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GPs can’t prescribe medication for ADHD, some say it’s a problem

When Ben Mitchell was first diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), he waited four months to see a psychiatrist for medication and the appointment cost him $600. Ben Mitchell. (Source: Subject: News) By Zoe Madden-Smith for Subject: News A year after that appointment, Ben says he needs to switch …

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Affordable Health Care Options for Texans Who Don’t Need Insurance

Amid emergency health declarations during the pandemic, the benefits of telehealth have exploded. Since then, Congress has voted to extend those benefits. However, the convenience and affordability of today’s health care has prompted more companies to offer health services without insurance. This month, Texans got the chance to see a …

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Risk of severe COVID-19 symptoms persists throughout pregnancy, UTSW study finds : Newsroom

UT Southwestern researchers found no increased risk of adverse effects in babies or mothers when mothers were infected with COVID-19.Photo credit: Getty Images DALLAS – November 22, 2022 – A UT Southwestern study of more than 1,300 pregnant women diagnosed with COVID-19 found that only 1 in 10 developed moderate, …

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Are home STD tests reliable?

This article was originally published on KHN. Among the most remarkable legacies of the COVID-19 pandemic is how quickly federal regulators, the health care industry, and consumers moved to make home testing a reliable tool for managing a crisis. public health. But that fast-track approach is missing from another less …

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2021-2030 Forecast Period Overview of the Global Dry Eye Drugs Market

Dry Eye Drugs Market 2022 – Opportunities and Strategies – Global Forecast to 2030 The Business Research Company Dry Eye Drugs Market 2022 – Opportunities and Strategies – Global Forecast to 2030 Get 33% off for a limited time on our uniquely designed opportunity and strategy market research reports. Contact …

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Try These Powerful Ayurvedic Herbs and Remedies to Achieve Holistic Wellness | Health

Holistic wellness is when your physical, emotional and intellectual beings are in synergy and healthy where wellness begins with awareness of your body, its thoughts, desires and actions; listening to it and recognizing the various signs it gives of comfort and discomfort. With our busy lives this non-awareness increases and …

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Research links diabetes drugs to multiple sclerosis

TUCSON, Ariz. – A new study from the University of Arizona Health Sciences has found that people over the age of 45 whose type 2 diabetes is treated with anti-hyperglycemic drugs have an increased risk of multiple sclerosis. plaque, particularly in women, while exposure to anti-hyperglycemics in people under 45 …

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UW School of Pharmacy Faculty Member Honored with ASPL Award | New

November 17, 2022 David Brushwood A faculty member of the Master of Science in Health Services Administration (MSHSA) program at the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy is the recipient of the Joseph L. Fink III Founders Award from the American Society for Pharmacy Law (ASPL). David Brushwood, founder of …

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Preventing a clinical trial from turning into a criminal trial – Healthcare

November 17, 2022 Morrison & Foerster LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. On November 2, 2022, Stacy Cline Amin, former Chief Counsel for the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Assistant General Counsel for …

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6 types of prescription drugs that affect driving

Some antihistamines also cause mental confusion, blurred vision, and reduced ability to concentrate. In today’s fast-paced world, most people spend at least an hour a day commuting to work, school, or other activities. As a result, many people choose to drive instead of walking, cycling or taking public transport. However, …

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Canadian supermarket chain Sobeys hit by ransomware attack

Canadian supermarket and pharmacy chain Sobeys is recovering from a cyberattack that may have involved Black Basta ransomware. Sobeys is the second largest supermarket chain in Canada and a wholly owned subsidiary of Empire Company Limited, which operates more than 1,500 stores across the country, under brands such as Foodland, …

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Genentech: Press releases | Sunday, November 13, 2022

Sunday, November 13, 2022 Genentech provides update on GRADUATE Phase III program evaluating gantenerumab in early-stage Alzheimer’s disease Phase III GRADUATE studies failed to meet primary endpoints of slowing clinical decline in people with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease The level of beta-amyloid elimination by gantenerumab was lower than expected Key Data …

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New South Wales pharmacists will prescribe pills and antibiotics and repeat scripts during major health system changes

Huge changes in chemists and pharmacists start prescribing hundreds of drugs to relieve overwhelmed GPs With a shortage of doctors, a state will allow pharmacists to prescribe drugs The public will be able to obtain private consultations with a pharmacist, for a fee A state premier says the federal government …

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Truepill closes funding round to refocus on Core

SAN MATEO, Calif., Nov. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — realpillthe company that is transforming consumer healthcare by delivering unprecedented B2B digital pharmacy experiences, recently closed a fundraising that will allow the company to invest in meeting the needs of its existing customers, achieving excellence operational and create future growth for …

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A total of 790 million yen for the development of products against neglected tropical diseases

TOKYO, November 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Global Health Innovative Technology (GHIT) fund today announced a total of approximately 790 million yen ($5.3 million*) to invest in the development of products against lymphatic filariasis and onchocerciasis, two neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).** (Annex 1) Portfolio analysis (active projects + completed projects) …

