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Illinois Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Abortion Notification Law

Illinois Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Abortion Notification Law On Thursday, the Illinois Supreme Court issued a ruling ending a legal battle that would allow a 1995 law to be enforced. The implementation of the law, which requires parents to be notified in cases where girls seeking abortion are…>read more

No Comment July 12, 2013

Belgian Doctors Claim Super Cheap IVF Techniques Can Begin Fertility Revolution

Belgian Doctors Claim Super Cheap IVF Techniques Can Begin Fertility Revolution There’s no doubt that whether for good or ill, total fertility rates have been dropping alarmingly across world populations. In the U.S., while the total fertility rate in 1911 used to be above 3, in 2010, the National Center for…>read more

No Comment July 9, 2013

U.S. Relaxes Individual Income Verification Duties of HealthCare Exchanges

U.S. Relaxes Individual Income Verification Duties of HealthCare Exchanges On Friday, the final regulations regarding the running of insurance marketplaces in states under the new HealthCare law were handed out to the 16 states and the District of Columbia who are setting up their own exchanges. The final regulations…>read more

No Comment July 8, 2013

Obama Administration Gives More Time to Employers over HealthCare Law Reporting Requirements

Obama Administration Gives More Time to Employers over HealthCare Law Reporting Requirements On Tuesday, Valerie Jarett, a Senior Advisor and Assistant to the President announced on the White House Blog, the Obama administration’s decision to delay the immediate reporting requirements of businesses, and give them an extra year to catch up. The…>read more

No Comment July 3, 2013

Hepatitis “A” Outbreak Linked to Pomegranate Shipment from Turkey

Hepatitis “A” Outbreak Linked to Pomegranate Shipment from Turkey While the Hepatitis A outbreak reached 127 cases in 8 states by Friday, the FDA believes it has found the cause and a common shipment of pomegranate seeds from Turkey has caused the outbreak.   In an update to the…>read more

No Comment June 29, 2013

All Boston Public High Schools to Receive Free Condoms

All Boston Public High Schools to Receive Free Condoms On Wednesday, the Boston School Committee approved a policy to distribute free condoms for students to all 32 public high schools and their 17,000 students. Until now, such condoms were available at public high schools with on-site health centers in…>read more

No Comment June 20, 2013

U.S. Sues Novartis Over Medicare Fraud

U.S. Sues Novartis Over Medicare Fraud On Tuesday, the U.S. government filed a civil fraud lawsuit accusing a unit of Novartis AG of orchestrating claims based on fraudulent kickbacks and causing Medicare and Medicaid programs pay tens of millions of dollars. The suit was filed in…>read more

No Comment April 24, 2013

Tyson Foods Paying $4.25 Million to Settle Toxic Gas Exposure Complaint

Tyson Foods Paying $4.25 Million to Settle Toxic Gas Exposure Complaint Now only if most settlements were so blazing fast, the economy would have rebounded sooner without any doubt. It was only on Thursday that the U.S. Department of Justice filed a complaint alleging Tyson Foods and its affiliated entities failed…>read more

No Comment April 6, 2013

FDA Changing Labeling Rules for Tobacco Alternatives

FDA Changing Labeling Rules for Tobacco Alternatives On Monday, the Consumer Updates of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration informed that the labels of nicotine replacement therapy products may soon change. The proposed changes have come in the wake of smokers getting misled by some warnings like…>read more

No Comment April 2, 2013

Grand Jury Authorization Requested for Investigating Company Linked to Meningitis Outbreak

Grand Jury Authorization Requested for Investigating Company Linked to Meningitis Outbreak On Tuesday, the Michigan Attorney General asked the Michigan State Court of Appeals to authorize a grand jury for investigating the role of a company linked to the deadly meningitis outbreak in 2012, and to check whether the company had…>read more

No Comment March 27, 2013

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