A Father Sues to Curb Junk Food as Diabetes Spreads in India
India is “sitting on a volcano” of diabetes. A father’s effort to ban junk food sales in and near schools.
Returned NRIs to Host American Medical Team For Performing 600 Free Surgeries in Gujarat
Two returned Non-Resident Indian doctors will host a 17-member medical team from Hawaii in rural Gujarat.
North Carolina Sues John Kapoor’s Insys Over Opioid Prescriptions
Subsys, an opioid oral spray for pain management for cancer patients, was prescribed to non-cancer patients, according to the lawsuit.
This Company is Ready to Flood the U.S. with Cheap HIV Drugs
Some generics that Laurus produces may eventually sell for 90 percent less than branded HIV drugs in the U.S.
‘It’s My Life’: Brain Cancer Motivates City Commissioner’s Activism
“It’s no surprise to me that in a moment of immense personal struggle and pain, Nisha is using her voice to speak out for others,” New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
UK Highly Polluted, Says Goa Chief Minister
The town of Swindon, where many Goans live, is highly polluted, Manohar Parrikar said.
Doctor Charged Over Unlawful Opioid Prescription, Healthcare Fraud in U.S.
Devendra Patel's arrest comes after U.S. government's efforts to stop “pill mill” physicians.