United Kingdom

.

Michael Pearson, Valeant’s Outgoing CEO Admits Dramatic Increases of Certain Drugs was a Mistake

Michael Pearson, Valeant’s Outgoing CEO Admits Dramatic Increases of Certain Dru

On Wednesday, Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc's outgoing CEO Mr. Pearson told a Senate committee that the company was too aggressive in radically raising its drug prices and it was a mistake. The company's new CEO and the board members promise that a change will be noticed soon.

Experts want food products to include labels with required exercise

Experts want food products to include labels with required exercise

People have backed a new system of labelling that would include food labels with how much exercise is needed to burn off the calories.

 

Angela Rippon inspires people to live healthier

Angela Rippon inspires people to live healthier

Famous newsreader, consumer journalist, host of Top Gear and Come Dancing, Angela Rippon is inspiring more people to live healthier lives.

TransCanada Corp to Keep a Part of Keystone Pipeline Shut for Remaining of the Week

TransCanada Corp to Keep a Part of Keystone Pipeline Shut for Remaining of the W

On Monday, TransCanada Corp. said the company had shut down some portions of its Keystone oil pipeline for this week as it investigates a likely oil leak in South Dakota.

On Saturday, workers discovered and reported signs of oil on a small patch of land approximately four miles from the Freeman pump station said the Canadian pipeline operator.

World now has more obese people than underweight, study

World now has more obese people than underweight, study

A major global study has shown that there are more obese people than underweight people across the world.

Experts say bowel cancer screening can save lives

Experts say bowel cancer screening can save lives

Health experts have said bowel cancer screening can be used to save several lives as effective treatment can be provided to the people.

Health service flooded with people who overateeggs

Health service flooded with people who overateeggs

The health service in the United Kingdom is overstretched to treat with people who indulged in overeating Easter eggs.

Recent Research Shows Gender Gap Still Exists

Recent Research Shows Gender Gap Still Exists

No matter how much discussion about equality in pay hits the centre stage, but, a recent report from Glassdoor Economic Research revealed that the gender pay gap still exists. It exists all over the world and much of it is unexplained.

Study expresses concern over variation in childbirth care in England

Study expresses concern over variation in childbirth care in England

According to a new review, there are variations in healthcare given to women when they give birth across hospitals in different parts of England.

Study shows reversal of diabetes is possible

Study shows reversal of diabetes is possible

A team of researchers at the Newcastle University have shown in a pioneering new study that diabetes can be reversed and patients can remain free of the illness.

Latest News

Protestors demonstrate against Trump at California Republican Convention
Clinton more accepting of criticism
Abbott Laboratories Acquiring Medical Technology and Service Company St. Jude fo
Amazon Beats Expectations with Strong First Quarter Earnings Report
Michael Pearson, Valeant’s Outgoing CEO Admits Dramatic Increases of Certain Dru
Facebook Inc Posted a Better than Expected Revenue with Boost in Mobile Advertis
Organic Consumers Association Files Lawsuit against Honest Company over its Prem
SpaceX Could Land Its Dragon Spacecraft on Mars as Soon as 2018
Man fleeing robbery, jumps White House fence
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton win big on recent big Tuesday
Twitter’s User Number Remain Almost Stagnant in the First Quarter
Japanese Carmaker Mitsubishi Admits of Misleading Fuel-Economy Testing for Some
Syndicate content