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UK researchers develop ’cure’ for Type 2 diabetes: starve yourself
British researchers have developed what they say is a "cure" for Type 2 diabetes, the most common form of the...
Economy led to cuts in use of healthcare
The economic crisis in the United States has reduced the use of routine medical care, and the cutbacks here are much...
Web Exclusive: Rogue Stem Cell Clinics Damage Global Health
As legitimate and ethical research has emerged abroad, rogue stem cell clinics have also set up shop in countries...
More Americans likely to opt for overseas medical treatment
Research by the Deloitte Center has found that outbound medical tourism is expected to increase over the next three to...
Medical tourism trends will have increasing impact on healthcare
Research and Markets has introduced a new report, "Global Medical Tourism," focusing on this trend that is...
Healthcare costs: A market-based view
Healthcare spending has grown by about 2% annually over the past 50 years, and experts only see more growth into the...
Dubai could be feeling economic stresses
While the United Arab Emirates have been accustomed to growth and surplus in the past, recent reports of mounting debt...
Lessons form Asia: Managing capital projects
As capital projects are common among healthcare organizations and the economy slows, project managers looking to keep...
Brazil court rules in favor of stem cell research
Brazil’s Supreme Court ruled that scientists can conduct embryonic stem cell research, which holds the promise of...
Health views differ along ethnic lines
Minorities are more likely than white patients to rate their healthcare as fair or poor, according to researchers at...