blankets For Winter

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Torquay, Victoria -- The Gold Standard Outdoor Company is offering Emergency Blanket 4 Packs, on sale for just $11.90 per pack, for a limited time, to help people prepare for winter. Football season has arrived, so winter must be just around the next...

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The American Heart Association Reveals The Best Weapon To Fight Cardiovascular Diseases

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Orlando, FL -- In the United States, there are more than 600,000 deaths related to heart ailments. Coronary heart disease is believed to be the most common cardiovascular ailment that Americans suffer from. The good news is that there are ways to reduce...

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Best Value Global Thinks Pink

    downloadMiDAStick: the Gold Standard Of Selfie Sticks(Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Elkhart, Indiana -- Best Value Global, the creators of the Ultra-Compact MiDAStick selfie stick, declared their firm support for the observance of the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According...

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Schools Stocking Trauma Kit For Serious Emergencies

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Clearwater, Florida -- Today Anna Loehwing, COO of First Aid Shoppe, providers of high-end first aid and survival gear to professionals and the general public, reported that K thru 12 schools are buying their ResQue 1st Emergency Trauma Kit to have on...

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Global Divalproex Sodium Industry 2015 Key Trends, Size, Growth, Shares And Forecast Research Report

 Market Research Reports(Medical-NewsWire.com, October 13, 2015 ) The Global Divalproex Sodium Industry 2015 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Divalproex Sodium industry.The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions,...

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Global Cervical Treatment Industry Focus, Segmentation and Forecast 2015

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) The Global Cervical Treatment Instrument Industry 2015 Deep Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Cervical Treatment Instrument industry.The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions,...

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Monoclonal Antibodies Industry Segmentation & Forecast 2015

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Research Beam added report on “Global Monoclonal Antibodies Industry 2015”. 2015 Global Monoclonal Antibodies Industry Report is a professional and in-depth research report on the world's major regional market conditions of the Monoclonal Antibodies industry,...

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Upcoming Trends of Global Nuclear Medicine Imaging Equipment Industry 2015

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 12, 2015 ) Portland, OR -- The report Global Nuclear Medicine Imaging Equipment Industry 2015 Market Research Report is a thorough study on the industry insights and market dynamics, market share and size of the global nuclear medicine imaging equipment industry....

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UK drugs regulator halts approvals for Indian clinical trials firm
1 Jul 2016 at 6:06am
By Zeba Siddiqui MUMBAI (Reuters) - The UK's healthcare regulator has 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.


Children in Boko Haram-hit northeast Nigeria face death from hunger unless ai...
1 Jul 2016 at 5:51am

Tens of thousands of children in northeast Nigeria will die of malnutrition this year unless they receive treatment soon, the United Nations said on Friday after reaching areas of the country previously cut off from aid by Boko Haram violence. Over the last year Nigeria's army, aided by troops from neighbouring countries, recaptured most of the territory that was lost to the militant group, which has waged a seven-year insurgency aimed at creating an Islamic state in the northeast. "Improving security has enabled humanitarians to access areas that were previously cut off," Munir Safieldin, the U.N. humanitarian coordinator for Nigeria, said in a statement.



Stop eating raw cookie dough says FDA, as it could make you sick
1 Jul 2016 at 4:21am

Bad news for lovers of cookie dough, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued guidelines advising fans of the sweat treat to stop eating it due to its potential health risks. The news comes following an investigation by the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) into an outbreak of infections caused by a strain of bacteria called Shiga toxin-producing E. coli O121. The investigation has found that the infected patients ate or handled raw dough that was made with General Mills flour produced in a Kansas City, Missouri, facility, resulting in General Mills voluntary recalling 10 million pounds of flour sold under three of its brand names: Gold Medal, Signature Kitchen's, and Gold Medal Wondra.



Gove pledges extra money for health service if becomes PM
1 Jul 2016 at 4:04am

LONDON (Reuters) - Leading Brexit campaigner Michael Gove pledged an extra 100 million pounds per week for Britain's National Health Service (NHS) by 2020 should he become the next prime minister. The justice secretary in Prime Minister David Cameron's government, Gove was a leading figure in the official Vote Leave campaign ahead of the June 23 referendum that saw Britain vote to quit the European Union, prompting Cameron to resign. He made the NHS pledge in a speech on Friday setting out his stall in the race to succeed Cameron. ...



U.N. expects residents to start returning to Falluja by August
1 Jul 2016 at 3:37am

The United Nations said Iraqi authorities will allow civilians displaced by the assault on Islamic State-held Falluja to start returning home as early as August. More than 85,000 people fled their homes during a month-long campaign that ended on Sunday when Iraqi authorities declared they had completely recaptured the city, an hour's drive west of Baghdad. The civilians at government-run camps, who make up about a third of Falluja's total population before Islamic State took over 2-1/2 years ago, are currently relying on handouts from the United Nations and aid groups.


Health officials race to prevent Congo yellow fever disaster
1 Jul 2016 at 3:11am
By Tim Cocks DAKAR (Reuters) - It is the stuff of a disaster movie: an outbreak of yellow fever in Congo's capital city, full of unvaccinated people mostly huddled together in slums with too few drains and the kind of sticky, fetid climate that mosquitoes love. Kinshasa's 12 million people - twice as many as there are doses of yellow fever vaccine anywhere in the world - are largely unprotected against this sometimes deadly but easily preventable illness, which has killed at least 353 in Democratic Republic of Congo and neighbour Angola. With three weeks to go before they start a vaccination campaign for 11.6 million people against the hemorrhagic virus in three Congolese provinces, and only 1.3 million doses of the vaccine on their way to Congo, time is not on their side.


