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Maryland Governor recognizes NEAM with purple lights

Bowie, Maryland, November 22, 2022 – Today, Governor Larry Hogan will light up the Governor’s House in purple not only to mark National Epilepsy Awareness Month, but also to celebrate the passing of Brynleigh Act (Senate Bill 299) and Bill’s namesake, Brynleigh Shillinger. Brynleigh, who suffers from epilepsy and a …

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CBD emerges as a meaningful therapy for epilepsy, but considerable questions remain

Investigators still don’t fully understand how cannabidiol (CBD) works in patients with seizures, according to a new review. Cannabidiol (CBD) may be a meaningful therapy for children and adults with certain types of seizure disorders, but there remain a series of important questions related to how the drug works and …

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COVID-19 increases the risk of seizures and epilepsy

November 18, 2022 – Nearly one in 100 people infected with COVID-19 developed epilepsy or seizures within 6 months of becoming ill, according to a new study. The risk is highest in children and in those who have not been hospitalized for treatment for COVID-19. “Although the overall risk of …

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Charlotte Studham, daughter of Geelong, dies after being diagnosed with epilepsy while creating GoFundMe

A young girl who died suddenly in her sleep after suffering from epilepsy for years, including up to 80 seizures a day, has been remembered for her “wicked sense of humour”. Charlotte Ivy Studham, from Geelong, south-west Melbourne, died days before her 14th birthday on November 3 from suspected sudden …

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The price of drugs for atrial fibrillation begins to climb

Dear Dr. Roach: My husband takes Eliquis for atrial fibrillation (AFib). The cost increases and there is no generic brand for Eliquis. Looking at drug websites, I found other drugs that are blood thinners: Xarelto, Heparin, and Warfarin are a few. Is there a generic brand you would recommend that …

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NATO chief says no missile indicates missile in Poland was deliberate

Live NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the explosion in eastern Poland that killed two people was likely caused by a Ukrainian air defense missile, but that Russia was responsible in last resort because it triggered the war in Ukraine. His speech followed an emergency meeting to respond to a …

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Priest and teenager walk away unscathed after freak accident in Milford: ‘A real miracle’

MILFORD, Ohio (WXIX) – A teenager has miraculously walked away from an accident at a church in Milford where his car drove over a priest. Brandon Varner, 17, was the driver around 9 a.m. on the first Sunday in October. His SUV drove through a yard, slammed into a concrete …

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Kerry man will swim at sea every day in honor of his son with rare epilepsy syndrome

Freddie, the son of Tralee man John Verling, was born with Dravet Syndrome, an epilepsy syndrome that causes developmental delays and many other disabilities. Freddie, the son of Tralee man John Verling, was born with Dravet Syndrome, an epilepsy syndrome that causes developmental delays and many other disabilities. There is …

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India: India-EU trade pact: next round of negotiations from the end of November

The next round of talks between India and the European Union (EU) on a draft free trade agreement, which aims to boost trade and investment between the two regions, is expected to start at the end of this month. , said an official. India and the EU formally resumed negotiations …

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Psychedelic treatment: Woman writes heartbreaking letter to PM

A heartbroken woman has sent a letter to Anthony Albanese pleading with the government to take further action to legalize alternative treatments for depression after her husband took his own life. The woman, who only used Vanessa’s name, said her husband Franco had exhausted the list of drugs available to …

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Edinburgh mum urges UK government to help fund high costs of medicinal cannabis for children with epilepsy

An Edinburgh mum, who has campaigned for years for cannabis oils to be prescribed by the NHS, has met politicians in London to raise money for families paying for expensive ‘life-changing’ drugs for treat epilepsy. Karen Gray, whose 10-year-old son Murray suffers from a rare form of epilepsy, has paid …

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Regulator recognizes Imfinzi indication for bile duct cancer

A new treatment method developed by domestic researchers and improved overall survival (OS) of biliary tract cancer patients in the primary treatment stage have won approval from the government regulatory body. On Thursday, the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety approved the combination therapy of Imfinzi …

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The clock timing behind epileptic seizures explored

For many who suffer from epilepsy, seizures happen like clockwork. But everyone has a different clock. A new study co-led by researchers at Rice University and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) sought to formalize how these clocks work to give people with epilepsy a better sense of how …

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The shortage of medicines for children could last all winter

Breadcrumb Links Toronto and the GTA Post-pandemic Ontario New Canada “When do you call this an emergency?” : Kyro Maseh, Owner, Lawlor Pharmacy Publication date : November 08, 2022 • 15 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation Kyro Maseh, a registered pharmacist, is the owner of …

