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FDA warns Hampton Creek Foods over "misbranding"

FDA warns Hampton Creek Foods over "misbranding"

The US Food and Drug Administrationhas issued warning to the Hampton Creek Foods, which is the company behind Just Mayo, over misbranding some of its products.

Drug-related deaths rise by a third in Glasgow, study

Drug-related deaths rise by a third in Glasgow, study

According to a new study, the total number of drug related deaths rose by about a third during the year 2014.

Researchers treat brain cancer patient using skin cancer drug

Researchers treat brain cancer patient using skin cancer drug

Researchers are looking for a new form of clinical trial named as a basket trial that is intended to look at responses to drugs that are based on specific mutations in tumors of the patients as oppose

Researchers offer new Breast Cancer Treatment

Researchers offer new Breast Cancer Treatment

Researchers have made available new affordable treatment for breast cancers involving two low-cost categories of drugs that are now available in its generic form.

Researcher warns over poison Ivy Oil

Researcher warns over poison Ivy Oil

A dermatologist in the United States has released information that could help protect against the effects of poison ivy plant.

Reaction to smells could help detect autism, study

Reaction to smells could help detect autism, study

According to a new study, it might be possible for experts to diagnose autism in children by measuring their reaction to smells.

UK drink limits are ‘unsafe’, says doctors

UK drink limits are ‘unsafe’, says doctors

Medical experts have said that the alcohol drinking limits in the UK is at unsafe level and must be lowered especially following concerns from doctors that the guidelines are not tough enough.

South Korea to infuse $13 billion to boost growth

South Korea to infuse $13 billion to boost growth

The government in South Korea has announced that it will infuse more than 15 trillion won or $13 billion on Thursday in order to boost economic growth as the MERS virus affects the economic growth.

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Head of Alcatel-Lucent defends payment of EUR 14-Million

On Monday, the head of telecoms equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent said no to government pressurizing him to give up bonuses which could give him about EUR 14 million, as part of its buyout by rival Nokia.

The head of the French-American company since 2013, Michel Combes, told the business daily Les Echos that the payments were not...

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