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Dr. Gregory Brammer -- Brings Awareness to the New Diabetes Drug INVOKANA

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - December 16, 2015) - Expert Emergency Medicine Specialist and Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, Dr. Gregory Brammer has recently brought awareness to ... read more

What's in Store for Bristol Myers Squibb at Dapagliflozin FDA Hearing

In only one case was the hepatic toxicity described as probably drug related. The FDA wants to know if the experts feel that this one ... asked to discuss the clinical relevance of genital/ urinary tr... read more

Vaccine against cancer

Since boys are part of the health equation, the question is whether to give the vaccine to the boys of the same age, in order to completely break the cycle of HPV infection ... drug. The vaccine also ... read more

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Rare 'Superbug' Strikes Maryland Patient: CDC

Surgical patients, those who have used catheters, and patients with diabetes are particularly at risk. The infection ... drugs can pave the way for fungus to flourish. Candida auris grows as yeast, an... read more


Triumph of digital toxicology: why the US won't regulate deadly chemicals

It has also shaped an entire field of science-regulatory toxicology - to downplay ... cancer, diabetes, obesity, infertility, and neurological problems like attention disorders and lowered IQ. The hea... read more

Why the United States Leaves Deadly Chemicals on the Market

Those decisions will profoundly affect public health: the rates at which we suffer cancer, diabetes, obesity, infertility, and neurological problems like attention disorders and lowered IQ. The link f... read more

Spinal-cord stimulators help some patients, injure others

But the stimulators — devices that use electrical currents to block pain signals before they reach the brain — are more dangerous than many patients ... device injury reports to the U.S. Food and Drug ... read more

High Dose of Yeast Infection Drug Linked to Birth Defects, FDA Says

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 3, 2011 (HealthDay News) -- Pregnant women who take ongoing, high doses of the drug fluconazole ... yeast infection. One expert agreed that the move shouldn't affect most women. "Diflu... read more

Infections cause one in six cancer cases

One in six cancer cases worldwide ... immunosuppressant drugs so their bodies don't reject the donated organs. There were big differences in the study between types of cancers that infected women and ... read more

HPV Vaccine Not Linked to Promiscuity in Girls

Oct. 15, 2012 -- Getting the HPV vaccine is not linked to signs of increased sexual activity in preteen girls, a new study shows. Genital HPV, or human papillomavirus, is a sexually transmitted infect... read more

Dr. Gregory Brammer -- Brings Awareness to the New Diabetes Drug INVOKANA

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - December 16, 2015) - Expert Emergency Medicine Specialist and Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, Dr. Gregory Brammer has recently brought awareness to ... read more



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