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Patients Rank Pharma Companies in New Perspective Survey PATIENTS RANK PHARMA COMPANIES IN NEW PERSPECTIVE SURVEY

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Apr 19, 2019

It is probably fair to say that a significant number of people have a love-hate relationship with the pharma industry. People love the medications and innovations that treat a wide swath of diseases and illnesses, yet, when it comes to list prices, t...

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5 Top Healthcare Stocks to Buy in 2019 5 TOP HEALTHCARE STOCKS TO BUY IN 2019

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Apr 19, 2019

We're nearing the end of another decade. It had been a decade in which stocks have generally performed very well. And one sector has outperformed the S&P 500 index in total return every year but one this decade. Which sector is it? If you gue...

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United Therapeutics Fires Back After Sandoz Files Anti-Competitive Lawsuit Over PAH Drug UNITED THERAPEUTICS FIRES BACK AFTER SANDOZ FILES ANTI-COMPETITIVE LAWSUIT OVER PAH DRUG

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Apr 19, 2019

United Therapeutics is taking on accusations that it is unfairly blocking competitors from launching generic versions of the company’s top-selling pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) drug, Remodulin.

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The Fast-Approaching Changes Business Owners Will Need to Watch Out for Ahead THE FAST-APPROACHING CHANGES BUSINESS OWNERS WILL NEED TO WATCH OUT FOR AHEAD

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Apr 19, 2019

When it comes to labor law, it is a changing landscape for area businesses, proven by Jackson Lewis’s recent year-ahead review. The 2019: Year Ahead for Employers, published recently by the nationwide law firm, sheds light on a range of pressin...

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White House Continues to Tackle Opioid Abuse With $350 Million R&D Initiative WHITE HOUSE CONTINUES TO TACKLE OPIOID ABUSE WITH $350 MILLION R&D INITIATIVE

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Apr 19, 2019

The goal of this investment is to reduce opioid-overdose deaths by as much as 40 percent in communities across four states that have been hit hard by the epidemic. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 116 Americans die daily...

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Early Physician Ally Will Serve as Witness Against Drug Manufacturers EARLY PHYSICIAN ALLY WILL SERVE AS WITNESS AGAINST DRUG MANUFACTURERS

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Apr 19, 2019

Dr. Russell Portenoy, a professor at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and an early physician ally of Purdue Pharma LP. whose views helped drive the push for addictive pain relievers for common aches and pains in the United States, has agreed t...

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Lower dose of Pfizer-Lilly painkiller misses main goals in late stage study LOWER DOSE OF PFIZER-LILLY PAINKILLER MISSES MAIN GOALS IN LATE STAGE STUDY

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Apr 19, 2019

A study, being carried out by the companies to test the effectiveness of lower doses of tanezumab for osteoarthritis, reported negative results. A lower dose of non-opioid painkiller developed by Pfizer and Eli Lilly and Company failed to meet main g...

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Microbix Announces Management Changes MICROBIX ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT CHANGES

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Apr 18, 2019

An innovator of biological products and technologies, announces that it has appointed Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Hughes as its Chief Operating Officer ("COO") and that Mrs. Kathryn Froh, its Vice President, Diagnostics is retiring from her full-time...

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PathLAKE: Benefitting Pathologists With Exemplary Projects PATHLAKE: BENEFITTING PATHOLOGISTS WITH EXEMPLARY PROJECTS

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Apr 17, 2019

David is Consultant Histopathologist and Clinical lead for Coventry and Warwickshire Pathology Services (CWPS), a network of labs hosted by University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust. As head of the UHCW Digital Pathology Centre of E...

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Rite Aid To Stop e-Cigarette Sales In Its Stores, Sell CBD Products In Two States RITE AID TO STOP E-CIGARETTE SALES IN ITS STORES, SELL CBD PRODUCTS IN TWO STATES

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Apr 16, 2019

With a crackdown on the e-cigarettes, Rite Aid is now going to sell CBD products comprising of creams, lip balms and lotion in its 200 stores spread across states of Oregon and Washington this month. This step has been taken after the interests of th...

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Side Effects: Nearly A Year In, Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Law Still Has Issues To Work Out SIDE EFFECTS: NEARLY A YEAR IN, PENNSYLVANIA’S MEDICAL MARIJUANA LAW STILL HAS ISSUES TO WORK OUT

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Apr 16, 2019

Tucked into Penn Avenue in the Strip District, across from Roxanne’s Dried Flowers, sits another kind of dried flower shop: the CY+ Dispensary. Owned by Cresco Labs, the medical cannabis retail store opened in June 2018 and several months later...

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Scientist.com Launches Trial Insights, A Transformative Clinical Trials Data Analytics Solution SCIENTIST.COM LAUNCHES TRIAL INSIGHTS, A TRANSFORMATIVE CLINICAL TRIALS DATA ANALYTICS SOLUTION

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Apr 16, 2019

The online marketplace for outsourced research, announced today the launch of Trial Insights, a digital reporting solution that simplifies data produced through clinical trial, biomarker and medical diagnostic studies into an intuitive and user-frien...

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Need more pharmacists in Uganda NEED MORE PHARMACISTS IN UGANDA

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Apr 16, 2019

The world commemorated the World Health Workers Week from April 1-7. The week is meant to celebrate the amazing work done by health workers and to raise awareness on the challenges they face. “Most importantly, it is to provide an opportunity t...

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Vetter’s Skokie Facility Expansion Nears Completion VETTER’S SKOKIE FACILITY EXPANSION NEARS COMPLETION

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Apr 16, 2019

Vetter, a global operating Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO) announced today that a significant level of expansion activities are nearing completion at its US clinical manufacturing facility located at the Illinois Science &a...

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Pharmaceutical manufacturers resist calls for transparency on medicine prices PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURERS RESIST CALLS FOR TRANSPARENCY ON MEDICINE PRICES

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Apr 16, 2019

The International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA) says health activists’ call last week for greater transparency on medicine prices could backfire, and drive up drug costs in low and middle-income countries. ...

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Takeda adds reinforcement to its investor charm offensive TAKEDA ADDS REINFORCEMENT TO ITS INVESTOR CHARM OFFENSIVE

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Apr 16, 2019

Financing and creating enduring confidence around a deal like Takeda’s $62 million purchase of Shire. To continue reading The Pharma Letter please login,  subscribe or claim a 7 day free trial subscription and access exclusive features, in...

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AroCell and Corgenix establish the measurement of Thymidine
Kinase. AROCELL AND CORGENIX ESTABLISH THE MEASUREMENT OF THYMIDINE KINASE.

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Apr 15, 2019

This collaboration will make AroCell’s patented biomarker assay available both as a service and as in the already existing AroCell TK 210 ELISA kit for measurements of TK1 protein concentrations in human serum samples. This will provide maximum...

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Santhera to Present Long-term Efficacy Results with Idebenone in DMD. SANTHERA TO PRESENT LONG-TERM EFFICACY RESULTS WITH IDEBENONE IN DMD.

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Apr 15, 2019

Pratteln, Switzerland, April 15, 2019 – Santhera Pharmaceuticals (SIX: SANN) and its collaborating clinical experts present results of long-term efficacy on respiratory function outcomes in idebenonetreated patients with Duchenne muscular dystr...

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Pharma Industry News at 15 April 2019 | PharmaState PHARMA INDUSTRY NEWS AT 15 APRIL 2019 | PHARMASTATE

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Apr 15, 2019

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Does the Falsified Medicines Directive go far enough across the supply chain. DOES THE FALSIFIED MEDICINES DIRECTIVE GO FAR ENOUGH ACROSS THE SUPPLY CHAIN.

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Apr 15, 2019

As one of the largest health threats to populations around the world, falsified medicine has become a central focus of governments, agencies and pharmaceutical companies over recent years. Now considered to be the world’s largest fraud market, ...

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Big pharma might cut R&D, delay new drugs if more generics with pharmacare BIG PHARMA MIGHT CUT R&D, DELAY NEW DRUGS IF MORE GENERICS WITH PHARMACARE

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Apr 15, 2019

Brand-name drug companies could put off introducing new medicine in Canada and scale back research here if the country makes a major shift to cheaper generic alternatives under a national pharmacare plan, according to an internal federal analysis. Th...

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Five Industries Being Transformed By Artificial Intelligence FIVE INDUSTRIES BEING TRANSFORMED BY ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

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Apr 15, 2019

Technology is a transformative force, and there is currently no technology more transformative than AI. Because AI encompasses so many different fields -- from robotics to deep learning to self-driving cars -- it can be hard to quantify the exact imp...

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Tackling the high price of medicine TACKLING THE HIGH PRICE OF MEDICINE

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Apr 15, 2019

US citizens pay about six times what Europeans do for insulin, the cost of which has almost tripled over a decade in that country, according to the American Diabetes Association. Meanwhile, Humira, the most popular arthritis medicine in the US, costs...

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Innovative Medicines Initiative launches Translational Safety Biomarker Pipeline Project INNOVATIVE MEDICINES INITIATIVE LAUNCHES TRANSLATIONAL SAFETY BIOMARKER PIPELINE PROJECT

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Apr 15, 2019

The University of Zurich coordinates a worldwide research project that focuses on the development of new biomarkers. The biomarkers are expected to improve safety of new drugs and to contribute to better diagnosis and management of acute and chronic ...

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ABPI Code feedback ABPI CODE FEEDBACK

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Apr 15, 2019

It has long been communicated to the UK pharmaceutical industry that the Prescription Medicines Code of Practice Authority (PMCPA) welcomes all input and feedback on the ABPI Code of Practice. But what does this actually mean, what does the PMCPA do ...

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The UK as a global leader in antimicrobial resistance THE UK AS A GLOBAL LEADER IN ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE

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Apr 15, 2019

The Government wants the UK to become a leader in the development of products which tackle the global challenge of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Despite the renewal of the 5-year AMR Strategy, there is no time to wait before driving new antimicrobi...

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Pharmaceutical supplier opts for hygienic flowmeter PHARMACEUTICAL SUPPLIER OPTS FOR HYGIENIC FLOWMETER

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Apr 15, 2019

Specialist process machinery manufacturer, L.B. Bohle, has developed a cleaning system for the pharmaceutical industry using Bürkert's innovative FloWave flowmeter for a compact, hygienic and very accurate process. Incorporating the latest i...

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As superbugs threaten to create a global crisis, why are pharmaceutical companies shying away from antibiotics research. AS SUPERBUGS THREATEN TO CREATE A GLOBAL CRISIS, WHY ARE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES SHYING AWAY FROM ANTIBIOTICS RESEARCH.

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Apr 15, 2019

“China is a horror, India is a mega-horror,” says Alan Westwood, managing director of Matoke, a company hoping to develop a new form of antibiotic. “Russia is terrible. Don’t get sick in Greece either, the resistance rates are...

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Origin: The pharma supply chain of the future ORIGIN: THE PHARMA SUPPLY CHAIN OF THE FUTURE

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Apr 15, 2019

In an industry that evolves every day, having first mover advantage is a must for any pharmaceutical manufacturer looking to compete. Knowledge, infrastructure and foresight are key to remain efficient and agile as the industry faces numerous forces ...

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Drug Development process DRUG DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

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Apr 12, 2019

Drug discovery is an iterative process. It goes back and forth between theoretical biology; the necessary, appropriate, and humane use of animal assays to determine a compound’s biological activity in the body; and medicinal chemistry to optimi...

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Big pharma: stop dodging taxes! BIG PHARMA: STOP DODGING TAXES!

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Apr 12, 2019

A new report shows that the big pharma has enjoyed a whopping $7 billion tax cut in 2018 thanks to Trump’s new corporate-friendly tax rules. In just over a week’s time, Oxfam will be confronting Johnson & Johnson execs at the company&...

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Fidia Pharma USA Inc. Announces Expansion into the Dietary Supplement Market with Launch of CartiJoint. FIDIA PHARMA USA INC. ANNOUNCES EXPANSION INTO THE DIETARY SUPPLEMENT MARKET WITH LAUNCH OF CARTIJOINT.

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Apr 12, 2019

A world leader in the research, development, and manufacturing of hyaluronic acid (HA)-based products, is introducing CartiJoint™ FORTE, its first product in the dietary supplement category in the USA. CartiJoint™ FORTE is a dietary suppl...

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Picking up the pieces of Connecticut PICKING UP THE PIECES OF CONNECTICUT'S ECONOMY

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Apr 12, 2019

Hop on a Metro-North out of New York City on the New Haven Line. Soon, you’ll hit the pristine picket fences and well-manicured mansions of Fairfield County — the wealthiest metropolitan area in the nation, where finance and industry tita...

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Correction: Importing Prescription Drugs story CORRECTION: IMPORTING PRESCRIPTION DRUGS STORY

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Apr 12, 2019

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Floridians could eventually gain access to cheaper Canadian prescription drugs under legislation passed Thursday by the state House, a top priority of Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis. The GOP-led House voted 93-22 on Thurs...

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ASTRAZENECA & MSD INC WIN EU APPROVAL FOR BREAST-CANCER DRUG LYNPARZA ASTRAZENECA & MSD INC WIN EU APPROVAL FOR BREAST-CANCER DRUG LYNPARZA

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Apr 12, 2019

AstraZeneca and U.S. partner MSD Inc. have made it to the headlines for winning European Commission’s approval for Lynparza (olaparib), their blockbuster candidate originated and developed in Cambridge for the treatment of breast Cancer. As per...

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Medical scopes still causing superbug infections, deaths MEDICAL SCOPES STILL CAUSING SUPERBUG INFECTIONS, DEATHS

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Apr 12, 2019

(CNN) - Three people died and 45 people developed infections from contaminated endoscopes, the US Food and Drug Administration said Friday. The reports of contamination are with a side-viewing duodenoscope used for a medical procedure called endoscop...

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Arrowhead Presents Clinical Data at The International Liver Congress ARROWHEAD PRESENTS CLINICAL DATA AT THE INTERNATIONAL LIVER CONGRESS

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Apr 12, 2019

PASADENA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARWR) today announced the presentation of clinical data from an ongoing Phase 1/2 study (AROHBV1001) of JNJ-3989 (formerly ARO-HBV), a third-generation subcutaneously admini...

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Who Profits From Drug Price Decreases? WHO PROFITS FROM DRUG PRICE DECREASES?

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Apr 12, 2019

According to a new analysis released last month, Americans spent $3.65 trillion dollars on health care in 2018 – more than the entire gross domestic product of Canada. That’s over $11,000 per person, and it reflects a growing affordabilit...

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Pharma VP on the importance of innovation and affordable access to life-changing treatments PHARMA VP ON THE IMPORTANCE OF INNOVATION AND AFFORDABLE ACCESS TO LIFE-CHANGING TREATMENTS

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Apr 12, 2019

On April 14 and 15, health ministers will be discussing access to health care for all EU citizens during an informal Health Council meeting in Bucharest. In this context, Martin Price, vice president for health economics, market access and reimbursem...

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Labour’s Dan Carden: the world urgently needs a fair price for medicines LABOUR’S DAN CARDEN: THE WORLD URGENTLY NEEDS A FAIR PRICE FOR MEDICINES

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Apr 12, 2019

Every year, 100 million people across the world are pushed into poverty because of out-of-pocket healthcare expenses. While gains have been made in reducing the price of treatment for diseases such as HIV, there is still a long way to go to ensure pe...

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Transforming drug discovery, development and delivery with flow chemistry TRANSFORMING DRUG DISCOVERY, DEVELOPMENT AND DELIVERY WITH FLOW CHEMISTRY

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Apr 11, 2019

Flow chemistry is on the rise thanks to the commercial availability of benchtop continuous flow systems that has driven widespread adoption of the technique across a broad range of applications in both academia and industry. In particular, flow chemi...

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Realising the promise of laboratory automation in biomedical research REALISING THE PROMISE OF LABORATORY AUTOMATION IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH

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Apr 11, 2019

Automation offers a choice of powerful ways to design and execute high-quality laboratory research. The use of lab automation is now pervasive in biomedical labs, offering versatile platforms on which to perform an ever‑expanding array of tasks free ...

