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November 25th, 2009
Even Healthy People Risk H1N1 Swine Flu Hospitalization without Vaccine

Although it is common for people hospitalized from H1N1 swine flu to have had chronic medical conditions, many healthy people are also seriously affected by the disease, said a U.S. health official recently. The majority of adults taken to hospital for the virus have had health problems like asthma, immune system disorders, chronic lung diseases, and [...]

November 24th, 2009
Q&A: What happens when a Woman Takes Viagra?

Viagra was initially developed by Pfizer as a blood pressure drug. A surprise side-effect came from the prescription drug’s effect on erectile tissue, a mistake that led to the marketing of Viagra as an erectile dysfunction (ED) drug. Many women have asked if there is a female-alternative to Viagra, or if the medication is safe to [...]

November 23rd, 2009
How to Lose Weight Faster with Diet Pills

There is a common misconception that simply taking diet pills such as Xenical, Alli, or Meridia will be an easy shortcut for losing weight. However, while these prescription weight loss pills drastically help with fat loss, other steps must be completed to accelerate the fat loss. With the holiday season fast approaching, it is important to [...]

November 18th, 2009
Dextrose May be New Anti-Vomit Drug for Post-Op Patients

To ease the discomfort of sickness or vomiting after an operation, new research has discovered that taking dextrose (a form of glucose) will prevent post-op nausea. “As one of the most common post-operative complications, [vomiting and nausea] remains one of the main causes of decreased patient satisfaction following surgery,” says an author of the new study, [...]

November 17th, 2009
Xenical Shown to Help Overweight Teens with Weight Loss

Treatment with Xenical weight loss drug combined with a low-calorie diet, exercise and behavioural therapy has been found to help obese teenagers lose weight and improve weight management, suggests a new study. Behavioural modification, by itself, has not been successful for maintaining weight loss in adolescents struggling with obesity. Investigators are saying that there is a [...]

November 16th, 2009
Why Won’t It Go Down?! Possible Treatment for Painful Lengthy Erections

While some would consider 4 hour erections to be a gift rather than a curse, men who suffer from penis pain and damage from these lengthy erections disagree. New mouse research suggests that these men may be able to benefit from a drug that was used in the past to treat severe immune deficiency. Priapism is [...]

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 12th, 2009
Women with Breast Cancer Tumors May Benefit from Cancer Drug

Women who are diagnosed with a fairly uncommon form of breast cancer are much more likely to suffer from recurrence and threat of spreading. Now researchers have found that these women may reduce the risks through treatment with the breast cancer prescription drug Herceptin. Research has been conducted in the United States and Italy which studied [...]

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 [...]

November 3rd, 2009
FDA Purchases Fake H1N1 Swine Flu Drugs

Consumers are being warned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration today to be cautious if purchasing prescription drugs through the Internet meant to detect, prevent, fix or completely cure the H1N1 swine flu virus. The FDA made the warning after purchasing and examining products that were sold as Tamiflu (oseltamivir) on suspicious websites. It is [...]


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