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Novagali Pharma Presents Phase III Clinical Trial of Vekacia(R) for Vernal Keratoconjunctivitis

...to October 2006. Most patients were suffering from perennial VKC (90 patients, 76.3%) and were presented at study entry with a mixed form of VKC (87 patients, 73.7%). Vekacia(R) improved both signs and ocular symptoms of VKC in children who received treatment. The superiority of Vekacia(R) over its vehicle h...

New Chemistry Approach Promises Less Expensive Drugs

...ns of drug molecules that can damage the body, two perennial issues that plague the manufacturing process. David MacMillan, one of the researchers on the team, said the discovery is important not only for its industrial applications, but also because of the new research possibilities it opens up. "This is a ...

Ex-workers Ask HLL to Accept Liability for Mercury Deaths

...t up shop on a bluff whose slopes drained into the perennial Pamban River through the Shola forests of the Palani-Nilgiri ranges, they added. According to the former employees, in 16 years of operation, HLL and its previous owner Pond's India Ltd exposed between 600 and 800 workers to mercury in the workpla...

Black Cohosh Does Not Treat Hot Flashes

...n took Black cohosh or a placebo. Black cohosh, a perennial herb member of the buttercup family, is the most widely used herbal remedy for hot flashes. The Herbal Alternatives for Menopause Trial (HALT), was a one-year, double-blind, randomized, and controlled trial comparing the effects of three formulatio...

Zaditor? - over-the-counter drug for itchy eyes

... to seasonal allergens like pollen and ragweed, or perennial allergens like animal hair or pet dander. While most OTC products provide only 3-4 hours of short-term relief, Zaditor's full prescription strength formula offers eye itch relief that works in minutes and lasts up to 12 hours with just one drop. Th...

36 Children Die of Encephalitis in Uttar Pradesh

...orse in 2005," Singh told IANS. The disease is a perennial menace in several districts of the state, particularly along the Nepal border, where it had taken a toll of nearly 1,100 in 2005. According to Singh, things were much better this year and the health authorities were better prepared than ever in the...

Herbal Remedy Risky for Cancer Patients

...is native to North America and is extracted from a perennial plant...

Butterbur does wonders

...nts had achieved similar effects. Butterbur is a perennial shrub, found throughout Europe as well as parts of Asia and North America, that has been used medicinally for centuries. During the Middle Ages it was used to treat plague and fever. In the 16th century its use was noted in treating cough, asthma, an...

Homeopathic preparation better than placebo in perennial allergic

A homeopathic preparation for perennial allergic rhinitis appears to be more effective tha...acebo. A multicenter team studied 50 patients with perennial allergic rhinitis. The subjects were randomized to receive either 30cc of a homeopathic preparation ...

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