Antibiotic-resistant bacteria could soon be targeted with Alzheimer's drug
Dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria could soon be targeted with a drug initially developed to treat Alzheimer's disease.
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Virginia Tech and UC San Diego researchers team up to develop nonopioid drug for chronic pain
Researchers from the Virginia Tech School of Neuroscience are teaming with the University of California San Diego and the U.S. National Institutes of Health to develop a drug...
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Why isn't the MeToo mob sounding the alarm about Neil deGrasse Tyson, who stands accused of drugging and raping an astronomy student?
If he was a conservative Christian man who taught creation science instead of climate change, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson would have already been declared a dangerous...
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ART reduces antibiotic prescriptions for HIV-exposed infants
Malawian infants who were exposed to HIV but were uninfected were less likely to receive antibiotic therapy when either the infant or their mother received antiretroviral...
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Killing the liver-stage malaria parasite with baculovirus: a drug discovery approach
Currently, few antimalarial treatments exist that effectively kill liver-stage malaria parasite Plasmodium vivax, which can lay dormant for months or even years. Researchers...
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Naturally manage your blood cholesterol with fenugreek seeds
Having hyperlipidemia, or abnormally high cholesterol levels, can raise the risk of stroke and heart disease. These are the leading causes of death in the U.S. Apparently, some...
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The danger of natural supplements for sex performance and weight loss
Last week, the FDA warned against a natural pill because it contained hidden prescription drugs. C Michael White, of the University of Connecticut, explains the risks.
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Legalising cannabis will mean 100,000 people would become addicted to the drug, think tank warns
The Centre for Social Justice said evidence from home and abroad suggests that cannabis use is linked to mental health problems such as psychosis or impaired thinking.
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Statins ARE safe and patients shouldn't stop taking the drugs
Research published last week sparked uproar: Swiss scientists found the benefits only outweigh the risks for people with a very high heart attack risk. But the AHA says: take...
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Medicinal Marijuana Bill Passed in New Zealand
New Zealand's parliament passed a bill that allows the medicinal use of marijuana, making it possible for patients with chronic pain to acquire the drug with a prescription.
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One week of bad air can raise the risk of miscarriage by 16%, study warns
We know that living in polluted cities is damaging to a developing fetus, but for the first time, University of Utah researchers have found that even short-term spikes in bad...
How many pregnant women smoke in your town?
NHS figures for England have revealed one in 10 women across the country smoke tobacco while they're pregnant, and only 31 areas are below the national target of six per cent...
Flu jab is a lifesaver for heart failure patients
Researchers from the University of Copenhagen, led by cardiologist Dr Daniel Modin, urge for the flu jab to become part of the standard treatment for heart failure, like beta...
Cannabis addiction treatment is a success in clinical trial
The trial by Yale University included 70 men aged 18 to 55, who either got the treatment or a placebo before cutting out cannabis. Those who got the treatment had fewer...
More than 12,000 people are needlessly suffering heart attacks
People who take strong statins correctly are 33% less likely to die, a British study has found. Experts are concerned doctors are prescribing doses which are too weak.
60% of US adults don't do ANY muscle-strengthening exercises
Federal guidelines say US adults should be doing push-ups, weight lifting and sit-ups at least twice a week to maintain good health and lower the risks of diabetes, heart...
Just say no to cookie dough: CDC urges Americans to avoid the gooey delight
Raw eggs carry salmonella risk, and flour carries and E. coli risk - both of which can leave you sick for days, or even hospitalized.
Ivy League schools slammed for terrible mental health care in damning new report
None of the eight Ivy League schools met the Ruderman Family Foundation's criteria for mental health care for their students, a new report assessing the nation's top...
Establishing Positive Memories can Fight Off Anxiety Disorders
Anchoring positive memories after a traumatic incident can help in the treatment of anxiety-related problems and post- traumatic stress disorder .
Is acne genetic? World first study makes a 'huge leap forward' in finding...
Researchers from the National Institute for Health Research Biomedical Research Centre at Guy's and St Thomas' analysed the DNA of 26,700 people, of which 5,600 had acne.