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Improving Lung Cancer Survival and Alleviating Chemotherapy-induced Neutropenia IMPROVING LUNG CANCER SURVIVAL AND ALLEVIATING CHEMOTHERAPY-INDUCED NEUTROPENIA

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Apr 11, 2019

Neutropenia is a common, often severe adverse effect experienced by cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy treatment. We recently spoke with Dr Lan Huang, CEO at BeyondSpring, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company to learn more about th...

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Federal research is important, but companies turn it into actual treatments FEDERAL RESEARCH IS IMPORTANT, BUT COMPANIES TURN IT INTO ACTUAL TREATMENTS

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Apr 11, 2019

The March 27 front-page article “Pharma giant profits from HIV drug” perpetuated a misleading narrative in the drug pricing debate. The federal government plays a vital role as our society seeks to conquer disease and alleviate human suff...

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Tetra Bio-Pharma and Ovensa Will Engage in a Collaboration to Tackle Brain Cancer TETRA BIO-PHARMA AND OVENSA WILL ENGAGE IN A COLLABORATION TO TACKLE BRAIN CANCER

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Apr 11, 2019

OTTAWA, April 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tetra Bio-Pharma Inc. (“Tetra” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: TBP) (OTCQB: TBPMF), today announced that it has entered into a collaboration agreement with Ovensa Inc. (“Ovensa&r...

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Immuron To Pursue Clinical Development Through FDA For IMM-124E As TD Drug IMMURON TO PURSUE CLINICAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH FDA FOR IMM-124E AS TD DRUG

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Apr 11, 2019

Immuron Limited (ASX: IMC)  is a biopharmaceutical sector company with operations in Australia. The group is also engaged in the commercialization and development of oral immunoglobulin therapeutics for the treatment of gut mediated diseases. Th...

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Janssen’s HIV Drug Symtuza Shows Long-Term Effect in Late Stage Trial JANSSEN’S HIV DRUG SYMTUZA SHOWS LONG-TERM EFFECT IN LATE STAGE TRIAL

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Apr 11, 2019

Less than one year ago, Janssen’s Symtuza got the green light from U.S. regulators as a treatment for HIV-1. This morning, the company presented new data that the medication provided sustained treatment through 48 weeks. At the 13th Annual Amer...

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National Safe Motherhood Day: Infographic NATIONAL SAFE MOTHERHOOD DAY: INFOGRAPHIC

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Apr 11, 2019

National Safe Motherhood Day is observed on April 11 every year in India with an aim to provide access to best medical care during pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal, for women in both urban and rural areas. It is believed that a pregnant woman shou...

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Understand Market Access Trends in the US, Europe and Emerging Markets UNDERSTAND MARKET ACCESS TRENDS IN THE US, EUROPE AND EMERGING MARKETS

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Apr 10, 2019

Rising drug spending and increased desire for expenditure controls are consistent themes across the US, Europe, and emerging markets. With governments and private healthcare systems under increasing pressure to fund high-cost, innovative therapies, w...

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Benefits of Using High-Functionality Excipients in a Continuous Manufacturing Process BENEFITS OF USING HIGH-FUNCTIONALITY EXCIPIENTS IN A CONTINUOUS MANUFACTURING PROCESS

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Apr 10, 2019

As pharmaceutical companies move increasingly toward changing production methods from batch to continuous processing, there is a need to re-evaluate the types and formulations of the excipients used. Within a continuous process, conventional monofunc...

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Bernie Sanders Indicates Single Payer Will Eliminate Drug Companies BERNIE SANDERS INDICATES SINGLE PAYER WILL ELIMINATE DRUG COMPANIES

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Apr 10, 2019

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) indicates that his single payer proposal eliminates drug companies during an interview with CBS News’ Ed O'Keefe. Be sure to like, subscribe, and comment below to share your thoughts on the video.

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Enesi Pharma and University of Oxford collaborate to target plague with a novel ImplaVax®-enabled adenovirus-based solid dose vaccine ENESI PHARMA AND UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD COLLABORATE TO TARGET PLAGUE WITH A NOVEL IMPLAVAX®-ENABLED ADENOVIRUS-BASED SOLID DOSE VACCINE

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Apr 10, 2019

Enesi Pharma (“Enesi”), an innovative pharmaceutical company developing unique injectable solid dose drug-device vaccine products and scientists at the world-renowned Oxford Vaccine Group (“OVG”) at the University of Oxford, a...

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PBMs’ MANAGEMENT OF SPECIALTY DRUGS PBMS’ MANAGEMENT OF SPECIALTY DRUGS

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Apr 09, 2019

PBMs offer a variety of tools to manage specialty drugs, including the use of specialty pharmacies. In doing so, the quality and continuity of care patients receive is improved, while ensuring that they derive the greatest value from their medication...

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4 pharma companies saved $7 billion from GOP tax law 4 PHARMA COMPANIES SAVED $7 BILLION FROM GOP TAX LAW

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Apr 09, 2019

Four pharmaceutical companies — Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Merck and Abbott Laboratories — collectively kept $7 billion in tax savings in 2018 due to Republicans' 2017 corporate tax overhaul, according to a new Oxfam report. The b...

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The future of Novartis THE FUTURE OF NOVARTIS

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Apr 09, 2019

Our future is as a leading focused medicines company, powered by data science and advanced therapy platforms. CEO Vas Narasimhan shares our vision

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Cancer: CANCER: 'OFF-THE-SHELF' STEM CELL TREATMENT ENTERS CLINICAL TRIAL

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Apr 09, 2019

In a first-of-its-kind trial in the United States, researchers are testing a stem cell-derived natural killer cell immunotherapy in people with incurable cancer. Cancer follows heart disease as the secondbiggest killer worldwide. In the United States...

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New HIV vaccine could expose latent virus and kill it NEW HIV VACCINE COULD EXPOSE LATENT VIRUS AND KILL IT

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Apr 09, 2019

Antiretroviral therapy may soon be obsolete, as scientists have successfully used immune cells to kick the dormant form of HIV out of its hiding place and destroy it. The findings may soon lead to an HIV vaccine. According to recent estimates, around...

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Pharmaceutical Transportation PHARMACEUTICAL TRANSPORTATION

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Apr 08, 2019

The IATA Centre of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) advocates globally accepted standards and regulations, establishes validation checklist developed alongside the industry, develops training content, certifies operators and locations, an...

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Pharma R&D Annual Review 2019 PHARMA R&D ANNUAL REVIEW 2019

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Apr 08, 2019

Get your head in the game with a free download of the Pharma R&D Annual Review 2019 infographic from Informa Pharma Intelligence. This year’s look at the key players and reigning champs of R&D uses a sports theme to present its critical...

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Demand that pregnant mares stop being tortured to collect their urine for Pfizer DEMAND THAT PREGNANT MARES STOP BEING TORTURED TO COLLECT THEIR URINE FOR PFIZER

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Apr 08, 2019

The hormone replacement drug Premarin comes from pregnant mares' urine — that's how the drug got its name. But in order for the giant pharmaceutical corporation Pfizer to create Premarin, first it needs to make sure it has access to lot...

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Diabetes: Could targeting this protein prevent hypoglycemia? DIABETES: COULD TARGETING THIS PROTEIN PREVENT HYPOGLYCEMIA?

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Apr 08, 2019

People with type 1 or type 2 diabetes who take insulin have a higher risk of developing hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar. Now, a study of how a protein works in the pancreas could lead to new treatments for protecting against the potentially life-thr...

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In Pharma value chain, PBMs manage to benefit IN PHARMA VALUE CHAIN, PBMS MANAGE TO BENEFIT

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Apr 08, 2019

As 2020 Democratic presidential aspirants lean into their game of one-upsmanship on policies that would slow medical progress and undermine the U.S. biopharmaceutical industry, it’s a relief to see the Senate convene a hearing Tuesday on the se...

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The absurdly high cost of insulin, explained THE ABSURDLY HIGH COST OF INSULIN, EXPLAINED

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Apr 08, 2019

When inventor Frederick Banting discovered insulin in 1923, he refused to put his name on the patent. He felt it was unethical for a doctor to profit from a discovery that would save lives. Banting’s co-inventors, James Collip and Charles Best,...

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Veratrak wants to digitise the pharmaceutical supply chain VERATRAK WANTS TO DIGITISE THE PHARMACEUTICAL SUPPLY CHAIN

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Apr 08, 2019

Veratrak, a London-based startup that aims to digitise the pharmaceutical supply chain, has picked up £1 million in seed funding. Leading the round is Force Over Mass, with participation from Seedcamp, Ascension Ventures, Blockchain Valley Vent...

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Govt Launches Crackdown Against Pharma Companies For Hike in Medicine Prices GOVT LAUNCHES CRACKDOWN AGAINST PHARMA COMPANIES FOR HIKE IN MEDICINE PRICES

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Apr 07, 2019

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Pharma 2020: Marketing the future
Which path will you take? PHARMA 2020: MARKETING THE FUTURE WHICH PATH WILL YOU TAKE?

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Apr 04, 2019

The social, demographic and economic context in which the pharmaceutical industry (Pharma) operates is changing dramatically, as we noted in “Pharma 2020: The vision”, the White Paper PricewaterhouseCoopers* published in June 2007 (see si...

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10 Unusual Applications of CRISPR Gene Editing 10 UNUSUAL APPLICATIONS OF CRISPR GENE EDITING

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Apr 04, 2019

CRISPR has been all over the news in the past couple of years, and with reason. This gene editing tool is making gene editing easier and faster than ever, and the possibilities it has opened go well beyond human health. You might have heard of the tr...

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Leveraging the Role of AI for More Successful Clinical Trials LEVERAGING THE ROLE OF AI FOR MORE SUCCESSFUL CLINICAL TRIALS

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Apr 04, 2019

The pharmaceutical industry spends billions on R&D each year. Clinical trials require tremendous amounts of effort, from identifying sites and enrolling patients to overseeing research functions and coordinating trial logistics. Trials often run ...

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How a self-learning Ontology benefits Pharma and Life Sciences? HOW A SELF-LEARNING ONTOLOGY BENEFITS PHARMA AND LIFE SCIENCES?

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Apr 03, 2019

Every domain has its own language. The same word used in different domains can have totally different meanings. In fact, the same word can mean two separate things for different subdomains, eg. in science, hedgehog is both animal and protein. Moreove...

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Risk Management Programs for the
Pharmaceutical Industry RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS FOR THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

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Apr 02, 2019

The FDA’s cGMPs for the 21st Century: A Risk-Based Approach Initiative In early 2002, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced their Pharmaceutical cGMPs for the 21st Century: A Risk-Based Approach initiative. According to the FDA posit...

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A new wearable device may detect cancer with more precision A NEW WEARABLE DEVICE MAY DETECT CANCER WITH MORE PRECISION

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Apr 01, 2019

Researchers from the University of Michigan have developed and are now testing a device they call "the epitome of precision medicine" that detects cancer in circulating blood. "Nobody wants to have a biopsy," says Dr. Daniel Hayes...

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Kick-starting the immune response – the shifting landscape of immuno-oncology KICK-STARTING THE IMMUNE RESPONSE – THE SHIFTING LANDSCAPE OF IMMUNO-ONCOLOGY

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Mar 29, 2019

The landscape of cancer treatment has changed dramatically in the last seven years, beginning with the approval of Ipilmumab in 2011, the first immunotherapy drug. Efforts to unsheathe the tumour cells of their protective microenvironment and expose ...

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This drug failed to treat cancer, but it could improve dementia THIS DRUG FAILED TO TREAT CANCER, BUT IT COULD IMPROVE DEMENTIA

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Mar 29, 2019

Dementia — an umbrella term for various neurodegenerative conditions involving memory loss and other forms of cognitive impairment — is hard to treat because its causes remain unknown. Researchers, however, are making painstaking progress...

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Taking a Closer Look at Microbial-Environmental Interactions With Cryo-EM TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT MICROBIAL-ENVIRONMENTAL INTERACTIONS WITH CRYO-EM

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Mar 28, 2019

No microbe is an island. Understanding how they interact with each other and their surrounding environment is important to harness their beneficial properties and combat harmful behavior.
Observing microbes at the molecular and even individual...

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How AI could spur drug development HOW AI COULD SPUR DRUG DEVELOPMENT

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Mar 28, 2019

Using artificial intelligence in drug design would give pharmaceutical research a boost, says Gisbert Schneider. In the medium term, computers could even carry out experiments autonomously. Designing drugs is a complex and challenging task. How do yo...

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AI and Machine Learning in the European Pharmaceutical Industry AI AND MACHINE LEARNING IN THE EUROPEAN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

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Mar 28, 2019

Accenture reports that in 2017, the 16 top biopharmaceutical companies in the world had an aggregate global revenue of $428 billion, which was nearly half the global pharmaceutical market by net sales. The report also revealed a shift to specialty dr...

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Is this a better way to deliver drugs to the brain? IS THIS A BETTER WAY TO DELIVER DRUGS TO THE BRAIN?

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Mar 28, 2019

The blood-brain barrier is a protective layer that surrounds the brain. Its main function is to prevent potentially harmful agents from leaking into this organ. However, it can also stop certain therapeutic drugs from reaching their target. The ...

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Why do antidepressants fail for some? WHY DO ANTIDEPRESSANTS FAIL FOR SOME?

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Mar 27, 2019

Research has revealed a biological explanation for why some people with depression do not respond to a class of antidepressants that doctors commonly prescribe. It has to do with fundamental differences in the nerve cells that produce and use seroton...

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Male Birth Control Pill Passes Human Safety Tests MALE BIRTH CONTROL PILL PASSES HUMAN SAFETY TESTS

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Mar 27, 2019

A new male birth control pill passed tests of safety and tolerability when healthy men used it daily for a month, and it produced hormone responses consistent with effective contraception, according to researchers at two institutions testing the drug...

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How do you diagnose African Swine Fever? HOW DO YOU DIAGNOSE AFRICAN SWINE FEVER?

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Mar 27, 2019

Dr. Liz Wagstrom, the chief veterinarian with the National Pork Producers Council, USA, talks about the importance of having reliable diagnostic tests for African swine fever.

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Knee osteoarthritis: A low-carb diet may relieve symptoms KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS: A LOW-CARB DIET MAY RELIEVE SYMPTOMS

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Mar 27, 2019

A randomized controlled study finds that a diet low in carbs can relieve pain for people who have knee osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is the most widespread form of arthritis among older adults in the United States. Knee osteoarthritis, in particular...

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Can You “Catch” Cancer? CAN YOU “CATCH” CANCER?

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Mar 26, 2019

Billions worldwide are infected with tropical worms. Unsurprisingly, most of these people live in poor countries, kept poor by the effects of worm-related malnourishment. What may surprise many is that worms also cause the majority of cases of some c...

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5 Second Squeeze Test Provides Snapshot of Groin Function 5 SECOND SQUEEZE TEST PROVIDES SNAPSHOT OF GROIN FUNCTION

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Mar 26, 2019

Five seconds is enough to assess the status of a hockey player’s groin. For the first time, a simple field test called the five-second squeeze test, has been used on ice-hockey players to see if it can indicate current hip/groin function and hi...

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Keto diet: New study unearths sex differences KETO DIET: NEW STUDY UNEARTHS SEX DIFFERENCES

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Mar 26, 2019

In recent years, the ketogenic diet has become increasingly popular with people who want to lose weight quickly. A new study asks whether this dietary pattern works as well in females as it does in males. Experts originally designed the ketogenic die...

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Why your household dust could fuel the growth of fat cells WHY YOUR HOUSEHOLD DUST COULD FUEL THE GROWTH OF FAT CELLS

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Mar 26, 2019

Researchers have found that the dust in our households may harbor numerous chemicals that may accelerate the development of fat cells, potentially contributing to obesity. In recent years, researchers and international policymakers have expresse...

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How to Kick the Bad Habit of Smoking with Ayurveda HOW TO KICK THE BAD HABIT OF SMOKING WITH AYURVEDA

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Mar 26, 2019

Smoking is bad for the health of the smoker as well as those surrounding him. The cigarette is said to have over 600 ingredients in them which includes harmful substances such as carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, lead, acetone, and tar, etc. Since smoki...

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India aspiring malaria-free status: the long and short of it INDIA ASPIRING MALARIA-FREE STATUS: THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT

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Mar 26, 2019

India is historically a malaria endemic country. It holds the distinction of being the site of the discovery by Noble Prize winner Sir Ronal Ross that established the malaria parasite cycle through Anopheles mosquitoes as the definitive host, and the...