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Varadkar says there is no indication the tech giants will close Irish offices

Leo Varadkar said the government has asked IDA Ireland and Enterprise Ireland to step up their engagement with major tech employers in Ireland. Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, TD, said there was no indication that big tech companies were planning to shut down their Irish operations altogether. Varadkar released the statement after …

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Pfizer’s antiviral drug Paxlovid reduces long-term COVID risk: study

Pfizer Inc.’s blockbuster antiviral drug Paxlovid that reduces rates of illness and death in people infected with the coronavirus also reduces the risk of certain long COVID disabling symptoms, a study has found. Taking the drug by mouth within five days of testing positive for SARS-CoV-2 infection was linked to …

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Ivan Toney was investigated by the FA over historic gambling allegations for SEVEN MONTHS

EXCLUSIVE: World Cup hopeful Ivan Toney has been investigated by the FA over historic gambling allegations for SEVEN MONTHS without reaching a conclusion… but there is no indication the Brentford star has never bet against his team Ivan Toney under FA investigation over historic gambling allegations The Brentford man has …

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Treatment of symptoms and all about the brain disorder that Fatima Sana Shaikh talks about

Fatima Sana Shaikh is raising awareness with her latest article on a neurological condition called epilepsy. Know what this brain disorder is, its symptoms, treatment and much more. Epilepsy: symptoms, treatment and all about the brain disorder Fatima Sana Shaikh talks about (Source: Freepik) Fatima Sana Shaikh is currently creating …

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neurology today

According to a study published on November 2 in Neurology suggests. “Our work amplifies the findings of three previous reports of influenza-associated death cases in SCN1A-DS, and [it] highlights how susceptible patients with SCN1A-DS are to the life-threatening sequelae of influenza infection,” wrote lead author Katherine B. Howell, PhD, of …

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Supply chain disruptions forced 60% of rheumatologists to replace drugs

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FDA approves new indication for Vemlidy

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the Supplemental New Drug Application (sNDA) for Vemlidy (tenofovir alafenamide) 25 mg tablets as a once-daily treatment for chronic HIV infection. hepatitis B (HBV) in pediatric patients aged 12 years and elderly with compensated liver disease. Developed and marketed by …

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FDA warns Amazon and Walmart against selling mislabeled drugs — Pain News Network

“Failure to adequately address this matter may result in legal action, including, but not limited to, seizure and/or injunction. Please submit a written response to this letter within fifteen business days from the date of receipt, explaining the specific steps you have taken to remedy any violation,” the FDA letter …

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PODCAST: THRIVE Part 17: Gauteng woman with epilepsy shares her story – SABC News

A Gauteng woman, Linda Dias Menezes, was diagnosed with epilepsy in 1999 at the age of 13. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), epilepsy is a chronic, non-communicable disease of the brain that affects approximately 50 million people worldwide. It is characterized by recurrent seizures, which are brief episodes …

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What Russia’s “Dirty Bomb” Nuclear Rhetoric Means

Russian rhetoric on the use of nuclear weapons was full of seemingly mixed signals last week. First, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu called around its Western counterparts, claiming that Ukraine is preparing to use a radioactive “dirty bomb” – which is not a nuclear weapon per se, but which could possibly …

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People are urged to get a COVID-19 reminder

The Department of Health and Social Care is urging those eligible to receive their COVID-19 booster shot this winter. Anyone over the age of 50 will be offered the COVID booster shot, as well as anyone aged 5 to 49 in a clinical risk group, including people with epilepsy. This …

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Miracle Diabetes Curing Diet Nets Biggest Deal in Shark Tank History!

() – It was the most watched episode in Shark Tank history when sisters Anna and Samantha Martin won the Shark Tank panel Anna and Samantha Martin, sisters and chemists from MIT, landed the biggest deal in Shark Tank history as the 6 Sharks teamed up to launch the company …

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BOJ meeting Friday October 28 preview – ‘no strong indication that change is imminent’

Extract on the Bank of Japan meeting and the outlook for the yen. It’s via the folks at eFX. For bank trade ideas, discover eFX Plus. For a limited time, get a 7-day free trial, basic for $79 per month and premium for $109 per month. Get it here. Credit …

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Full Spectrum Brain Stimulation | CBD Project

In 2013, mainstream media began reporting on the promise of aCBD strains like Charlotte’s Web (named after a five-year-old girl whose grand mal seizures were dramatically reduced with cannabis oil) to treat seemingly intractable epileptic seizures in children. By garnering public support for greater access to medical cannabis among families …

