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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – The use of performance-enhancing drugs is now a public health matter rather than simply a sporting problem, delegates said at a top anti-doping conference.

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Gov. Romney has promised to repeal Obama care. Romney argues that each state should be able to resolve its own issues about health care. He says that the Democrats of Massachusetts wanted the Health Care law they now have. However, a “one size fits all” health care law imposed by the federal government is an encroachment on states’ rights and is wrong. The Right Wing Reverend agrees.

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CHICAGO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The head of the Federal Communications Commission is asking for a review of the agency’s stance on radiofrequency energy emitted from cell phones amid lingering concerns that the devices may cause brain tumors.

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(Reuters) – In the past, money was no object when cancer specialists considered which drugs would provide the best treatment for their patients.

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Women's rights are not a 'cultural' issue
Contraception is preventative health care. Women's bodies are different than men's bodies and have different medical needs. To deny women health care based on those differences is to deny women a basic human right. It's sex discrimination, and it is …
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An Optimal Solution to US Health Care
If unchecked, more Americans will be without health care coverage in the future due to high cost. Health care should be treated as a basic human rights issue, and that is the way it is being treated in most of the European Union.
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Allied Healthcare Group increases stake in Coridon to 44%
Allied Healthcare received strong investor support for its recent capital raising, netting a further A$ 2 million. This represents a take-up of over 40% of the rights issue and, importantly, Allied Healthcare has received strong interest in taking up …
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Issue is about freedom, not contraception
We have had reams of paper and gallons of ink spilled over this matter, all concerned with the pros and cons of the public's stance over contraception. Most of it has been condemnation of Republicans as being "anti-birth control," which in the long run …
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It's Never Too Soon: Make Your Final Wishes Known
My mother, whose health declined while she shuttled in and out of the hospital, collapsed at home from a pulmonary embolus — a blockage of an artery in her lungs. Although she had prepared an "advanced care directive" that detailed her wish that she …
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Response to “Government Rape” : Preliminary procedures
This basic standard of care is rarely questioned, even if it is sometimes uncomfortable or unwanted. It comes down to this: If you consent to the actual procedure or surgery, you consent to all the preliminary care that goes along with it.
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Should health care be an issue in federal election?
Although health care falls under provincial jurisdiction, it has becoming a hot-button issue in the federal election campaign. NDP Leader Jack Layton said the future of health care in Canada hinges on the outcome of the election.[...]
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Swiss health care team seeks hospital tie-ups
JEDDAH: A Swiss health care team is currently on a tour of Saudi Arabia, studying prospects for building relationships in the medical field.
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Santa Rosa forum will look at impacts of federal health care law
The new federal health care law and what it means to you will be the subject of a forum from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Santa Rosa City Council chambers.
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Should health care be an issue in federal election?
Although health care falls under provincial jurisdiction, it has becoming a hot-button issue in the federal election campaign. NDP Leader Jack Layton said the future of health care in Canada hinges on the outcome of the election.[...]
Read more on Niagara Falls Review

Health Column: Requirements for home health care
Dear Marci, I need home health care. Will Medicare cover this? Boris Dear Boris, Medicare will help pay for your home care if all of the following are true: • You are housebound, meaning it takes a considerable and taxing effort to leave your home. • You need skilled nursing care on a part-time or [...]
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GOP’s latest proposal for Planned Parenthood funding
Planned Parenthood, the group at the center of the federal budget stalemate, has long been a target of conservatives who have been eager for an opportunity to cut off the taxpayer money it gets to provide health services to low-income women.
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okay, well I am a student writing a paper on the health care issue, but I don’t know what it is. Can someone please tell me what the Republicans and Democrats sides are regarding health care…and what’s the whole debate in the news nowadays regarding health care? Why do people think universal health care would be bad?? How does taxes and the health care companies get affected with this??

Please do answer soon as best as to your abilities

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