Win recalls frozen raspberries from 10 states because of norovirus test
More frozen berries have been recalled. WinCo Foods LLC is recalling frozen red raspberries because of potential contamination with norovirus. The Food and Drug Administration...
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Kids' Behavior Tied to Prenatal Exposure to Epilepsy Drugs
While almost a third of children exposed prenatally to valproate have clinically relevant problem behaviors at age 6 or 7 years, exposure to other drugs also increases the...
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Novel Drug Could Be 'Disease Modifying' in Sickle Cell Disease
An investigational agent, the first-in-class drug voxelotor, is seen as potentially ‘disease-modifying' as it targets mechanisms that cause anemia. Medscape Medical News
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Marijuana damages teen brains, top doctors say as they call for the drug to be banned for under-25s
Dr Kenneth L Davis, CEO of Mount Sinai Health System, and Dr Mary Jeanne Kreek, of Rockefeller University, warn the studies we do have all show weed deals a blow to teen brains.
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Older women with osteoporosis, multiple comorbidities have high probability of hip fracture
Women aged 80 and older with osteoporosis and substantial comorbidity have a high 5-year probability of hip fracture and may still benefit from drug therapy for prevention of...
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Cell biology: Preventing drugs from being transported out of the cell
A research team has investigated the transport mechanism of a bacterial membrane protein using an artificially produced antibody fragment. The transport proteins, called ABC...
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Trump administration sued regarding rule that puts drug prices in TV ads
Amgen, Merck, Eli Lilly and the Association of National Advertisers sued the Trump administration last week, seeking to avoid complying with an HHS rule that requires the list...
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Diroximel Fumarate Shows Low GI Adverse Events in MS
The novel drug for relapsing multiple sclerosis is designed to reduce gastrointestinal events compared to dimethyl fumarate. Medscape Medical News
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CV Benefit of Newer Type 2 Diabetes Drugs Not Seen in Blacks
In cardiovascular outcomes trials for type 2 diabetes drugs, data weren't significant for benefit among the small number of black and African American participants. Medscape...
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Getting a Good Night's Sleep Without Drugs
Alternatives to prescription drugs for insomnia offer better, safer and more long-lasting solutions, experts say.
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All Of The CUTEST Father's Day Instagram Posts From Celebs
Celebs went all out with sweet Father's Day Instagram posts including touching messages and adorable photos Yesterday was the day to celebrate all the great dads in our lives...
Lung damage can now be measured with a sensor almost as thin a human HAIR
The probe, which is just 0.2mm in diameter, contains 19 sensors that pick up on abnormal acidity and oxygen levels deep in the lungs. It was created by scientists at the...
A personalized diet can reduce the risk of diabetes
The number of people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes each year continues to increase. There can be little doubt that the standard American diet - high in junk food and sugary...
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to file lawsuits against New York State for repealing...
Back in April, the bureaucrats of New York State decided that it's within their jurisdictional purview to eliminate the right of parents to opt their children out of mandatory...
Immune System to Slow Degenerative Retinitis Pigmentosa
Complement system found to play a vital role to slow retinal degeneration in a mouse model of retinitis pigmentosa.
Nanoparticle-based Test for Early Detection of Diseases Identified
Building on new insights about nanoparticles, investigators developed a test for early detection of diseases, including different types of cancer.
Scientists Convert Type A Blood to Type O Blood
Scientists have discovered two enzymes produced by gut bacteria that can convert type A into type O blood (which can be given to persons of all blood types). This finding could...
Blood Pressure Drug Found Useful for Alzheimer's Disease
Hypertension drug may hold promise for Alzheimer's disease, according to Hypertension journal report.
1 Piece of Equipment You Need to Maximize Your Home Workouts
I'm a firm believer that, with the right mindset and an open space, you can accomplish a good workout pretty much anywhere. Do bodyweight HIIT in your bedroom! Pick up some...
Hepatitis C Transmission can be Prevented from Mothers to Babies: Study
Hepatitis C virus transmission can largely be prevented from mothers to babies if screening for HCV in pregnancy is done prior, reveals a new study.