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  2009   December by Upjohn

Archive for December, 2009

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House sought to downplay differences on Sunday between the two versions of healthcare legislation passed in Congress as Democrats prepared to meld them into one, while a top Republican saw “great unrest” and perhaps more party-switchers among Democrats.

CHICAGO (Reuters) - An Oklahoma company said it was voluntarily recalling 248,000 lbs (112,000 kg) of beef products in six states following an outbreak of illnesses involving E. coli bacteria.

CHICAGO (Reuters) - An Oklahoma company said it was voluntarily recalling 248,000 lbs (112,000 kg) of beef products in six states following an outbreak of illnesses involving E. coli bacteria.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Senate approved President Barack Obama’s landmark healthcare overhaul on Thursday, backing sweeping changes in the medical insurance market and new coverage for tens of millions of uninsured Americans.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tumors can not only spread through the body by sending out tiny cells called seeds, but they can re-seed themselves, researchers said in a report on Thursday that may help explain why tumors grow back even after they are removed.

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Chronic stress can speed up memory decline in older people who already have some impairment in their mental function, a new study in the American Journal of Psychiatry shows.

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - More education may mean a lower heart attack risk later in life, with benefits seen in low-income countries as well as wealthy nations, a new study finds.

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Bouts of low blood sugar can lead to unsafe driving among people with diabetes, new research shows.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Swiss food giant Nestle made misleading claims about the health benefits of some children’s beverages, U.S. regulators said in letters released on Tuesday.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Americans who were worried about the safety of the swine flu vaccine are still worried and it may not be easy to convince them to get themselves or their children vaccinated, researchers said on Tuesday.