Photostream

    • 12 MAY 18
    • 0

    Pharma

    In Depth Pharma articles Source Article from http://feeds.cbsnews.com/~r/CBSNewsHealth/~3/3pV_stBfgqo/

    Read more →
    • 11 MAY 18
    • 0

    Babies prefer sounds of other babies

    Babies go gaga over other babies’ goo-goos, a new study finds. Researchers found that 5-month-old infants spent 40 percent longer listening to sounds from other infants than to adults making the same sounds. Even before they can create sounds resembling syllables — such as “ba ba ba” — infants can recognize vowel-like sounds and pay

    Read more →
    • 10 MAY 18
    • 0

    The top-rated sunscreens of 2018

    As the weather finally warms up, Consumer Reports has released its annual report on the best sunscreens to protect you and your family this summer. The report rated 73 lotions, sprays, and sticks for effectiveness and accuracy of SPF labeling. SPF, or sun protection factor, is the measure of how well a sunscreen protects against

    Read more →
    • 10 MAY 18
    • 0

    104-year-old belts out Beethoven before assisted suicide

    BASEL, Switzerland — A 104-year-old Australian man ended his own life by way of assisted suicide in Switzerland on Thursday, a day after cheerily singing a few bars from “Ode to Joy,” to the tune of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, and telling reporters the procedure should be more widely available and not only viewed as a

    Read more →
    • 09 MAY 18
    • 0

    "It has the potential to kill people": Thousands face eviction from nursing homes

    BATON ROUGE, La. — In Louisiana, tens of thousands of elderly and disabled people could soon lose their Medicaid benefits because the state faces a budget shortfall of more than $500 million. Eviction notices are going out Thursday to thousands in nursing homes and group homes. Betty Waller, 89, is a polio survivor and lives

    Read more →
    • 09 MAY 18
    • 0

    New prostate cancer screening guidelines released

    Read more →
    • 09 MAY 18
    • 0

    Major drug distributors downplay contribution to opioid crisis in testimony before Congress

    The heads of five major drug distribution companies downplayed their contribution to the opioid crisis on Tuesday while testifying before a Congressional subcommittee tasked with investigating the epidemic spurred by abuse of opioids. Their testimony drew bipartisan wrath and one Republican suggested prison terms for some company officials.  Miami-Luken CEO Joseph Mastandrea told the House

    Read more →