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With headquarters in France, Sanofi is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. WITH HEADQUARTERS IN FRANCE, SANOFI IS ONE OF THE LARGEST PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES IN THE WORLD.

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Mar 25, 2019

With headquarters in France, Sanofi is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. A global leader in healthcare, Sanofi is committed to preventing and treating diseases and supporting people around the world.

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6 Real-World Uses for IoT in the Pharma Industry 6 REAL-WORLD USES FOR IOT IN THE PHARMA INDUSTRY

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Mar 25, 2019

In an Internet of Things (IoT) world, objects – from doorknobs to pill capsules – have computerized eyes and brains which can talk to each other and to us. That might sound like the beginning of a sci-fi horror story, but what it actually...

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Anatomy of a Science Study Censorship ANATOMY OF A SCIENCE STUDY CENSORSHIP

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Mar 25, 2019

It's not often that veterinary research is so controversial that it falls into the jaws of censorship zealots. That is exactly what happened recently, however, when editors at a science journal suddenly turned on a small Spanish sheep study which...

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B Vitamins Slow Alzheimer B VITAMINS SLOW ALZHEIMER'S AND GREY MATTER LOSS

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Mar 25, 2019

The researchers – from Oxford's Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences - conducted a clinical trial with 156 elderly patients who had mild cognitive impairment and a high risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The researchers ...

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Why too much vitamin D can be a bad thing WHY TOO MUCH VITAMIN D CAN BE A BAD THING

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Mar 25, 2019

A new study on the effects of vitamin D found that too much may lead to slower reaction times and increase the risk of falling among older people. Vitamin D is an essential vitamin that helps build and maintain healthy bones and teeth. Without this, ...

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Calculating Gestational Age With Metabolomics CALCULATING GESTATIONAL AGE WITH METABOLOMICS

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Mar 25, 2019

Sadly, preterm death is one of the leading causes of death among children under five years of age. To develop a solution, it is imperative that scientists can measure the extent of the issue at a population level across the globe. In underdeveloped c...

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Ketogenic Diet May Not Be Beneficial for Females KETOGENIC DIET MAY NOT BE BENEFICIAL FOR FEMALES

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Mar 25, 2019

The ketogenic diet recently has been touted for weight loss and improving blood sugar control, but a new study finds that females fail to show these metabolic benefits on this high-fat, very low-carbohydrate diet. Results of the animal study will be ...

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One Serving of Greens Daily Slows Brain Aging by Over a Decade ONE SERVING OF GREENS DAILY SLOWS BRAIN AGING BY OVER A DECADE

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Mar 24, 2019

Are memory loss and decreased brain power inevitable as we age? Many people in their 40s, 50s and beyond are told that it is and there is nothing that can be done about it. Is that true? Of course, not Steps can be taken to not only stop memory loss ...

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Cystic fibrosis: Existing drug may improve lung function CYSTIC FIBROSIS: EXISTING DRUG MAY IMPROVE LUNG FUNCTION

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Mar 24, 2019

Researchers say a drug that is already available on the market can help those affected by cystic fibrosis. Amphotericin, which is an antifungal medication, might help people with cystic fibrosis fight the chronic bacterial lung infections that t...

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To Reach Mars, We Need Biotechnology TO REACH MARS, WE NEED BIOTECHNOLOGY

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Mar 23, 2019

As we prepare for long-distance space travel and life on Mars, biotechnology could be the only possible solution to make spaceships no longer dependent on Earth’s constant supply. “As human beings, we need a constant supply of oxygen. We ...

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Anorexia ANOREXIA

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Mar 23, 2019

Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by weight loss (or lack of appropriate weight gain in growing children); difficulties maintaining an appropriate body weight for height, age, and stature; and, in many individuals, distorted body i...

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Could prescription vegetables be the future of healthcare? COULD PRESCRIPTION VEGETABLES BE THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE?

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Mar 23, 2019

The authors of a new study conclude that healthful food prescriptions in Medicare and Medicaid would be more cost-effective after 5 years than preventive drug treatments. Medicare and Medicaid are the two largest healthcare programs in the United Sta...

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Can we treat leishmaniasis with tiny magnets? CAN WE TREAT LEISHMANIASIS WITH TINY MAGNETS?

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Mar 22, 2019

Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) remains one of the most neglected of the neglected tropical diseases or NTDs. CL is caused by infection with the protozoan parasite Leishmania which is spread by the bite of an infected sand fly and resides inside human m...

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Post-translational Modifications in Biopharmaceuticals POST-TRANSLATIONAL MODIFICATIONS IN BIOPHARMACEUTICALS

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Mar 22, 2019

The growing market for biopharmaceuticals1 brings new challenges for drug developers and manufacturers in assuring product quality and safety, and much of this can be attributed to product variability caused by post-translational modifications (PTMs)...

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Brexit’s effect on the biopharmaceutical lifecycle BREXIT’S EFFECT ON THE BIOPHARMACEUTICAL LIFECYCLE

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Mar 21, 2019

Despite the nature of this event, there is still a great deal of uncertainty around how it will happen, when and if indeed it will happen at all. Add to this that there is still no real clarity on the consequences of Brexit if and when it happens not...

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Genomic Analysis in the Age of Human Genome Sequencing GENOMIC ANALYSIS IN THE AGE OF HUMAN GENOME SEQUENCING

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Mar 21, 2019

Affordable genome sequencing technologies promise to revolutionize the field of human genetics by enabling comprehensive studies that interrogate all classes of genome variation, genome-wide, across the entire allele frequency spectrum.

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What If We Stopped Vaccinations? WHAT IF WE STOPPED VACCINATIONS?

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Mar 21, 2019

You’ve heard all the scary rumors surrounding vaccines: they cause autism, they contain toxins. Even that they can give you the disease they’re trying to prevent! But do they fully grasp what that world would look like? What kind of disea...

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How Humans Are Trying To Live Forever HOW HUMANS ARE TRYING TO LIVE FOREVER

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Mar 21, 2019

Death has no cure. But thanks to scientific breakthroughs, from anti-aging drugs and 3D printing to artificial intelligence and cryonics, we’re closer than ever to find one. Studies have shown that new drugs like rapamycin can increase the life...

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Poor Sleep Linked To Cardiovascular Disease POOR SLEEP LINKED TO CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

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Mar 21, 2019

If you’ve spoken with your doctor about protecting your heart health, you likely received advice about eating well and starting an exercise routine. But a recent study suggests there’s another way to help: get a good night’s sleep. ...

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Paving the path towards precision medicine PAVING THE PATH TOWARDS PRECISION MEDICINE

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Mar 21, 2019

University of Otago scientists have discovered a way to view the immune cell ‘landscape’ of bowel cancer tumors, paving the way towards more individualized medicine and treatment for many other diseases in the future. The scientists have ...

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Leveraging Predictive Analytics for Pharmaceutical Innovation LEVERAGING PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS FOR PHARMACEUTICAL INNOVATION

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Mar 20, 2019

Pharmaceutical companies aiming to develop innovative new therapies and treatments face many challenges. Without proper processes and systems in place, it is very difficult to replicate successful results, mitigate failures, reduce product variabilit...

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Vaccines Could Prevent 36 Million Deaths by 2030 VACCINES COULD PREVENT 36 MILLION DEATHS BY 2030

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Mar 20, 2019

With social policies increasingly directed toward enhancing equity through health programs, it is important that methods for estimating the health and economic benefits of these programs by subpopulation be developed, to assess both equity concerns a...

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Translational Integrated Drug Discovery TRANSLATIONAL INTEGRATED DRUG DISCOVERY

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Mar 20, 2019

Many biotech industry leaders are finding themselves in uncharted waters: the science is more sophisticated than ever, producing paradigm-altering treatments. But, historically high R&D costs and low success rates have emphasized the need to iden...

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Drug discovery from the age of information to the age of intelligence DRUG DISCOVERY FROM THE AGE OF INFORMATION TO THE AGE OF INTELLIGENCE

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Mar 20, 2019

Data drives drug discovery, yet it continues to be among the biggest challenges faced by the industry. Experiments are often not repeatable and data interpretation is subject to the biases and limitations of human beings. There are many reasons ...

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Mass Spec Study Backs Remarkable Parkinson MASS SPEC STUDY BACKS REMARKABLE PARKINSON'S SMELL TEST

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Mar 20, 2019

A skin swab test for Parkinson's has become a real possibility after mass spectrometry was used to detect altered levels of specific compounds on the skin of people with the condition. The research is a result of the incredible ability of one wom...

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Scanning Study a Stepping Stone for Cognitive Impairment Research SCANNING STUDY A STEPPING STONE FOR COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT RESEARCH

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Mar 20, 2019

Using strong and targeted but noninvasive magnets at specific sites in the brains of people with and without mild learning and memory problems, Johns Hopkins researchers report they were able to detect differences in the concentrations of brain chemi...

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10 minutes of leisurely activity per week may lower death risk 10 MINUTES OF LEISURELY ACTIVITY PER WEEK MAY LOWER DEATH RISK

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Mar 20, 2019

New research suggests that adults over the age of 40 who engage in leisurely physical activity such as dancing, gardening, or going for a walk for even a short amount of time each week may have a lower risk of death from multiple causes. Previou...

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Big Data in Pharmaceutical: Top Trends Transforming Medicine BIG DATA IN PHARMACEUTICAL: TOP TRENDS TRANSFORMING MEDICINE

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Mar 20, 2019

After transforming the face of Marketing, Sales, and Service, Big Data is extending its reach and impact into other industries. While industries such as Automation, Oil and Gas, Metallurgy, Military, Education, and Hospitality have been faster than t...

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Local Lawmakers: Opioid Bill Targets Drug Companies LOCAL LAWMAKERS: OPIOID BILL TARGETS DRUG COMPANIES

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Mar 19, 2019

The Minnesota House passed a bill Monday night that they local DFL leaders say will hold drug companies accountable for costs related to the opioid crisis. Some lawmakers who support the bill say it will put Minnesota on the “cutting edge&rdquo...

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7 Artificial Intelligence Pharma Applications You Should Be Aware of in 2019 7 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE PHARMA APPLICATIONS YOU SHOULD BE AWARE OF IN 2019

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Mar 19, 2019

Artificial intelligence (AI) has turned into a great tool for the pharma industry. It’s helping with drug discovery, rare disease detection, high-quality analytics, clinical trial patient enrollment, personalized patient care and more. Accordin...

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THE PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF GILBERT SYNDROME THE PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF GILBERT SYNDROME

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Mar 19, 2019

Rare diseases do not always lead to restricted and shorter life spans. Sometimes they can actually help improve survival. Not everyone suffering from a rare disease faces a debilitated or shorter life. Consider Gilbert syndrome (GS), a hereditary con...

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Doctors could detect brain disorders in seconds with sensor DOCTORS COULD DETECT BRAIN DISORDERS IN SECONDS WITH SENSOR

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Mar 19, 2019

Using nanotechnology, UCF researchers have developed the first rapid detector for dopamine, a chemical that is believed to play a role in various diseases such as Parkinson's, depression and some cancers. Studies show too much dopamine could be a...

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Digital therapeutic in testing DIGITAL THERAPEUTIC IN TESTING

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Mar 19, 2019

We’re testing a prescription digital therapeutic designed by Pear Therapeutics for the treatment of people with schizophrenia. We’re also exploring the potential of a novel prescription digital therapeutic being developed to treat the psy...

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What Happens To Your Body During An Ultramarathon WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR BODY DURING AN ULTRAMARATHON

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Mar 19, 2019

Ultramarathons are races ranging from 50 to 4,345 km. During races, the most common problems for runners are nausea and vomiting. Some runners may get blurry vision. Sleepiness and hallucinations are problems in longer races lasting more than 24 hour...

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Flow Chemistry: Successfully Transitioning From Lab to Production FLOW CHEMISTRY: SUCCESSFULLY TRANSITIONING FROM LAB TO PRODUCTION

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Mar 19, 2019

As continuous flow technology takes center stage, we are seeing a transformation in chemical production. To learn more about the transition away from batch-wise approaches to chemical reactions, the advantages, and challenges of using flow technology...

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What causes a red spot on the eye? WHAT CAUSES A RED SPOT ON THE EYE?

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Mar 19, 2019

A red spot on the eye may look worrying, but it is rarely a medical emergency. Usually, a red spot on the eye occurs when blood collects under the conjunctiva due to a subconjunctival hemorrhage. The conjunctiva is the transparent membrane that cover...

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Light and sound therapy may boost brain function LIGHT AND SOUND THERAPY MAY BOOST BRAIN FUNCTION

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Mar 19, 2019

New research in mice reveals that an innovative light and sound stimulation therapy can clear toxic plaque buildup in the brain and reduce some of the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and impaired cognitive functioning. The hallmarks of Alzhe...

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Heart disease and depression: Scientists find missing link HEART DISEASE AND DEPRESSION: SCIENTISTS FIND MISSING LINK

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Mar 19, 2019

Researchers already recognized the link between depression and heart disease. However, until recently, the mechanisms explaining it remained a mystery. A new study reveals that stress-induced inflammation may explain why mental and cardiovascular hea...

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How destroying a tumor promoter could lead to new cancer treatments HOW DESTROYING A TUMOR PROMOTER COULD LEAD TO NEW CANCER TREATMENTS

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Mar 19, 2019

Scientists have cracked a cell mechanism that drives tumor formation in most types of cancer. This finding could lead to much-needed new therapies for cancer, including the hard-to-treat triple-negative breast cancer. The discovery concerns the ...

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Doctors Reverse Decades Old Aspirin Recommendation: Deadly Risks Outweigh Benefits for Heart Disease & Stroke DOCTORS REVERSE DECADES OLD ASPIRIN RECOMMENDATION: DEADLY RISKS OUTWEIGH BENEFITS FOR HEART DISEASE & STROKE

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Mar 19, 2019

New cardiovascular disease prevention guidelines submitted jointly by the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Associated and published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology contradict decades of routine medical advice...

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Innovation by design: how do you combine science and nature in a toothpaste INNOVATION BY DESIGN: HOW DO YOU COMBINE SCIENCE AND NATURE IN A TOOTHPASTE

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Mar 19, 2019

Brush up on the science behind our toothpaste – meet Rachel, one of our researchers, and see how she and her team made our toothpaste taste like eucalyptus and fennel.

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Cell line development global market drivers, trends and its impact on improving biologics development from early phase CELL LINE DEVELOPMENT GLOBAL MARKET DRIVERS, TRENDS AND ITS IMPACT ON IMPROVING BIOLOGICS DEVELOPMENT FROM EARLY PHASE

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Mar 19, 2019

Cell line development is a major step for examining the efficiency of drug discovery, toxicity, and in-vitro testing. It reduces time, effort and cost, which minimizes the chance of research drugs failing at the clinical trial stage. This stage invol...

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Unique Gene Mutations in Hereditable Heart Disease UNIQUE GENE MUTATIONS IN HEREDITABLE HEART DISEASE

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Mar 19, 2019

In a new study from the Intermountain Healthcare Heart Institute in Salt Lake City, researchers have identified eight new gene mutations that may cause or contribute to idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy, a form of heart disease not caused by known ex...

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Refugee Women Have Healthier Pregnancies Than US Women — Why? An Unhealthy US Culture REFUGEE WOMEN HAVE HEALTHIER PREGNANCIES THAN US WOMEN — WHY? AN UNHEALTHY US CULTURE

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Mar 19, 2019

African refugee women experience healthier pregnancies than women born in the United States, despite receiving less prenatal care, found a recent University at Buffalo study. Compared to U.S.-born black and white women, African refugee women had fewe...

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Study Ties Common Heartburn Medications to Kidney Disease STUDY TIES COMMON HEARTBURN MEDICATIONS TO KIDNEY DISEASE

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Mar 19, 2019

Common medications prescribed to treat heartburn, acid reflux and ulcers are linked to increased risks for kidney failure and chronic kidney disease, found a recent University at Buffalo study. Use of proton pump inhibitors (PPI), a group of drugs th...

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Do standing desks really help you lose weight? DO STANDING DESKS REALLY HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT?