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Doctor acquitted of rape faces suspension for overprescribing drugs and inappropriate patient records

SINGAPORE: A doctor who was acquitted of rape and sexual assault after a high-profile trial, he now faces a suspension for improperly prescribing medication and failing to keep adequate patient medical records. Dr Wee Teong Boo, 71, pleaded guilty in a disciplinary court to 10 counts of improperly prescribing cough …

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Tropical Storm Nicole – Early prescription renewals allowed in a state of emergency

Contact: Communications Office [email protected] 850-245-4111 On November 7, 2022, Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 22-253, extending the state of emergency to 34 counties in the potential path of Tropical Storm Nicole. The 34 counties are: Brevard, Broward, Charlotte, Citrus, Clay, Collier, DeSoto, Duval, Flagler, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Hillsborough, …

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Prytime Medical Announces Appointment of New Medical Director

Dr. Jeffrey H. Lawson The addition of a seasoned medical, surgical, and device expert like Dr. Lawson will enhance our ability to support physicians whose patients require hemorrhage control and resuscitation. SAN ANTONIO (PRWEB) November 08, 2022 Prytime Medical Inc – The REBOA Company™, the leading innovator and global …

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UHS offers many resources for diabetes care

Diabetes is a chronic, progressive disease that you will have to manage independently on a daily basis for the rest of your life. Although it may seem overwhelming, with the help of the team at UHS Diabetes Center, it is not obligated. Located at 93 Pennsylvania Ave. in Binghamton, the …

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North America’s first clinical trial of on-the-go psychedelics will target PTSD

Vancouver-based psychedelic biopharmaceutical company Apex Labs Ltd. received approval from Health Canada to conduct the study first at-home clinical trial in North America assess the safety and efficacy of several low doses of a self-administered oral synthetic psilocybin compound APEX-52 for the treatment of depression in veterans with PTSD. Apex …

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Heart care horror as pandemic disruption causes 30,000 ‘unnecessary’ deaths | Science | New

A charity has sounded the alarm over an additional 30,000 heart disease patient deaths due to major ambulance delays, inaccessible care and huge waiting lists amid the Covid-19 pandemic . The British Heart Foundation carried out an analysis which showed that since the Covid outbreak in the UK, heart patients …

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Detainee abused prescription drugs, inquest says

Lisa Waddell, who was the prison’s acting deputy warden at the time, testified on December 10, 2019 McKenzie was admitted to prison after being arrested for violating his release conditions by failing a drug test drug. He had been released from the mental center about three months earlier. Waddell explained …

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Salary 142400 PM, check job, eligibility and how to apply

MPSC Pharmacist Recruitment 2022: Salary 142400 PM, Job Verification, Eligibility and How to Apply MPSC Recruitment 2022: The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has been inviting applications from candidates meeting the eligibility with reference to Post-Pharmacist, Maharashtra Ayurvedic Service, Maharashtra Medical Education and Drugs Department, Group-B (Non-Gazetted). Persons who fulfill …

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New Des Moines health conference will focus on underserved populations

“My City My Health: Des Moines” Organizer Corey Dion Lewis/Submitted Photo Corey Dion Lewis’ family background is one of the things that inspired him to get involved in the field of health and wellness. “Chronic illness was normal for me growing up,” he said. “Watching my family fight diabetes [and] …

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Fighting antimicrobial resistance does not involve miracle drugs

Antibiotic sensitivity test. [iStockphoto] Africa, like other continents, has a problem with antimicrobial resistance (AMR). But Africa stands out because it has not invested in the capacity and resources to determine the extent of the problem, or how to solve it. To start, consider Staphylococcus aureus, which is the source …

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Governor Newsom announces appointments 10.28.22

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: Brian Aiello, 43, of Sacramento, has been named chief deputy director of the California Emergency Medical Services Authority. Aiello has served as the Emergency Medical Services Coordinator of Critical Care Programs at the Sacramento County Emergency Medical Services Agency since …

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Miracle Diabetes Curing Diet Nets Biggest Deal in Shark Tank History!

() – It was the most watched episode in Shark Tank history when sisters Anna and Samantha Martin won the Shark Tank panel Anna and Samantha Martin, sisters and chemists from MIT, landed the biggest deal in Shark Tank history as the 6 Sharks teamed up to launch the company …

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Global systemic sclerosis treatment market size to grow

New York, USA, Oct. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to a research report published by Spherical Insights & Consulting, the Global systemic sclerosis treatment market size grow from USD 1,520.1 million in 2021 to USD 2,259.0 million by 2030, at a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period. Systemic …

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Pediatric Clinic for Rett Syndrome Attracts Patients for Multispecialty Care and Clinical Trials – Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Visit the news center Only such a clinic hundreds of miles away Courtesy of the Waggenspack family Kerrigan Waggenspack, 4, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, cheers along with her sister, Shea Rodriguez. Kerrigan has Rett Syndrome, a condition that affects brain development. Her family travels to the Rett Spectrum Clinic at …

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The UTHSC campus cabinet received a donation from the initiates of the Delta Epsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Initiated members of the Delta Epsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. recently gathered in Memphis for their day of reunion service and donated $1,400 in food and toiletries to the UTHSC Campus Cupboard. The University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center Campus Closet received a donation of $1,400 in …

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Digital nomadism could be the perfect self-medication for your 9-5 burnout

What was once a common way of life before food was readily available in every city block, nomadism starts to rise again. This lifestyle that requires constant movement becomes the perfect the solution for those who find themselves restless in a constant environment. Many who have embraced the digital nomad …

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Is your pharmacy one of the 15,000 leaving the Tricare network?

