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Cognitive Decline Drugs May Do More Harm Than Good

10/14/2013
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When it comes to the mind-robbing disease of Alzheimers, there are very few medications that have been found able to slow its progression. There also appears to be few medications to effectively treat mild cognitive decline that is not related to Alzheimer’s. Cognitive enhancers are given to patients who are […]

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Government Shutdown Cripples CDC and Flu Fighting

10/10/2013
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Amid a government shutdown, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cannot do the job of watching the nation’s health. With two-thirds of the staff furloughed, about 13,000 employees worldwide, the CDC’s director, Dr. Thomas Frieden, says he is losing sleep. Without personnel, the agency is not on […]

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States Push for FDA to Regulate E-Cigarettes

10/9/2013
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Because the dangers of electronic cigarettes are unknown, attorneys general from 40 states have called on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to restrict the sale of electronic cigarettes to minors. Electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes (e-cigs) are battery operated chambers that deliver a heated liquid formulation of nicotine from tobacco […]

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Fentanyl Patches Ordered Relabeled After Child Deaths

10/1/2013
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They look like fun bandages or stickers – eye candy for little children. That’s why parents are being warned about how toxic fentanyl pain patches have been linked to accidental exposures resulting in several child fatalities. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will require manufacturers of the fentanyl pain patches to make […]

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New Diabetes Drugs Still Present Risks

09/23/2013
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The search has been on for a new and improved drug treatment for type 2 diabetes that would leave the complications of Avandia in the past. That hasn’t happened. New Class of Diabetes Drugs, DPP-4 The latest findings concern a newer class of diabetes drugs called DPP-4 that lower blood […]

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Child Dies After Ingesting Laundry Pod

09/18/2013
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This may be the first fatality due to the ingestion of a concentrated laundry detergent pod. A seven-month-old from Kissimmee died after ingesting some of the detergent contained in the brightly-colored packet. The child and his mother were living in a battered woman’s shelter, according to the Orlando Sentinel, and […]

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