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Mar 19, 2019

New research, published in the journal Applied Ergonomics, reviews the health benefits of sit-stand desks. Heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and premature death are only some of the adverse effects associated with a sedentary lifestyle...

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Direct-to-Stomach Drug Release Could Reduce TB Burden DIRECT-TO-STOMACH DRUG RELEASE COULD REDUCE TB BURDEN

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Mar 19, 2019

Tuberculosis is one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases: One-third of the world’s population is infected with TB, and more than 1 million people die from the disease every year. One reason TB is so pervasive is that treatment req...

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The 15 Biotech Companies in Portugal You Should Know THE 15 BIOTECH COMPANIES IN PORTUGAL YOU SHOULD KNOW

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Mar 18, 2019

Portugal has a rich biotech ecosystem that is rapidly growing, despite sometimes being ovelooked compared with other countries in Europe. These are the companies driving forth innovation in the country.  In recent years, the biotech industry has...

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Lab Automation In-Depth Focus 2019 LAB AUTOMATION IN-DEPTH FOCUS 2019

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Mar 18, 2019

In this In-Depth Focus: realising the promise of laboratory automation in biomedical research, drug discovery from the age of information to the age of intelligence, and transforming drug discovery, development and delivery with flow chemistry.

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Artificial Intelligence – A boon to Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – A BOON TO PHARMACEUTICALS AND HEALTHCARE

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Mar 18, 2019

Over the last few years, Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning have become widely discussed topics in the area of pharmaceuticals, healthcare and life sciences. A lot of pharmaceuticals companies and healthcare organizations express significan...

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3 trends in lab procurement strategies for life science organizations 3 TRENDS IN LAB PROCUREMENT STRATEGIES FOR LIFE SCIENCE ORGANIZATIONS

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Mar 18, 2019

As a procurement planner in the competitive life sciences sector, how do you ensure your organization adapts swiftly to the rapidly changing demands of customers and stakeholders? Whether supporting a CRO, pharmaceutical company, clinical lab, biotec...

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TRENDING TOPICS: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TRENDING TOPICS: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

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Mar 18, 2019

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a hot topic in the research world, and for good reason. The promises made by AI optimists are exciting, from AI drug discovery to robot doctors as good as any human physician. AI pessimists are quick to point out that ...

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Bridging The Policy-Practice Divide In Genome-Editing For Agriculture BRIDGING THE POLICY-PRACTICE DIVIDE IN GENOME-EDITING FOR AGRICULTURE

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Mar 18, 2019

Regulation of emerging technology such as genome editing has mainly focused on responding to the consequences of innovation. The classical regulatory model of “identification-quantification-assessment-safety management” takes a risk-orien...

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Coffee chemicals could curb prostate cancer COFFEE CHEMICALS COULD CURB PROSTATE CANCER

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Mar 18, 2019

Following a series of experiments, researchers conclude that two compounds found in coffee might help slow the growth of prostate cancer cells. Although the findings are preliminary, they are encouraging. Coffee is one of the most popular drinks on t...

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Higher cholesterol, egg consumption linked to heart disease HIGHER CHOLESTEROL, EGG CONSUMPTION LINKED TO HEART DISEASE

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Mar 18, 2019

A recent study has linked higher consumption of eggs or dietary cholesterol to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease and premature death. The finding is likely to rekindle the debate on eggs and heart health. For example, the new study seems t...

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Alzheimer ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE: AN EYE TEST COULD PROVIDE EARLY WARNING

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Mar 18, 2019

In the future, a doctor might be able to tell whether someone is heading toward Alzheimer's disease not by carrying out expensive brain scans, but during an eye exam. A new study paper in the journal Ophthalmology Retina outlines research that to...

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Common blood pressure drug may increase cardiac arrest risk COMMON BLOOD PRESSURE DRUG MAY INCREASE CARDIAC ARREST RISK

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Mar 18, 2019

A preliminary study concludes that a drug that doctors commonly prescribe to treat angina and blood pressure might increase the risk of sudden cardiac arrest. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops pumping blood around the body. If a person ...

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Groundbreaking blood test detects fibromyalgia GROUNDBREAKING BLOOD TEST DETECTS FIBROMYALGIA

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Mar 18, 2019

New research finds an accurate way of diagnosing fibromyalgia and differentiating it from other related conditions. Using blood samples and innovative techniques, scientists have detected a "molecular fingerprint" that is unique to the cond...

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Recruitment of pregnant women in randomized trials: What could hold us back? RECRUITMENT OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN RANDOMIZED TRIALS: WHAT COULD HOLD US BACK?

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Mar 18, 2019

For many years, members of the Dutch Consortium for Healthcare Evaluation and Research in Obstetrics and Gynecology (NVOG Consortium) have been working on the improvement of care for patients with threatened preterm birth. One of the research topics,...

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Can maternal exposure to carbon black nanoparticles affect male fertility? CAN MATERNAL EXPOSURE TO CARBON BLACK NANOPARTICLES AFFECT MALE FERTILITY?

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Mar 18, 2019

Carbon black nanoparticles are manufactured for use in rubber products, as a color pigment in plastics, paint, and ink and used to model exposure to air pollution particles. These particles have been shown to have toxic effects and previous mice stud...

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6 Natural Medicines (Maybe) Used by Animals | Zoopharmacognosy 6 NATURAL MEDICINES (MAYBE) USED BY ANIMALS | ZOOPHARMACOGNOSY

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Mar 17, 2019

There have been reports of animals medicating themselves to treat illnesses, but according to the research, you shouldn't go to a non-human pharmacist just yet.

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Skin moisturizer could reduce risk of disease SKIN MOISTURIZER COULD REDUCE RISK OF DISEASE

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Mar 17, 2019

According to a small pilot study, moisturizing our skin might reduce the risk of developing a range of chronic conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and even Alzheimer's disease. The skin is our largest organ. One of its primary function...

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Cosmetic surgery is on the rise, new data reveal COSMETIC SURGERY IS ON THE RISE, NEW DATA REVEAL

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Mar 17, 2019

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons has published new statistics that reveal recent trends in body-shaping procedures. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), almost 18 million people underwent surgical and minimally i...

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Metagenomics may provide answers to irritable bowels, asthma attacks and body odor METAGENOMICS MAY PROVIDE ANSWERS TO IRRITABLE BOWELS, ASTHMA ATTACKS AND BODY ODOR

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Mar 16, 2019

The "first" genomics era began with the landmark Human Genome Project, which launched in 1990 and was completed in 2003, leading to the sequencing of the 20,000-25,000 human genes. It gave birth to an omics revolution and, by necessity, a s...

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HOW READY ARE YOUR CLEANROOMS FOR ANNEX 1 UPDATES? HOW READY ARE YOUR CLEANROOMS FOR ANNEX 1 UPDATES?

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Mar 15, 2019

More than 10 years have passed since the last revision of the Annex 1 of the EU GMP Guideline for the manufacture of sterile medicinal products. With the revised document set for release later on this year, the updates significantly impact QC/QA and ...

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From Discovery to Production: Hybrid Silica Chromatography and the Pharmaceutical Industry FROM DISCOVERY TO PRODUCTION: HYBRID SILICA CHROMATOGRAPHY AND THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

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Mar 15, 2019

This whitepaper aims to provide pharmaceutical researchers with a better understanding of the uses and benefits of hybrid silica-based supports in HPLC separations of drug compounds. In a quick, absorbing read that includes commentary from a number o...

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Brain Wave Stimulation May Improve Alzheimer’s Symptoms BRAIN WAVE STIMULATION MAY IMPROVE ALZHEIMER’S SYMPTOMS

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Mar 15, 2019

By exposing mice to a unique combination of light and sound, MIT neuroscientists have shown that they can improve cognitive and memory impairments similar to those seen in Alzheimer’s patients. This noninvasive treatment, which works by inducin...

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Green Tea Cuts Obesity, Health Risks In Mice GREEN TEA CUTS OBESITY, HEALTH RISKS IN MICE

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Mar 15, 2019

Green tea cut obesity and a number of inflammatory biomarkers linked with poor health in a new study. Mice fed a diet of 2 percent green tea extract fared far better than those that ate a diet without it, a finding that has prompted an upcoming study...

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Ketamine Gets Controversial FDA Approval for Depression Treatment KETAMINE GETS CONTROVERSIAL FDA APPROVAL FOR DEPRESSION TREATMENT

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Mar 15, 2019

The FDA has approved a whole new class of antidepressant, and ultrasounds might be far more useful than we thought.

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Lower Brain Connectivity Makes the Working Day Tougher for Night Owls LOWER BRAIN CONNECTIVITY MAKES THE WORKING DAY TOUGHER FOR NIGHT OWLS

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Mar 15, 2019

Did you wake up bright and bushy-tailed this World Sleep Day? Or did you throw your slippers at your 6.30AM alarm and then fall back asleep whilst having a shower? If the latter option seems more familiar, you might consider yourself a night owl. New...

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If there are no scientists, who will cure diseases? IF THERE ARE NO SCIENTISTS, WHO WILL CURE DISEASES?

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Mar 15, 2019

We are working with governments, schools, scientific institutions, and our own partners, to inspire young people with exciting opportunities that studying STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) can bring.

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Manganese and Parkinson MANGANESE AND PARKINSON'S: MECHANISM MAY EXPLAIN LINK

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Mar 15, 2019

New research, published in the journal Science Signaling, details the mechanism through which exposure to manganese can trigger protein misfolding in the brain which may, in turn, lead to Parkinson's-like symptoms. The findings may enable an earl...

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Agilent Aids Infant Nutrition AGILENT AIDS INFANT NUTRITION

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Mar 14, 2019

Undernutrition contributes to almost half of all deaths in children under the age of five. (WHO) Agilent is helping to counteract this in a highly innovative way. The World Health Organization recommends to exclusively breastfeed babies from birth to...

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This is Personalised Healthcare | Join the revolution! THIS IS PERSONALISED HEALTHCARE | JOIN THE REVOLUTION!

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Mar 14, 2019

We are at a pivotal moment in healthcare history. An unprecedented convergence of medical knowledge, advanced analytics, and data science is revolutionizing patient care. With partners around the globe, Roche is bringing together a unique understandi...

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Non-invasive imaging for small airway lung disease NON-INVASIVE IMAGING FOR SMALL AIRWAY LUNG DISEASE

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Mar 14, 2019

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is the fourth leading cause of death in the US, with approximately 16 million Americans currently affected. Researchers at the University of Michigan have reported on the ability of Parametric Response Map...

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Ovarian cancer: New drug may prevent recurrence OVARIAN CANCER: NEW DRUG MAY PREVENT RECURRENCE

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Mar 14, 2019

New research in mice identifies a compound that prevents ovarian cancer recurrence by eradicating the cancer stem-like cells that conventional chemotherapy leaves behind. According to the National Cancer Institute, there were over 22,000 new cas...

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New PTSD blood test could aid prevention and treatment NEW PTSD BLOOD TEST COULD AID PREVENTION AND TREATMENT

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Mar 14, 2019

Breakthrough research has yielded a cluster of genetic markers that could form the basis of a blood test for PTSD. Scientists at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis suggest that their findings could lead to more accurate diagnos...

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Big Drug Companies See Us as Profits — Not People BIG DRUG COMPANIES SEE US AS PROFITS — NOT PEOPLE

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Mar 13, 2019

Americans continue to pay the highest drug prices in the world while the big drug companies rake in billions. We shouldn’t have to choose between buying medication and buying food for our families. Congress: put people before profits. Stop the ...

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How the cloud will change the pharmaceutical industry HOW THE CLOUD WILL CHANGE THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

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Mar 13, 2019

How the cloud in particular stands to shift the pharmaceutical industry and why these changes are so important for its future. The speed of cloud adoption has varied across industries, and whilst financial services and manufacturing are still lagging...

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Big Data in Pharma and Life Sciences – AI and Data Management BIG DATA IN PHARMA AND LIFE SCIENCES – AI AND DATA MANAGEMENT

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Mar 13, 2019

We’ve spoken to many leaders in healthcare and pharma over the last half a decade, and when it comes to AI, the most pressing challenge that healthcare and pharma leaders report is that they’re unsure of how to streamline and structure th...

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Seven security considerations when implementing cloud-based laboratory analytics SEVEN SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS WHEN IMPLEMENTING CLOUD-BASED LABORATORY ANALYTICS

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Mar 13, 2019

Automated lab analytics solutions are increasingly taking to the cloud to give labs real-time visibility of instrument and consumables usage. This is valuable information – for example to understand what throughput is available to scale up and ...

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Righting the gender imbalance in autism studies RIGHTING THE GENDER IMBALANCE IN AUTISM STUDIES

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Mar 13, 2019

Autism doesn’t just affect boys and men, but research on the condition still predominantly focuses on them. Some scientists are finally beginning to include women and nonbinary people in their studies.

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Could Alzheimer COULD ALZHEIMER'S BE A REACTION TO INFECTION?

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Mar 13, 2019

What do people fear the most about getting old? The answer is Alzheimer’s disease. Indeed, a 2014 poll conducted in the United Kingdom found that two-thirds of people over the age of 50 were worried about developing dementia, which primarily ma...

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Napping may be as good as drugs for lowering blood pressure NAPPING MAY BE AS GOOD AS DRUGS FOR LOWERING BLOOD PRESSURE

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Mar 13, 2019

A midday nap may be just what you need, not just to boost your energy levels but also to lower high blood pressure. This, at least, is what new research from Greece suggests. When the afternoon slump hits in the middle of a busy workday, many of...

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Pharma R&D Annual Review 2019 PHARMA R&D ANNUAL REVIEW 2019

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Mar 12, 2019

Get your head in the game with a free download of the Pharma R&D Annual Review 2019 infographic from Informa Pharma Intelligence. This year’s look at the key players and reigning champs of R&D uses a sports theme to present its critical...

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NGS library prep and QC: Five expert tricks to save time and money NGS LIBRARY PREP AND QC: FIVE EXPERT TRICKS TO SAVE TIME AND MONEY

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Mar 12, 2019

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is helping to advance genomics research at an unprecedented rate. However, the process can be technically challenging, and any errors can significantly impact the reliability and accuracy of your results. NGS library ...

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12 Fascinating Benefits and Uses of Basil Seeds 12 FASCINATING BENEFITS AND USES OF BASIL SEEDS

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Mar 12, 2019

Basil seeds aren’t just for growing basil plants you can also eat them. They look similar to sesame seeds but are black. The type that you eat typically comes from sweet basil, Ocimum basilicum, which is the plant commonly used to season foods....

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Blocking Hidden Viral Protein Shows Promise for Treating Multiple Sclerosis BLOCKING HIDDEN VIRAL PROTEIN SHOWS PROMISE FOR TREATING MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

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Mar 12, 2019

An antibody that blocks the action of a hidden viral protein encoded by our genome shows encouraging signs of slowing down the progression of multiple sclerosis, according to the Swiss biotech GeNeuro which carried out the research. GeNeuro’s m...

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Stem Cells and Hydrogel Make Potential Osteoarthritis Treatment STEM CELLS AND HYDROGEL MAKE POTENTIAL OSTEOARTHRITIS TREATMENT

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Mar 12, 2019

Scientists from the Netherlands have received a €600,000 grant to test a treatment for osteoarthritis in humans that combines hydrogels and stem cells to help the knee joint heal. In osteoarthritis, the cartilage in joints such as the knees brea...

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Unraveling the Complexities of Neurological Disease and Injury with Real-time Live-cell Analysis UNRAVELING THE COMPLEXITIES OF NEUROLOGICAL DISEASE AND INJURY WITH REAL-TIME LIVE-CELL ANALYSIS

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Mar 12, 2019

The pathophysiology of neurological disease and injury is admittedly highly complex and temporally dynamic.  This poses a daunting challenge for the development and appropriate use of physiologically relevant models for investigative research.&n...

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The Mediterranean diet can boost athletic performance in just 4 days THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET CAN BOOST ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE IN JUST 4 DAYS

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Mar 12, 2019

New research, published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, finds that adhering to the Mediterranean diet for just 4 days is enough to boost exercise performance. The Mediterranean diet offers a range of benefits, from cardiopro...