Just days before 15,000 community and independent pharmacies leave the Tricare retail pharmacy network, questions remain about the impact on patients’ ability to obtain their medicines. Other changes, coming with the new year, will affect those who depend on specialist drugs for complex chronic conditions such as cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, …

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Clarify the different characteristics of erythrocytosis

Erythrocytosis without JAK2 mutation has various causes, and this patient population includes both patients with and without polycythemia vera (PV). A study published in the European Journal of Internal Medicine compared the characteristics of patients with erythrocytosis and PV versus those without PV. The study included adult patients with JAK2-unmutated …

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Mouse study provides new ways to determine how maternal and paternal exercise improve offspring metabolic health. –ScienceDaily

A mouse study led by Kristin Stanford, a physiology and cell biology researcher at Ohio State University College of Medicine at Wexner Medical Center, provides new ways to determine how maternal and paternal exercise improves metabolic health in offspring . Laurie Goodyear of the Joslin Diabetes Center and Harvard Medical …

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The 2022 Seongnam Global Healthcare Convention will be held from October 27, 2022 to October 29, 2022

Leap forward as the Fourth Industrial Innovation City SEONGNAM, KOREA, Oct. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Seongnam City will host the ‘2022 Seongnam Global Healthcare Convention’ at City Hall from October 27-29. The Seongnam Global Healthcare Convention (formerly Seongnam International Medical Tourism Convention), which marks its fifth anniversary, will be …

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Sanford Clinic president to speak at leadership summit

SIOUX FALLS, SD – Luis Garcia, MD, FACS, MBA, president of the clinic at Sanford Health, will join the HealthLeaders The Way Forward Leadership Summit as a panelist October 20-21 in Atlanta, Georgia. The two-day summit brings together 30 healthcare system leaders – CEOs, CFOs, CMOs, chief executives and CIOs …

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The global diabetic dietary supplement market is expected to

Pune, India, Oct. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MarketStudyReport recently added a report, global diabetic dietary supplements market is expected to grow at a decent CAGR of 4.2% over the period 2022-2028. It also offers insights into major variables that have influenced market competition dynamics and describes how they will …

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Planned Parenthood asks North Carolina court to allow non-physicians to provide medical abortion to meet out-of-state demand

Abortion restrictions in the South are leading to an overburdened system and delaying access to abortion in states where abortion is legal, according to a court case in North Carolina this week. Medical professionals asked a state court to to block a ban that stop physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and …

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Blue State Replacer revives the cafe plan

Photo of Christmas Sims Former pharmacy site: New coffee still in barrels. File photo of Allan Appel Common Grounds co-owner Dena Jara and attorney James Perito with coffee photos at an East Rock executive team meeting in November 2018. A ​“The ‘Common Grounds’ cafe duo are still planning to open …

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Athira Pharma Inc. (ATHA) Advances Phase 2/3 LIFT-AD Clinical Study of Fosgonimeton in Patients With Mild-to-Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. Athira Pharma, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATHA), a late-stage clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of small molecules to restore neuronal health and slow neurodegeneration, announced today that following an …

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25 years of excellence in medical education

His Excellency Tun Seri Setia Dr Mohd Ali Mohd Rustam visited one of the carnival stalls. MELAKA (October 16): Manipal University College Malaysia (MUCM) celebrated its 25th anniversary on September 13 with various programs and activities for its students, faculty, staff and community. These activities included a carnival, the planting …

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Mum claims 6-year-old overdosed on school-administered ADHD meds

WOONSOCKET, RI (WPRI) – A Woonsocket mother is seeking answers after claiming her 6-year-old son overdosed on ADHD medication at school earlier this week. Gianna Read tells 12 News that due to her family’s routine, her son’s medication is usually administered by a school nurse after he has eaten. Read …

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CVS Pharmacy Announces Paying Sales Tax on Period Products for Utah Customers

CVS Pharmacy pays state sales tax on vintage products for customers at its 30 floors across Utah, the company announced this week. (Rich Pedroncelli, Associated Press) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — CVS Pharmacy pays state sales tax on vintage goods for customers at its 30 stores …

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Europe tackles digital terminals in drug development

The hope is to build a formal framework for the use of digital health technology in clinical trials in Europe and beyond. As digital technology continues to increasingly pervade the world of healthcare, the attention of the clinical trial community is now turning with new intensity to the adoption of …

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Inauguration of new courses at Father Muller College of Allied Sciences

