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Medicare’s Financial Stability has Improved

Medicare’s Financial Stability has Improved

The Affordable Care Act and other government policies that have been subduing health care spending have led to the improvement of Medicare's financial stability, said a new forecast.

Danone SA Wants to Sell its Medical Nutrition Unit

Danone SA Wants to Sell its Medical Nutrition Unit

Danone SA, a French food-products multinational company, wants to sell its medical nutrition unit. The consumer products and dairy giant is holding meetings with Hospira Inc., U. S.

Exxon to Provide Benefits to Same-Sex Married Couples

Exxon to Provide Benefits to Same-Sex Married Couples

As per recent reports, it has been unveiled that Exxon Mobil Corp has made an announcement that is going to benefit legally married same-sex couples in the US.

Entrepreneurs would benefit from Obamacare

Entrepreneurs would benefit from Obamacare

A novel study has shed light on the fact that the Affordable Care Act is positive for small businesses and entrepreneurs.

Survey Of Cancer Treatment Commissioned

Survey Of Cancer Treatment Commissioned

To help improve cancer treatments services on the Isle of Man, a survey of cancer patients has been commissioned by the Department of Health (DoH) to find out more about their experiences.

Unions Concerned Over Health Jobs

Unions Concerned Over Health Jobs

Cuts to frontline health jobs by the Tasmanian Government has seen it under pressure to review the cuts, over fears they may result in half the Royal Hobart Hospital’s acute care wards closing down.

Making Organ Donation Usual At Sherwood Forest Hospitals Trust

Making Organ Donation Usual At Sherwood Forest Hospitals Trust

In support of National Transplant Week to be held from 4th to 10th July, Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is offering information on organ donation.

Government Plans To Lure Doctors To Country WA

Government Plans To Lure Doctors To Country WA

Plans for recruiting more doctors to the bush have been detailed by the State Government, which is allocating $183 million from the Royalties for Regions Programme for hiring 44 general practitioners,

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Research to study perception of insects as food in Australia

A group of researchers are planning to conduct a research study into the perception of insects as food among consumers in Australia.

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