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Tax increases on tobacco decrease infant mortality rates - Medical News Today


Medical News Today

Tax increases on tobacco decrease infant mortality rates
Medical News Today
New research published in Pediatrics shows that higher taxes may have even further health benefits for the American public at large. The question of taxing tobacco and its potential positive impact on health has been debated globally for many years.

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National Assembly ratifies S. Korea-China free trade agreement - The Hankyoreh


National Assembly ratifies S. Korea-China free trade agreement
The Hankyoreh
This legislation will include both bills supported by the ruling party that are aimed at stimulating the economy by promoting tourism and globalizing the medical industry and bills supported by the opposition party that are oriented toward “economic ...

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India Leads Global Medical Tourism Industry thanks to Presence of Advanced ... - Medgadget.com (blog)


India Leads Global Medical Tourism Industry thanks to Presence of Advanced ...
Medgadget.com (blog)
The research report, titled “Medical Tourism Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 – 2019”, states that the low cost associated with medical procedures in Thailand, India, Mexico, Singapore, Brazil, Turkey ...

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Law to help drug-addicted babies signed by Obama - Chillicothe Gazette


Chillicothe Gazette

Law to help drug-addicted babies signed by Obama
Chillicothe Gazette
WASHINGTON - President Obama last week signed a new federal law that helps coordinate response related to drug-addicted babies. The Protecting our Infants Act of 2015 was signed by Obama Wednesday. U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers, R-Upper Arlington, ...

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Study Shows It's Never Too Soon to Get Fit - NBCNews.com


Study Shows It's Never Too Soon to Get Fit
NBCNews.com
A new study shows it's never too soon to get fit: People who are in good shape as young adults — mostly in their 20s — are much less likely to die in middle age. And it didn't matter too much if the people in the study were overweight. Those were who ...

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Registry review shows positive results for novel heart surgery procedure - Medical News Today


Medical News Today

Registry review shows positive results for novel heart surgery procedure
Medical News Today
A new report published in the Annals of Thoracic Surgery and the Journal of the American College of Cardiology reveals how, 4 years after its approval in the US, a minimally invasive form of heart surgery has helped improve outcomes for patients with ...
CardioBrief: TAVR Registry Shows Growth but No StampedeMedPage Today

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Korea's 1st private jet terminal to debut in 2016 - Korea Times


Korea Times

Korea's 1st private jet terminal to debut in 2016
Korea Times
The KAC, which operates 14 airports nationwide, expects that the BAC will create some 430 jobs and bring 12.8 billion won in economic benefits through accommodation, shopping, tourism and medical services annually. It also expects to gain 3.2 billion ...

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Physicians lag in acceptance of value-based care - Becker's Hospital Review


Physicians lag in acceptance of value-based care
Becker's Hospital Review
Other surveys echo this sentiment. One from the American Medical Group Association found multispecialty medical groups and integrated delivery systems expect fee-for-service payments to decline significantly, but many barriers still impede the transition.

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Johor Baru to come of age with transformation plan - The Malaysian Insider


The Malaysian Insider

Johor Baru to come of age with transformation plan
The Malaysian Insider
Its clientele is expected to be drawn from Asean countries, the Middle East, China, Korea and Japan, Kamaruzzaman says. “The medical suites represent the service sector, particularly medical tourism, in tandem with the state government's aspiration to ...

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Young programmers in S. Korea groomed to fight foe's elite unit - Arkansas Online


Arkansas Online

Young programmers in S. Korea groomed to fight foe's elite unit
Arkansas Online
Kim is showing a "deep interest" in the Internet, and North Korea began constructing an Internet agency in Pyongyang this week, according to dprktoday.com, a North Korean tourism website. The country allows Internet access to only a small portion of ...
South Korea enlists cyber warriors to battle Kim Jong-un's regimeThe Independent
South Korea - Xinhuanet SearchXinhuanet Search

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Some sugar-free drinks can also damage teeth, experts warn - Medical News Today


Medical News Today

Some sugar-free drinks can also damage teeth, experts warn
Medical News Today
The Academy of General Dentistry, an organization of North American dentists, explain that because saliva helps neutralize acids and wash your teeth clean, the worst time to drink beverages high in acid, such as soda pop, is when you are thirsty, due ...

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9 Apec countries to increase investments in Philippines - Sun.Star


9 Apec countries to increase investments in Philippines
Sun.Star
Countries that vowed investments are Australia, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Papua New Guinea, Russia, and the United States. “These potential investment and employment ... Baldoz said there can also be possible jobs from investments ...