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Sleep loss can turn us into social outcasts SLEEP LOSS CAN TURN US INTO SOCIAL OUTCASTS

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Mar 12, 2019

When we sleep poorly, we may feel less inclined to participate in social activities. Now, researchers have found evidence that being sleep-deprived can not only make us less sociable, but it can also prevent our peers from seeking us out. Sleep ...

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Accelerating Antibody Development with Automated Octet Assays ACCELERATING ANTIBODY DEVELOPMENT WITH AUTOMATED OCTET ASSAYS

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Mar 11, 2019

Drug development and production are challenging, however, high throughput characterization systems can greatly accelerate discovery programs. Using a proprietary discovery and development platform technology, Avitide enables its partners to rapidly a...

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Meddevicetracker API Infographic MEDDEVICETRACKER API INFOGRAPHIC

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Mar 11, 2019

Using the Device API gives you an easy way to access and integrate mission-critical information at your organization, leading to better-informed, faster strategic decision-making.  The Device API empowers you to

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The Importance Of Building A Better Healthcare Team THE IMPORTANCE OF BUILDING A BETTER HEALTHCARE TEAM

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Mar 11, 2019

Teamwork has become crucial in contemporary healthcare and the reasons are multiple. Clinical care is becoming more complex and specialized, forcing medical staffs to attempt complicated health services and quickly learn new methods. Aging popul...

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A Dietitian Explains Which Non-Dairy Milks Are Best For You A DIETITIAN EXPLAINS WHICH NON-DAIRY MILKS ARE BEST FOR YOU

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Mar 11, 2019

The market for nondairy bowls of milk like soy and almond has exploded in the last several years, growing 62 percent between 2012 and 2018. That’s great for the roughly five billion people who are lactose intolerant. But with so many varieties ...

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Many Families With High Breast Cancer Risk Await a Genetic Explanation MANY FAMILIES WITH HIGH BREAST CANCER RISK AWAIT A GENETIC EXPLANATION

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Mar 11, 2019

For decades, Piri Welcsh has had professional and personal stakes in understanding the genetics of breast cancer. In the 1990s, the molecular geneticist participated in an international race to clone BRCA1, the first gene linked to breast cancer risk...

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Vascular risk factors tied to brain health VASCULAR RISK FACTORS TIED TO BRAIN HEALTH

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Mar 11, 2019

New research uncovers a host of vascular risk factors that may affect the health of our brains as we get older. It is no secret that the global population is aging at an increasingly fast pace. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), t...

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Are Unisom and vitamin B-6 safe during pregnancy? ARE UNISOM AND VITAMIN B-6 SAFE DURING PREGNANCY?

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Mar 11, 2019

Many pregnant women take vitamin B-6 and Unisom to treat morning sickness. In the past, some people had concerns that this combination may harm the fetus. Morning sickness is very common during early pregnancy. Although people often refer to nausea a...

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Diabetes: Could muscle strength lower risk? DIABETES: COULD MUSCLE STRENGTH LOWER RISK?

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Mar 11, 2019

Many people worldwide have type 2 diabetes, a metabolic condition in which the body cannot properly regulate blood sugar levels. Experts already know that lack of physical activity can contribute to the risk of diabetes, but what type of exercise mig...

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What to know about the lemon detox diet WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT THE LEMON DETOX DIET

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Mar 11, 2019

The lemon detox diet involves consuming just a lemon juice-based mixture for 1 or 2 weeks, with no solid foods. The diet aims to remove toxins and cleanse the body. However, scientists have found no evidence to support these claims, and the diet may ...

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New drug limits damage to heart muscle from heart attack NEW DRUG LIMITS DAMAGE TO HEART MUSCLE FROM HEART ATTACK

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Mar 11, 2019

An experimental drug has shown great promise in limiting the damage that a heart attack can inflict on the heart. It targets a protein that plays a central role in the death of heart muscle cells. Tests on mice have revealed that the drug could ...

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The Three Steps Needed to Fully Automate the Artificial Pancreas THE THREE STEPS NEEDED TO FULLY AUTOMATE THE ARTIFICIAL PANCREAS

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Mar 11, 2019

New advances in diabetes research are making it possible to develop a fully automated insulin delivery system that can control blood sugar without any input from the patient. This so-called artificial pancreas could be here within the next decade, bu...

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Post-concert Deafness Explained POST-CONCERT DEAFNESS EXPLAINED

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Mar 11, 2019

When we listen to loud sounds, like at a music concert, our hearing may become impaired for a short time. Researchers at Linköping University have discovered a mechanism that helps to explain how this happens. “Most people have experienced...

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The Time is Now to Control Typhoid THE TIME IS NOW TO CONTROL TYPHOID

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Mar 11, 2019

Each year there are nearly 11 million cases of typhoid, a disease that is spread through contaminated food, drink, and water. Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine are leading an international consortium that is studying the im...

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Colorectal Cancer in Patients With Early Onset Is Distinct From That in Older Patients COLORECTAL CANCER IN PATIENTS WITH EARLY ONSET IS DISTINCT FROM THAT IN OLDER PATIENTS

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Mar 11, 2019

New research indicates that colorectal cancer diagnosed at an early age has clinical and genetic features that are different from those seen in traditional colorectal cancer diagnosed later in life. Published early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed j...

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Care Home Dehydration Tests Inadequate CARE HOME DEHYDRATION TESTS INADEQUATE

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Mar 11, 2019

Standard tests used to identify dehydration are not working for older people living in care homes – according to new research from the University of East Anglia. Carers often use simple tests to see if an older person is dehydrated. These inclu...

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Precision Drugs Could Unmask Cancers to the Immune System PRECISION DRUGS COULD UNMASK CANCERS TO THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

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Mar 11, 2019

Precision cancer drugs called PARP inhibitors have a previously unknown ability to boost the immune system, and could help many more patients benefit from immunotherapy, a new study reveals. Scientists found that PARP inhibitors sparked a powerful im...

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IMPROVING T CELL FUNCTION IN THE SOLID TUMOR MICROENVIRONMENT IMPROVING T CELL FUNCTION IN THE SOLID TUMOR MICROENVIRONMENT

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Mar 09, 2019

In recent years, cancer immunotherapies, in particular, immune checkpoint blockade and combination therapies, have demonstrated remarkable success in treating multiple refractory cancers. One such therapeutic approach prevents T cell exhaustion by bl...

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Five Reasons to Embrace Data-Driven Drug Development FIVE REASONS TO EMBRACE DATA-DRIVEN DRUG DEVELOPMENT

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Mar 08, 2019

The growth of the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry depends on successful clinical trials. The cost of developing a new drug that gets approval is estimated at around $2-3 billion. The longer the trial lasts and the more patients it has invol...

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Medicare Beneficiaries at a Glance MEDICARE BENEFICIARIES AT A GLANCE

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Mar 08, 2019

There were some 57 million Americans enrolled in Medicare in 2016—with the majority (68 percent) still enrolled in the traditional Medicare fee-for-service program, according to a new infographic by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service...

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10 Science-Backed Reasons to Eat More Protein 10 SCIENCE-BACKED REASONS TO EAT MORE PROTEIN

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Mar 08, 2019

The health effects of fat and carbs are controversial. However, almost everyone agrees that protein is important. Most people eat enough protein to prevent deficiency, but some individuals would do better with much higher protein intake. Numerous stu...

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11 Foods That Speed Up Your Body’s Aging Process Plus Potential Swaps 11 FOODS THAT SPEED UP YOUR BODY’S AGING PROCESS PLUS POTENTIAL SWAPS

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Mar 08, 2019

There are two main culprits that accelerate the aging process of our skin: sun exposure and advanced glycation end products (AGEs). AGEs form when protein or fat combine with sugar. While these aging culprits aren’t 100 percent in our control, ...

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Infertility and the Leaky Pipeline INFERTILITY AND THE LEAKY PIPELINE

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Mar 08, 2019

The challenges of parenthood for working parents are well known and, in STEM (Science, Technology, Math and Engineering) fields, have been strongly linked to the “leaky pipeline” the loss of women from scientific careers at much higher ra...

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9 Super Effective Ayurvedic Tips to Stay Healthy and Live Longer 9 SUPER EFFECTIVE AYURVEDIC TIPS TO STAY HEALTHY AND LIVE LONGER

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Mar 08, 2019

Living a healthy and happy life needs work on your part. You can’t spend all your day playing video games or lying down in the bed and then expecting good health for life. That is unrealistic! What is realistic though is to get up early, do you...

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10 Natural Remedies for PCOS 10 NATURAL REMEDIES FOR PCOS

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Mar 08, 2019

PCOS or Polycystic ovary syndrome happens due to hormonal imbalance in women. PCOS can start as early as the teens. It is marked by excessive levels of androgens or male hormones in the body. The exact cause of PCOS still remains uncertain. Its sympt...

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Divide and conquer: Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month DIVIDE AND CONQUER: COLORECTAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

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Mar 08, 2019

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Colorectal cancer (CRC), also known as bowel cancer, is the second highest cause of death in Europe. Although we are now better at diagnosing the disease at an earlier stage through the bowel screening prog...

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Innovative, More Cost-effective Method to Make Drugs INNOVATIVE, MORE COST-EFFECTIVE METHOD TO MAKE DRUGS

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Mar 08, 2019

The Food and Drug Administration wants the pharmaceutical industry to get away from making drugs using the traditional batch method and switch to a more modern process known as continuous manufacturing. The FDA put out a statement on Feb. 26 saying t...

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Cancer: Does mental health influence a person CANCER: DOES MENTAL HEALTH INFLUENCE A PERSON'S OUTLOOK?

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Mar 08, 2019

New research that now appears in the British Journal of Cancer suggests that a person's history of mental health issues may raise their risk of dying from cancer following diagnosis. Though the cancer mortality rates in the United States hav...

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Could a smartphone app detect diabetes? COULD A SMARTPHONE APP DETECT DIABETES?

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Mar 08, 2019

Today, millions of people in the United States are unaware that they have diabetes. A recent study finds that data from a readily available smartphone app could help detect diabetes in people without requiring a trip to the clinic.

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International Women INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY: INSPIRING YOUNG MINDS AND SAFE SCIENCE WITH CHARLOTTE MAUGHAN

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Mar 08, 2019

Happy International Women's Day! This date has its origins back in the early 1900s when women were marching for voting rights and better working rights. In 1909, the first National Women's Day was observed in the U.S. From that point on, more...

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The new standards for phenotypic screening THE NEW STANDARDS FOR PHENOTYPIC SCREENING

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Mar 07, 2019

If you’ve decided you need to incorporate phenotypic screening into your discovery program and you know that one of the new generations of automation platforms is the way forward, what factors should influence your choice?

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A New Frontier in the Fight Against Cancer A NEW FRONTIER IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER

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Mar 07, 2019

Pathology studies the causes and effects of cancer and other diseases.  Pathologists work by examining tissue samples in a laboratory.  But with the advent of personalized medicine, the pathologist’s role is profoundly changing. ...

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STUDYING HAND, FOOT, AND MOUTH DISEASE WITH HUMANIZED MICE STUDYING HAND, FOOT, AND MOUTH DISEASE WITH HUMANIZED MICE

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Mar 07, 2019

Enterovirus-A71 (EV-A71), a member of the genus Enterovirus in the Picornaviridae family1, is one of the most common causes of hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) in younger children and occasionally causes large-scale epidemics worldwide, especiall...

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What Happens To Your Brain And Body When You Do Yoga Regularly WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR BRAIN AND BODY WHEN YOU DO YOGA REGULARLY

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Mar 07, 2019

Over 36 million Americans practice yoga. Studies show it can improve flexibility, which in turn can help treat and prevent back pain. Yoga has also been shown to lower inflammation, which is linked to serious issues like cardiovascular disease and ca...

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What does better gender balance mean? WHAT DOES BETTER GENDER BALANCE MEAN?

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Mar 07, 2019

Let's talk about gender balance. Our employees share their view on this topic and explain the incredible value it can have in our day to day work.

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Fact or Fiction: Debunking the Latest Anti-Vax Myths FACT OR FICTION: DEBUNKING THE LATEST ANTI-VAX MYTHS

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Mar 07, 2019

With more than 100 confirmed cases of measles in the United States already this year, vaccines are once again squarely at the center of passionate national debate. At the heart of the issue are the concerns of parents about the safety of vaccines for...

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Why Do We Need Yearly Flu Shots, but Not Measles Shots? WHY DO WE NEED YEARLY FLU SHOTS, BUT NOT MEASLES SHOTS?

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Mar 07, 2019

Unlike measles, Influenza requires a fresh shot of vaccines every year. But why?

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MMR vaccine does not cause autism, even in those most at risk MMR VACCINE DOES NOT CAUSE AUTISM, EVEN IN THOSE MOST AT RISK

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Mar 07, 2019

A new large-scale Danish study searches for connections between autism and the MMR vaccine. In particular, they investigate at-risk individuals. Once again, no links are found. The furor surrounding vaccines and their relationship with autism ha...

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Why do we sleep? Scientists find brain repair mechanism WHY DO WE SLEEP? SCIENTISTS FIND BRAIN REPAIR MECHANISM

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Mar 07, 2019

Sleep is an important part of the daily life cycle of most animals including humans. But when an animal sleeps, it leaves itself defenseless in the face of danger. So, what makes sleeping so important that we all take this risk? Research, both o...

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Genes may contribute to marital satisfaction GENES MAY CONTRIBUTE TO MARITAL SATISFACTION

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Mar 07, 2019

Genes may have a discernible impact on the quality of a marriage, according to a recent study of couples in their middle and later years. Researchers at the Yale School of Public Health, New Haven, CT, investigated how a gene variant that influe...

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Hit-to-lead discovery at a nonprofit research institute HIT-TO-LEAD DISCOVERY AT A NONPROFIT RESEARCH INSTITUTE

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Mar 07, 2019

Small molecule drug discovery has long been the domain of pharmaceutical companies, and that’s not likely to change anytime soon. But there’s a cadre of universities and nonprofit research institutes that have embraced drug development at...

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Colon Cleansing Vs Ayurvedic Basti – All You Need to Know! COLON CLEANSING VS AYURVEDIC BASTI – ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW!

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Mar 07, 2019

Colon cleansing is also termed as colonics or colonic irrigation. It is the procedure done to remove toxins and other waste products from your colon by administering a large amount of water or any other fluids or laxatives or by administration of pur...

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Natural Language Processing in Pharma – Current Applications NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING IN PHARMA – CURRENT APPLICATIONS

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Mar 06, 2019

Natural language processing (NLP) seems to see less use in pharma than AI approaches such as machine vision and predictive analytics, but nevertheless there are a few applications for NLP in pharma. The industry deals mostly with structured data, but...

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Motion Sickness MOTION SICKNESS

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Mar 06, 2019

Our Chief Patient Officer, Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall gives tips on some ways to help relieve motion sickness symptoms on The Doctors.

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Another Massive Study Finds Measles Vaccine Doesn’t Cause Autism ANOTHER MASSIVE STUDY FINDS MEASLES VACCINE DOESN’T CAUSE AUTISM

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Mar 06, 2019

A large-scale study of half a million people over 10 years confirms yet again that there is no connection between the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine, and autism. No link has been found between the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine, and aut...

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What happens to your body when you take steroids? WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR BODY WHEN YOU TAKE STEROIDS?

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Mar 06, 2019

What ACTUALLY Happens To Your Body When You Take Steroids. Many a naive man has been tempted by shortcuts on the road to Mr. Olympia muscle. But whether taken orally or via a needle, the risks are real. Anabolic steroids travel through the bloodstrea...

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Being overweight or obese may improve stroke survival BEING OVERWEIGHT OR OBESE MAY IMPROVE STROKE SURVIVAL

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Mar 06, 2019

New research reveals that being overweight, obese, or severely obese may improve a person's chances of surviving after a stroke. Obesity is a "serious medical condition" that can lead to various complications. These might include athero...

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This sleep disorder puts people at THIS SLEEP DISORDER PUTS PEOPLE AT 'VERY HIGH RISK' OF PARKINSON'S

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Mar 06, 2019

Research has linked a particular sleep disorder called rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder with a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. What characterizes this sleep problem, and can its presence be a good way to predict Parkinson's ...

