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Napo Obtains Special Protocol Assessment Agreement From FDA for Crofelemer

... filing to FDA. Subjects who complete the efficacy part of the study will be allowed to continue into an open-label, five-month extension. The purpose of the extension is to provide additional safety and tolerability information about crofelemer in longer tem use. Commenting on this announcement, Lisa C...

Overdose of Paracetamol was Dropped

...t and physician awareness may account for at least part of the increase in accidental overdoses. In 1998 UK legislation limited packets of acetaminophen to 16 x 500mg tablets. The authors note the overdose rate in Calgary is about one fifth that reported in the UK, despite similar suicide rates. UK ac...

US Teens Charged With Gang Raping a Woman

...re not cooperating, but Lawson confessed to taking part in the attack, White said. But Walker has denied involvement. DNA evidence in a condom found in the victims' home linked Lawson to the crime, police said. Investigators also say they found a palm print belonging to Walker at the scene. Lawson liv...

Harry Potter Final Book - Prediction and Expectations

...e," Westman said. "Clearly, Hermoine and Ron are part of Harry's adventure," Nel said. "Harry is always ...never let him, so they are certainly going to be a part of the alliance against Voldemort, but I think we can expect that Ginny will be a part of that group...

Gadrasil Could Prove Effective in Men too

...sil is a safe and effective drug and it is clearly part of the new frontier of cancer meds. Gardasil does ...Gardasil will be offered to seventh grade girls as part of the school-based vaccination program and will not be mandatory. The catch with Gardasil, though...

Exercise Reduces Inflammation

...n and high fitness to low inflammation, the unique part of this paper is that controlling for those, we also show that high parasympathetic tone is related to low inflammation, Woods said. And its even independent of their fitness level, Vieira interjected.Fitness, fatness and parasympathetic tone appea...

Benefits From the Use of the Internet in Healthcare Applications Highlighted

...care. The Role of the Internet in Healthcare is part of the Healthcare & Life Sciences IT Growth Partnership Service, which also includes research on patient data safety in the European healthcare IT markets, the computerised physician order entry systems market, the electronic medical records market a...

Somerville, A Town Committed to Tackle Obesity Among Kids

... a town of 80,000 outside Boston, have been taking part in a nutrition programme aimed at helping them learn healthy eating habits that stay with them throughout their lives. As a result the Somerville children on average weigh less than those in nearby towns, and as they learn to eat better, they improve...

Drug Firm on the Threshold of Developing Dengue Vaccine

...ted Stephenne as saying. The Thai trials will be part of the second phase of the process. The vaccine was tested on 500 people in the United States during the first phase and proved safe and effective, Stephenne said. Once the Thai trials are completed, the vaccine will move to the final stage to test...

Indian Fashion Beckons International Models

...Britain, Czech Republic, Brazil and Sri Lanka took part in the model auditions held in New Delhi for the Delhi Fashion Week, which will be held in the capital from Sep 5-9 and will see designers flaunt their Spring/Summer 2008 line. Three of the international models made it to the shortlist of 18 candid...

Gene Expression in Blood may Hold Clues About Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

...w Lloyd at the University of New South Wales. As part of the research, scientists examined six million pieces of gene expression information to study the differences in gene expression patterns in the blood of 15 individuals who either recovered promptly after acute glandular fever or developed prolonge...

Cancer Risk is High Among HIV/AIDS and Kidney Transplant Patients

... Epidemiology and Clinical Research (NCHECR). As part of the study, scientists compared cancer rates between these HIV/AIDS and kidney transplant patients with the general population. The study found that HIV/AIDS patients were 11 times more likely to develop Hodgkins lymphoma, a cancer associated wit...

World's First Face Transplant Patient Feels She is Alive Again

...w identity and the debt she owed her donor. "One part of me and my identity has disappeared forever, and I guard preciously the memory of what I was," she was quoted as saying. "This face ... it isn't me. It will never be me. I often look at myself in the mirror. At first I used to do it all the time,...

China Cracks the Whip Against Drug Manufacturers Who Fail Quality Norms

...hinese-made products deemed dangerous to children, part of a lengthening list of recent U.S. government actions to ban, recall or restrict Chinese imports from juice to toothpaste suspected of containing high levels of toxins. China's pharmaceutical industry is lucrative but poorly regulated. Some com...

Indian and Pakistani-origin Scots More Likely to Suffer Heart Attacks

... in comparison to their non-Asian countrymen. As part of the study, the researchers linked information on individual ethnic groups from the 2001 Census to Scottish hospital discharge and mortality data. Researchers used a one-way encryption technique known as 'hashing', on the data, to preserve anony...

Researchers Say Brain Region Responsible for Pain's Ability to Seek Attention

... University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf. As part of the study, the researchers conducted cognitive task involving distinguishing images, as well as a working memory task involving remembering images on volunteers. The researchers asked the volunteers to perform the tasks as they experienced diffe...

Protein That Absorbs Lipids may Provide Future Weight-loss Strategies

...tion of a protein that absorbs lipids in the upper part of the intestine, raising hopes that it may provi...ally absorbs fatty acids in the upper, or proximal part of the intestine, but in its absence, lower, more distal, sections of the intestine compensate and a...

Buddhist Food Festival in Ludhiana

... terms of their respective economies. Food is also part of it. We are enjoying it". Buddhist vegetarian chefs have become extremely creative in cloning meat using prepared Wheat gluten also known as `seitan', Soya, Agar and other plant products. Indeed! Buddhist cuisine was a treat for Punjabis to che...

Combination of Tratuzumab and Chemotherapy Yields Better Results for Breast Cancer

...mab is a monoclonal antibody that directly targets part of the HER2 tyrosine kinase receptor. The results showed that combining trastuzumab with chemotherapy results in a -34% reduction in mortality and a 38% increase in disease-free survival, Dahabreh said. Those survival benefits were accompanied by d...

Prions Capacity can Be Aggrevated by Solid Particles

...tomy in our field, and maybe (the new research) is part of the answer." In their studies, the Wisconsin researchers looked at the ability of prions to bind to different types of common soil materials. One, known as montmorillonite, is a type of clay and prions seem to have a special affinity for latchin...

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