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Will Pseudoscience Undo Roe v. Wade? - Daily Beast


Daily Beast

Will Pseudoscience Undo Roe v. Wade?
Daily Beast
On the pro-choice side, the American Medical Association and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists have filed an amicus brief stating that “there is simply no medical basis for requiring that abortion facilities meet the standards for ...
Abortion clinic owner mulls Supreme Court case impactJackson Clarion Ledger

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Aurora Health Care - BizTimes.com (Milwaukee)


Aurora Health Care
BizTimes.com (Milwaukee)
Dr. Jeffrey Bailet, executive vice president at Aurora Health Care and president of Aurora Health Care Medical Group, was named chair elect for the American Medical Group Association's board of directors for 2016. Bailet will ensure the AMGA board ...

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Young programmers in S. Korea groomed to fight foe's elite unit - Arkansas Online


Arkansas Online

Young programmers in S. Korea groomed to fight foe's elite unit
Arkansas Online
Kim is showing a "deep interest" in the Internet, and North Korea began constructing an Internet agency in Pyongyang this week, according to dprktoday.com, a North Korean tourism website. The country allows Internet access to only a small portion of ...
South Korea enlists cyber warriors to battle Kim Jong-un's regimeThe Independent
South Korea - ???? - ???Xinhuanet Search

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Holyoke police, fire rescue shoplifting suspect who fell while fleeing - MassLive.com


MassLive.com

Holyoke police, fire rescue shoplifting suspect who fell while fleeing
MassLive.com
HOLYOKE – Officials for the Police and Fire Departments and American Medical Response currently in the woods near the Holyoke Mall rescuing a female who fell off an embankment or overpass. Two female shoplifting suspects were running from the ...

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Social News 30/11 - VietNamNet Bridge


VietNamNet Bridge

Social News 30/11
VietNamNet Bridge
A photo exhibition on China's illegal construction of artificial islands in the East Sea was opened at the Kyung Hee University, a renowned school in Seoul of the Republic of Korea (RoK), on November 29. The event is held by the association of .... The ...

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Questions grow about safety of e-cigarettes - NEWS10 ABC


NEWS10 ABC

Questions grow about safety of e-cigarettes
NEWS10 ABC
The government-funded study was published in Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2015 in the Journal of the American Medical Association. It doesn't prove that electronic cigarettes are a "gateway drug" but some doctors say it bolsters arguments that the devices need to ...

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No one quite sure why 911 medical calls are surging - The Boston Globe


The Boston Globe

No one quite sure why 911 medical calls are surging
The Boston Globe
Dr. Howard Mell, a spokesman for the American College of Emergency Physicians and medical director of EMS for Iredell County, North Carolina, said he believes a key reason for increased calls for ambulances is shrinking access to basic medical services.

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Abortion clinic owner mulls Supreme Court case impact - Jackson Clarion Ledger


Jackson Clarion Ledger

Abortion clinic owner mulls Supreme Court case impact
Jackson Clarion Ledger
Although Mississippi's law has been framed as an effort to improve women's health, the American Medical Association and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists oppose admitting privileges requirements for doctors who provide abortion.
Editorial: Restore women's health options in mid-MissouriSTLtoday.com

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OPINION: Carrying on the fight to stop use of rotenone - Daily Inter Lake


OPINION: Carrying on the fight to stop use of rotenone
Daily Inter Lake
... noxious gases also produced. Hazmat suits and re-breathers are required to handle this material. One such article is about California's Davis Lake rotenone disaster. Articles in the Journal of the American Medical Association and Nature ...

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Imperatives for real development - The Nation Newspaper


Imperatives for real development
The Nation Newspaper
When some decades back Nigeria, India and South Korea were on the similar levels of industrialization. Today, Nigeria can hardly produce vehicles of similar quality as South Korea and India. How did ... morning shows the day”. He has introduced steps ...

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In brief: Erie blood bank honors two donors - GoErie.com


In brief: Erie blood bank honors two donors
GoErie.com
The American Medical Association has called for a ban on direct-to-consumer ads for prescription drugs and implantable medical devices, saying they contribute to rising costs and patients' demands for inappropriate treatment. Delegates at the ...

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Esther Cepeda: Make preschool available to our neediest kids - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette


Esther Cepeda: Make preschool available to our neediest kids
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
Earlier this year, a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that poverty adversely affects structural brain development in children. According to the authors, a national sample of MRI scans of children from families with limited ...

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Officials to consider approving funding for mental health, substance abuse ... - Topeka Capital Journal


Officials to consider approving funding for mental health, substance abuse ...
Topeka Capital Journal
Consider renewing the franchise for American Medical Response ambulance company to provide ambulance service in Topeka. Shawnee County provides a subsidy to AMR. The proposed franchise renewal would continue an arrangement through which ...

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