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October, 28, 2016

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More than one third of antibiotics prescribed in hospitals might be unnecessary and could be fueling drug resistance, U.S. health authorities said Tuesday.
National Health Insurance reimbursements for ginkgo prescriptions have been greatly reduced in recent years since controls were imposed on its prescription, the National Health Insurance Administration said Friday.
New York is planning to loosen its marijuana laws to allow limited use of the drug by people suffering serious illness, the New York Times reported Saturday, citing state officials.
Saving one million children in five years: GSK sets ambitious goal and tangible mission
With a commitment to help people to "do more, feel better, live longer," multinational pharmaceutical firm GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is dedicated to improve people's lives both through its core business and its corporate social responsibility (CSR) missions.
GSK Taiwan donates rotavirus vaccine to Good Shepherd charity baby home
The Taiwan branch of the multinational pharmaceutical firm GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) yesterday donated
Some 3,000 more Cuban doctors are to arrive in Brazil from Monday to join a government program to fill vacancies in the country's public health system.
What do Siberian tigers and older women have in common?
Parents should limit kids' tweeting and texting and keep smartphones and laptops out of bedrooms, a pediatricians group says.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisers on Friday unanimously voted in favor of a highly anticipated hepatitis C drug from Gilead Sciences that holds promise for millions infected with the liver-destroying virus.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) on Friday rejected a French request to tighten prescription guidelines on types of birth-control pills linked with a relatively higher risk of blood clots.
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