INVOcell mini-incubator may transform IVF treatment
The INVOcell mini-incubator is as effective as conventional IVF and can make fertility treatment cheaper and faster because fewer drugs and less monitoring are needed.
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New Novartis drug takes aim at tough-to-treat malaria
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Report reveals 'uphill' drug battle, poor hygiene and overcrowding at WA prison
The overcrowding issue in one of WA's largest prisons is becoming urgent, according to an independent government report.
4 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Surprising support in Bankstown for drug-testing welfare recipients
While some considered it intrusive, many people backed the federal government's trial.
4 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
1 Out of 12 Doctors Collecting Bonuses for Pushing Opioids
By Dr. Mercola More than 33,000 Americans were killed by opioids in 2015, and nearly half of them involved a prescription for the drugs. Each day, the U.S. Centers for Disease...
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Physicians fine-tune use of diabetes drugs after recent CV safety results
In 2008, the FDA challenged developers of new diabetes drugs to prove that these agents do not increase cardiovascular risk. Results from those studies are now coming in, and...
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FDA grants orphan drug designation to SY-1425 for acute myeloid leukemia
The FDA granted orphan drug designation to SY-1425 for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia, according to the drug's manufacturer.SY-1425 is an oral, first-in-class...
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Take a Number: Hospitals Are Clogged With Patients Struggling With Opioids
As President Trump declares a national emergency, new data indicates hospitalizations for problems linked to prescription and illicit opioid abuse have risen sharply.
8 hours ago - NY Times
'It will set western Sydney back 20 years'
The welfare drug testing model doesn't have heart and it certainly doesn't have brains.
9 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Rodrigo Duterte's drug war a 'deep concern' for Foreign Minister Julie Bishop
Foreign minister Julie Bishop says Australia is deeply concerned about a fresh wave of killings in the Philippines under president Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs.
10 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
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More dementia patients in A&E over lack of care home beds
A study by King's College London found the number of later-stage dementia patients making emergency visits to hospital jumped by 62 per cent between 2008 and 2013.
Looking Out for 'Signature' Causes of BRCAness in Breast Cancer Cells
Signature 3 presence or absence in breast cancer cells helps classify the rare BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations as harmful or not, reveals a new study.
Heart Safe Program Enhances CPR and AED Use in Participating Communities
Heart Safe program has been effective in helping communities and also play a significant role in providing citizen CPR education and AED placements
Exposure to outdoor light at night can increase breast cancer risk, claim...
Women who reside in areas with plenty of outdoor lighting at night may want to reconsider their living situation. The researchers behind a recent Harvard study uncovered a link...
Online opportunities-not loss of big account-drove finished products shift...
A shift in market dynamics-not a legal dispute with a key customer-is what drove ChromaDex to try for a second time the finished products route for one of its branded ingredients.
Calcium may not help prevent bone loss in men
Bone Mineral Density and rates of bone loss showed no association with dietary calcium intake in men, according to a recent study in British Journal of Nutrition.
Eating Disorders Linked To History Of Theft
Convictions could increase a patient's stress and anxiety, interrupt treatment and hamper recovery.
High blood pressure is on the rise in children and teens
The American Academy of Pediatrics released new guidelines to help detect high blood pressure in children and teens. This is after a study revealed that 3.5 percent have...
Of Course Donald Trump Stared Right Into The Eclipse Without Glasses
Donald Trump photographed enjoying the eclipse - without glasses Donald Trump did that thing that scientists have been warning us about for weeks: stared straight into the sun...
Parents are failing to put babies to sleep on their backs
Less than half of the babies in the US sleep on their backs all the time, despite doctors' warnings to parents that this sleeping position decreases a baby's risk of dying of SIDS.