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Express Scripts Report Says, there is Huge Increase in the Number of Americans, Spending $100,000 on Medicines

Express Scripts Report Says, there is Huge Increase in the Number of Americans,

Reportedly, the medical expenses for prescription medicines in the U. S are on the rise. In 2014, the medication cost of more than a half-million patients in the U. S. exceeded $50,000. It was a sixty three percent jump from the previous year. The costs went up as, doctors prescribed costlier and more of specialty drugs for treating diseases like hepatitis C and cancer.

Good News for the Diabetic: FDA Approved Mobile Medical Application for Sharing Real-time Blood Sugar Levels

Good News for the Diabetic: FDA Approved Mobile Medical Application for Sharing

The Food and Drug Administration approved the very first set of medical apps for mobiles which allows sharing of protected, real-time data by individuals who are suffering from diabetes. The new app will also allow use the individuals a continuous glucose monitoring.

Fifth Death Related to Flu in Bay Area; The First in Napa County

Fifth Death Related to Flu in Bay Area; The  First in Napa County

On Friday, the public health officials reported this season's first case of death related to flu in Napa County.

In the Bay area this is the fifth death that is connected to till now. Last week, the health officials of the county had announced four deaths which took place in San Francisco, Sonoma County and San Mateo County.

World Trade Center Reopens for Business after Thirteen Years of 9/11 Attack

World Trade Center Reopens for Business after Thirteen Years of 9/11 Attack

Monday marked a special day for the World Trade Center, as it opened for business after thirteen years of the horrific terrorist attack of 9/11. The resurrected building is bigger and better, looking greater than ever.

The executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Patrick Foye, declared "The New York City skyline is whole again."

Heart transplanted from dead patients to living patients conducted successfully

Heart transplanted from dead patients to living patients conducted successfully

Australian specialists have effectively transplanted "dead" hearts into patients at Sydney's St Vincent's healing center.

Menino halts cancer treatment, seeks palliative care

Menino halts cancer treatment, seeks palliative care

Previous Boston leader Thomas M. Menino has halted chemotherapy and other treatment for his inoperable growth, a choice that resounded Thursday with trouble and calls for petition to God in the city he headed for two decades.

Uber offers flu shots requested by a single tap on mobile

Uber offers flu shots requested by a single tap on mobile

Clients of the Uber auto administration know they can summon a ride with a couple of taps on a cell phone application. Anyway for a few hours Thursday, they could likewise request a winter health awareness staple - an influenza shot.

Deafened mice hear after treatment, makes people hopeful

Deafened mice hear after treatment, makes people hopeful

Hard of hearing mice saw their hearing restored utilizing another line of treatment that could hold some hope for people. The procedure was done in rodents who lost part of their listening ability because of inordinate commotion.

Reheating pasta makes it healthier

Reheating pasta makes it healthier

It's sufficient to provide for you an included taste for remains.

A test has observed that warming chilly pasta makes it healthier than the first supper.

Google Glass’ first addict

Google Glass’ first addict

Only 20 months after information giant Google propelled its Google Glass, the wearable multi-gadget giving contraption has asserted its first case of addiction.

Google Glass now joins the positions of other habit inducers, in the same way as Ps4 and Xbox One, or even Facebook, Twitter or other immersing social networking stages.

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