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November 20th, 2009
Most People Respond Well to New Asthma Drug Combination

In the past, it was thought that a person’s genetic makeup affected how they reacted to different asthma medications, now a new study is revealing that most people can benefit from a certain combination treatment regardless of their genes. These genes are related to a receptor in the body that is important in the effectiveness of [...]

November 13th, 2009
Less Lupus Flare-Ups Occur with Experimental New Drug

New research tested a new class of experimental drugs to target the disease process that comes with lupus. Benlysta was one of the most promising drugs to beat out typical treatment in the large clinical trial. If the results of the research are accurate, Benlysta would become the first new treatment for lupus in over fifty [...]

November 4th, 2009
Red Wine Chemical Injected Into Brain May Treat Diabetes

Resveratrol, a compound found most commonly in red wine, may be developed into a treatment for type 2 diabetes. But don’t start chugging back the merlot or popping resveratrol drugs just yet. It was discovered that by injecting resveratrol into the brains of mice who were given a high-calorie diet the compound was found to decrease [...]

October 8th, 2009
Early Vaccinations for H1N1 Swine Flu mean Less Death, Less Spending

It is not a surprise that a new U.S. study is saying that in order to minimize deaths from H1N1 Swine flu pandemic vaccination should start as quickly as possible. “Earlier — October versus November — vaccination saves more lives and costs less,” says Dr. Nayer Khazeni, the study’s lead researcher, from the division of pulmonary [...]

October 2nd, 2009
Preventing Swine Flu deaths for Pregnant Women

The H1N1 Swine flu has claimed the lives of 28 pregnant women in the United States creating worry from obstetricians and CDC investigators. The 28 victims of severe H1N1 swine flu were among 100 pregnant women throughout the country requiring hospitalization. In the past, the flu has only drawn mild concern for pregnant women and to her fetus. It is not known whether H1N1 Swine flu is any worse.

August 7th, 2009
Leading Cause of Child Poisonings: Medication

A recent Government report states that the foremost source of poisonings among American children can be located in the household medicine cabinet.

August 7th, 2009
What To Do When Your Diabetic Child Becomes Sick

Managing a child's diabetes is a increasingly hard to manage, never mind when he or she becomes sick. The American Diabetes Association offers these suggestions:s:

August 7th, 2009
Second Trimester Pregnancy Health Tips

By the time you reach your second trimester of pregnancy, you will have undergone physical and emotional changes. But there will still be more changes to come.

August 6th, 2009
To Yoga or Not to Yoga?

Yoga has become a mainstream, widespread form of physical activity in North America. Just as any other physical activity, precaution must be taken, and you must practice and prepare yourself before engaging in this physical recreation.


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