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    Zantac Is Voluntarily Recalled After Cancer-Causing Chemical Detected

    Oct 22, 2019

    The pharmaceutical company Sanofi announced today that it’s undertaking a voluntary recall of Zantac due to concerns about a potential cancer-causing chemical.     Read the full article at HealthLine.com: HEALTHLINE.COM/HEALTH-NEWS/FDA-WARNS-ZANTAC-MAY-HAVE-CARCINOGEN

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    The Changing Landscape of Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

    Oct 16, 2019

    In the first quarter of 2019, two new Multiple Sclerosis (MS) medications were approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and there are many more on the horizon for approval. MS is a complicated disease that impacts approximately 1 million people in the U.S. and affects every patient differently. It attacks the central nervous

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    Ten Fitness Tips to Take You from Good to Great

    Jul 23, 2019

    There are hundreds – if not thousands – of different exercise programs and regimes out there that all claim to be the best. There are even more “miracle diets” advertised. It can be confusing trying to decide which are fads and which actually work. However, one thing is crystal clear: if you’ve been following a

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    Treatment Developments Could Reduce Severity of Reactions for Peanut Allergy Sufferers.

    Jul 16, 2019

    In the United States, approximately 32 million people have food allergies, defined as an adverse health effect resulting from a specific immune response that occurs on exposure to a given food. The allergic reaction occurs because the immune system attacks the food proteins that are normally harmless. Reactions can vary from mild, such as rash

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    When Hives Don’t Go Away

    Jul 02, 2019

    For many, allergic reactions cause symptoms like a runny nose or watery eyes. Others experience hives, a common skin reaction involving red, itchy, rash-like marks. Hives usually go away on their own within a few days to a week. But for some, hives become a chronic, or long-term, issue. If you develop hives and they

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    Finding a Link Between Antihypertensive Drug Use and Dementia

    Jun 17, 2019

    Various clinical trials indicate what effects can be expected from standardized intervention programs on the basis of existing evidence. Little is known about the way in which such programs can be implemented in actual care practice. However, it may be possible to use data from clinical practice to estimate the potential of drug prescriptions to

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    Treatment for Rare Autoimmune Disorder Receives FDA Approval

    Dec 04, 2018

    “This FDA approval marks the arrival of a first-in-class therapy for a rare and devastating condition with limited treatment options,” Gary Ingenito, MD, PhD, chief medical officer and head of regulatory affairs at Catalyst, said in a statement.2 “We extend our deepest gratitude to the patients who participated in the Firdapse clinical trials and their families

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    FDA Gives OK to First New Flu Drug in 20 Years

    Dec 04, 2018

    For the first time in two decades, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new type of antiviral flu drug. The single oral dose of Xofluza (baloxavir marboxil) is for the treatment of uncomplicated flu in patients aged 12 and older who have had symptoms for no more than 48 hours. Read More

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    Can EpiPens Still Work After Freezing?

    Dec 04, 2018

    The epinephrine auto-injector can be lifesaving in cases of severe allergic reaction, and millions of Americans carry the devices. But what happens if your auto-injector freezes, will it still work? Is the medication still the same? Read More

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    Prescription 2

    May 17, 2018

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