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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 [...]

November 2nd, 2009
Obama: It’s High Time Medical Marijuana Laws Were Relaxed

U.S. President Obama and his administration have decided that it’s high time to relax the medical marijuana laws in the United States. There will no longer be prosecution of medical marijuana users or suppliers, as long as laws of the individual states are followed. The changes of the guidelines were sent to federal prosecutors recently and [...]

October 14th, 2009
New Vaccine may make Quitting Smoking Easier

Forget hypnosis, gum, or those fake cigarettes–a more effective solution to quitting smoking is now in the final stages of development. A Maryland company has received a $10 million dollar grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to aid in the research of an anti-smoking vaccine. The study is in phase III and will be [...]

October 13th, 2009
Colitis patients rejoice! This drug may help you avoid surgery.

A new study has found that patients suffering from ulcerative colitis will benefit from being treated by infliximab (Remicade). This medication, which is easily ordered from any online Canadian pharmacy, may reduce the need for surgery by almost half. Ulcerative colitis is a form of bowel disease that causes chronic inflammation in the colon. Often, patients [...]

October 13th, 2009
Diabetes Sufferers can now Reduce Risk of Heart Attack or Stroke, Easily.

There is a new, simple way for people who suffer from diabetes or heart disease to lessen their risk for heart attack or stroke by 60%. A new study has found that by taking cheap prescription drugs to reduce cholesterol and blood pressure and a daily aspirin, chances of hospitalization decreased. “If you have diabetes or [...]

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.

October 1st, 2009
Acetaminophen linked to liver failure and death

Acetaminophen, an ingredient in many common prescription and non-prescription drugs, has been recently linked to liver failure and death. It is found in Extra Strength Tylenol, NyQuil Cold & Flu Relief Liquid, Excedrin, and Canadian prescription drugs Percocet and Vicodin.

September 10th, 2009
Ceravix Receives Commendatory Advice From FDA Advisory Committee

GlaxoSmithKline recently advised the public that the US FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee voted that Ceravix, the company’s cervical cancer vaccine, presented data that substantiates the efficacy and safety of the treatment.

September 9th, 2009
Research Argues, Over Time, Lead Subjection May Lead To Heart Disease

Recent research argues that long-term subjection to lead may increase the risk of death caused by heart disease. The Boston veterans’ age study, used 868 participants of mostly Caucasian men, where they inspected lead concentration in their bones and blood. At the beginning of the study the average age of male participants was 67. These men exhibited lead concentration in both their blood and their bones of the kneecap and shin, which during their nine year analyses 241 participants reportedly died.

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