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The Importance of New Biological Drug Characterization THE IMPORTANCE OF NEW BIOLOGICAL DRUG CHARACTERIZATION

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Mar 06, 2019

By 2023, the monoclonal antibodies market is expected to reach a staggering $130B. The potential of monoclonal antibodies and other biologic drugs is huge. They are promising treatments for severe diseases and can improve or save patients’ live...

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Five ways instrument utilization data can boost your lab’s efficiency FIVE WAYS INSTRUMENT UTILIZATION DATA CAN BOOST YOUR LAB’S EFFICIENCY

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Mar 05, 2019

Are you guilty of making decisions without the data to back them up? In today’s busy labs, mission-critical decisions about laboratory equipment purchases, service contract renewals, consumables spending, and staffing are often made on the basi...

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Cancer Biologists Investigate Epigenetic Regulation of Pancreatic Cancer Cells using Live Cell Imaging CANCER BIOLOGISTS INVESTIGATE EPIGENETIC REGULATION OF PANCREATIC CANCER CELLS USING LIVE CELL IMAGING

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Mar 05, 2019

A few decades ago, an important finding caused a paradigm shift in cancer genetics. Studies reported that key events in cancer initiation and progression can occur regardless of the underlying DNA. A field then emerged to curb cancer via epigenetics,...

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Making Sense of Proteomic Data Pipelines MAKING SENSE OF PROTEOMIC DATA PIPELINES

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Mar 05, 2019

Proteomics research relies on complex technological equipment and yields large amounts of data that are challenging to process. A data pipeline ensures that proteomic data can be handled efficiently, allows analysts to effectively answer questions fr...

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Smarter PCR with Platinum II Taq DNA Polymerase SMARTER PCR WITH PLATINUM II TAQ DNA POLYMERASE

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Mar 05, 2019

Simpler, cleaner, smarter--these are some PCR benefits you can achieve with  Invitrogen Platinum II Taq Hot-Start DNA Polymerase.

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What You Can Do to Help Children Adjust to Daylight Saving Time WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP CHILDREN ADJUST TO DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME

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Mar 05, 2019

Daylight saving time can bring a welcome end to the short, dark days of winter, but it can also disrupt our natural sleep cycles. If parents fail to plan ahead, the consequence is short-term sleep deprivation for their children and teens. This can ca...

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Here HERE'S HOW TREATING OBESITY AND DEPRESSION AT THE SAME TIME CAN HELP

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Mar 05, 2019

A new intervention helps people lose weight and improve their depression symptoms at the same time. Millions of Americans have been diagnosed with depression. Even more, have obesity. For many people, these conditions go hand in hand, increasing thei...

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7 Tips for the Medication Management Process 7 TIPS FOR THE MEDICATION MANAGEMENT PROCESS

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Mar 05, 2019

Medication management is the process of overseeing the medications prescribed for a patient to ensure they are taken properly and achieving their planned, therapeutic outcome. The process includes initial and ongoing medication review to address safe...

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What to know about acute renal failure WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT ACUTE RENAL FAILURE

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Mar 05, 2019

Acute renal failure is when a person's kidneys are not working as well as they once did. This usually happens very suddenly over several hours or up to 2 days. Many people do not experience symptoms until their condition has advanced. As a result...

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How does exercise impact cognitive function in Parkinson HOW DOES EXERCISE IMPACT COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN PARKINSON'S?

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Mar 05, 2019

Experts have already concluded that exercise can help people with Parkinson's disease improve their motor symptoms, but what is its effect on the cognitive symptoms of this condition? Parkinson's disease is a neurological condition that ...

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What are the facts of Crohn WHAT ARE THE FACTS OF CROHN'S DISEASE?

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Mar 05, 2019

Crohn's disease is a lifelong condition that causes inflammation and irritation along the digestive tract. Knowing the facts about Crohn's can help a person better understand and manage their condition. In this article, we explore Crohn's...

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Pancreatic cancer: Two-hit treatment approach shows promise PANCREATIC CANCER: TWO-HIT TREATMENT APPROACH SHOWS PROMISE

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Mar 05, 2019

It may be feasible to treat pancreatic cancer by using one drug to get the cancer cells to depend on a single source of energy, and another drug to take it away from them. The approach looks promising after a recent study successfully tested it on pa...

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Can mouthwash raise your blood pressure? CAN MOUTHWASH RAISE YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE?

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Mar 05, 2019

New research, published in the journal Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, shows that an antiseptic compound found in mouthwash destroys "friendly" oral bacteria that help maintain normal blood pressure levels. Scientists...

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Anthelmintic drug niclosamide repurposed to treat Helicobacter pylori ANTHELMINTIC DRUG NICLOSAMIDE REPURPOSED TO TREAT HELICOBACTER PYLORI

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Mar 05, 2019

Drug repurposing can often reduce the time and cost it takes to discover and develop a new drug, especially for novel antimicrobial therapies. Helicobacter pylori is a Gram-negative, helically shaped, stomach pathogen associated with human gastric mu...

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Renal Reabsorption in Living Devices RENAL REABSORPTION IN LIVING DEVICES

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Mar 05, 2019

Every day our kidneys tackle the daunting task of continuously cleaning our blood to prevent waste, salt, and excess fluid from building up inside our bodies. To achieve this, the kidneys’ approximately one million filtration units (glomeruli) ...

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Exploring How Alcohol Affects Energy Use in the Brain EXPLORING HOW ALCOHOL AFFECTS ENERGY USE IN THE BRAIN

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Mar 05, 2019

Assessing the patterns of energy use and neuronal activity simultaneously in the human brain improves our understanding of how alcohol affects the brain, according to new research by scientists at the National Institutes of Health. The new approach f...

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Are Mosaic Embryos the "Dark Horse" of IVF? ARE MOSAIC EMBRYOS THE "DARK HORSE" OF IVF?

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Mar 05, 2019

Not every embryo contains 46 perfect chromosomes. Some have more, others have fewer. The result is a common abnormality known as aneuploidy, which occurs in as many as 80 percents of human embryos. Because aneuploidy has been linked to a risk of in v...

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Broken Heart? Look to the Brain BROKEN HEART? LOOK TO THE BRAIN

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Mar 05, 2019

Scientists have shown for the first time that the brain is involved in the development of a heart condition called Takotsubo syndrome (TTS). They found that regions of the brain responsible for processing emotions and controlling the unconscious work...

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'TAKING TREATMENT FOR AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE IN A NEW DIRECTION'

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Mar 05, 2019

In autoimmune diseases, such as type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis, the body's immune system mistakenly attacks healthy cells, believing them to be harmful agents. Recently, scientists have been conducting new research with the aim of devisin...

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Distinctive Signature of Gut Bacteria in IBS Sufferers DISTINCTIVE SIGNATURE OF GUT BACTERIA IN IBS SUFFERERS

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Mar 05, 2019

People who suffer from stress-related Irritable Bowel Syndrome have a distinctive microbial signature in their gut. However, holistic, psychosomatic therapy using hypnosis is significantly more effective at treating their condition than symptomatic o...

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Cocoa may help treat common MS symptom COCOA MAY HELP TREAT COMMON MS SYMPTOM

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Mar 05, 2019

New research, which features in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, finds that having a cocoa drink every day for 6 weeks helps combat fatigue in people living with multiple sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmun...

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Therapeutic Approach for Pancreatic Cancer Moves Forward THERAPEUTIC APPROACH FOR PANCREATIC CANCER MOVES FORWARD

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Mar 05, 2019

Even among cancers, pancreatic cancer is an especially sinister form of the disease. The one-year survival rate is extremely low, and treatment progress has lagged behind that of many other malignancies. A study published today in the journal Nature ...

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An Essential Guide To Effective Managed Care In Commercial Pharma AN ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO EFFECTIVE MANAGED CARE IN COMMERCIAL PHARMA

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Mar 04, 2019

In response to the rapidly growing influence of managed care, the pharma industry has undergone significant transformation. In the past, to drive prescriptions, the main focus of pharma companies was selling to the individual doctors. Under the tradi...

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Artificial Intelligence & the Pharma Industry: What’s Next ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & THE PHARMA INDUSTRY: WHAT’S NEXT

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Mar 04, 2019

Artificial intelligence in Pharma refers to the use of automated algorithms to perform tasks which traditionally rely on human intelligence. Over the last five years, the use of artificial intelligence in the pharma and biotech industry has redefined...

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Bloating: The Causes and the Cures BLOATING: THE CAUSES AND THE CURES

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Mar 04, 2019

Just about all of us have experienced a bloated belly. But for some people, bloating causes near daily distress. I hear from people all the time who suffer from bloating and want to know what they should be eating or not eating to avoid it. And of co...

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The Empty Promise of “Safe” Drug Importation THE EMPTY PROMISE OF “SAFE” DRUG IMPORTATION

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Mar 04, 2019

For years, BIO has been urging both state and federal policymakers to adopt responsible solutions that would make prescription drugs more affordable for America’s patients. At times, our advocacy work includes the need to raise concerns with so...

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How Your Own Plasma May Help Stop Hair Loss HOW YOUR OWN PLASMA MAY HELP STOP HAIR LOSS

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Mar 04, 2019

Going bald may seem to be a fact of life for many men and women as they age, but there are new treatments that could make a difference. While there have been some longtime recommended treatments for hereditary hair loss like Rogaine and Propecia, the...

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Sleeping more on weekends does not make up for past sleep loss SLEEPING MORE ON WEEKENDS DOES NOT MAKE UP FOR PAST SLEEP LOSS

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Mar 04, 2019

Whenever we sleep poorly throughout the week, we comfort ourselves with the thought that we will make up for lost slumber at the weekend. However, a new study brings us the bad news: sleeping in at the weekend does not reverse the damage of chronic s...

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How to treat a cold or flu at home HOW TO TREAT A COLD OR FLU AT HOME

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Mar 04, 2019

Viruses are responsible for colds and flu, so antibiotics are not able to cure or prevent these illnesses. Plenty of rest, fluids, and home remedies can help relieve symptoms. Colds and the flu are common illnesses that can cause many uncomforta...

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Embryos’ Signaling Proteins Go With the Flow EMBRYOS’ SIGNALING PROTEINS GO WITH THE FLOW

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Mar 04, 2019

How cells in developing embryos communicate depend a great deal on context, according to scientists at Rice University. They found that a protein signaling pathway is known as WNT and its interactions are far more dynamic than once thought as the res...

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Longer Lifespan Without a Reproduction Cost LONGER LIFESPAN WITHOUT A REPRODUCTION COST

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Mar 04, 2019

Genetic manipulation that more than doubles lifespan also leads to better offspring - according to new collaborative research from the University of East Anglia and Uppsala University. Researchers studied a gene, known as DAF-2, which is associated w...

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Single injection gives mammals night vision SINGLE INJECTION GIVES MAMMALS NIGHT VISION

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Mar 04, 2019

Scientists at the cutting edge of nanotechnology are on the path to the seemingly impossible: creating an injection that allows us to see in the dark. This research opens the door to brand new therapeutic interventions. The mammalian eye can only res...

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The key to weight loss: THE KEY TO WEIGHT LOSS: 'LOG OFTEN, LOSE MORE'

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Mar 04, 2019

Many people consider logging everything that they eat to be a tedious task. However, this effective weight-loss technique takes much less time than most people think, according to a recent study. Obesity is now a common health issue. According to the...

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Chemical Pollutants in the Home and Infertility CHEMICAL POLLUTANTS IN THE HOME AND INFERTILITY

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Mar 04, 2019

New research by scientists at the University of Nottingham suggests that environmental contaminants found in the home and diet have the same adverse effects on male fertility in both humans and in domestic dogs. There has been increasing concern over...

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Working long hours increases depression risk in women WORKING LONG HOURS INCREASES DEPRESSION RISK IN WOMEN

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Mar 04, 2019

Women who clock 55 working hours or more every week might have a higher risk of depression. Also, working weekends can increase depression risk for both men and women. A new study that now appears in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community H...

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Ayurveda And Its Role In Treating PCOS/PCOD AYURVEDA AND ITS ROLE IN TREATING PCOS/PCOD

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Mar 03, 2019

Good health, unfortunately, is not experienced by every human being on earth. Be it a man or a woman and people of all ages do face some kind of health-related issue or contract disease at some point in time in their lives. The age of reasoning and m...

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State-of-the-art assays for myasthenia gravis STATE-OF-THE-ART ASSAYS FOR MYASTHENIA GRAVIS

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Mar 02, 2019

Myasthenia gravis is an autoimmune disease with an estimated prevalence of 14-20/100,000 population in the U.S. and 1-9 /100,000 population in Europe. Many affected individuals go undiagnosed. Myasthenia gravis can cause severe muscle weakness and gr...

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Why nutritional psychiatry is the future of mental health treatment WHY NUTRITIONAL PSYCHIATRY IS THE FUTURE OF MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT

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Mar 02, 2019

A lack of essential nutrients is known to contribute to the onset of poor mental health in people suffering from anxiety and depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and ADHD. Nutritional psychiatry is a growing discipline that focuses on the use...

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Ayurvedic Treatment for Broken Capillaries (Spider Veins) AYURVEDIC TREATMENT FOR BROKEN CAPILLARIES (SPIDER VEINS)

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Mar 02, 2019

Broken capillaries appear when the vein wall is too weak to withstand the pressure of the blood being pumped around the body. Reduced resistance of the vein walls is common in women during menopause, when broken capillaries in the arms and legs can m...

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Gene therapy and stem cells could treat Kidney Failure GENE THERAPY AND STEM CELLS COULD TREAT KIDNEY FAILURE

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Mar 02, 2019

Research has shown, in mice, that genetic material can be delivered to damaged cells in the kidneys, a key step toward developing gene therapy to treat chronic kidney disease. The potentially fatal condition affects 30 million Americans, most of whom...

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Pollutants may speed up ALS progression POLLUTANTS MAY SPEED UP ALS PROGRESSION

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Mar 02, 2019

New research, appearing in the BMJ Journal of Neurology, suggests that various pollutants may not only raise the risk of people developing ALS but also make the disease advance faster. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehri...

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Has fast food become worse for our health in the past 30 years? HAS FAST FOOD BECOME WORSE FOR OUR HEALTH IN THE PAST 30 YEARS?

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Mar 02, 2019

Filled with empty calories and ultra-processed, fast food may increase the risk of obesity and cancer. While fast-food chains have ostensibly been trying to offer more healthful options, a new study finds that the health impact of their menus has not...

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Fighting Malaria Drug Resistance FIGHTING MALARIA DRUG RESISTANCE

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Mar 01, 2019

Plasmodium falciparum resistance to artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs) started to crop up around 2007. Infections, especially in the Greater Mekong area of Southeast Asia, seemingly survived treatment. This was largely due to the pairing ...

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Application Of Blockchain In Healthcare APPLICATION OF BLOCKCHAIN IN HEALTHCARE

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Mar 01, 2019

Application of blockchain is no longer a concept known only to a few industries. What started with cryptocurrency in 2009 has come a long way since. Its capability for secure transactions has enabled it to find potential in industries such as banking...

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How to Overcome Unexplained Infertility Through Natural Remedies HOW TO OVERCOME UNEXPLAINED INFERTILITY THROUGH NATURAL REMEDIES

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Mar 01, 2019

Yes! You can’t deny that infertility can be depressing and highly frustrating not only to the couple but also their families. If you have been lucky enough not to go through it, perhaps your family member or friend was. Believe me, after readin...

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Mar 01, 2019

Dentures are a removable set of teeth that are meant to create a new smile for a patient. In order to make a set, it requires several appointments with the patient and lengthy procedures in the lab to get the right fit and look. It can be a tedious p...

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Rising to the Challenge of Opioid Detection RISING TO THE CHALLENGE OF OPIOID DETECTION

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Mar 01, 2019

Today, the Opioid Detection Challenge, a $1.55 million USD global prize competition, was launched by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), in collaboration with U.S. Customs and Border Protection...

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How Prostate Cancer Becomes Treatment Resistant HOW PROSTATE CANCER BECOMES TREATMENT RESISTANT

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Mar 01, 2019

The development of effective anti-androgen therapies for prostate cancer is a major scientific advance. However, some men who receive these targeted treatments are more likely to develop a deadly treatment-resistant prostate cancer subtype called neu...

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Colon cancer: Could exercise halt tumor growth? COLON CANCER: COULD EXERCISE HALT TUMOR GROWTH?