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Huge Growth of Dravet Syndrome Treatment Market in the Future Scope 2022-2028 | pygenix Therapeutic, Ovid Therapeutics, GW Pharmaceuticals, Zogenix

Dravet syndrome (DS), also known as polymorphic epilepsy and polymorphic epilepsy of infancy (PME), is a serious and rare inherited brain dysfunction (epileptic encephalopathy). It normally begins in the first year of life and lasts for the rest of life. Seizures in children with Dravet syndrome include myoclonic seizures, tonic-clonic …

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🌱 Power Ball Ideas + Boise School Openings + Medicine Lockers

Hello everyone! I’m back with your new copy of the Boise Daily, fresh from the presses. Come and find out everything you need to know about what’s happening in town these days. Today we have these stories and more: Your ballot includes a question asking your opinion on how taxpayers’ …

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Pantheon Resources PLC says Alaska well shows ‘promising indications’ of reservoir performance

Pantheon Resources PLC (AIM:PANR, OTC:PTHRF) told investors that the Alkaid-2 well in Alaska has shown promising indications of reservoir performance as it remains in the early stage of cleanup, ahead of production testing. Oil was produced from the well with a strong backflow of frac fluid – measured in thousands …

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Toxic Dog Foods: Dr. Katrina Warren on Halloween Trick or Treat Dangers for Dogs and Puppies

This is howl-oween! As families prepare to celebrate the culmination of spooky season with a trick or treat – a activity that has gained popularity in Australia – there are some things families with fur babies need to keep in mind. With toddlers (and, let’s be real, parents too) indulging …

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Man punches dad and pulls him out of wheelchair in fight over drugs

ODESSA, Texas (KMID/KPEJ) – An Odessa man is behind bars after investigators say he allegedly assaulted his father in a wheelchair during an argument over prescription drugs. Santiago Enriquez, 19, was charged with two counts of assault and one count of injuring a disabled person. According to an affidavit, on …

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FDA approves upadacitinib for non-radiographic active axial spondylitis

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved upadacitinib (RINVOQ) 15 mg orally once daily for the treatment of adults with difficult-to-treat conditions. non-radiographic active axial spondyloarthritis (nr-axSpA). The indication granted to AbbVie makes the JAK inhibitor the first in its class of drugs approved for both nr-axSpA and …

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More Americans Smuggle Fentanyl Into US, Politicians Blame Migrants

Fentanyl smuggling is funded by US consumers, and drug cartels continue to hijack US citizens and hire US citizens to smuggle drugs across the border, according to research by the CATO Institute. “We tried that with heroin, we tried that with marijuana and nothing changed,” said David Bier of the …

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EEG, MRI alone are not enough to diagnose CLN2 disease

Although electroencephalogram (EEG) and MRI results can detect early signs of ceroid lipofuscinosis type 2 (CLN2) disease, they cannot independently diagnose the disease, according to a panel of specialists from disease. For early diagnosis, the committee recommends that genetic testing be initiated soon after the onset of early clinical and …

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Indonesia discovers drugs with ingredients linked to fatal kidney damage in children

JAKARTA, Oct 20 (Reuters) – Some medicinal syrups available in Indonesia contain ingredients linked to fatal acute kidney injury (ARI) in children, its health minister said on Thursday as he investigated a spike in cases and 99 child deaths this year. Indonesia has temporarily banned the sale of all syrup …

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Global Infectious Disease Partnerships Report 2022: Access to 2,900 agreements and contractual documents

company logo Dublin, Oct. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Partnership Against Infectious Diseases 2015-2022: Agreement Trends, Players and Financials” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The Global Infectious Diseases Partnering 2015-2022 report provides comprehensive access to available agreements and contractual documents for over 2,900 infectious disease …

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Angiotensin receptor blocker therapy associated with decreased incidence of epilepsy

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Rittenhouse v. Tackett v. Henry for Clark County Commission seat

Education: Wright State University – Bachelor of Arts – Urban Studies; Clark State Community College – Landscaping Current job: Reading Tutor – Springfield City School District – Fulton Elementary School Why are you seeking an elective mandate: To serve all citizens of Clark County, provide a balance between county and …

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How to get the morning after pill or abortion medicine

(NerdWallet) – Would you be able to quickly get an emergency contraceptive pill or an abortion pill if the need arose? Following the United States Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, millions of health care consumers have pondered this question. Much depends on your access to reproductive care, …

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EARLY INDICATIONS: Ruimy is named mayor of Maple Ridge, defeating Morden