Inauguration of new courses at Father Muller College of Allied Sciences Mangaluru: The Father Muller College of Allied Health Sciences (FMCOAHS), the youngest unit of the Father Muller Charitable Institutions (FMCI), held the inauguration of its new M.Sc. courses in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc. Imaging, B.Sc. in Optometry and the Inaugural …

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Resilience can improve the health of older people with type 2 diabetes

Psychological resilience involves people’s ability to recover from and overcome trauma or other difficult life events. Type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease that can lead to serious health problems. Recent evidence suggests that psychological resilience may improve health outcomes in older adults with type 2 diabetes. As the population …

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Food security and gender equality are key to the Sustainable Development Goals

Legend The Covid-19 pandemic, the Russian-Ukrainian crisis and the acute food shortage in Africa are among the factors delaying the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, according to the Bill Foundation’s Goalkeepers Report 2022 and Melinda Gates. The report lists global food systems and gender equality as …

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Why kidney problems are common in October; expert offers tips for healthy kidneys | Health

October has been mostly pleasant so far with rainy weather bringing a pinch in the air, but generally during this month, which is considered the post-monsoon period, high temperatures and humidity are common. The October heat is known to affect our bodies negatively. According to experts, kidney ailments are common …

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The Simple Reason Trader Joe’s Doesn’t Ship

Online ordering is kind of a big thing these days, if you haven’t heard of it yet, and just about every supermarket chain in America offers curbside delivery and pickup. Except Trader Joe’s. Online ordering is kind of a big thing these days, if you haven’t heard of it yet, …

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Teen alcohol abuse can indirectly influence long-term physical health and life satisfaction

According to a study conducted by Rutgers and Virginia Commonwealth University, teens who abuse alcohol may have more alcohol problems in their 20s and 30s, experience poorer health, and feel less satisfied with their lives. Published in the journal Alcoholism: clinical and experimental research, researchers defined adolescent alcohol abuse based …

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Dozens of additional stroke-related genes; potential drug targets identified

Researchers from the University of Texas San Antonio Health Sciences Center (UT Health San Antonio) are part of an international team that has discovered 61 additional genetic loci associated with stroke and six genes that are targets potential for pharmacotherapy to prevent or treat stroke. The results, published today (September …

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Obituary: Douglass Walter Chandler – CentralMaine.com

Douglass Walter Chandler FAIRFIELD, Connecticut – Douglass Walter Chandler, 81, of Fairfield, Connecticut, beloved husband of Margaret (Peggy) Connolly Chandler for 53 years, died peacefully on October 1, 2022, surrounded by his loving family. Born in Anson, the son of the late H. Burke and Edna (Hilton) Chandler, he graduated …

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Meet Your Bariatric Surgery Surgical Staff at VA Boston Health Care | VA Boston Health Care

Get to know your bariatric surgery team. Here you will find photos and biographies of bariatric surgery staff. Dr. Ann DeBord Smith [she/her/hers]is Board Certified in General Surgery, Director of Bariatric Surgery and Instructor at Harvard Medical School. Medicine School: University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, MD, 2010Residence: Brigham …

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New Hannover School Board Approves Student Voice Policy, Provides Bus Transportation Updates

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) — The New Hanover County School Board has approved a policy to give students a stronger voice at future board meetings. The Student Voice Policy gives students a tangible structure to voice their concerns and ideas to decision makers who shape school policies. Five students were selected …

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ADHD medications have doubled in the past decade – but other treatments can help too

A recent detailed analysis of ADHD medication prescribing trends in Australia found that ADHD medication prescriptions doubled between 2013 and 2020. While this is clearly an important finding, it should be considered. in the context of overall prescribing rates, guideline recommendations and, most importantly, the prevalence of ADHD. Authors David …

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The story of a military medical team’s dedication to Xizang

By Yang Zijiang, Wang Weidong In May 2022, the minimum temperature in Amdo County, Xizang Autonomous Region was still below zero, when a coach was driving in the dark, with a cold wind blowing through window gaps and the oxygen content outside less than 50% of that of the plain. …

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Teenager Denied Medication Refill Under AZ’s New Abortion Law

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – A 14-year-old girl from Tucson was denied refills for a life-saving prescription drug she had been taking for years, just two days after the ban went into effect. new abortion law in Arizona. Emma Thompson, 14, suffers from debilitating rheumatoid arthritis and osteoporosis, which …

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Tata Digital Revenue: Tata Digital revenue tripled to about Rs 16,000 crore after acquisitions

Tata Digital, a subsidiary of the Tata Group which invests in and operates its e-commerce vertical, reported a tripling of its consolidated revenue to Rs 15,979 crore in the financial year 2021-22 (FY22) from Rs 5,315 crore in the prior fiscal year (FY21), according to the latest regulatory documents sourced …

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Meet Your Gynecological Surgical Staff at VA Boston Health Care | VA Boston Health Care

Get to know your gynecological surgery team. Here you will find photos and biographies of gynecological surgery staff. Dr Nakmosama Nikrui [she / her / hers / herself ] is Board Certified in Obstetrics Gynecology and Gynecologic Oncology, Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School, and Research Associate Mass General Hospital …