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Mar 01, 2019

New research, appearing in the Journal of Physiology, suggests that short bursts of intense, physical activity may reduce the growth of colorectal tumor cells. According to the American Cancer Society, doctors will diagnose more than 100,000 new case...

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Protein marker in response to brain cancer therapy PROTEIN MARKER IN RESPONSE TO BRAIN CANCER THERAPY

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Mar 01, 2019

Brain tumors vary widely in how they respond to treatment. However, early assessment of therapy response is essential in order to choose the best possible treatment for the patient. Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) have now be...

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Excessive daily TV at older age tied to poorer memory EXCESSIVE DAILY TV AT OLDER AGE TIED TO POORER MEMORY

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Mar 01, 2019

Older people who want to preserve their faculties may wish to consider rationing their TV time. A large new study of older adults found that those who spent at least 3.5 hours per day watching TV experienced a greater decline in verbal memory. R...

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Preventing cancer: PREVENTING CANCER: 'FLAWLESS' DNA REPAIR OFFERS INSIGHT

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Mar 01, 2019

A recent study dives into the details of exactly how cells fix DNA mutations. The researchers provide fresh insight into so-called flawless DNA repair. Cancer research often involves a multi-pronged approach. Of course, testing new treatments and fin...

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New compound could fight off aggressive melanoma NEW COMPOUND COULD FIGHT OFF AGGRESSIVE MELANOMA

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Mar 01, 2019

New research, appearing in the journal Cell, reveals a drug compound that could halt the growth of an aggressive form of melanoma. Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that accounts for 1 percent of all skin cancer cases. Despite this small percent...

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The Orphan Drug Act is a Win for Patients and Innovation THE ORPHAN DRUG ACT IS A WIN FOR PATIENTS AND INNOVATION

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Feb 28, 2019

Here’s a statistic that might surprise you: approximately 7,000 rare disorders are known to exist, and new ones are discovered each year. It’s not something we think about often, in fact, the media almost never cover it. However, in recog...

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Making the Impossible Happen for Rare Disease Patients MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE HAPPEN FOR RARE DISEASE PATIENTS

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Feb 28, 2019

The Orphan Drug Act is critical to ensuring that rare disease drug development continues as new rare diseases are identified.

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The Orphan Drug Act: Spurring Innovative Rare Disease Drug Development THE ORPHAN DRUG ACT: SPURRING INNOVATIVE RARE DISEASE DRUG DEVELOPMENT

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Feb 28, 2019

Incentives provided by the Orphan Drug Act have encouraged a greater number of companies to develop therapies for rare diseases.

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Addressing Medication Complexity Through Community-Based Strategies ADDRESSING MEDICATION COMPLEXITY THROUGH COMMUNITY-BASED STRATEGIES

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Feb 28, 2019

Juggling medications can be overwhelming for people with complex needs individuals who often struggle with low health literacy, unstable housing, isolation, and other unmet issues. This population is often prescribed multiple medications from numerou...

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Quietness better than background music for creativity QUIETNESS BETTER THAN BACKGROUND MUSIC FOR CREATIVITY

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Feb 28, 2019

Recent research questions the popular notion that listening to music increases creativity. Instead, it proposes that quietness, or even background library noise, is more beneficial. After conducting a series of experiments with human volunteers,...

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What are the main symptoms of mania? WHAT ARE THE MAIN SYMPTOMS OF MANIA?

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Feb 28, 2019

The mania phase of bipolar disorder involves an unusually high level of energy and activity. It is common for people in this phase to experience racing thoughts, a lower need for sleep, and difficulty concentrating. Bipolar disorder is a condition th...

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Growing up in a green area may help support mental health GROWING UP IN A GREEN AREA MAY HELP SUPPORT MENTAL HEALTH

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Feb 28, 2019

New research from Aarhus University in Denmark suggests that people who have grown up in close contact with nature are much less likely to develop mental health problems in adulthood than peers who had less access to green space as children. Acc...

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Alcohol may be less harmful for people over 50 ALCOHOL MAY BE LESS HARMFUL FOR PEOPLE OVER 50

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Feb 28, 2019

A recent study examines the health impact of consuming alcohol at different ages. The authors conclude that, for people over the age of 50, health risks may be less severe. Heavy drinking is linked to a range of serious health consequences. These inc...

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DECIPHERING THE COMPLEX WORLD OF HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE DECIPHERING THE COMPLEX WORLD OF HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE

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Feb 27, 2019

British neurologist Edward Wild is fluent in the complicated, tongue-twisting language of Huntington’s disease. But how do you explain to people living with Huntington’s what a triplet repeat on the huntingtin gene is? And how do you inte...

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A 60-Year Study of Health and Nutrition in the U.S., Explained A 60-YEAR STUDY OF HEALTH AND NUTRITION IN THE U.S., EXPLAINED

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Feb 27, 2019

By the late 1960s, the lead had been recognized as a toxic substance for over a thousand years. The heavy metal made the mind “give way,” wrote the Greek physician Dioscorides in the 1st Century AD; Vitruvius, Julius Caesar’s engine...

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Functional Genomic Screening for Drug Resistance FUNCTIONAL GENOMIC SCREENING FOR DRUG RESISTANCE

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Feb 27, 2019

The long process of drug discovery can take over a decade, from the identification of a target molecule, to release of a clinically approved drug that can be incorporated into therapeutic regimes. However, even after this long, convoluted, and the fi...

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Ayurveda Says This Is the Key to a Healthy Immune System AYURVEDA SAYS THIS IS THE KEY TO A HEALTHY IMMUNE SYSTEM

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Feb 27, 2019

In her book, The Human Advantage, neuroscientist Suzana Herculano-Houzel points to the invention of cooking as the singular advancement that led to humans developing the largest primate brain. “Cooking is essentially the act of using fire to pr...

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Flow Chemistry: A Scale-Up Solution For Modern API Development And Manufacturing FLOW CHEMISTRY: A SCALE-UP SOLUTION FOR MODERN API DEVELOPMENT AND MANUFACTURING

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Feb 27, 2019

Once deemed an “experts-only” approach to chemical synthesis, flow chemistry is a cost-efficient technique growing in popularity that can increase safety and flexibility and improve product quality. However, not all chemical profiles perf...

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Four things I learned from an individual with fibrous dysplasia FOUR THINGS I LEARNED FROM AN INDIVIDUAL WITH FIBROUS DYSPLASIA

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Feb 27, 2019

As it does every year, Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases is proud to partner with Findacure in its Student Voice essay contest. The overall winner will be published in the journal on Rare Disease Day, and we are proud to present the other finalists h...

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12 natural ways to relieve pain 12 NATURAL WAYS TO RELIEVE PAIN

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Feb 27, 2019

Over-the-counter medicines such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen are effective pain relievers, but long-term use can cause side effects. Prescription medications may be addictive and have even more adverse effects. What are the best natural ways to rel...

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New treatment under trial could restore brain cells in Parkinson NEW TREATMENT UNDER TRIAL COULD RESTORE BRAIN CELLS IN PARKINSON'S

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Feb 27, 2019

A series of clinical trials have tested an experimental treatment for Parkinson's disease that uses a novel approach: administering the drug straight into the brain via implanted ports. The leading researchers believe this may be a "breakthr...

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Feb 27, 2019

We are passionate about what we do and the impact we have on patients and associates. We are Novartis and we are reimagining medicine.

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Spotlight on Alzheimer’s Research: Brain Awareness Week 2019 SPOTLIGHT ON ALZHEIMER’S RESEARCH: BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK 2019

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Feb 27, 2019

The 11th March marks the beginning of Brian Awareness Week. As part of this campaign, the ISRCTN team have compiled a collection of recent and ongoing clinical trials into Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most com...

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Taking Immune Monitoring to a Whole New Level TAKING IMMUNE MONITORING TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL

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Feb 27, 2019

In 2018, there were approximately 3,400 active agents in the immuno-oncology pipeline, a 67% increase from 2017. Clinical research in the field of immunotherapies is steadily increasing, especially in the area of oncology. The growing interest in imm...

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How to Make Cancer Drug Resistance Futile HOW TO MAKE CANCER DRUG RESISTANCE FUTILE

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Feb 27, 2019

For many solid tumors, treatments undergo a cycle: the drugs initially work well, the tumor shrinks, but then becomes resistant again. Stefanie Flückiger-Mangual, CEO of the Swiss biotech Tolremo, believes that this cycle can be stopped. Solid t...

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'ANTIBACTERIAL' CHEMICAL IN TOOTHPASTE COULD STRENGTHEN BACTERIA

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Feb 26, 2019

New research finds that triclosan, a popular antibacterial chemical, could have the opposite effect and make bacteria more rather than less resilient to antibiotic treatment. Triclosan is an antibacterial compound present in everyday household and pe...

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Medicine of the future: personalizing with AI and machine learning MEDICINE OF THE FUTURE: PERSONALIZING WITH AI AND MACHINE LEARNING

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Feb 26, 2019

Developing personalized and precision medicine is the next breakthrough for drug developers particularly for cancer treatments. A recent review paper, from researchers at Rutgers University Department of Biomedicine Engineering, highlights its potent...

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Digital transformation in the pharmaceutical world DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL WORLD

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Feb 26, 2019

While many sectors have undergone this process by putting a data-driven approach in place, this has yet to be fully realized in pharmaceuticals. Sam Shah, director of digital development at NHS England has recently said the same is also true in the h...

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THE BENEFITS OF VACCINATION OUTWEIGH THE RISKS THE BENEFITS OF VACCINATION OUTWEIGH THE RISKS

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Feb 26, 2019

I have always made sure my children received their vaccinations on time, and wow, my daughter is off to college soon! That’s a lot of shots over the course of 18 years. Before she goes, I will occasionally spoil her with her favorite, albeit pr...

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Healthcare 2030 the consumer at the center HEALTHCARE 2030 THE CONSUMER AT THE CENTER

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Feb 26, 2019

The healthcare industry is facing major demographic changes that will dramatically impact which services are needed and how they are delivered.  As Millennials, Generation X, and Baby Boomers enter new life stages at the same time, there are sim...

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Governance in Healthcare: Ownership and Consistency GOVERNANCE IN HEALTHCARE: OWNERSHIP AND CONSISTENCY

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Feb 26, 2019

The rise of big data, self-service, and more powerful and flexible end-user information visualization and preparation tools, consumer/ member/patient experience is impacting governance in a significant manner with regard to structure, decision rights...

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New device can detect cancer in just a drop of blood NEW DEVICE CAN DETECT CANCER IN JUST A DROP OF BLOOD

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Feb 26, 2019

Some types of cancer, such as ovarian cancer, tend to remain undetected until they are too advanced for treatment to be effective. Now, an innovative tool may be able to detect cancer easily, quickly, and in minuscule amounts of blood. In a bid ...

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Establishing Immune Memory to Rabies in the CNS ESTABLISHING IMMUNE MEMORY TO RABIES IN THE CNS

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Feb 26, 2019

Researchers from Philadelphia University and Thomas Jefferson University have highlighted how building a strong immune memory response to rabies virus in the brain and spinal cord is key to protecting the CNS against infection. The rabies virus ...

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Study ties arthritis pain reliever to heart valve disease STUDY TIES ARTHRITIS PAIN RELIEVER TO HEART VALVE DISEASE

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Feb 26, 2019

A recent study has linked a common prescription drug that people with arthritis use to relieve pain and inflammation to a heart valve problem. The drug, which has the generic name celecoxib and the brand name Celebrex, belongs to a category of n...

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Scientists Are Close To Eliminating Pain, Here’s How SCIENTISTS ARE CLOSE TO ELIMINATING PAIN, HERE’S HOW

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Feb 26, 2019

"This study is a major advance," says Irene Tracey, a pain neuroscientist at Oxford University who wasn't involved in the study. "It was a tour de force and a welcome addition to understanding this complex and major problem."

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The best home remedies for baby constipation THE BEST HOME REMEDIES FOR BABY CONSTIPATION

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Feb 26, 2019

Babies often go a long time between bowel movements. Most of the time, it is normal for a baby to go days or even more than a week without a bowel movement. However, a baby may sometimes be constipated and need a little help. If a baby is constipated...

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Women who work longer than 55 hours per week are more likely to suffer depression WOMEN WHO WORK LONGER THAN 55 HOURS PER WEEK ARE MORE LIKELY TO SUFFER DEPRESSION

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Feb 26, 2019

The researchers found that women who worked for longer than 55 hours per week were more likely to exhibit symptoms of depression than women who worked the standard 35 to 40-hour week.  Men who worked longer hours were not at an increased risk of...

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What can cause back pain while breathing? WHAT CAN CAUSE BACK PAIN WHILE BREATHING?

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Feb 26, 2019

If back pain occurs when a person breathes, it can signal an underlying medical condition. In some cases the pain is sharp, and possible causes range from inflammation or infection of the chest to spinal curvature and lung cancer. Back pain while bre...

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Johns Hopkins experts propose new approach to ensure success of precision medicine JOHNS HOPKINS EXPERTS PROPOSE NEW APPROACH TO ENSURE SUCCESS OF PRECISION MEDICINE

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Feb 26, 2019

Precision medicine is a focus of ongoing debate. In an environment of limited research funds, there are those who believe that precision medicine should be funded because it will improve population health and those who feel that it shouldn’t be...

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What to know about DEXA scans WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT DEXA SCANS

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Feb 26, 2019

A DEXA scan usually assesses or measures bone density. It may also have used in determining body composition, such as the percentage of lean muscle and fat. The dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) scan uses two low-energy X-ray beams, which docto...

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Osteoporosis: Some yoga poses may cause bone injuries OSTEOPOROSIS: SOME YOGA POSES MAY CAUSE BONE INJURIES

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Feb 26, 2019

Although anecdotal sources and academic studies show that yoga can boost a person's well-being, some may need to use caution. A new study suggests that certain yoga poses can lead to bone injuries in people with osteoporosis or osteopenia. I...

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6 Important Reasons to Build a Commercial Pharma Data Platform 6 IMPORTANT REASONS TO BUILD A COMMERCIAL PHARMA DATA PLATFORM

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Feb 25, 2019

Data is ubiquitous in the pharma industry – a commodity that weaves an intricate web of information, flowing through all aspects of your business. It’s an amazing and unforgiving stream that immediately and permanently captures everything...

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Insomnia tied to depression, cardiovascular disease INSOMNIA TIED TO DEPRESSION, CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

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Feb 25, 2019

Insomnia, often blamed on stress or bad sleep habits, may instead be closely linked to depression, heart disease, and other physiological disorders, a pair of deep dives into the human genome now reveals. “Both studies are very well done,&rdquo...

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Formed Elements of the Blood IN JUST 5 MIN FORMED ELEMENTS OF THE BLOOD IN JUST 5 MIN

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Feb 25, 2019

Late-onset Alzheimer’s disease is extremely difficult to model in the laboratory, one reason why no successful therapy for it exists. But scientists are using new capabilities to create more accurate, more useful research tools, bringing new ho...

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What Motivates Me Breakthrough Science WHAT MOTIVATES ME BREAKTHROUGH SCIENCE

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Feb 25, 2019

Pfizer’s Adekunle Onadipe shares his passion for science and mentoring.

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What to know about back pain in pregnancy WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT BACK PAIN IN PREGNANCY

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Feb 25, 2019

Along with nausea, fatigue, and swollen feet, most women experience back pain at some points during pregnancy. Pregnancy-related back pain typically affects the lower back. According to one review that looked into the complaint, low-back pain affects...

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Shop with a Dietitian: 5 Diabetes-Friendly Recipes and Shopping List SHOP WITH A DIETITIAN: 5 DIABETES-FRIENDLY RECIPES AND SHOPPING LIST

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Feb 25, 2019

Diabetes and high blood sugar go hand in hand. The type you have type 2, type 1, or prediabetes dictates how your body reacts to sugar in the blood. Since the reaction is often dependent on what you eat, diet is one of the best ways to help regulate ...

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Could these brain changes explain phantom limb? COULD THESE BRAIN CHANGES EXPLAIN PHANTOM LIMB?

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Feb 25, 2019

New research could help to explain why some people report that they experience sensation in a missing limb, following amputation. Phantom limb is the sensation that the missing part remains attached. The vast majority of people with amputation report...

