By Julian Pecquet - 08/31/11 11:43 AM EDT
Presidential candidate Rick Perry is an “anti-choice zealot,” argues The New Republic.
The Daily Caller unearths Perry’s past support for Hillary Clinton’s effort to reform the healthcare system.
Gary Schwitzer’s HealthNewsReview blog pours cold water on reports linking chocolate to heart health.
India is closing its traditional Ayurvedic medical colleges that don’t meet national standards, reports BioPharma Today.
Healthcare workers are more likely than other Americans to use alternative medicine, according to U.S. News & World Report.
India doesn’t have drug advertising, but at least 100,000 traveling salespeople make their case in 20-second pitches to doctors, Bloomberg reports.
The Center for Health Media Policy interviews health policy reporter T.R. Reid about a PBS documentary he’s working on that examines U.S. health systems that provide good care for less money.