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Caris Precision Oncology Alliance Welcomes St. Luke’s University Health Network

St. Luke’s University Health Network joins the extensive Caris network of leading oncology institutions committed to using clinical data to advance patient care and outcomes IRVING, TX, September 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Caris Life Sciences®(Caris), the leading molecular science and technology company actively developing and delivering innovative solutions to revolutionize …

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Sleep Paralysis Drugs Market Size, Demand and Global Analysis | 2022

The latest published market research report titled Global Sleep Paralysis Drugs Market by Player, Region, Type, Application and Sales Channel, Forecast 2022-2030 using an iterative and comprehensive research methodology focused on minimizing deviance to deliver the most accurate predictions and estimates possible. It used a combination of top-down and bottom-up …

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Extend Care and Increase Revenue at the Top Total Pharmacy Solutions

See you on Saturday October 22, 2022. The Total Pharmacy Solutions Summit is back and better than ever: On October 22, join community pharmacy thought leaders online for a day of education, conversation, and insight centered around the topic of Extension of care, increase in income. From 9:00 a.m. to …

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Eye Center at Southern College of Optometry in Memphis celebrates 20 years

Located off Madison Avenue in Midtown might be one of Memphis’ best-kept health secrets. While people driving along the street recognize the tower of the Southern College of Optometry, many don’t realize the campus is also home to The Eye Center, a full-service primary care vision center, said James Venable, …

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Bolsonaro’s troubled legacy for science, health and the environment

Four years ago, scientists in Brazil feared the worst when Jair Bolsonaro was elected the country’s next president. Bolsonaro had promised, for example, to pull Brazil out of the Paris climate accord, dismantle the environment ministry and reduce the extent of protected areas if he won. Despite failing to deliver …

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Most Popular Stories on GeekWire for the week of September 18, 2022 – GeekWire

Keep up to date with the latest tech and startup news from the past week. Here are the most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of September 18, 2022. Sign up to receive these updates every Sunday in your inbox by subscribing to our weekly GeekWire newsletter. The most …

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Medical science and traditional healing need each other to beat cancer

It always becomes a nightmare when Africans look for a match to cure blood-related diseases because only 10% of donors are of African descent. Their refusal to donate has always been attributed to their spiritual beliefs, which makes it difficult for them to find donors. According to the World Cancer …

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New $30 million biomedical research park expected to create 175 jobs in Monroe

Press release : The creation of a new biomedical research park in northeast Louisiana is about to become a reality. On September 13, the United States Economic Development Administration awarded a $1.8 million U.S. Rescue Plan grant to the Biomedical Research and Innovation Park (BRIP). The grant provides the final …

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Dive into Gilead Sciences’ new HIV drug, Lenacapavir (NASDAQ:GILD)

mixer Introduction I give Gilead Sciences a holding note (NASDAQ: GILD) because the company is in an excellent sector for recessions due to its lack of a cyclical nature and because Lenacapavir seems likely to be approved. However, given its low performance over the past five years, I have no …

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Changes to TRICARE insurance to impact policyholders, local pharmacies

Local businesses, veterans and active military members using TRICARE insurance are at a loss due to a new contract to fill prescriptions. Galloway-Sands Pharmacy (Photo: Sydney Bouchelle/WWAY) SOUTHPORT, NC (WWAY) – Local businesses, veterans and active military members who use TRICARE insurance are at a loss due to a new …

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MSU brings better cancer diagnosis and treatment to Michigan | MSUToday

Identify cancer earlier and faster In 2020, about 1.8 million new cases of cancer were diagnosed in the United States, according to the National Cancer Institute. In Michigan, that number was estimated at nearly 62,000. Using advanced PET/CT scanner technology, doctors can now see exactly where cancer is located in …

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India and the United States have common goals and challenges that bind them, says Minister Jitendra Singh

India and the United States have common goals and challenges that bind the two nations, Science and Technology Minister Jitendra Singh said, urging the American scientific community and entrepreneurs to work with their Indian counterparts in areas such as health, clean energy and space. “We have common goals. So …

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Experts create tool to help doctors avoid prescribing drugs to treat side effects of other medications

Medications are effective and potent treatment options for protecting and advancing human health – but, if taken incorrectly, can also cause harm, especially in older people who take multiple medications over long periods of time. periods. That’s why experts from the Leslie Dan School of Pharmacy at the University of …

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Price Reduction of Eliquis for DVT Prevention at Canada Drugs Direct | New

VICTORIA, British Columbia, Sept. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Major health risks from blood clots traveling through arteries and into the heart, lungs, brain or other body organs will always a major concern for people subject to this. These clots can also be the cause of deep vein thrombosis, and …

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North Oaks Health System announces expansion plans

HAMMOND, Louisiana, Sept. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — North Oaks Health System and New Orleans Children’s Hospital announced this week that they are expanding health services for children and families in Tangipahoa Parish and Northshore Region, with the vision to improve both pediatric services and health outcomes. The clinical affiliation …

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Benioff Ocean Science Laboratory-funded technology to save whales from ship strikes along San Francisco coastline

