May 22, 2018 Payers, physicians and health economists highlighted the importance of biosimilars in improving early access for patients to biological treatment At the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) 23rd Annual International Meeting in Baltimore, Celltrion Healthcare today advocated for healthcare systems to introduce biologics earlier in a patient’s treatment regimen in […]Continue Reading ...
This Feb. 19, 2013 file photo shows OxyContin pills arranged for a photo at a pharmacy in Montpelier, Vt. The maker of the powerful painkiller said it will stop marketing opioid drugs to doctors, a surprise reversal after lawsuits blaming the company for helping trigger the current drug abuse epidemic. OxyContin has long been the […]Continue Reading ...
March 2, 2018 In a new study, researchers at Lawson Health Research Institute (Lawson), Western University and the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) have found that specialized programs for early psychosis can substantially reduce patient mortality. Published online today in The American Journal of Psychiatry, the study examined health administrative data for patients treated […]Continue Reading ...
Action Points Note that this study was published as an abstract and presented at a conference. These data and conclusions should be considered to be preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed journal. SAN DIEGO — Following the therapeutic model of psoriasis, treatment for atopic dermatitis (AD) increasingly focuses on identifying and targeting specific molecules involved […]Continue Reading ...
NORTH CHICAGO, Ill., Feb. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — AbbVie (NYSE: ABBV), a global research and development-based biopharmaceutical company, today announced new results from the double-blinded extension phase of the Phase 2 CELEST study, showing that many patients treated with upadacitinib who achieved clinical response after the 16-week induction phase maintained their response to treatment after […]Continue Reading ...
By Dr Ananya Mandal, MDFebruary 27, 2018 According to a new study, the rates of obesity among kids in the United States did not decrease for any age group and continued to rise among many subgroups. This new study has shown that overall the numbers have not fallen between 1999 and 2016 as hoped for. […]Continue Reading ...
WEDNESDAY, Feb. 21, 2018 — Older women don’t have to hit the gym to stay healthy, because a stair-climbing workout appears to do the trick, researchers report. Finding the right type of exercise can be difficult for postmenopausal women, according to the North American Menopause Society. For example, high-intensity resistance training reduces age-related muscle loss, […]Continue Reading ...
This Tuesday, April 3, 2018 photo shows a closeup of a beam scale in New York. New research released on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 suggests there’s a critical window for overweight kids to get to a healthy level. Those who shed their extra pounds by age 13 had the same risk of developing diabetes in […]Continue Reading ...
March 2, 2018 Engineering researchers at the University of Arkansas have moved closer to developing an alternative method of detecting and possibly treating breast cancer. The researchers, led by Magda El-Shenawee, professor of electrical engineering, work with pulsed, terahertz imaging, a type of electromagnetic radiation technology previously used to find land mines. They adapted the […]Continue Reading ...
By Dr Ananya Mandal, MDMarch 2, 2018 According to a new study, what we suspected is true – the nose does look too big in a selfie and it is not imagination! The study says that the nose looks up to 30 percent bigger in a selfie or a self-photograph. The results of the study […]Continue Reading ...
February 27, 2018 Health authorities will need to focus on more than eating habits if they are going to combat the obesity epidemic. A study led by the University of Waterloo found it’s generally a combination of unhealthy behaviors among youth that could be the greatest predictors of whether or not young people will experience […]Continue Reading ...
February 27, 2018 Researchers at National Jewish Health have discovered a cause of the dry, inflamed and itchy skin that plagues eczema patients. A team led by Donald Leung, MD, PhD, has shown that an immune system skewed toward allergy alters the lipids in the skin. The altered lipids allow the skin to crack, water […]Continue Reading ...
February 27, 2018 An international team of researchers has developed a computational resource that provides a 3D view of genes, proteins and metabolites involved in human metabolism. Researchers used the tool to map disease-related mutations on proteins and also probed how genes and proteins change in response to certain drugs. The work provides a better […]Continue Reading ...
Action Points Note that this analysis of an administrative database suggests that maternal vaccination during pregnancy does not increase the risk of insane mortality. Be aware that this was not a randomized study. Vaccination may be a proxy for other healthful behaviors. There was no association between pregnant mothers who received the influenza or tetanus […]Continue Reading ...
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