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States face mounting difficulties with performing executions after Lundbeck's refusal to sell pentobarbital to prison authorities

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Doctors Tell Congress How to Rein in Prescription Drug Abuse PDF Print E-mail

More than 125 physicians descended on Capitol Hill this week to demand some relief in their fight against prescription drug addiction.

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Doctors’ outcry stalls ‘secret shopper’ PDF Print E-mail

The Obama administration said Tuesday that it had shelved plans for a survey in which “mystery shoppers” posing as patients would call doctors’ offices to see how difficult it was to get appointments.

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Study: Heart Disease Deadly for Blacks PDF Print E-mail

A new study has found one of the possible reasons why African Americans are more likely to die from heart disease than their white counterparts.

 

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Concerns About Hospices’ Use PDF Print E-mail

Nancy Romeo, a medical review auditor at a hospice company filed a whistle-blower lawsuit against SouthernCare claiming that the company had fraudulently enrolled patients in hospice.

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America's flesh-eating cocaine problem PDF Print E-mail

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration recently reported that 82 percent of the cocaine it seizes has been cut with a veterinary drug that can rot away the skin on users' noses, cheeks, and ears.

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Mediation ordered in TVA coal ash spill case: A federal judge Monday gave TVA and plaintiffs suing the agency over the 2008 Kingston Fossil Plant coal ash spill 120 days to reach a settlement through mediation. ...
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