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A computer and one expert are as effective at spotting breast cancer as the two experts who usually used to read mammograms in the UK, according to a New England Journal of Medicine study. The BBC reports that these results may help the NHS expand mammagraphy to more women without placing greater demand on the existing workforce.

Wal-Mart is the first of eight Dossia members to offer its employees a personal health record.

California will become the first state to require restaurants to post calorie information on menus. Will consumers think twice before ordering that 2,000-calorie fettuccine alfredo?

A judge ordered Medtronic and Boston Scientific to pay Johnson & Johnson $1.2 billion in a lawsuit over patent infringement on a stent. It’s quite the time to have to deal with the 10-year-old lawsuit.

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Hi There..
Trust you are at your best.
Just want to share one Health 2.0 news with you, we have started a Health care portal in Bangalore, India. Where we are providing online health consultation thru “Live Chat” with a Doctors.
It’s a world first portal which provide live interaction with Doctors.
We will request you to visit this portal once and if you can featured this in your blog it will give benefit to the public.
Best Regards,
Nitesh

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California the first? We’ve had caloric info on menus here in NY for a while, story here http://www.cspinet.org/new/200707091.html or NYC here http://www.cnn.com/2008/HEALTH/diet.fitness/01/22/calories.menus/index.html