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It's time to banish Big Pharma from antibiotic research, scientists argue

Following recent reports showing that antibiotic-resistant superbugs are on the rise, some scientists in the UK are pushing for a solution that could seem radical. They argue that the research and development of new pharmaceutical antibiotics should be taken out of hand and publicly funded worldwide. The premise of their argument that described in a Commentary published Tuesday in Lancet …

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What is a hemorrhoid and how can you get rid of it?

Hemorrhoids are one of the causes of rectal bleeding. (iStock) Dear Dr. Manny, I think I may have a hemorrhoid? But I am not sure. What is a hemorrhoid and what can I do about it? Is it like a pimple? Thank you for your question. Hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the rectal area. The walls of these …

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Doctors are taking opioid prescriptions away from a growing number of patients, as the report shows

Another study shows that patients are being cut off from prescription painkillers at "fast" rates that exceed the nationwide guidelines. Rejuvenation has doubled between 2008 and 2017. In response to the opioid crisis, the Ministry of Health and Human Services (HHS) published a Rejuvenation Directive in 2016, which, according to experts, had a disquieting effect on the entire chronic pain …

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Arthritis medications could prevent the fatal spread of breast cancer

T The study, funded largely by the charity Breast Cancer Now and published in the Nature Communications Journal, found that Anakinra is able to prevent the formation of secondary tumors in the bone through breast cancer. Only 14 years after treatment with Anakinra, 14% of the mice in the study developed secondary tumors in the bone, compared with 42% of …

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New drug against migraine promising in large-scale study

The drug Ubrogepant showed greater pain and symptom relief in migraine compared to placebo. More than 20% of respondents said the drug was painless within two hours and more than 34% alleviated most of the annoying symptoms associated with migraine, including sensitivity to light and noise . This is compared to 14% and 27% of the placebo, respectively. "Having Ubrogepant …

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Doctors warn against Odd Malady: & # 39; Feather Duvet Lung & # 39; s;

(News) – While American doctors are alerting to lung scarring caused by vaping, Scottish physicians warn of lung scarring due to … feather beds. A case study published on Monday in BMJ Case Reports describes a 43-year-old non-smoker who suffered from three months of "discomfort, fatigue and respiratory distress" before being diagnosed with the very real condition of a "feather …

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Chinese hunter catches bubonic plague after eating rabbit

A Chinese hunter in Mongolia became ill with bubonic plague after eating a rabbit he killed. A Chinese investigation reported by state-run media Xinhua revealed that the man had eaten the rabbit on November 5. A quarantine was conducted in the immediate vicinity of the infected to prevent the spread of the disease. The plague is an infection caused by …

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Meningitis: causes, symptoms and treatment

Meningitis is an infection of protective membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord and are called meninges. The disease is usually caused by a bacterial or viral infection. In rare cases, a fungus, parasite or amoeba can also cause meningitis. There are also noninfectious causes of meningitis, such as some cancers, lupus, head injuries, or brain surgery, according to …

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