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Endo Pharmaceuticals to Announce Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results on July 30, 2009

... bladder, prostate cancer and the early onset of puberty in children, or central precocious puberty (CPP). Its products include LIDODERM(R), a ... SUPPRELIN(R) LA for the treatment of early onset puberty in children. The company markets its branded ...

Postpartum Anxiety May Delay Puberty in Kids

... (HealthDay News) -- Postpartum anxiety may delay puberty in biological and adopted daughters, research on ... of mice with low levels of prolactin. puberty was delayed for the young mice in the ... or raised by an anxious mother. "Remarkably, puberty was still delayed even if the daughters of ...

Men with Low Testosterone See Multiple Doctors Before Being Diagnosed; Many Dissatisfied with Current Treatment Options

... bladder, prostate cancer and the early onset of puberty in children, or central precocious puberty (CPP). Its products include LIDODERM(R), a ... SUPPRELIN(R) LA for the treatment of early onset puberty in children. The company markets its branded ...

Endo Pharmaceuticals to Present at Goldman Sachs 30th Annual Healthcare Conference

... bladder, prostate cancer and the early onset of puberty in children, or central precocious puberty (CPP). Its products include LIDODERM(R), a ... SUPPRELIN(R) LA for the treatment of early onset puberty in children. The company markets its branded ...

Endo Announces Compensation for New CFO Alan Levin

... bladder, prostate cancer and the early onset of puberty in children, or central precocious puberty (CPP). Its products include LIDODERM(R), a ... SUPPRELIN(R) LA for the treatment of early onset puberty in children. The company markets its branded ...

Changes(TM) Kit for Girls - 'What Every Girl Wants.'

... and guardians raising girls who are just entering puberty LOS ANGELES, May 12, /PRNewswire/ -- ... too uncomfortable to bring up the subject of puberty and young girls looking for answers as to why ... them and their parents. WHAT: Since puberty happens only once in a lifetime, there's no ...

Endo to Present at Bank of America and Merrill Lynch 2009 Health Care Conference

... bladder, prostate cancer and the early onset of puberty in children, or central precocious puberty (CPP).Its products include LIDODERM(R), a topical ... Supprelin(R) LA for the treatment of early onset puberty in children. The company markets its branded ...

Endo Pharmaceuticals Reports First Quarter 2009 Financial Results

... bladder, prostate cancer and the early onset of puberty in children, or central precocious puberty (CPP). Its products include LIDODERM(R), a ... SUPPRELIN(R) LA for the treatment of early onset puberty in children. The company markets its branded ...

Testosterone Undecanoate Achieves and Maintains Normal Testosterone Levels in Hypogonadal Men With Five Injections Per Year, New Data Show

... bladder, prostate cancer and the early onset of puberty in children, or central precocious puberty (CPP).Its products include LIDODERM(R), a topical ... and Supprelin(R) for the treatment of early onset puberty in children. The company markets its branded ...

Procter & Gamble Gives Back With 'GIVE Health'

... administrations and feminine protection and puberty education for people around the globe. With over ... drinking water, tetanus vaccines and the proper puberty education and feminine protection are vital to ... work with partner organizations to provide puberty education, feminine protection, and sanitary ...

Scientists identify new gene responsible for puberty disorders

... AUGUSTA, Ga. A new gene responsible for some puberty disorders has been identified by Medical College ... also accounts for about 6 percent of two puberty disorders. These disorders idiopathic ... or IHH, and Kallmann syndrome short circuit puberty and can cause infertility. Kallmann syndrome is ...

Internationally adopted children hit puberty earlier

... that internationally adopted children can undergo puberty at an early age making them more susceptible to a ... childhood, would increase the risk of early puberty and chronic disease in adulthood." In Quebec, ... every year are from China. Some girls begin puberty as early as eight and boys as early as ...

Diabetes Drug May Prevent Early Puberty in Young Girls

... diabetes drug metformin slows the onset of early puberty and reduces the risk of insulin resistance in ... down puberty. This is important, because when puberty is faster in girls, the appearance of menses ... to an increased risk of breast cancer, and early puberty is a known risk factor for polycystic ovary ...