It’s based on preliminary numbers, but it looks like Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows both have new mayors as they approach their next four-year term. The current mayor of Pitt Meadows has retired, and outgoing Councilor Nicole MacDonald was the only one to put her name forward to take the …

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Ronaldo remembers his crisis before the 98 World Cup final

Ronaldo Nazário has a busy schedule at the best of times and even more so when he also has a new documentary to promote. But the Brazilian legend was happy to sit down with AS for a few minutes talk about E classic, the World Cup, Vinicius, Benzema and the …

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Pushing the boundaries of biology – The Source

When Josh Mandel-Brehm, AB ’05, was at WashU, there were two main paths a biology major could take: “You go on to get a doctorate or become a doctor,” he says. At that time, biotechnology as an industry and job generator was still in its infancy, but it has come …

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Global Acne Drug Market Report 2021-2022 and 2030 with Almirall, Bausch, Galderma, Mayne Pharma, GlaxoSmithKline, Mylan, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Sun Pharma and Teva

DUBLIN, October 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The report “Acne Drugs Market by Therapeutic Class, Formulation, Type, Acne Type and Distribution Channel: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2022-2030” has been added. at from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Research and Markets Logo With an estimated value of over $10.08 billion in 2021, the …

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Karnataka Hijab Ban: SC

Hijab ban in Karnataka: The Supreme Court’s split verdict on the petitions filed against the hijab ban in Karnataka also reflects the realities of our society. There has been an ongoing debate over whether or not faith should be practiced in public. Many believe that religion and religious practices should …

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Variegated porphyria reported in girl with multiple underlying conditions

A report describes a case of variegate porphyria, a type of acute porphyria, in a 9-year-old girl who had several underlying medical conditions, including a severe form of epilepsy. The researchers noted that while variegata porphyria is not commonly seen in children, when it is, it is “associated with more …

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Annual Purple Day fundraising event raises hundreds of dollars for Epilepsy Action

AN annual fundraising day that not only raises funds but also raises awareness has been called a success. On September 15, Purple Day raised a total of £685 for the charity Epilepsy Action. The charity supports people with epilepsy and their loved ones and undertakes important research. The event hosted …

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Flavored Veterinary Drugs Market SWOT Analysis, Market Development Overview 2022-2030

Pune, Maharashtra, October 11 2022 (Wiredrelease) Market.Biz –:Flavored Veterinary Drugs Market Trends Shaping Industry Till 2030 The flavored veterinary drug industry has witnessed phenomenal growth over the past few years and the outlook for 2022 is positive. The industry is expected to reach trillions in the next few years. The …

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Global Freeze-Dried Injectables Market to Hit $4 Billion by

Dublin, Oct. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Lyophilized Injectables Market Forecast to 2028 – Impact of COVID-19 and Global Analysis by Packaging Type, Delivery Type, Indication and End User” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Global Lyophilized Injectables Market is expected to reach US$4,001.27 million by 2028 …

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Scientists use genetically modified sheep to treat childhood brain disease

“The effect on families is devastating,” said The Guardian Professor Jonathan Cooper of Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis, one of the project’s leaders. The work began with a collaboration with researchers from Collaborations Pharmaceuticals who discovered that mice affected by a form of Batten disease known as …

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John Magruder – Dominion Post

Dr. John Lawson Magruder, most beloved husband and doting father, has been confirmed to have passed away at Coopers Rock State Forest last summer. John is survived by his wife, Dr. Kathryn Kasicky and their children, Benjamin James (6) and Lillian Grace (10); parents, James and Abby Magruder of Hudson …

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Never Take These Common Medications With Coffee — Better Life

Many of us believe that coffee has a very specific benefit: giving us a much-needed boost of energy in the morning. But studies show there are plenty of reasons to embrace a daily cup (or more) of Joe. Drinking two cups a day has been shown to reduce the risk …

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New Australian research links two conditions to early indication of dementia

A new study from Australia has found two early indicators that a person could develop dementia long before any noticeable symptoms appear. Research from Monash University has indicated that a combination of poor gait and poor grip could indicate a higher risk of dementia. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Inside the …

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Police to limit roadblocks in Mississippi capital after trial

JACKSON, Mississippi — Police in the Mississippi capital have agreed to remove aggressive roadblocks in response to a lawsuit that said Jackson’s officers violated people’s constitutional right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure. A settlement was reached Wednesday in the federal class action lawsuit the Mississippi Center for …

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Future Innovation of Epilepsy Monitoring Devices Market

