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Budget Showdown Leads to Partial FDA Shutdown

US government agencies, including FDA, faced the first shutdown in 17 years when the House of Representatives and Senate failed to reach agreement on a budget. Date:  ...

Obamacare Set To Spike? Um…

By JOE FLOWER So it’s all over the news space and the shrieking blogosphere, with headlines like, “Obamacare Rates To Spike Up To 51%,” “Obamacare Hell…” and “Obamacare Inflationary Delu...

3 Ways Obamacare Is Impacting Medical Tech Hiring

Like any other aspect of Obamacare, the tax on medical device sales is controversial. Implemented in January 2013, the legislation imposes a 2.3 percent excise tax on the sale of...

Sierra Leone plans another shutdown to stop Ebola's spread

Sierra Leone is planning another three-day, countrywide shutdown later this month to ferret out Ebola cases, remind people how to protect themselves from the disease and control its transmission.

Most-Read News Stories of 2013

While the Affordable Care Act, Pope Francis, and the government shutdown were top general news stories in 2013, the bio/pharmaceutical industry had its own headlines. Date:  ...

10 Ebola cases found during Sierra Leone's shutdown

Sierra Leone says it found 10 new Ebola cases during a three-day countrywide shutdown and an official says the West African nation is now at the "tail end" of the epidemic.

How Obamacare Changed Health Insurance -- Maybe

There's no debate that Obamacare has expanded health coverage in America — but one big question has been by how many people. And RAND researchers think they've got the answer: 16.9 million. Nearly ...

How Obamacare Changed Health Insurance ... Maybe

There's no debate that Obamacare has expanded health coverage in America — but one big question has been by how many people. And RAND researchers think they've got the answer: 16.9 million. Nearly ...

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The 2013 US Government Shutdown (#Shutdown) and Health: An Emerging Role for Social Media.

In October 2013, multiple United States (US) federal health departments and agencies posted on Twitter, "We're sorry, but we will not be tweeting or responding to @replies during the shutdown. We'll b...

Fibrinolysis shutdown phenotype masks changes in rodent coagulation in tissue injury versus hemorrhagic shock.

Systemic hyperfibrinolysis (accelerated clot degradation) and fibrinolysis shutdown (impaired clot degradation) are associated with increased mortality compared with physiologic fibrinolysis after tra...

Editorial: Support for Obamacare?

Unraveling Obamacare - Can Congress and the Supreme Court Undo Health Care Reform?

Midterm elections usually produce bad outcomes for the President's party in Congress, and 2014 was no exception. Democrats suffered substantial defeats in both federal and state elections, while Repub...

Obamacare and Immigration Reform: Is It Time to Promote Occupational and Agricultural Health and Safety?

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