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March 8th, 2010
New Prescription Drug Clears Up Severe Hand Eczema

A new drug has been developed, called alitretinoin, which can help clear up severe hand eczema and relieve cracked, itchy, and irritated hands, research reports.

March 5th, 2010
Experimental Prostate Cancer Drug May Extend Lives

A new drug, awaiting FDA approval, is showing promise for lengthening the lives of men who have advanced prostate cancer and have run out of treatment options

March 4th, 2010
Zarontin is Still Best Epilepsy Drug for Children

A milestone study of the three prescription drugs used to treat the most common form of childhood epilepsy has found that the oldest prescribed drug is still the most effective.

March 3rd, 2010
Seasonal Flu Virus is Absent after H1N1

Despite the cold and snow, the seasonal flu that usually hits during the season has been surprisingly absent. The largest outbreaks, of the nearly-forgotten H1N1 swine flu virus, occurred in the fall. Around 57 million people in the United States were infected with the influenza.

March 2nd, 2010
Study shows an Increasing Rate of Asthma in America

Behavioural risk factor surveillance system releases its government study on asthma rates in difference cities showing increased risk in American cities, pointing to the need for new medical treatments, inhalers, air purifiers and allergy guide.

March 1st, 2010
Ibuprofen May Lower Risk for Developing Parkinson’s

Lowering the risk for developing Parkinson’s disease can be as easy as regularly taking ibuprofen, the common anti-inflammatory drug, researchers from Harvard are reporting. People who took ibuprofen three or more times a week showed a 40% lower risk for developing the disease than others who did not take the common pain reliever, the study revealed. These [...]

February 26th, 2010
Woman’s Health Tip: 34 Menopause Symptoms

Menopause is an unavoidable part of the human life cycle that will affect most women after they reach middle-age. The shift into menopause usually begins around the age of 45, with the final menstrual period occuring commonly at age 50. As the levels of estrogen in a woman’s body decrease, many symptoms start to occur and they can be uncomfortable, stressful, or painful.

February 25th, 2010
New Osteoporosis Drug Raises Blood Clot Risk, Prevents Fractures

A new drug developed to battle osteoporosis has been found to reduce the risk of fractures and the risk of some breast cancers, heart disease and stroke, according to new research. However, similar to other osteoporosis treatments already available, the drug (called Lasofoxifene) also raises the risk of blood clots, the researchers discovered. Lasofoxifene, also known [...]

February 24th, 2010
Viagra vs. Cialis: Choosing the Right Erectile Dysfunction Prescription Drug

Men who suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED) are faced with the difficult task of choosing which impotence medication will be best suited for their body. There are two main contenders on the market, Viagra and Cialis, but are there any differences between the two? Both drugs are PDE-5 inhibiters, used to relax the penile arteries [...]

February 23rd, 2010
Diagnosing Depression: Recognizing the Warning Signs

Do you really have depression or are you just feeling a little down in the dumps? Most of the time, people find it difficult to distinguish between depression and general unhappiness. However, while most cases of general unhappiness resolve on their own, depression can last for a long time with severe symptoms. Although people who suffer [...]


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