Zebrafish enable scientists to study the migration of neurons that enable sexual maturity

... go to the right place but take too long; delayed puberty suggests they got there late," says Dr. David J. ... and result in clinical defects." Fortunately puberty problems due to central nervous system ... says Dr. Lawrence C. Layman, an expert on delayed puberty who follows about 350 of these patients. ...

AstraZeneca Receives Six Months Pediatric Exclusivity Patent Extension for ARIMIDEX(R) (anastrozole) from the FDA

... in pubertal boys and precocious puberty in girls with McCune-Albright Syndrome (MAS). ... gynecomastia in pubertal boys and precocious puberty in girls with McCune-Albright Syndrome (MAS). ... benefit in the treatment of precocious puberty in the heterogeneous population of girls with the ...

Girls will be girls longer when home life is stable

... Ellis was the lead author of the study. Early puberty in girls is already known as a risk factor for a ... of family ecology in speeding up or slowing down puberty in girls. Belskys theory is that childrens early ... around the family create conditions that speed puberty as well as sexual activity. These stressors ...

Hip size of mothers linked to breast cancer in daughters

... to breast cancer. A womans hips are shaped at puberty when the growth of the hip bones is controlled by ... sex hormone profile which is established at puberty and persists through her reproductive life. The ... production at puberty, which persist after puberty and adversely affect breast development of the ...

Indevus Pharmaceuticals Announces First Quarter Fiscal 2009 Financial Results

... a subcutaneous implant indicated for the treatment of central precocious puberty (CPP), the premature onset of puberty in children. It utilizes the hydron implant technology and is ...

Indevus Pharmaceuticals Announces Third Quarter Fiscal 2008 Financial Results

... a subcutaneous implant indicated for the treatment of central precocious puberty (CPP), the premature onset of puberty in children. It utilizes the HYDRON(R) Polymer Technology and is ...

Five Questions About Eczema

... children who develop eczema will continue to have it as adults. (6) In some children, the disorder goes away for a long time, only to reappear at puberty when hormones kick in, stress becomes more common and the use of irritating skin care products or cosmetics begins. (7) Adult cases can be ...

Massachusetts Warns: Bisphenol A Toxic

... during gestation and early infancy, is associated with a wide range of adverse health effects including breast cancer, infertility, early puberty in girls, diabetes and obesity. The Massachusetts public health advisory also cites recent studies that found BPA can interfere with breast cancer ...

Study finds reproductive health effects from low doses of bisphenol-A

... stage that takes place for humans when they are still in the womb. While exposure to the lowest dose, 50 g /kg, resulted in early onset of puberty in the rats, exposure to higher dose had more complicated results. When exposed to the higher 50 mg/kg dose, the female rats developed cyst-like ...

Photos: New Image Survey Reveals 'Perception Is Reality' When It Comes to Teenagers With Acne

... diseases. In recent years, research has lead to a greater understanding of the pathogenesis of the disease.(2) The disorder begins with the onset of puberty and is thought to result from hormonal action on the skin's oil glands (sebaceous glands) leading to plugged pores and outbreaks.(3) It can be ...

Estrogen May Combat Marijuana's Effect on Cognition

... led the researchers to hypothesize that exposure to tetrahydrocannabinol, better known as THC, the main ingredient in marijuana, during the critical puberty and teenage development period of humans could have lifelong ramifications. The study, though, involved only female rats so any implication for ...

Endo Pharmaceuticals Completes Acquisition of Indevus Pharmaceuticals

... of overactive bladder, Vantas(R) for the palliative treatment of advanced prostate cancer, and Supprelin(R) for the treatment of early onset puberty in children. The company markets its branded pharmaceutical products to physicians in pain management, neurology, surgery, oncology, and primary ...

Super micro-surgery offers new hope for breast cancer patients with lymphedema

... regions. Cancer treatment is not the only cause of lymphedema. Primary lymphedema can develop from developmental causes at birth, the onset of puberty or in adulthood. Secondary lymphedema can develop as a result of surgery, radiation, infection or trauma. In developing countries, a form of ...