Epilepsy Monitoring Devices Market Epilepsy Monitoring Devices Market Outlook 2031 Global epilepsy monitoring devices market was valued at US$475.6 million in 2021The global market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.6% from 2022 to 2031The Global Epilepsy Monitoring Devices Market is Expected to Reach Over US$737 Million by …

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Shortage of drugs for children: Conservatives call for federal action

Conservatives are calling on the federal government to allow the importation and sale of foreign-language-labeled versions of the same over-the-counter pediatric painkiller formulations, in response to an ongoing nationwide shortage. In a letter to Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos, Tory MPs suggested the move as a way to allay parents’ concerns …

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Transcenta Receives IND Clearance from the FDA for its Best-in-Class MASP2 Targeting Antibody TST004 for the Treatment of IgA Nephropathy

SUZHOU, China, Oct. 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Transcenta Holding Limited (“Transcenta”) (HKEX: 06628), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company with fully integrated capabilities in the discovery, research, development and manufacturing of antibody-based therapeutics, announces that TST004, its best-in-class target of humanized MASP2 monoclonal antibodies, received IND clearance from US Food and Drug …

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Study of using tracking technology to predict seizure patterns

A new study will use long-term seizure tracking technology to monitor and potentially predict epileptic seizure trends using continuous collection of brain activity data in people with drug-resistant epilepsy. Epilepsy can significantly affect a person’s daily life and a third of people with epilepsy cannot be managed with medication. The …

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IISc researchers develop an algorithm to detect seizures and the onset of epilepsy

A new algorithm can now help identify the type and occurrence of epilepsy, thanks to researchers from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and AIIMS Rishikesh. According to the press release, this new breakthrough is expected to play a vital role in efficient and automated screening and diagnosis of the …

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Jaipur-based startup behind a mobile app that improves medication adherence among patients

When a doctor prescribes a medication for you, the timings and length of doses can be a bit confusing, especially if you’ve lost the prescription or accidentally forgotten to take a pill. These are some of the most common causes of poor adherence that could have dramatic side effects if …

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Intel’s Mobileye offer is the first indication of a thaw in the tech IPO market.

Despite the fact that the new issue market has all but collapsed, Mobileye, the standalone company of Intel Corp. The tech IPO market is currently experiencing its worst dry spell in nearly two decades. According to data from Dealogic, listings in the United States have raised just over $7 billion …

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How to Prevent Gestational Diabetes – Cleveland Clinic

When you’re pregnant, you get used to urinating in cups, like every prenatal checkup. One thing your doctor monitors is glucose (sugar). It may be normal for some to appear in your urine, but if they appear repeatedly or in large amounts, you may have high blood sugar during pregnancy, …

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R. Kelly ordered to pay $300,000 for therapy and medication for victims

Photo Credit: Andrew Steinmetz / CC by 2.0 A federal judge has ordered R. Kelly to pay $300,000 in restitution for herpes therapy and medication for some of his victims. After his double conviction this year for sex crimes, R. Kelly will have to pay at least $300,000 in restitution …

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Prostate biopsy procedure: what you need to know

If your doctor suspects you have prostate cancer, they may advise you to have a prostate biopsy. A biopsy is a standard cancer screening test that involves the careful removal of small samples of tissue, which are then examined in the laboratory to determine whether they contain cancer cells or …

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US sees spike in drug seizures amid ‘Halloween fentanyl’ scare

In recent weeks, the “rainbow fentanyl” has hit American communities hard. On August 30, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) issued a warning “advising the public of an alarming emerging trend of colored fentanyl available in the United States.” The DEA went on to describe it as “a new method used …

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Pfizer launches patient assistance app to improve affordability and access to medicines

Launch of IUdo app helps patients on support programs by providing greater accessibility to Pfizer medications through a digitized patient journey Currently, the IUdo app is available to eligible patients who are part of Pfizer’s patient support programs in Qatar and will be rolling out to other emerging market countries …

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Neurotrophic Keratopathy Treatment Protocol Submitted to FDA

The protocol for a second phase 3 clinical trial for a treatment of neurotrophic keratopathy (NK) – a degenerative disease of the corneal epithelium resulting from impaired corneal innervation, has been submitted. RegeneRx Biopharmaceuticals announced that its U.S. joint venture partner and licensee, HLB Therapeutics, together called ReGenTree, submitted the …

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Small-molecule drug could offer breakthrough treatment for cancerous brain tumors

A new type of small-molecule drug, the first to target circadian clock proteins as a way to treat glioblastoma, is currently in phase 1 clinical trials. Credit: Issey Takahashi Identifying a small-molecule drug that can target circadian clock proteins in the brain could prove effective in treating glioblastoma, the most …

