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Pot doc to Become the First to lose His License

Pot doc to Become the First to lose His License

A state official has extended a confirmation this morning that the Colorado doctor facing accusations of recommending medical marijuana to 6 months pregnant women is the same doctor who was arrested this summer in a stealthy police sting operation.

Sally Jackson to Shut her Cheesemaking Business

Sally Jackson to Shut her Cheesemaking Business

Sally Jackson Cheese of Oroville, Wash witnesses a bad day on Friday. The famous cheesemaker is reported to have announced a voluntary recall of all its cheeses on Friday following the emergence of a stern warning from the Food and Drug Administration linking its products to E. coli contamination.

For A Happy Marriage Sex Needs Delay

For A Happy Marriage Sex Needs Delay

Indeed it is wise to explore the sexual compatibility of our partner before planning a wedding but the point to be thought is where does sex fits in the process of falling in love and exchanging the rings. 

Discovery of New Anti – HIV Drug With Fewer Side Effects

Discovery of New Anti – HIV Drug With Fewer Side Effects

AIDS awareness program nowadays is the need of an hour to keep the check on the deadly virus named HIV.

After 10 Years a Blinded Man Got His Vision Back

After 10 Years a Blinded Man Got His Vision Back

After 10 years a blind man is able to see again with the help of the artificial cornea. The person named Norman Simpson damaged his one good eye in an accident and lost his all the hopes to see again.

His life was like without colors because of his blindness. Everything seems to be black and white for him.

Astra, Abbott Decide to Shelve Centriad

Astra, Abbott

Board members of Astra Zeneca must be a disappointed lot, as another drug project of the pharmaceutical giant has been called off. The latest development would definitely be a big setback for the conglomerate as this is the third such incident that has taken place.

Doctor Arrested for Misusing Official Information

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A doctor from West Texas was jailed on the charges of using official information in an unethical manner to take revenge against medical workers. The two nurses against whom the doctor was retaliating had complaint about the doctor to the state medical board.

EPA Calls for Chemical Testing in Tap Water

Tap Water

The EPA on Wednesday reported to be in process of releasing guidance to the utilities so as to explain them the procedure to test for the chemical in tap water.

In addition, the agency promised to facilitate technical assistance to the 31 cities picked up in the survey - including Washington and Bethesda. The survey was conducted by Environmental Working Group.

Abbott Announces Recall of Its Glucose Test Strips

Abbott Laboratories

Abbott Laboratories is reported to have announced a voluntary recall on Wednesday for its glucose test strips that are used as a tool for monitoring diabetics' blood sugar. It is claimed that the recall of over 359 million glucose test strips because the strips gave inaccurate readings to the patients.

DOH Recommends Not Using Fireworks and Firecrackers this Festive Season

DOH Recommends Not Using Fireworks and Firecrackers this Festive Season

The Department of Health (DOH) is recommending people not to lighting fireworks and firecrackers this festive season so as to prevent injuries and fatalities.

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