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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Three Type 2 Diabetes Pills From Takeda Approved By FDA

Nesina (alogliptin) tablets, Oseni (alogliptin and pioglitazone) tablets, and Kazano (alogliptin and metformin hydrochloride) tablets, for the treatment of type 2 diabetes, for use along with diet and exercise, have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. They are designed to improve blood sugar control…
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Some Adult Asthma Could Be Job-Related

Around one in six cases of adult asthma in baby boomer Britons could be work-related, with the strongest evidence being for cleaning jobs or workplaces where workers are exposed to cleaning agents. People in hairdressing, farming and printing jobs were also found to have increased risk, confirming reports of previous studies…
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Skin Patch For Migraines Receives FDA Approval

The FDA has approved Zecuity (sumatriptan iontophoretic transdermal system) for the treatment of acute migraine in adults with or without aura. Zecuity is a battery-powered skin patch that delivers sumatriptan through the patient’s skin – it is a single-use medication. Sumatriptan is the most extensively prescribed migraine drug. According to NuPathe Inc…
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Fast Food Restaurants Serve Extremely Unhealthy Meals

Many major restaurant chains across the U.S. seem to be trying to encourage obesity by serving meals that have calorie counts far exceeding the daily recommended amounts. Their meals may sound and look extremely appealing, but they are actually incredibly fattening, bad for you, and only contribute towards the country’s severe obesity epidemic…
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Pill-Camera Promising Alternative To Endoscopy For Cancer Diagnosis

Researchers in the US have developed a high-tech camera you can swallow that takes detailed images of the insides of the gullet (esophagus) and stomach…
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Electronic Medical Records A Disappointment In The USA

Electronic medical records arrived with a fanfare in 2005, promising huge cost savings, better accuracy and efficiency – most health care professionals and authorities have been disappointed, stating that systems overall are not user-friendly and badly integrated, says a new report issued by the Rand Corporation, a non-profit organization…
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Flu Activity Spreads Across America, Reaches Epidemic Levels

As flu activity spreads rapidly across America, doctors are urging people to get a flu shot now, as well as taking other steps to protect themselves from influenza and some of its complications. Flu is now at “epidemic levels”, say public health authorities. According to the CDC’s FluView report this week, two children have died from influenza-related causes…
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Sweetened, Diet Drinks Tied To Depression Risk

Consuming sweetened drinks, especially of the diet soda or fizzy drink type, is tied to a higher risk for depression, while drinking coffee is linked to a slightly lower risk, according to new research due to be presented at a neurology conference in the US…
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Walking Reduces Stroke Risk Among Women

New research reveals that walking at least three hours a week reduces the risk of stroke among women. The finding, published in the journal Stroke, comes from yet another study highlighting the health benefits of doing exercise on a consistent basis…
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Sesame Street Helps Explain How Kids’ Brains Develop

A brain scan taken while a child watches TV is a better indicator of future test scores for reading and math compared to a brain scan that was taken under more synthetic circumstances. The finding was published in the journal PLOS Biology and came from new research that analyzed the brain scans of kids and adults watching Sesame Street…
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