Why Patients Are Struggling To Get Their Hands On First Alzheimer’s Drug
Experts say the rollout of the drug is affected by two factors: lack of insurance coverage and a long setup time with health systems.
Ozempic: 8 Celebrities Speak Out Amid Diabetes Drug’s Alleged Weight Loss Wonders
Here are the celebrities who have spoken out amid the commotion over the diabetes drug Ozempic.
Prescribing Medication Dosage According To DNA Profile Lowers Side Effects By 30%: Study
“The one-size-fits-all approach for prescribing medication is outdated,” Leiden University Medical Center said in a statement.
Scientists Develop Fentanyl Vaccine To Counter Addiction, Prevent Overdose Deaths
The team said this would be a “game changer” in addiction treatment.
Soon Bacteria Could Be Used As Pills In Place Of Injections
Study explores possibility of using the probiotic bacteria Lactobacillus reuteri as a novel oral drug delivery platform to treat rheumatoid arthritis in an animal model.
This Arthritis Drug Could Rejuvenate Blood In The Elderly, Delay Aging
The rejuvenating effect of the drug could offer several benefits to older adults.
This Cancer Drug Can Increase Longevity, Study Finds
"Aging is not only about lifespan but also about the quality of life," research fellow Dr. Chris Hedges said.
Beware Of Weight Loss Drugs; Doctors Warn Of Potential Negative Effects
Dr. Amanda Velazquez, Director of Obesity Medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, said that the weight loss effects of the medications stop after drug disuse.
Given One Year To Live, Man Becomes Cancer-Free Following Novel Immunotherapy Drug
“I asked my consultant to be honest and tell me how long I’d got if I carried on as I was, and she said 12 months,” Robert Glynn said.
Common Chemotherapy Drug Can Pass On Its Toxic Effects To Offspring: Study
The research led by Washington State University (WSU) is the first one to find that the susceptibility to disease due to cancer treatment can be inherited down to the third generation of unexposed...
These Popular Dietary Supplements Do Not Lower 'Bad' Cholesterol: Study
“Unfortunately, many U.S. consumers believe cholesterol health supplements are safer than prescription medications and believe supplements are as effective, or more effective than statins,” study’s...
Common Surgery Sedative Taken At The Wrong Time Can Increase Risk Of Heart Damage
Besides being ineffective, taking some drugs at the wrong time can also prove to be dangerous.