Mediator drug trial begins in France

The long-awaited trial related one of France's biggest pharmaceutical scandals has opened in Paris. In 2016, Connexion spoke to the French doctor who blew the whistle on the Mediator drug scandal. Dr Irène Frachon's efforts to alert authorities to the drug's potential dangers were made into a film that was screened at Cannes that year. Some 2,600
The Connexion


State, hospital investigating Legionnaires' cases in Scranton area

The state Health Department and Regional Hospital of Scranton are probing what caused several cases of Legionnaires' disease in Scranton. Because Legionella bacteria grows in water pipes and can spread through shower heads, Regional is limiting water use. Hospital staff is giving patients bottled water and packaged bathing materials, spokeswoman Annmarie Poslock said in an email. No
Citizens Voice


FDA expanding the recall of high blood pressure medicine again

by: Kara Urland Posted: / Updated: WASHINGTON - The Food and Drug Administration has expanded a recall for medication used to treat high blood pressure due to the discovery of trace amounts of an unexpected impurity while testing product batches. Torrent Pharmaceutical Limited is expanding the recall to include an additional 3 lots of Losartan
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Vitamin D and fish oil show promise in prevention of cancer death and heart attacks

Credit: CC0 Public Domain The VITamin D and OmegA-3 Trial (VITAL) is the largest and most recent to test whether vitamin D or fish oil can effectively prevent cancer or cardiovascular disease. Results to date have been mixed but show promise for some outcomes, now confirmed by updated pooled (meta) analyses. The
Medical Xpress


Eating Onions and Garlic May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk - Myhealthyclick.com

A new study has found that a recipe made from onions and garlic could help reduce breast cancer risk. Researchers from the University at Buffalo and the University of Puerto Rico have found that onions and garlic are the key ingredients in sofrito, a sauce popularly used by Puerto Ricans, which could reduce the risk of
Myhealthyclick


Tally Of Dengue Cases Rising Alarmingly - UrduPoint

Tally of the dengue fever cases is rising alarmingly across the country as 278 more patients have been reported in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.13 patients have died of the disease in Rawalpindi so far ISLAMABAD (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News / Online - 24th September, 2019) Tally of the dengue fever cases
UrduPoint News


Oprah Winfrey recalls 'very serious' health scare

Oprah Winfrey has revealed she battled a "very serious" health scare that left her in the emergency room and forced her to cancel work appearances. The 65-year-old appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday where she told the audience she was recently diagnosed with pneumonia. She explained: "I came back from overseas and I thought
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Genital Herpes Vaccine Experiment Works in Animals Medicine - Xherald

A group of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania has built up another antibody contender to ensure against herpes simplex infection type 2 (HSV-2), the most widely recognized explicitly transmitted illness. A group of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania has built up another antibody contender to secure against herpes simplex infection type 2 (HSV-2), the
X Herald


Wearable Medical Device Market Witnessing Phenomenal Growth By Top Leading Players Like Fitbit Inc, Koninklijke Philips N.V., Garmin Ltd., BioTelemetry Inc, Omron Healthcare Inc., Drägerwerk AG & Co - ustrademedia.com

Wearable Medical Device Market is expected to grow globally with an estimated CAGR of 21.30% to reach USD 71.03 billion by 2028. Increasing perception of smartphones and growing number of smartphone-based healthcare apps along with growing partiality for wireless connectivity among healthcare providers and due to increasing focus on physical fitness are some major factors
US Trade Media


Wireless Health and Fitness Devices Market Share, Size : 2019 Global Industry Trends, Growth and 2025 Forecast Research Report - The News PANDA

This "Wireless Health and Fitness Devices Market" Report provides in-depth and detailed data for investment plans with research and development budgets, raw material budgets, labor cost, and other funds. Global Wireless Health and Fitness Devices Market industry is large enough to build a sustainable business, so this report helps you to identify
The News PANDA


"The Good, The Bad And The Ugly" Side Of Antibiotics

Antibiotics have been extremely effective and often lifesaving in the treatment of some infectious diseases, but they don't cure all illnesses and can sometimes even cause significant medical problems. Therefore, it is important that antibiotics are taken properly. Health care providers have seen unfortunate complications of inappropriate antibiotic use and, as a result, avoid
Modern Ghana


study : Onions and garlic might be formula for diminishing bosom malignancy chance

Onions and garlic are key fixings in sofrito, a sauce that is a staple of Puerto Rican food. They may likewise be a formula for lessening the danger of bosom malignant growth. That is as indicated by the discoveries of an examination driven by University at Buffalo and University of Puerto Rico analysts. It's the
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Man's arm almost fell off as a result of diet of fizzy drinks

A man is recovering after he nearly lost his arm as a result of a high-sugar diet. Mohd Razin Mohamed's limb started rotting around the shoulder as a result of diabetes that doctors told him was from having fizzy drinks every day. He would not go a day without having at least two fizzy drinks, usually at
Metro


Dublin People - Nation to have a cup against breast cancer

Tuesday, 24th September, 2019 7:59am Mairead is joined by Mary Canavan and Dianne Fitzharris Doyle at the launch. Mairead is joined by Mary Canavan and Dianne Fitzharris Doyle at the launch. RADIO and TV presenter Mairead Ronan is asking Southsiders to brew up a storm while funding vital services for people with breast cancer. Mairead,
Dublin People


Trial over weight loss drug starts in France

A French court has heard the start of a trial involving a weight loss pill that public health officials say may have been responsible for as many as 2,000 deaths. PARIS - A French court has heard the start of a trial involving a weight loss pill that
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Number of dengue cases soar to 2,721 in Punjab

LAHORE: The number of dengue patients has jumped to 2,721 in Punjab, during the current year, said provincial health department on Tuesday, ARY News reported. According to the report prepared by the Punjab health department, as many as 292 cases of dengue were reported in the last 24 hours. 106 cases were reported in
ARY NEWS


Woman Fights For A Third Face As Body Rejects Transplant

Carmen Blandin Tarleton does not want to go backward. She is fighting for a third face. Tarleton, 12 years removed from her estranged husband's attack with a baseball bat and lye that burned most of her body, gained some of her life back after dozens of surgeries and a 2013 face transplant. She could play
NDTV


Rawalpindi opens dengue filter clinics to reduce burden on hospitals | Samaa Digital

Due to the rising number of dengue patients, the government has decided to set up filter clinics to reduce the burden on private hospitals in Rawalpindi. "There is a lot of load on hospitals as people are coming in huge numbers to get checked," Rawalpindi Commissioner Saqib Zafar told SAMAA TV on Monday. He said the
Samaa Digital


Oprah recalls 'serious' health scare that landed her in the emergency room

Oprah Winfrey has spoken out about a recent health scare where she wound up in the emergency room. The 65-year-old spoke about her recent illness in an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday. "I just got cleared yesterday!" Winfrey told host Ellen DeGeneres. "I came back from overseas and I thought
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Patients hit by two-month delay in flu vaccine

Patients in Essex have been told that due to a delay in production of the flu vaccine the first vaccination appointments of the year will be available from November 2 - two days after the UK potentially exits the EU with a deal. NHS England said earlier in the year that flu vaccines generally start to
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