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Seer Medical Receives 510(K) Clearance from FDA for Ambulatory Epilepsy Monitoring Technology

Seer Home: making reference video-EEG monitoring available at home. “Now, with FDA clearance, Seer will be able to offer a new path to better health for Americans with epilepsy – one that doesn’t require hospital stays and that will give doctors the data they need to more accurately diagnose epilepsy …

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Fall returns to the Ozarks on Sunday and next week

Happy Saturday night to all of you. While much of Missouri remained dry throughout our Saturday afternoon, we had scattered showers in parts of northern Arkansas during the day. Once we arrived in the late afternoon and early evening, we had isolated and powerful showers and thunderstorms in areas east …

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Community event draws crowds for free over-the-counter drugs

Open your medicine cabinet and you’ll find items that many take for granted, but for others these common over-the-counter medications are just too expensive. Journalist: adam owenPhotographer: Josie Zimmerweb editor: Cory DinkelJob 11:04 p.m. Yesterday — Updated 11:06 p.m. Yesterday open your medicine cabinet and you will find items that …

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McCafferty says goodbye as police chief | News, Sports, Jobs

Linda Harris CELEBRATION — Former Police Chief Bill McCafferty accepts a plaque celebrating his 33 years of service in Steubenville. McCaffery, who retired earlier this month, was sworn in as a patrolman in 1989, served as acting chief in 2001 and was sworn in as chief in …

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Dixie from Newark shares the story of Roald Dahl’s nurses through her Going Solo fundraising efforts

Seven-year-old Dixie has walked more than 200,000 steps to help fund more children’s nurses in the NHS, after suffering a severe crisis earlier this year. Dixie, from Newark, had her first seizure in April 2022. She has since been supported by specialist nurse Roald Dahl Kirsten Johnson at Sherwood Forest …

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After student’s death, Los Angeles schools offer overdose antidote

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Unified School District will provide all of its schools with a drug capable of reversing opioid overdoses, after at least seven teenagers overdosed on pills likely laced with fentanyl in recent years. weeks, including a 15-year-old girl who died on a high school …

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Marinus Pharmaceuticals Stock: Positive News Stream Worth Noting (NASDAQ:MRNS)

Ralwel/iStock via Getty Images Humility means accepting reality without trying to outsmart it. -David Richo During our last visit to Marinus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRNS) in May, we recommended it for a small covered call position. It seems to have been a cautious call at this point, as the stock …

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Flashing lights in the eyes: symptoms, causes and treatment

After noticing some flashes in your eyes, you’re a little worried and wondering what it could be. These flashes, also called photopsycan be a symptom of different conditions, including retinal detachment, where the light-sensitive retina detaches from the back of the eye, or a retinal tear. While an occasional flash …

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TikTok removes posts promoting weight loss aids for kids | ICT Tac

TikTok has removed posts promoting migraine and epilepsy drugs to under-18s as weight loss aids after criticism that harboring them is a health hazard for young people. The social media platform, which is popular among teenagers, took action after a Pharmaceutical Journal investigation found users were being offered prescription drugs …

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Judge orders shooter Robert Dear to be forcibly medicated

In November 2015, a gunman drove to a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood and opened fire before bursting into the facility and continuing to shoot. Three people were killed and nine were injured. Robert Lewis Cher Jr., the man charged with the attack, reportedly mumbled “no more baby parts” during his …

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Novartis Considers U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Validity of Patent on Gilenya® (fingolimod) Dosing Regimen

Novartis Pharmaceuticals AG Ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53LR Basel, September 21, 2022 — Today, Novartis announced that the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) has denied its motion to rehear the negative determination regarding the validity of U.S. Patent No. 9,187,405, covering a dosage …

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29-year-old man rapes 13-year-old girl with epilepsy

In Saclepea, Nimba County, police are investigating a 29-year-old man, identified as Melvin Saye Moses, for the alleged rape of a 13-year-old girl. The rape incident, according to reports, occurred in Karyee Town, Yarwin Mensonnoh Statutory District, Nimba County. The rape victim suffered from epilepsy. According to the World Health …

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Lower Price on Eliquis for DVT Prevention at Canada Drugs

VICTORIA, British Columbia, Sept. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Major health risks from blood clots traveling through arteries and into the heart, lungs, brain or other body organs will always a major concern for people subject to this. These clots can also be the cause of deep vein thrombosis, and …

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An economic and market environment that is difficult to assess

