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Doctors not to accept gifts from drug companies

... in a campaign that's also designed to inform drug makers about what is considered unethical behavior. //...notepads to free dinners and trips, that some drug makers shower on doctors. Ethicists say the gifts could encourage doctors to prescribe medications that may...

Acne Drug linked to suicide attempts

...thoughts of suicide in the same period. Roche, the makers of Accutane, sent a letter to doctors three-and-a-half years ago, alerting them to a new prescribing warning that states - "Accutane may cause depression, psychosis, and rarely, suicide attempts." While the relationship between Accutane and depres...

New Birth Control Pills increase the stroke risk

...roblems and weight gain. Hoping for the best, pill makers issued yet another formula in the 1980s that combined low estrogen levels with the less harsh progestogens desogestrel or gestodene. Third-generation birth control pills haven't been used in the US long enough to monitor women most at risk for stro...

Panel suggests selling allergy drugs OTC

...ons where the drugs are over-the-counter. The drug makers oppose a switch, which would cost them money. Us...ng so at that time extends the period during which makers of generic drugs are prohibited from selling lower-priced versions of the drug. Claritin's patent ...

FDA changes rules on testing drugs for children

...e if the new law makes the old mandate, which drug makers hated, unnecessary.// But three Democrats compla...r dosing because doctors have no alternative. Drug makers have used the financial incentives to focus their studies on more expensive drugs, like Prozac, rath...

Nurses save more lives

...e government, is meant to give direction to policy makers on medical costs and nurse staffing....

Something to relieve the pain in your neck!

...where it has been already been distributed, as the makers have not been able to convince people to use it....

New and unique treatment for Psoriasis patients

...der the supervision of a doctor. Biogen Inc., the makers of the drug, sponsored a study, which involved patients with chronic psoriasis that covered at least 10 percent of their bodies, and gave them either Amevive or dummy injections. They found that 40 per cent of patients on the Amevive drug saw their p...

Scientists push to lower hidden sodium in food

...e recipe but keep the taste. On one thing do food makers and health critics agree: Making our food supply less salty will require consumer demand, and so far that has focused mostly on trimming the fat.There's only so much people can worry about when it comes to food, But the fact is high blood pressure ra...

Will Your Baby Grow Up To Be A Future Einstein ?

...aby reading lessons are growing in popularity. The makers of video, books and flash cards aimed at the very young claim to sometimes have 2-year-olds reading simple children's books by themselves. Some experts support these programs, while others oppose them. Researchers thus conclude saying , if parents d...

The Positive Effects Of A Healthy Lifestyle

...that their study should make physicians and policy makers take notice that they can make significant contributions to health aging in several areas by encouraging people to eat healthful foods....

The Positive Effects Of A Healthy Lifestyle

...that their study should make physicians and policy makers take notice that they can make significant contributions to health aging in several areas by encouraging people to eat healthful foods....

FDA to bring about changes in Marketed Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs

...sks associated with the use of the said drugs. The makers of over the counter NSAIDs were also asked to provide information about skin reactions and any other information that will help the consumer to use the drug safely. In addition to the instructions to the drug manufacturers, FDA had also updated the ...

Drug regulatory officials giving the nod for sale of Unapproved drug formulations in India

... Dr Reddys’s Laboratories one of India’s leading makers of nimesulide have announced that they have stopped making four combinations of nimesulide and explained its decision as part of rationalising its nimesulide strateg....

CoQ10 bioavailability increased by Nanotechnology

...tion of the ingredient, allows supplement and food makers to use lower dosages, therefore saving on costs. The patented technology uses common food-grade emulsifiers and solvents to trap water droplets in oil. Modified, swollen micelles that can invert easily from being water in oil to oil in water are us...

Weighty problem: Protein is the solution?

...ntific and economical need to be looked on. Policy makers will have a tough time and will not sleep over the matter. The matter will rest only when a declarative statement regarding the safety of the high protein diet is established. If done then it will be a revolution of sorts. Source: American Journal o...

Cholesterol can be lowered using combination of Soy Proteins and Sterols

... cent to reach nearly $5.7 billion by 2009 as food makers try to help prevent the biggest cause of deaths around the world....

Secret Of Heartbeat Protein Unravelled

...P97's role in the body. And that will point drug makers to targets for developing new ways to treat cardiac or neurological diseases, he said. Indo-Asian News Service...

Yet Another Use For Green Tea Extract

...zed As Safe) affirmation, giving food and beverage makers in the US a strong signal of the ingredient’s suitability in new food products. // Although Teavigo is already being used in a number of supplement products in the Japanese and US market, under brands including GNC, Vitamin Shoppe and Healthy Origin...

WHO Steps Up To Create A Public Awareness About The Consequences Of Exposure To Radon

...network of radon scientists, regulators and policy makers to collaborate in the project. Working groups will focus on risk assessment, exposure guidelines, measurement and mitigation of radon levels, investigations of cost-effectiveness and risk communication. WHO guidelines based on this work will help nat...

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