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The Future of Skin Care Is About the Invisible and Reversible Changes THE FUTURE OF SKIN CARE IS ABOUT THE INVISIBLE AND REVERSIBLE CHANGES

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Feb 25, 2019

Advancements in technology aren’t always about doing something new. Sometimes it’s about doing something old, but better, faster, and easier. From instant, reversible nose jobs to virtual dermatology, the science of skin care is bringing ...

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What can future doctors learn from patients with rare diseases? WHAT CAN FUTURE DOCTORS LEARN FROM PATIENTS WITH RARE DISEASES?

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Feb 25, 2019

As it does every year, Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases partnered with Findacure in its Student Voice essay contest. The overall winner will be published in the journal on Rare Disease Day, and we are proud to present the other finalists here. For t...

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Pulled muscle in chest: Symptoms and treatment PULLED MUSCLE IN CHEST: SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT

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Feb 25, 2019

The terms pulled the muscle and muscle strain refers to an injury that involves an overstretched or torn muscle. A person with a muscle strain in the chest may experience sudden, sharp pain in this area. Although uncomfortable, a strained chest muscl...

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The Difference Between Arteries And Veins THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ARTERIES AND VEINS

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Feb 23, 2019

Whether you have an upcoming test on the circulatory system, are looking for a deeper understanding, or just need a refresher the following video is for you. You may be confused about the difference between arteries and veins, or you may believe some...

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Sleep apnea: Daytime sleepiness might help predict cardiovascular risk SLEEP APNEA: DAYTIME SLEEPINESS MIGHT HELP PREDICT CARDIOVASCULAR RISK

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Feb 23, 2019

A recent study categorizing people with obstructive sleep apnea based on their differing symptoms found a strong link between excessive daytime sleepiness and cardiovascular disease. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) causes sporadic airflow blockages dur...

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Top AI Use Cases in Pharma TOP AI USE CASES IN PHARMA

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Feb 22, 2019

The DIA brings together researchers, pharma companies and innovative tech companies to addresses the challenges facing the pharma sector today. With the prevalence of AI across the business sector, it was no surprise that AI was a hot topic at two re...

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Feb 22, 2019

This vital infographic contains critical data about catalysts for AEVI-001 for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) (Aevi Genomic Medicine, Inc. (GNMX)), and SAGE-217 for Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), (SAGE Therapeutics (SAGE)), includi...

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How can you capture the attention of highly-engaged decision-makers in biopharma? HOW CAN YOU CAPTURE THE ATTENTION OF HIGHLY-ENGAGED DECISION-MAKERS IN BIOPHARMA?

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Feb 22, 2019

You’ll see the numbers behind this indispensable resource which provides subscribers with unparalleled access to worldwide pharmaceutical regulatory affairs and compliance-related intelligence so they can anticipate challenges, minimize risks a...

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What to know about acute respiratory failure WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT ACUTE RESPIRATORY FAILURE

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Feb 22, 2019

When a person has acute respiratory failure, the usual exchange between oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs does not occur. As a result, enough oxygen cannot reach the heart, brain, or the rest of the body. This can cause symptoms such as shortnes...

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What to know about panic attacks at night WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT PANIC ATTACKS AT NIGHT

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Feb 22, 2019

A panic attack is a sudden, intense onset of distress or fear. These feelings heighten for around 10 minutes until starting to fade. Panic attacks can occur at any time of the day or night. People may experience a panic attack without warning. Others...

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How language shapes our brains...and our lives HOW LANGUAGE SHAPES OUR BRAINS...AND OUR LIVES

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Feb 22, 2019

Language and communication are as vital as food and water. We communicate to exchange information, build relationships, and create art. In this Spotlight feature, we look at how language manifests in the brain, and how it shapes our daily lives. ...

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Alzheimer ALZHEIMER'S: 'HOLY HERB' EXTRACT SHOWS PROMISE AS FUTURE TREATMENT

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Feb 22, 2019

Yerba santa, a plant with a long history of medicinal use in its native California, contains an active compound that could treat people with Alzheimer's disease one day. This was the conclusion that scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological...

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What to know about whooping cough in adults WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT WHOOPING COUGH IN ADULTS

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Feb 22, 2019

Whooping cough, or pertussis, is a highly contagious condition. This infection is most common in infants, but people of all ages can contract it. Whooping cough symptoms tend to be less severe in adults than in children. Unvaccinated infants have the...

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How exercise can counter the effects of jet lag HOW EXERCISE CAN COUNTER THE EFFECTS OF JET LAG

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Feb 22, 2019

New research in The Journal of Physiology suggests that exercising at certain times of the day can alter the circadian rhythms, potentially offering a new therapy for jet lag and shift work. Circadian rhythms, which are "physical, mental, and be...

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COULD A COMPUTER INVENT A DRUG? COULD A COMPUTER INVENT A DRUG?

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Feb 21, 2019

David Clark, Ph.D., a Research Leader in Computer-aided Drug Design (CADD) at Charles River’s Harlow (UK) site, recently co-authored a review with Prof. Gisbert Schneider from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology for the prestigious German...

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Pre-treatment, group consensus peer review – preventing instead of mitigating errors PRE-TREATMENT, GROUP CONSENSUS PEER REVIEW – PREVENTING INSTEAD OF MITIGATING ERRORS

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Feb 21, 2019

Peer review in publishing is common practice, but how can peer review be applied clinically in the field of radiation oncology, and what barriers need to be overcome to implement successful peer review in a clinical setting? In our recent articl...

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Exosomes: Tiny Vesicles With Enormous Potential EXOSOMES: TINY VESICLES WITH ENORMOUS POTENTIAL

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Feb 21, 2019

Exosomes are tiny cell-derived vesicles which have captured the attention of cell biologists, and diagnostic and therapeutic industries. At first, it was thought that exosomes contained debris with no biological significance. However, recent studies ...

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Introduction of Roche Diagnostics INTRODUCTION OF ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS

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Feb 21, 2019

In Roche Diagnostics Japan, there is over 700 employee. And we are very proud of working here as members of Roche Group. In this video, we provide you with important information about our history, business, strategy, job, and career.

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Patient Access: A Step by Step Guide PATIENT ACCESS: A STEP BY STEP GUIDE

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Feb 21, 2019

In the most basic sense, patient access refers to the ability of patients and their families to take charge of their own health care. With the advent of the internet and digital marketing, medical practices and businesses have a new way to reach thei...

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How These 8 Medication Management Activities Can Help Patients HOW THESE 8 MEDICATION MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES CAN HELP PATIENTS

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Feb 21, 2019

Medication management is a patient-focused approach to helping patients take their medicines properly and consistently refill their prescriptions. Implementing a medication management program can improve patient outcomes, reduce unnecessary visits to...

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Acupuncture may reduce menopause symptoms ACUPUNCTURE MAY REDUCE MENOPAUSE SYMPTOMS

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Feb 21, 2019

A recent study concludes that just a relatively short course of acupuncture could significantly reduce some of the most unpleasant symptoms of menopause. Menopause typically begins in the sixth decade of life and continues for an average of 4–5...

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Pharma 2020: Challenging business models Which path will you take? PHARMA 2020: CHALLENGING BUSINESS MODELS WHICH PATH WILL YOU TAKE?

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Feb 20, 2019

The pharmaceutical marketplace is undergoing huge changes, as we indicated in “Pharma 2020: The vision”, the White Paper PricewaterhouseCoopers* published in June 2007.1 These changes will have a major bearing on the kind of business mode...

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Bacteria living on insects could provide new antibiotics BACTERIA LIVING ON INSECTS COULD PROVIDE NEW ANTIBIOTICS

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Feb 20, 2019

Many antibiotics in use today came from bacteria that live in soil. Now, recent research reveals that bacteria that live on insects could be more effective at fighting common drug-resistant superbugs than bacteria from soil. Scientists at the Univers...

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How Drug Company Ads Downplay Risks HOW DRUG COMPANY ADS DOWNPLAY RISKS

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Feb 20, 2019

“Feeling down…feeling irritable…trouble getting up in the morning?.... Depression hurts….Drug X can help….speak to your doctor about Drug X…”.  These 60-second appeals are a ubiquitous part of the U...

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FDA Issues Warning about Young-Blood Transfusions FDA ISSUES WARNING ABOUT YOUNG-BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS

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Feb 20, 2019

The quest to rejuvenate aging people with the blood of young donors has generated paying customers, captured the popular imagination, and, now, prompted a warning from the Food and Drug Administration. The agency on Tuesday said in a statement that p...

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Transformational Drivers in the Health System of the Future TRANSFORMATIONAL DRIVERS IN THE HEALTH SYSTEM OF THE FUTURE

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Feb 20, 2019

While there are many perspectives and publications on the “Hospital of the Future,” few, if any, provide a system perspective. Too often, when imagining the Health System of the Future, a hospital-centric model emerges. The challenge in t...

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What Clinical Teams Should Know About Changing Trial Logistics WHAT CLINICAL TEAMS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CHANGING TRIAL LOGISTICS

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Feb 20, 2019

When it comes to clinical supplies, the journey is every bit as important as the destination. And these days, the journey of clinical supplies to investigator sites is becoming costlier and more complex, much like the global trials for which the mate...

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Treating constipation in Crohn TREATING CONSTIPATION IN CROHN'S DISEASE

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Feb 20, 2019

Crohn's disease tends to cause frequent diarrhea, but it can also cause constipation. This constipation may result from medications, other health conditions, or lifestyle factors. Doctors consider a person to have constipation if they have fewer ...

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What causes post-cesarean wound infections? WHAT CAUSES POST-CESAREAN WOUND INFECTIONS?

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Feb 20, 2019

Post-Cesarean wound infection can occur when bacteria get into the incision wound. Doctors can treat surgical wound infections with medications and proper wound care.
An estimated 3–15 percent of woman develop an infection in their cesar...

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Can we halt cellular aging? New drug combo shows promise CAN WE HALT CELLULAR AGING? NEW DRUG COMBO SHOWS PROMISE

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Feb 20, 2019

Aging cells can become toxic to surrounding tissue, thus leading to numerous health problems. A class of drugs scientists calls senolytics could help address these health issues, and improve symptoms. Senolytics are a class of drugs that target ...

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Light-based production of drug discovery molecules LIGHT-BASED PRODUCTION OF DRUG DISCOVERY MOLECULES

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Feb 20, 2019

Photoelectrochemical (PEC) cells are widely studied for the conversion of solar energy into chemical fuels. They use photocathodes and photoanodes to “split” water into hydrogen and oxygen respectively. PEC cells can work under mild condi...

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Aggressive brain cancer: Why does immunotherapy fail? AGGRESSIVE BRAIN CANCER: WHY DOES IMMUNOTHERAPY FAIL?

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Feb 20, 2019

New research that now appears in the journal Nature Medicine examined glioblastoma tumors, and the results move scientists closer to understanding why this form of brain cancer does not respond as well to immunotherapy as other cancers. Immunotherapy...

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Transcendental meditation can help treat PTSD TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION CAN HELP TREAT PTSD

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Feb 20, 2019

Working with a cohort of young people with symptoms of PTSD and depression, researchers found that practicing transcendental meditation can help reduce or even reverse these symptoms. Studies have shown that meditation practices can have a signi...

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Predictive Analytics in Pharma – Current Applications PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS IN PHARMA – CURRENT APPLICATIONS

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Feb 19, 2019

It may feel as though AI applications like machine vision and natural language processing hold the most potential value to pharmaceutical companies because of their capabilities to intake and transform unstructured medical data. This is especially tr...

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How New Microbiome Diagnostic Technologies Can Save Lives HOW NEW MICROBIOME DIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGIES CAN SAVE LIVES

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Feb 19, 2019

With the rise of a whole new field of research around the microbiome, what role are new technologies to identify microorganisms playing in the future of healthcare? Traditionally, microbes have been seen solely as a threat. But in the last few years,...

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There THERE'S MUCH WORK TO BE DONE: 8 MEDICAL ERRORS STATISTICS TO KNOW

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Feb 19, 2019

Preventing medical errors must be a high priority for any healthcare provider. They are avoidable, and yet every year, medical errors greatly harm and kill patients nationwide. We know these claims to be true because of the medical errors statistics ...

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Smartphone Health Apps SMARTPHONE HEALTH APPS

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Feb 19, 2019

On The Doctors, our Chief Patient Officer, Dr. Freda Lewis- Hall discuss the potential benefits of using health apps on your smartphone.

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Be Responsible and Save Your Child BE RESPONSIBLE AND SAVE YOUR CHILD

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Feb 19, 2019

Over 150,000 people died of preventable measles outbreaks in the last 12 months.

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Flu breakthrough: Universal vaccine may be in sight FLU BREAKTHROUGH: UNIVERSAL VACCINE MAY BE IN SIGHT

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Feb 19, 2019

Researchers have studied various flu strains and found that the body's so-called killer immune cells offer protection against all influenza viruses. Influenza A, B, and C viruses are widespread globally and infect a significant number of children...

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Depression: Gene-activating drug reverses symptoms in mice DEPRESSION: GENE-ACTIVATING DRUG REVERSES SYMPTOMS IN MICE

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Feb 19, 2019

New research shows that activating a gene that, in turn, boosts the activity of certain neurons involved in depression can reverse symptoms of the condition in male mice. Depression is "the leading cause of disability worldwide," as mo...

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'SMILING DEPRESSION': IT'S POSSIBLE TO BE DEPRESSED WHILE APPEARING HAPPY

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Feb 19, 2019

The term “smiling depression” – appearing happy to others while internally suffering depressive symptoms has become increasingly popular. Articles on the topic have crept up in the popular literature, and the number of Google search...

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Ability to do pushups may predict cardiovascular risk ABILITY TO DO PUSHUPS MAY PREDICT CARDIOVASCULAR RISK

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Feb 19, 2019

A new study suggests that the more pushups a man is able to complete, the lower his cardiovascular risk and vice versa. These findings may establish a new measure of risk assessment that is simple and does not require costly specialized equipment.&nb...

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Using flexible-content syndromic panels to help manage infectious disease USING FLEXIBLE-CONTENT SYNDROMIC PANELS TO HELP MANAGE INFECTIOUS DISEASE

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Feb 18, 2019

Recently, rapid advancements have been made in molecular testing technology for infectious diseases. This white paper briefly reviews those advances and discusses the choices laboratory managers face in light of them. We focus on flexible-content syn...

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Versatile Drug May Protect Baby From Hazards Of Intraamniotic Infections VERSATILE DRUG MAY PROTECT BABY FROM HAZARDS OF INTRAAMNIOTIC INFECTIONS

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Feb 18, 2019

Dangerous to both mom and baby, infections or inflammations of the tissue or fluids that surround the fetus often result in preterm delivery with a high risk of serious complications for the infant. A prescription drug used to treat conditions as var...

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Could Omega-3 Fatty Acids Help Prevent Miscarriages? COULD OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS HELP PREVENT MISCARRIAGES?

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Feb 18, 2019

Compounds found in fish oil prevent pregnancy complications, including preterm birth, neonatal death, and stillbirth, in mice when the complications are caused by a common oral bacteria, according to research published today in the journal JCI Insigh...

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Mediterranean Diet Works By Adding Up Small Improvements MEDITERRANEAN DIET WORKS BY ADDING UP SMALL IMPROVEMENTS

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Feb 18, 2019

Eating a Mediterranean-type diet won’t suddenly and dramatically improve your cholesterol, magically slash your blood pressure, or help you drop 20 pounds overnight. But if you stick with it over time, it can potentially cut your risk of heart ...

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Bacteria keep us healthy but could they keep us young? BACTERIA KEEP US HEALTHY BUT COULD THEY KEEP US YOUNG?

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Feb 18, 2019

A study in mice has indicated that the make-up of bacteria in the gut is linked with learning abilities and memory, providing a potential avenue of research into how to maintain cognitive functioning as we age. It’s part of a field of research ...

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Gender transition drugs could be bad for the heart GENDER TRANSITION DRUGS COULD BE BAD FOR THE HEART

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Feb 18, 2019

New research now published in the journal Circulation finds that some people who are gender transitioning may be at a higher risk of experiencing cardiovascular conditions due to the hormone therapy they are receiving. Previous studies have revealed ...