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your one week free trial here. In the wake of a ship collision killing Fran, California’s most photographed whale, Whale Safe will be deployed in conjunction with the Marine Mammal Center to help detect the presence of endangered whales and track the speed …

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Michael Reis sentenced for the murder of Jennifer Alvarado Reis

Michel Edouard Reis A Mississippi man goes to jail for killing his wife. Michel Edouard Reis45, said he was hallucinating with prescription drugs when he shot and killed Jennifer Alvarado Reis, 40, at their home, according to local reports. It didn’t move the court much, if at all. A judge …

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Indiana Coronavirus Updates for September 18, 2022

Sunday’s latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic for September 18, 2022. INDIANAPOLIS — Here are Sunday’s latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic, including the latest on COVID-19 vaccinations and testing in Indiana. Registration for the vaccine is now open for all Hoosiers through the Indiana Department of Health. This story …

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Protecting Maternal Health in Rwanda | MIT News

The world faces a maternal health crisis. According to the World Health Organization, about 810 women die every day from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. Two-thirds of these deaths occur in sub-Saharan Africa. In Rwanda, one of the main causes of maternal death is infected caesarean section wounds. …

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This Appliance Could Be Filling Your Home With Unseen Health Hazards

Cooks love their gadgets, from countertop slow cookers to instant-read thermometers. Now there is growing interest in magnetic induction cooktops – surfaces that cook much faster than conventional cookers, without lighting a flame or heating an electric coil. Some of that attention is overdue: induction has long been popular in …

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What is deprescribing? A Look at Overuse of Medicines – The Silent Pandemic

Deprescribing is increasingly used by healthcare professionals to regain control. Modern medicines have had a significant and positive impact on human health. Over the past 100 years, they have reduced symptoms, managed chronic disease, improved quality of life and reduced mortality. But when used longer than necessary, or in certain …

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Florida man to pay $97 million in restitution for fraudulent Medicare schemes | Local News

A Florida man has agreed to pay more than $97 million in restitution and give up more than $30 million in assets for a series of medical fraud schemes, including one through the former Ellwood City Medical Center. Daniel Hurt, 58, of Fort Lauderdale, and his associates collected thousands of …

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UNT Health Sciences Center in Fort Worth Confirms New President » Dallas Innovates

Sylvia Trent-Adams became the seventh president of the University of North Texas Health Sciences Center in Fort Worth and the first black woman to lead a health sciences center in Texas. His appointment was made official this week by the school’s board of directors. Adams was selected by the Regents …

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Cholesterol-lowering atorvastatin linked to angioedema for the first time | Statins may cause or contribute to angioedema, says case report

Atorvastatina cholesterol-lowering drug, was first associated with angioedema in a recent case report, emphasizing the need for a comprehensive evaluation of all medications taken by patients, regardless of medical history. “Statins cannot be ignored as a primary or contributing cause of angioedema,” the researchers state. Their case report,”Atorvastatin as a …

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UT Outpost should offer over-the-counter drugs – The Daily Texan

The UT Outpost is a great resource for students who face financial hurdles or simply don’t have time to shop for necessities. It offers a variety of Resources such as food and professional clothing. However, UT Outpost does not offer over-the-counter medications, and with the recent price increase, students are …

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Clinical Trials Platform HealthMatch Secures $7M in Series C Funding

HealthMatch, an Australian startup offering a platform to match patients to clinical trials, recently closed a 10 million Australian dollars ($6.8 million) Series C funding round led by Folklore Ventures. The round was also joined by Square Peg Capital and other investors. Launched in 2017, the company is now used …

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Alphabet’s health sciences company Verily raises $1 billion to support business expansion

Alphabet Inc. spin-off health sciences company, Verily Life Sciences LLC, raised $1 billion in an Alphabet-led round to support the expansion of its precision health-focused business. Founded in 2015 by Google X’s Life Sciences group, Verily’s aims to bring the promise of precision health to everyone, every day. The company …

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How to Create Your Own Health Summary Reference Sheet

“I take three white pills every morning, but I don’t know their names or what they are for.” “I had a hip replaced a while ago, but I can’t remember if it was the left or the right.” “I was really sick and stayed in hospital for a week last …

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Pharmaceutical body clears Micro Labs of charges of spending Rs 1,000 cr on gifts

The Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance (IPA) on Saturday cleared Micro Labs, makers of the paracetamol tablet Dolo-650, of the charge of offering gifts worth Rs 1,000 crore to doctors for prescribing the brand. The IPA, whose members account for 60% of India’s domestic pharmaceutical market and around 80% of India’s …

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The California Data Exchange Framework: New Requirements for Sharing Health Information Between Hospitals, Physicians, and Other Providers | Arent Fox Schiff

The recently unveiled California Health and Human Services Data Exchange Framework (the Framework) creates a new regulatory and governance structure to promote the exchange of health information between healthcare providers in California. By January 31, 2023, hospitals, medical practices and certain other entities must sign a data sharing agreement governing …

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The Art and Science of Fitness | Is resistance training bad for kids?

