Articles by krishnakali sengupta

FDA In a warning letter sent to Johnson & Johnson's unit Animas Corp, the U.S. health regulator said the company continued to sell faulty insulin infusion pumps last year, despite being aware of its failure modes.
Jan 29, 2012
World Diabetes Day Controlling diabetes has been one of the biggest concerns for medical practitioners and policy makers over the past few decades, as its toll on health and economy continues to rise alarmingly.
Jan 29, 2012
A new study has found that chlorophyll in green vegetables reduces tumors up to a point, but high exposure to cancer causing agents can have just the reverse effect.
Jan 28, 2012
A new report reveals that 45.9 million or almost 20 percent of the adult American population experienced mental illness in the past year, but a majority of them refrained from getting medical help due to lack of insurance coverage.
Jan 28, 2012
Next time someone gives you that jeering look while you gossip, tell them it's not such a bad habit after all. A new study from the University of California, Berkeley, suggests that rumor-mongering can actually help lower stress, prevent exploitation and, more importantly, keep the bad guys at bay.
Jan 28, 2012
About 5 million Americans, mostly women, suffer from a rare disease that they most probably have never heard of, but the condition could lead to high blood pressure, stroke and aneurysms.
Jan 27, 2012