Free drug samples for doctors may end up costing patients a lot: Study
Free drug samples may be pushing doctors to prescribe expensive medications over cheaper generic options, study finds. The result can be higher costs for both patients and health insurers. (Photo : Wikimedia, Creative Commons). A patient given a free ...
Free drug samples for doctors make medication costlier for patients
Free prescription drug samples ultimately more expensive to consumers
Dermatologists' access to drug samples led to costlier prescriptions for acne ...
FDA green lights new drug to treat people with hay fever
Hay fever is a condition that causes cold-like signs and symptoms, such as a runny nose, itchy eyes, congestion, sneezing and sinus pressure. The State Column, Rina Shah | April 19, 2014. Tweet. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced its ...
FDA Approves Ragwitek For Hay Fever Treatment
Relief for Millions Suffering From Hay Fever as Ragwitek Approved by FDA
FDA Approves Ragwitek Pill for Hay Fever
Design & Trend
Gastric Bypass Surgery Leads To Changes In Smell and Taste, Says Study
Design & Trend
Researchers have found the surgery can lead to different taste and smell perceptions, as well as appetite changes in those who have undergone the procedure. (Photo : REUTERS). Many patients are reporting changes in appetite, taste and smell after ...
Weight loss surgery changes the way people taste and smell food
Weight loss surgery impacts taste buds, smell
Taste Buds Take a Toll after Weight Loss Surgery
Headlines & Global News
FRIDAY, April 18, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Allison Bennett of Palm City, Fla., plans to swish daily. Sloshing coconut oil around her mouth for a quarter of an hour every day will make her teeth whiter, she believes. Like Bennett, plenty of consumers are ...
Eastern Indian Practice of "Oil Swishing" Trending in U.S.
Craze of Oil Swishing Hits the US
'Oil Swishing'; Is Controversial Oral Hygiene Technique Really A Miracle Cure ...
'He's gone forever': A Somerville family looks back on years of addiction
Wicked Local Ashland
By Monica Jimenez. email@example.com. This article is the second in a series about heroin addiction in Somerville. The story of Alex Foster's addiction had no clear beginning and went on for years. Its ending was abrupt. It was 12:30 a.m. Jan. 9 when ...
Stem cell research fuels more debate on cloning
A study published this week has reawakened debate over the government's need to regulate human cloning. In a paper in the journal Cell Stem Cell, researchers took the nucleus of skin cells from 35 and 75 year old men, and produced cloned human ...
Hello, Clone: Scientists grow stem cells from adults using cloning techniques
Researchers Clone Stem Cells From Human Adults
Scientists use cloning to make stem cells matched to two adults
Diabetes-related complications have declined, CDC say
Medical News Today
Diabetes can cause serious health outcomes, such as heart attack, stroke and kidney failure. But new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that five major complications related to diabetes have declined in the US during the ...
The Psychological Toll Of Childhood Bullying Can Persist For Decades
A new study in the American Journal of Psychiatry finds what others had hinted at but not quite arrived at: That the effects of childhood bullying can last not only through adolescence and young adulthood, but also through middle age. Earlier studies had ...
Mental And Physical Toll Of Bullying Persists For Decades
Bullying affects health and wealth even after 40 years
Childhood bullying could lead to depression in adulthood: study
$14M awarded in lawsuit linking pill to stroke
CHICAGO (AP) — A jury has awarded $14 million to a suburban Chicago woman who said in a lawsuit that she suffered a debilitating stroke after taking the birth control drug Yasmin. Lawyers for Mariola Zapalski say the stroke occurred 13 days after she ...
$14M awarded in suit linking contraceptive, stroke
$100 to register for medical marijuana under state rules
The cost to patients registering to use medical marijuana will be less than what state officials had first suggested, according to rules posted Friday by state agencies that will oversee implementation of the Illinois Medical Cannabis Pilot Program. But those ...
Proposed rules for compassionate use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program Act filed
Gun ban for medical pot users dropped from Illinois proposal
New Rules Released for Medical Marijuana in Illinois