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  1. News - World - HEALTH

    Little evidence testosterone-boosting drugs are beneficial, US regulator says

    Posted Sep 04th 2014, 09:31pm by AP

    ... an industry marketing blitz for pills, patches and formulations that has transformed testosterone into a multibillion-dollar market. Advertisements for prescription gels like Fortesta and Androgel ...

  2. News - World - HEALTH

    Chinese joining the scramble to escape Ebola

    Posted Aug 24th 2014, 06:20am by AFP

    ... "The ticket change cost my company thousands of dollars." A French expat, Francois Gatineau, 27, was much calmer as he flew home for holidays after four months in Freetown. "I'm ...

  3. Lifestyle - Technology - HEALTH

    Battle lines drawn on instant noodles after US study cites heart risks

    Posted Aug 24th 2014, 03:30am by AP

    ... perfect." The heated reaction is partly explained by the omnipresence here of instant noodles, which, for South Koreans, usually mean the spicy, salty ramyeon that cost less than a dollar a package. ...

  4. News - World - HEALTH

    Jury still out a year after Australian law on plain packaging for cigarettes

    Posted Apr 04th 2014, 09:50pm by Reuters

    ... of the Australian government, a vindication of the laws introduced in December 2012 that forced tobacco companies to replace logos and branding with graphic images of smoking-related diseases on an olive ... a view that is supported by a rough poll of other sellers. With the tax rise appearing to pack a bigger punch than the introduction of plain packaging a year earlier, the Australian government ...

  5. Business - Economy - HEALTH

    Sick workers cost economies billions

    Posted Jul 16th 2014, 02:36pm by DAVID DODWELL

    ... David Dodwell Ill health could cost the world trillions of dollars in the coming decades, yet societies can help by facing up to the causes of the growing malaise Economies at risk if root causes of sick workers are not tackled After 900 million people watched Germany win the World Cup Final, there was a simultaneous global tsunami- of sick leave. As an average of 188 million fans ...

  6. Lifestyle - Technology - HEALTH

    IVF babies have greater risk of complications, says Australian study

    Posted Jan 12th 2014, 03:36am by GDN

    ... The Guardian IVF babies have greater risk of complications Children conceived through IVF treatment have a greater risk of complications ranging from preterm birth to neonatal death, according to a major study into the health of newborns. Doctors found th ...

  7. News - World - HEALTH

    One billion people still defecate in public despite health risks, says UN

    Posted May 09th 2014, 11:58pm by Reuters

    ... diseases since the 1970s, Luyendijk said. "The Indian government did provide tremendous amounts, billions of dollars, for sanitation for the poorest," he said. "But this was disbursed from the central level to the provinces and then all the provinces had their own mechanisms of implementing … those billions of dollars did not reach the poorest." India has now woken ...

  8. News - Hong Kong - HEALTH

    Medical gadgets fair targets a healthy profit

    Posted May 12th 2014, 04:45am by Christy Choi

    ... Christy Choi christy.choi@scmp.com Medical gadgets fair targets a healthy profit Ever wonder where doctors and nurses get their gadgets? With the billion-dollar medical equipment market in China expected to grow, buyers from around the world filled the halls of the Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai last week, where the latest medical equipment and devices were ...

  9. News - Hong Kong - HEALTH

    Seven years after 'best before' date... but still good enough to eat

    Posted May 19th 2014, 05:07am by Cheung Chi Fai

    ... in food worth millions of dollars being thrown out each year, Fung said, citing research done in New Zealand. She said a US study had put the cost of binning "expired" food at US$275 ...

  10. News - World - HEALTH

    Daily sunscreen use slows skin ageing, Australian study shows

    Posted Jun 05th 2013, 12:00am by AP

    ... Associated Press in Washington Australian study also finds that older people already showing UV-related damage will see an improvement if they regularly apply protection Daily sunscreen use slows ageing of skin New research from Australia is some of the strongest evidence to date that near-daily sunscreen use can slow the ageing of skin. Ultraviolet rays that spur wrinkles ...




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