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January 18th, 2010
Blood Pressure Drugs May Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Angiotensin receptor blockers, prescription drugs commonly used to treat high blood pressure and heart disease, may help reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, new research is suggesting. The study also demonstrated that angiotensin receptor blockers appear to provide a higher level of protection against Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in comparison to other high blood [...]

January 15th, 2010
Mail-Order and Online Drugs Help Patients Maintain Medicine Regimen

Buying prescription drugs from an online pharmacy or a mail-order drug store makes it much easier for people to follow their medication regimens, new research suggests. Researchers have analyzed medication refill information recorded from 2006 and 2007 from 13,922 patients with diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol. Maintaining a regimen was defined as having the [...]

January 14th, 2010
Experimental Anti-Clotting Drug Performing Better Than Plavix

A new anti-clotting drug, called Brilinta, could take the place of Plavix as a treatment for patients with acute coronary syndrome. In a recent clinical trial, Brilinta (ticagrelor) was shown to reduce the risk of a second heart attack and death without raising the threat of bleeding, which can be a side effect of Plavix [...]

January 13th, 2010
Reducing Dosage of Parkinson’s Drug can Lead to Withdrawal Symptoms

Patients taking drugs for Parkinson’s disease who reduce their dosage level have been found to experience symptoms similar to those felt by drug addicts in withdrawal. These symptoms can include anxiety, panic attacks, pain, dizziness and drug cravings and are set off by the lowered level of dopamine agonists, a type of drug commonly used [...]

January 12th, 2010
Painkiller Celebrex May Reduce Risk of Skin Cancer

People with a family history of a skin disorder may be able to reduce the risk of developing skin cancer simply by taking the painkiller and prescription drug celecoxib (Celebrex), new research is suggesting. The study is still in preliminary stages and the drug is not yet approved for this specific use, but results look [...]

January 11th, 2010
Fake Drugs are Faking out More Consumers

The makers of counterfeit prescription drugs are greatly advancing their production techniques in order to get a share of the estimated $75 billion market in fake drugs, researchers are reporting. Some of the counterfeit tactics include utilizing the exact same technology that genuine pharmaceutical companies employ to identify their products as the real thing. Today’s fake drugs [...]

January 7th, 2010
Are Antidepressants Only Beneficial for the Severely Depressed?

Not all antidepressants are the same.  While some work best for people with severe depression, they may not help those with mild or moderate depression. A new study was recently completed that tried to determine the effectiveness of an antidepressant versus a placebo in patients with severe depression. The results from six previously published studies of [...]

January 5th, 2010
Possible New Drug for Treatment of Brain or Prostate Cancer

A new experimental prescription drug called imetelstat is showing promise as a treatment for glioblastoma brain cancer and prostate cancer, based on results from clinical trials that tested the drug on human prostate cancer cells and rodents who had glioblastoma. At the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center researchers found that imetelstat had a substantial effect [...]

January 4th, 2010
Researchers Look to Chinese Folk Medicines to Battle Alcoholism

Researchers from the University of California have released a study that claims a simulated form of a material found in the kudzu vine can minimize alcoholic drinking and help relapses

December 31st, 2009
Lab Developed Synthetic Proteins Hinders HIV Virus

University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers have published a report detailing their ability to block HIV infections in the lab, using synthetic proteins that prevent the virus from inhabiting healthy cells. The scientist’s synthetic molecules that hinder the HIV protein, gp41, from contacting host cell proteins.


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