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Hospital admits tools not properly sterilized

Approximately 160 patients may be at risk of developing a staph infection, following a North Carolina hospital’s admission that it had neglected to sterilize surgical instruments.

Experts uncertain about effects of drugs in drinking water

Questions about the effects of trace amounts of pharmaceuticals that are found in Americans’ drinking water continue to cause concern among both scientists and members of the public.

Study: Many doctors misinterpret statistics

With something as serious as your health at stake, you might expect doctors to be able to look at medical research data and produce meaningful results for patients.

FDA accused of being “asleep at the switch” over BPA

Some studies have suggested that the chemical bisphenol A (BPA) could be linked to a number of different health problems, ranging from heart disease to cancer, even in low doses.

Syndrome X: The Sugar Disease

Do you know the root cause of degenerative disease… heart disasters… cancer… diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease? It may surprise you to learn it comes from America’s obsession with sugar. And more than 75 million folks suffer from Syndrome X-or the inability of your body to correctly use insulin. What’s more, the medical industry doesn’t want you to do anything about it! Why? It will hurt their profit that’s why! Keep reading…

Law could make NH hospitals disclose mistakes

New Hampshire hospitals that are guilty of serious errors may soon be required to report these missteps to the public, under a new law that is under consideration in the state.

Pediatricians admit struggles with disclosing errors

When a child’s health is at stake, parents may expect complete candor from doctors and pediatricians – but in reality, is this always the case?

Pfizer accused of suppressing study results

A lawsuit has been filed against pharmaceutical firm Pfizer, alleging that the company attempted to suppress negative research about its epilepsy drug, Neurontin.

Melamine OK in small doses, FDA says

Despite a health scare in which tens of thousands of Chinese babies have fallen ill due to melamine in their formula, the Food and Drug Administration has said that products containing small amounts of the chemical are not dangerous for adults.

Hospital disinfectants could create resistant bacteria

We expect hospitals to use disinfectants and other cleaning products to kill germs and protect us, but new researchers suggest this practice – if administered incorrectly – could have dangerous consequences.

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