This documentary challenges some of the long-held theories about cholesterol and statins, which have reaped big bucks for Big Pharma.
Bernama has come up with its own spin on the Economist Intelligence Unit’s report on the Malaysian general election. Compare the two reports below:
Is our underfunded public health care system able to cope with the crowds needing affordable health care? Some photos from the Penang General Hospital today. @anilnetto Here’s a pic of a crowd at lunch time in pharmacy in Pg GH: twitter.com/LittleHantu/st… — LittleHantu™ (@LittleHantu) August 27, 2012
Why isn’t this headline news? GlaxoSmithKline will have to cough up US$3bn to settle misdemeanour criminal charges in the largest case of healthcare fraud in US history.
Kuantan was turned into a sea of green this morning as some 15000 people turned up for the Himpunan Hijau 2.0 gathering to protest at Lynas Corporation’s construction of a rare earth refinery.
With income from health insurance contributions, government funding via general taxation, and ‘co-payments’, the proposed 1Care financing model would create a huge health care financing fund.
Some have suggested that “drug abuse” (usually taken to mean illegal or hardcore drugs) played a part in Whitney’s downfall, but reports have emerged that prescription pills were found around her hotel bath-tub.
Now that Anwar has been acquitted, the opposition alliance must quickly ride on the euphoria generated to explain its specific policies for improving the quality of life of Malaysians if it comes to power.