FroYo_92 An article I published just over a month ago covered whether or not the economy was in recession or not and highlighted some of the difficulties in assessing much of the economic data today. A stock market the recovery seemed to be starting after the June low before selling …

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Updated COPD guidelines released | Preview+

Updated guidelines for the management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) include both non-pharmacological and pharmacological strategies to reflect the importance of a holistic approach to clinical care for people living with the disease . Developed by the Lung Foundation Australia and the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand, …

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Seizure Smart Schools: Bemidji Schools Must Observe New Crisis Response Protocols – Bemidji Pioneer

BEMIDJI — Parents of students in Minnesota can have more peace of mind this school year when it comes to their schools’ crisis response protocols. Signed into law by Governor Tim Walz on June 30, 2021, Minnesota has joined the ranks of 13 other states in passing seizure smart school …

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Winnebago County Health Department offers Paxlovid treatment for COVID-19

WINNEBAGO COUNTY – The Winnebago County Health Department is offering the antiviral treatment Paxlovid to anyone who tests positive for COVID. Paxlovid is an oral medication used to treat COVID-19. It’s three tablets taken twice a day for five days. Anyone 12 and older who tests positive for the virus …

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CellResearch Corporation (CRC) Announces Positive Results from Phase I Study for CorLiCyte®

SINGAPORE, September 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — CellResearch Corporation Pte Ltd., a SingaporeThe New York-based biopharmaceutical company today announced that it has successfully completed the first Phase I study of CorLiCyte®stem cell therapy derived from umbilical cord stem cells, with research partners at University of ColoradoAnschutz Medical Campus and ClinImmune …

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Molybdenum | The nutritional source

Molybdenum is an essential trace mineral found naturally in foods and available in supplements. It is a component of four different enzymes in the body that help break down proteins, alcohol, drugs, and toxins. Enzymes containing molybdenum also break down purines and sulfites. Purines are compounds metabolized from foods that …

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Avicanna Inc collaborates with the University of Toronto to expand its epilepsy research program

Avicanna Inc (TSX:AVCN, OTCQX:AVCNF) announced that it has expanded its research collaboration in the field of epilepsy through a new partnership with the University of Toronto and Dr. Mac Burnham’s research team to explore the efficacy of Avicanna’s proprietary formulations in preclinical disease treatment models. The commercial-stage biopharmaceutical company said …

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Maltese Fibromyalgia and M/E Activist Shows How Much Medication She Needs to Function

Ruth Debono, Malta’s fibromyalgia leader and M/E campaigner, showed people how much medicine she needs to take to function in her daily life as she urges the government to improve support for the disease. Debono, CEO of the ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia Alliance, posted photos of 15 different types of drugs, …

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Putin doesn’t think invading Ukraine a ‘mistake’: Scholz | Russo-Ukrainian War

German Chancellor says there is no indication Putin has changed his stance on Ukraine as UN chief says prospects for peace are “minimal”. Vladimir Putin appears to believe he made no mistake in launching an invasion of Ukraine, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Wednesday after a 90-minute phone call with …

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Oxford company will lead the way in finding a cure for a rare genetic disease

A BIOTECH company in Oxford hopes to develop the first treatment for a rare genetic disease. SynaptixBio, which aims to develop a treatment for TUBB4a leukodystrophy, a condition that involves white matter abnormalities of the nervous system, has signed an agreement with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, USA, to pursue “cutting-edge” …

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Reverse Dravet Restoration of SCN1A Gene Activity in a Mouse Model | Seizures stopped, further gains seen even after symptom onset

Restoring the activity of Scn1a – a murine variant of the gene that is often defective in humans with Dravet syndrome – suppressed seizures and normalized behavior in mice, even after symptoms appeared, a study has shown. Notably, the improvements occurred in juvenile mice as well as adult mice with …

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World Patient Safety Day: September 17, 2022

This year’s theme is Medication safety: Safe medications In May 2019, the 194 member states of the World Health Organization endorsed the establishment of World Patient Safety Day to be celebrated annually on September 17. World Patient Safety Day is one of WHO’s World Public Health Days. It was created …

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Integrating Natural Medicines: Therapeutic Goods Administration Statement

Insight contacted the TGA regarding the episode, Integrating Natural Medicines. A TGA spokesperson provided Insight with the statement below. What response does the TGA have to critics who say the organization does not put enough emphasis on effectiveness when approving a product? The regulatory framework of the Therapeutic Goods Administration …

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Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump should be treated like any other citizen in DOJ investigation

