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Health Journalists. Ethics & Truth. Don't Shoot The Messenger.

In the U.S. there’s Health Journalism conference…. I think it ends today….

On health. For people. Presumably on the health of people. That intrigues me. 939 more words


Novogen shares jump 40% on cancer drug study

Drug manufacturer Novogen shares have surged 40 per cent after it reported a second successful cancer drug study in as many weeks.

Novogen said its experimental drug, Anisina, killed melanoma cells irrespective of their mutational status – a significant finding given that melanoma cancer is associated with a variety of mutations. 230 more words


Skymark Airlines to rebrand with a new name and livery

Skymark Airlines (Tokyo) continues to struggle as it reorganizes under bankruptcy protection. According to ZipanguFlyer, the carrier has confirmed it will rebrand and change its name and livery as possibly as early as July. 86 more words


It's really Ground Hog Day on National No Smoking Day.

Last year on No Smoking Day, Save E-cigs decided to look at the official No Smoking Day website to see how much information they were providing regarding e-cigarettes. 453 more words

Electronic Cigarettes

Nicotine Reduction Therapy, What's really safe? The Truth & Perspective on the Gum, Patch & Drugs Over E-Cigs.

Nicotine Reduction Therapy, A new perspective for the health community. Some, as seen below, cannot use certain methods. Just because they are approved, doesn’t mean there aren’t issues with the end user. 1,673 more words


JAL to expand Wi-Fi service on its Boeing 767-300 ERs and 787-8 Dreamliners

Japan Airlines-JAL (Tokyo) has been introducing its in-flight Wi-Fi service since July 2012 with its Boeing 777-300 ERs. The airline will start to include Boeing 767-300 ERs and Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners to introducing its  JAL SKY Wi-Fi service on more Europe, North America and long-haul Asia routes from March 3, 2015. 157 more words