Hundreds of US companies sell unapproved 'stem cell treatments'
1 Jul 2016 at 2:42am

Hundreds of companies across the United States are selling unapproved stem cell treatments directly to patients, raising concerns about safety and scams in a fast-growing industry, researchers said Thursday. At least 351 companies across the United States are marketing unapproved stem cell procedures at 570 individual clinics, their report in the journal Cell Stem Cell found.



AstraZeneca sells two dermatology drug rights to LEO Pharma
1 Jul 2016 at 2:24am

(Reuters) - British drugmaker AstraZeneca Plc said it sold the rights to develop an experimental mid-stage drug to treat atopic dermatitis to privately-held LEO Pharma. LEO Pharma would pay AstraZeneca $115 million in upfront payment and $1 billion in milestones. Shares of AstraZeneca were trading nearly flat at 4,463 pence on Friday at 7.04 GMT on the London Stock Exchange.



Vietnamese scoff at bike-ban plan as motorcycles engulf capital
1 Jul 2016 at 1:15am

World famous for its endless swarms of motorcycles, Vietnam is considering banning bikes in the capital over fears its leafy streets will become overrun as the population swells and its middle class buys up cars in record numbers. Hanoi is forecast to have seven million motorcycles on its roads in the next two years - almost the same as its current population - leaving city bigwigs with a crisis on their hands as cars, buses and bikes jostle and petrified pedestrians run the gauntlet crossing streets. The Communist Party's Hanoi chapter started polling on Monday ahead of a new urban plan and central to that is making the capital's motorcycles extinct by 2025, according to Voice of Vietnam radio.



U.N. peacekeeping mission leaves Liberia after 13 years
30 Jun 2016 at 11:51pm

By Alphonso Toweh MONROVIA (Reuters) - A U.N. peacekeeping mission that was sent to Liberia in 2003 to restore order after two brutal civil wars withdrew on Thursday, beginning a new phase of self-reliance for the impoverished West African country. Liberia has relied heavily on the mission of 15,000 U.N. troops, known as UNMIL, which had been winding down for several months before control was officially handed over to domestic forces on Thursday. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf told Reuters much had been done to prepare for the transition, but that more was still needed.



China factory activity stalls in June, more stimulus expected
30 Jun 2016 at 9:01pm

By Elias Glenn BEIJING (Reuters) - Growth in China's manufacturing sector stalled in June, an official survey showed on Friday, adding to expectations that Beijing will have to roll out more stimulus soon to boost the sluggish economy. A similar survey showed activity in China's services sector picked up in June, which if sustainable would indicate progress in the government's bid to rebalance the economy. The outlook for Chinese exporters, a major force in the manufacturing sector, has been clouded further by Britain's vote last week to exit the European Union, which Premier Li Keqiang said "increased uncertainties in the global economy".



New Mexico high court: Doctors can't help patients end lives
30 Jun 2016 at 5:44pm

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) ? The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled Thursday that terminally ill patients cannot end their lives with help from doctors, ending what right-to-die advocates thought would be a successful legal fight.



Rio will be safest place in world for athletes: USOC
30 Jun 2016 at 4:21pm

By Steve Keating OMAHA, Nebraska (Reuters) - Even as gun battles rage in Rio de Janeiro slums, mutilated bodies wash up on beaches and police and fireman protest, the USOC on Thursday declared the 2016 Olympics will be the safest place in the world for athletes once the Games begin. Following their final board meeting before the Olympics open on Aug. 5, United States Olympic Committee (USOC) leaders Scott Blackmun and Larry Probst downplayed the security risks and Zika threat that have plagued the run-up to the first Summer Games in South America. While the Olympic city grapples with rising crime, a recession and exhausted state finances that could compromise security plans, the USOC gave preparations a thumbs-up, saying they were confident the Games would be safe and successful.


Olympics-Rio will be safest place in world for athletes: USOC
30 Jun 2016 at 4:14pm
By Steve Keating OMAHA, Nebraska, June 30 (Reuters) - Even as gun battles rage in Rio de Janeiro slums, mutilated bodies wash up on beaches and police and fireman protest, the USOC on Thursday declared the 2016 Olympics will be the safest place in the world for athletes once the Games begin. Following their final board meeting before the Olympics open on Aug. 5, United States Olympic Committee (USOC) leaders Scott Blackmun and Larry Probst downplayed the security risks and Zika threat that have plagued the run-up to the first Summer Games in South America. While the Olympic city grapples with rising crime, a recession and exhausted state finances that could compromise security plans, the USOC gave preparations a thumbs-up, saying they were confident the Games would be safe and successful.

General Electric wins $919 million Pentagon contract
30 Jun 2016 at 2:27pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - General Electric Co's GE Aviation unit has been awarded a $919 million cost-plus-incentive-fee contract for designing, fabricating, integrating and testing turbofan adaptive engines, the Pentagon said on Thursday.

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