“He’s not the president, and we have special exceptions for someone who’s actually in office. So I think like any American, if there’s evidence, that evidence should be sought out,” Clinton told CNN’s Dana Bash on “State of the Union.” “But I know it’s not an easy decision. And so, …

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Staff moves at Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Health, Louisiana Small Business Development Center, City Year Baton Rouge | Company

Red Stick Dr Yash Shah joined Health of the children of Notre-Dame du Lac as a pediatric neurologist. Shah provides clinical care to general pediatric neurology patients and people with epilepsy. He is accepting new patients at Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Health Neurology. He received a bachelor’s degree …

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British Columbia backtracks on school staff administering seizure drugs

For almost six months, several families in British Columbia have been fighting with the Ministry of Health to bring a life-saving anti-epileptic drug back into schools. “We can either send our child to school and risk serious injury or even death, or we can keep our child home from school …

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NCCN guidelines adapt to meet lung cancer treatment needs

Hatim Husain, MD, discusses how the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) treatment guidelines adapt to meet the treatment needs of lung cancer patients. Hatim Husain, MD, associate professor in the Department of Medicine at UC San Diego, explains how the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) treatment guidelines are adapting to …

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Clarksville Tennessee, 8, raises money for his brother’s treatment with lemonade stands

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – If there is a will, there is a way. That’s the mantra of an 8-year-old girl in Clarksville after finding out her brother had been diagnosed with a tumor at the top of his brainstem. Makenzy Evans has raised thousands of dollars through the sale of …

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Children with Bell’s palsy recover without medication within six months

According to a new study, most children with a condition that causes temporary weakness or paralysis of facial muscles recover without medication within six months. The research, led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and published in Neurologyfound that the steroid prednisolone had no significant impact on a child’s recovery …

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New FDA Approved Indications for Topical Treatment of Tick Infestation in Cats

Fluralaner topical solution (Bravecto) and fluralaner and moxidectin topical solution (Bravecto Plus) are now indicated for the treatment and control of Asian long-horned tick infestations in cats. Merck Animal Health announced the new label indication of fluralaner topical solution (Bravecto) and fluralaner topical solution and moxidectin (Bravecto Plus) for the …

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Judge Trump’s bad decision could do some good

Comment this story Comment A federal judge’s Monday ruling granting former President Donald Trump’s request for an independent review of the FBI’s seizure of documents at Mar-a-Lago last month has sparked an unusually violent backlash within of the legal community. It’s not just partisan analysts who react with dismay; criticism …

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Newly discovered cannabinoids show promise for medical pain applications

06 September 2022 1 minute read Source/Disclosures Source: Jacknin J. How Green Is My Valley: Newly Discovered Cannabinoids and Their Possible Medical Uses. Featured at: PAINWeek; Vegas; September 6-9, 2022. Disclosures: Jacknin claims to be CEO of Dr. Jacknin’s Skincare LLC. It does not report any other relevant financial information. …

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High-quality human clinical trials are needed to determine the benefits of CBD for patients with heart disease

As cannabidiol (CBD) use increases, high-quality randomized clinical trials are needed to determine whether the anti-inflammatory benefits of CBD for heart disease seen in preclinical data will work in a real-world setting, research suggests. presented at ACC Latin America 2022 In collaboration with CardioAcademic. A review of existing studies revealed …

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What To Do When Insurance Doesn’t Pay For The Prescription | News, Sports, Jobs

Question: I got my medication back, but my insurance didn’t cover it. What should I do? Answer: When picking up medications at the pharmacy, it is important to remember that your drug insurance does not automatically cover everything. Some drugs may not be listed on your coverage form. …

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10 stabbed dead, 2 suspects on the run

Canadian police said on Sunday that 10 people were stabbed at 13 locations in two communities in the province of Saskatchewan and police were looking for two suspects. Fifteen people have been sent to hospitals after being stabbed at multiple locations in James Smith’s Cree Nation and in the village …

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Halifax Tattoo Studio fundraiser today so epileptic artist can have surgery to stop his seizures

The team at Halifax Tattoo Collective, on Clare Road in downtown Halifax, have put together a huge selection of designs which will be available today from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. for walk-in customers on a no-call basis. first come, first served. Proceeds will go to help a member of …

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police chief: fentanyl remains ‘most problematic drug’ locally | News, Sports, Jobs

Officers are pictured outside a home in Bowen Street in Jamestown in July after a search warrant was executed. PJ File Photo by Eric Tichy Jamestown Police Chief Timothy Jackson responded with a single word when asked at a recent press conference if there was a …

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