The reaction of most doctors, when asked about resistance training in children, is to frown and discourage them from doing it. Apparently resistance training isn’t safe for them, slows bone growth, makes girls bulky, and isn’t necessary for non-athletes. But is it so? However, this answer is wrong and unacceptable …

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Terumo India introduces FineGlide® – a sterile pen needle for patients requiring insulin injections or other self-medication

Indiathe indian arm of Terumo Company (TSE: 4543), a global leader in medical technology, today announced the launch of FineGlide®Needle for sterile pen for patients requiring regular insulin injections or other forms of self-medication. Designed to be compatible with the most commonly available pens in India, Fineglide® raises the bar …

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Hawaiian Woman Saves Her Passion For Art By Being The First To Take New Drugs

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) — Janelle Fiesta lives up to her name by celebrating every moment she spends drawing. “I want to put smiles on other people’s faces,” Fiesta said. His graphic design business, cute booty artsit’s his passion. And it’s something she won’t give up, until she has to. “Growing up, …

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Northeastern’s 2022 Convocation Kicks Off on Boston Campus

As the last students from the Northeast moved into the Boston campus and said goodbye to their parents on Monday, the stage was already set for President Joseph E. Aoun to officially launch the 2022-23 school year during the convocation. of Tuesday. More than 3,100 freshmen and transfer students will …

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Beautician with back pain is paralyzed just a day after A&E discharged her with IBS medication

Jodie Cox, a beautician from Ketley, was just 25 when she was diagnosed with aggressive bone cancer In January 2021, Jodie Cox, a beautician from Ketley, attended A&E with complaints of back pain. Within 18 hours of being discharged on IBS reliever medication, Jodie was completely paralyzed from the waist …

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Freshmen anxious for ‘big jump’ to college after school online

With orientation week underway at universities in Ottawa, some students say they’re nervous that three years of online school hasn’t prepared them academically for the transition. Like most of her new classmates, Sarari Zafer spent the majority of her high school years transitioning from online to in-person learning based on …

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IU Health sets up team to assess abortion protocols

INDIANAPOLIS — With Indiana’s law banning most abortions set to go into effect Sept. 15, Indiana University Health, the state’s largest hospital system, has set up a “Rapid Response Team to help her doctors seek advice on whether they can legally perform an abortion. to protect the mother’s health and …

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Local medics collecting and distributing supplies to Ukraine

ROCHESTER, NY It has been over 6 months now since Russia invaded neighboring Ukraine. Since then, aid has poured into this war-torn country from all over the world, including from here in Rochester. News10NBC spoke with doctors who organized a drive and distributed much-needed medicine and supplies in many Ukrainian …

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How to learn more about health product labeling and why it’s important for regulatory professionals

RAPS announcements Latest RAPS | September 02, 2022 | By Ryan Connors “It all comes down to the labeling. It’s all about labeling. So says Cathleen O’Connell, architect of the RAPS online university’s new course, “Pharmaceutical Labelling: An Introduction to an Essential Function”. She is also the author of Essentials …

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Women of Influence – Sarah Y. Bostrom, MD

This article is sponsored content. Interested in advertising with us? Click here. Dr. Sarah Bostrom founded Colon and Rectal Surgical Consultants of North Texas, then joined Baylor Scott & White in 2013. She and her team provide comprehensive, compassionate, and multidisciplinary patient care. Dr. Bostrom is dedicated to using advanced …

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Addressing injectable medications in children

Joshua Zeichner, MD: How do you approach the idea of ​​taking a drug given by injection to a small child? For adults, it might be an easier conversation, but it’s definitely a challenge when dealing with kids. Vikash Oza, medical doctor: I’m sure we all have different techniques. Most of …

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Rotary speaker touts the importance of quality craftsmanship

The world’s oldest manufacturing practice needs an update, with a strong focus on quality. This was one of the thoughts of Dr. Rick Cottle, a professor in the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences at Middle Tennessee State University, when he addressed McMinnville Rotarians and their guests at their luncheon. …

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FDA chief says long-awaited review of opioids still ongoing

WASHINGTON– A long-awaited review of prescription opioid drugs, including their risks and contribution to the overdose epidemic in the United States, is still underway at the Food and Drug Administration, the agency’s commissioner said Tuesday. Dr. Robert Califf wrote in a blog entry that the FDA is still considering “what …

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COVID vaccine hesitancy high among Ghana’s religious leaders

A study has established the growth of vaccine hesitancy among the Ghanaian population. He reported that religious leaders, compared to all categories of priority populations sampled for the survey, had a high rate of hesitation. Some 57% of religious leaders sampled would not accept the vaccine. Vaccine hesitancy, as defined …

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Gallbladder pain? Try THESE Natural Remedies That Complement Your Other Pain Relief Efforts

When you apply heat to the affected area, it can help relieve pain from the pressure of bile buildup. You can use a heating pad or heating compress for the same. Photo: iStock New Delhi: The gallbladder is an organ that helps in the digestive process. It releases bile juice …