Hormone Might Help Restore Female Fertility

... According to the researchers, kisspeptin is an important regulator of reproductive function. Animals that lack kisspeptin function don't go through puberty and remain sexually immature. More information The U.S. National Women's Health Information Center has more about infertility . ...

Sleepless in Botswana

... creating educational materials about HIV/AIDS, to working with schools to educate children about health issues, such as malaria, child abuse, puberty and others. "It's my daily, one-on-one conversations with the people of this village that has been the most rewarding," she said. "In Botswana, ...

Marijuana Linked to Aggressive Testicular Cancer

... that the peak age for testicular cancer to actually occur begins, really, right after adolescence," he noted. "That's when hormones released during puberty appear to promote [full-blown] cancer by essentially throwing fuel on the lesion fire, following a relatively long latency. The point being that you ...

Marijuana use linked to increased risk of testicular cancer

... hormonal environment of adolescence and adulthood can trigger undifferentiated fetal germ cells to become cancerous, it has been suggested that puberty is a 'window of opportunity' during which lifestyle or environmental factors also can increase the risk of testicular cancer," said senior author ...

Endo Pharmaceuticals to Acquire Indevus Pharmaceuticals

... for the treatment and management of pain. Indevus currently markets products to treat overactive bladder, prostate cancer and central precocious puberty and is pursuing regulatory approval of drugs to treat hypogonadism and bladder cancer. Mr. Holveck noted, "In addition to the very successful ...

High-Fat Diet While Pregnant May Produce Obese Kids

... either a high-fat or a balanced diet for two weeks. Pups born to mothers that ate the high-fat diet ate more, weighed more throughout life, and began puberty earlier than pups born to mothers that ate a balanced diet. The pups born to the mothers that at the high-fat diet also had higher levels of ...

Successive Births, HRT Use Boost Joint Replacement Risks

... Early puberty also a factor in increased chance of knee, hip surgeries, study finds MONDAY, Oct. 27 (HealthDay News) -- Early puberty, having lots of ...

Hormones May Be to Blame for Women's Cavity Rates

... that female estrogens, but not male androgens, were correlated to cavity rates, he said the cumulative effect of estrogens, including fluctuations at puberty and high levels during pregnancy, promote cavities and dietary changes. Saliva. Women produce less saliva than men, reducing the removal of food ...

Nurturing Parents Can Cut Risk of Aggression in Girls

... bullying behavior TUESDAY, Aug. 5 (HealthDay News) -- Positive parenting can help ease aggression in adolescent girls who go through puberty early, says a study by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. On the other hand, precocious teen girls whose parents don't ...

Lawmakers Agree to Ban Dangerous Chemicals in Toys

... mouths, the phthalates can easily leach from toy to child. Phthalates have been linked to serious health concerns including birth defects, early puberty in girls (a risk factor for breast cancer) and liver cancer. Retailers and manufacturers including Wal-Mart, Toys-R-Us, Lego, Evenflo and Gerber ...

Family stress and child's temper extremes contribute to anxiety and depression in children

... at 12-13 years of age than boys. - Research indicates that girls tend to churn over problems and events more than boys. In addition, early puberty in girls is thought to make them extra vulnerable to developing depressive symptoms, says Evalill Karevold. Timid children have a greater risk ...

New photo 'op' for ovaries may solve some mysteries of infertility

... years before it is moved to the position where it can ovulate? Something controls or parcels those follicles over time so that you have enough from puberty until menopause." There aren't many tools to help researchers examine the way ovaries function. Enter Frank Miller, M.D., who is developing a new ...

Study aims to improve sex education for deaf pupils

... US, but none has ever explored the SRE of deaf youngsters. "It is important that we know what children are learning at primary-school age before puberty and the effects of raging hormones kick in," added Wendy. "The study reflects a Government push on social and emotional development of children. ...

Growth Hormone is Used to Treat Twice as Many Short Boys Than Girls in the U.S. and Asia; Gender Difference is Smaller in the Rest of the World

... the more than 20 years of rhGH use. Males outnumbered females at all ages, especially during the second decade of life. Because boys typically start puberty later than girls and hit their growth spurt at a later stage of puberty, boys who lag behind their peers are more likely to be perceived as having a ...
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