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  • Freeze? What freeze? FDA in line for another budget boost

     
    The Food and Drug Administration is a screaming exception to the Obama administration’s freeze on discretionary spending in the 2011 budget. Overall, the FDA budget could grow by as much as 23% to just over $4 billion from the current......
  • Minimally invasive surgery great for patients, not so hot for surgeons

     
    Minimally invasive surgery, known formally as laparoscopic surgery, has proved a boon for patients over the last 20 years, minimizing hospital stays, speeding recovery and reducing the cosmetic consequences of operations. But new evidence suggests the...
  • FDA urged to better police food, supplements

     
    A new report released this morning by the influential Institute of Medicine proposes calls for the Food and Drug Administration to apply the same scientific rigor to evaluating health claims for food and nutritional supplements as it does to determining...
  • The Look for Less: Adjustable-screw industrial stools at not-so-screwy prices

     
    Nothing says I live in a loft (or would like you to think I do) with more immediacy than the humble work stool with a seat that adjusts on a visible industrial screw. You can find the odd one at various prices from vintage furniture stores and flea...
  • Christine O'Donnell-Chris Coons debate: Full transcript

     
    Every debate word between Republican Christine O'Donnell and Democrat Chris Coons -- and there were a lot of them....
  • Pennsylvania Senate debate: Pat Toomey vs. Joe Sestak

     
    Full transcript. ABC News stages another U.S. Senate debate, this one in the Keystone state....
  • Warby Parker’s affordable, vintage-inspired eyewear

     
    If you’re one of the millions of people in America who wears some sort of corrective eyewear to drive, read, watch a movie or simply tie your own shoe, you know how expensive a pair of new frames and lenses......
  • Manufacturing report shows growth in production [Updated]

     
    Activity in U.S. manufacturing grew for the 17th straight month in December, according to a report out Monday. New orders, production and prices all grew in December, according to the Institute for Supply Management manufacturing report. "We saw...
  • Storm hampers effort to restore power

    The rainstorm that hit the Baltimore area on the heels of Tropical Storm Isabel plunged 56,000 more people into darkness and made Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s effort to restore power to all customers that much harder. But it is too soon to tell...