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Discover startups, services, products and more from our partner StackCommerce. The New York Post may be compensated and/or receive an affiliate commission if you purchase through our links. Some purchases you can avoid to save money, but things like groceries, household items, and prescriptions don’t go away. If you can’t …

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Kaiser mental health workers will hit the picket line for the second time this year

Mental health therapists at Kaiser Permanente clinics across the state will begin an indefinite strike beginning next week. According to a press release from the National Union of Health Care Workers, NUHW, understaffing has forced patients to wait months for therapy sessions. Mental health clinicians hope a strike will spur …

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Federal University of Health Sciences, Otukpo (FUHSO) Post UTME Application Forms for 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 Academic Sessions

The Federal University of Health Sciences, Otukpo (FUHSO) has started selling Post-UTME application forms for admission into its various undergraduate programs for the 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 academic sessions. Below is a list of courses, requirements, and application instructions for the FUHSO post-UTME form. The administration of the Federal University of …

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What does it really mean when you itch on medication

Although various medications can trigger a drug allergy, some are more susceptible than others. WebMD note that some common medications include chemotherapy drugs, antibiotics like amoxicillin, HIV medications, insulin, etc. Drug allergy symptoms can range from rashes to swelling and fever Mayo Clinic). The source also warns that drug allergies …

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Doctor fined for self-prescribing opioids

A doctor has been fined and censured after trying to prescribe himself opioids twice while attending a conference at the University of Otago. The doctor, whose name has not been released, prescribed himself the antibiotic Flucloxacillin, the allergy drug Loratadine and the opioid Tramadol while taking a surgical anatomy course …

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Amputees rely on clinics to fit them with prostheses. What happens when a manufacturer owns the clinic? – WHY

Jeffrey Brandt, founder and president of Ability Prosthetics and Orthotics, said there were “only patient benefits”. He said being manufacturer-owned gives the company access to more resources and a larger network of clinics across the United States and around the world. He said this means his employees can provide better …

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Significant advances made in national medical science over the past decade

A worker performs sample tests at a medical company in Jiangsu province on April 9, 2020. [Photo by Tang Dehong/for China Daily] China’s medical community has made significant progress in its ability to innovate over the past decade, generating new drugs for complicated diseases and boosting the fight against COVID-19, …

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Pharmacists and deprescribing in palliative care settings

As pharmacists take on new responsibilities, researchers are studying the effects of pharmacists on interprofessional care teams. The health care team and health system managers are increasingly recognizing the ability of pharmacists to analyze, review and consult on medications. With new responsibilities, now ranging from community pharmacies to interprofessional care …

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CS MEDICA signs agreements with two of the three main Danish pharmacy chains.

CS MEDICA A/S (“CS MEDICA” or the “Company”) long-awaited breakthrough in the Danish pharmacy world is now a realityat closing agreements with of them out of Three main pharmacy chains Denmark. With this agreement, the Company has access to 400 pharmacies at Denmarkwith storage space as well as the online …

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New treatment for clinical depression approved by the FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Aug. 19 approved dextromethorphan-bupropion, or Auvelity, a drug used to treat major depressive disorder, also known as clinical depression, in adults. It is the first drug to treat major depressive disorder that works within a week of taking it and the first new …

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UT Tyler Health Sciences Center to launch 2 new cancer programs with $3 million CPRIT grant funding

TYLER, Texas (KETK) – The TEXAS Cancer Prevention and Research Institute (CPRIT) Oversight Committee has approved approximately $3.5 million for the University of Texas at Tyler Health Science Center (HSC ) to fund two CPRIT programs related to cancer prevention. The DEFEAT (Delivering Education, Focused Navigation, and Equitable Access across …

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Colds, coughs, stomach bugs: why are so many of us having “winter” illnesses this summer? | Health & well-being

IIt may have been one of the hottest summers on record, but the hot weather hasn’t stopped 35-year-old Lorraine Davies and her family from catching all the viruses. “Since the spring, I feel like our whole family has been constantly sick,” she says. “I’ve had at least four viruses in …

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Comparison of Singapore Myocardial Infarction Registry Modified Risk Score with GRACE 2.0 to Predict Acute Myocardial Infarction Outcomes at 1 Year

In this real-world population-based study, we showed that the modified SMIR score performed similarly to the GRACE 2.0 score in a multi-ethnic Asian population to predict all-cause mortality at 1 year after STEMI and NSTEMI. Inter-ethnic differences in STEMI patient outcomes have been published previously. Previous studies carried out both …

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Performing arts meet science; heal through nutrition

Here’s the latest news from Middle Tennessee State University. Performance meets science A recent MTSU alumnus is using cutting-edge research to help improve the health of performers. Rawsam Alasmar, a 2021 MTSU graduate, is the first performing arts health, science, and education postdoctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, …

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COVID-19 Treatments and Medications – Albuquerque Journal

Know someone who recently tested positive for COVID-19? Have you heard stories of one person in a household testing positive and everyone getting it? Or no one else in the household has tested positive. Have you heard of experiences of mild symptoms, or symptoms that start to be mild and …

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