Doctors lobby Minnesota health systems for better access to abortion drugs

As Minnesota abortion care providers brace for an expected influx of patients from across the Midwest following the end of Roe v. Wade, some doctors are pushing major state health systems to do more now, including improving access to a drug that’s also used for medical abortions. Mifepristone is a …

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US companies are starting to show signs of slowing down

US companies are starting to show signs of slowing down The Fed released its latest check on the state of the economy. There are few signs that inflation looks set to come down anytime soon. Consumer spending slowed as higher food and gasoline prices weighed on household income. The latest …

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Corkman who uses cannabis for epilepsy had to lie to his daughter when he was imprisoned

A man who uses cannabis for epilepsy has told the Oireachtas Justice Committee he had to lie to his young daughter when he was imprisoned because she thought ‘prison was for the wrong people’. Corkman Martin Condon is director of the Patients for Safe Access group and told the committee …

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Intellectually disabled boy treated by state beaten, given enough medicine to tranquilize his horse

“He was apparently prescribed a drug that would lead to another drug [to] treating the side effects of the first and so on, until there was a real cocktail of drugs he was taking.” Bruises were also regularly found on his body, which was consistent with abuse. “Those bruises extended …

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Mamelodi Sundowns set to send non-regulars on loan

Siya’s side have been informed that Mamelodi Sundowns are in talks to secure a few of their players on loan as playing time will be hard to come by for them in the upcoming season. It looks like the DStv Premiership champions are considering loaning young prospects Siphesihle Mkhize and …

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Brain tumor signs: McDonald’s worker’s shock as ‘bad hangover’ turns out to be benign brain tumor after grand mal seizure

A young woman who had a terrifying seizure during her shift serving and taking orders at a McDonald’s drive-thru attributed it to a ‘bad hangover’ after a night out to find out she had a tumor benign brain. Danielle Freeman, 23, had enjoyed a number of beers and spirits with …

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Student leaving Cert who had a seizure is not allowed to retake the exam – The Irish Times

A Leaving Cert student who suffered a seizure during her history assignment was denied the opportunity to retake a deferred exam which takes place this month. Rachel Langan (18) from Athenry, Co Galway, has only partially completed the exam as a result of the crisis and fears she will miss …

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Teladoc expands primary care services to include drug delivery, home phlebotomy

Teladoc, the telehealth company whose shares have fallen dramatically – with a price drop of more than 85% since hitting highs early last year – has announced its expansion the services offered by Primary360, its virtual primary care platform. New offerings include support for care coordination and referrals across the …

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No indication on impact of Johnson’s resignation on India-UK FTA talks

There is no immediate indication on the impact of recent political developments in Britain on the advanced negotiations between India and the UK for a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) which aims to further strengthen ties between the countries, an official said. On July 7, British Prime …

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Marijuana users need more emergency and hospital care

Just because marijuana is legal for recreational or medical use where you live doesn’t necessarily mean it’s safe. In fact, one study suggests that people who use cannabis may be more likely to experience serious health problems than people who abstain. Some people may perceive that cannabis has health benefits …

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Ontario Government Expanding Access to Cystic Fibrosis Drugs

The Ontario government is expanding access to a treatment option for patients with cystic fibrosis. The Department of Health said it was expanding coverage of Trikafta – a treatment for cystic fibrosis – to include all residents aged six and over under a publicly funded drug program. According to the …

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Orlando Pirates U-turn on Thabang Monare

The Orlando Pirates are believed to have made a surprise U-turn on one of the club’s stars who was announced as released, as part of changes underway at the Soweto giants since the end of the season. Indications are that after announcing Thabang Monare as one of the players to …

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Trauma and schizophrenia: what is the link?

Trauma, especially in childhood, can increase the risk of psychotic symptoms and the development of schizophrenia. Trauma can sometimes cause physical changes in the body, which can increase the risk of developing mental health problems, including schizophrenia. Schizophrenia can happen due to a combination of genetic and environmental factors. In …

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Remibrutinib Reduces Rescue Medication Use in Adults With Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria

Source/Disclosures Source: Maurer M, et al. Remibrutinib (LOU064) reduces rescue medication use in patients with chronic spontaneous urticaria: results from a phase 2b study. Presented at: EAACI Hybrid Congress; July 1-3, 2022; Prague (hybrid meeting). Disclosures: Maurer reports financial relationships with Amgen, Allakos, Aralez Bio, Argenx, AstraZeneca, Celldex Therapeutics, Centogene, …

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How to keep your bones strong and why it’s important

No bones about it, your skeleton is a pretty important part of your body and protecting bone health is worth doing. After all, our bones keep us moving while protecting our organs, hearts, and brains from damage and injury. Guess where our …

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The epilepsy devices market is likely to witness tremendous growth in the near future

United States – Report Ocean (150+ Country Markets Analyzed, Works on 100000+ Reports Released & Upcoming Annually.] presents a research report and the best winning strategies for epilepsy devices market. Top subject matter experts, researchers, and market research professionals curated this report to ensure that the information contained herein is …

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Woman jailed for killing her children describes ‘extremely painful’ ordeal of being denied drugs in prison

Mother convicted of killing children says she was abused in prison Gloria Gomez reports TAMPA, Florida. – The Tampa woman convicted of murdering her two teenage children in 2011 says she is being denied timely doses of her prescribed medications, resulting in “extremely painful” episodes in prison. In a two-page …

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‘Many indications’ Rangers target will move to Serie A side, though legal situation could still jeopardize transfer

SERIE A side Salernitana are likely to be the ones to land the signing of highly sought-after free agent Erik Botheim. That’s according to reports in the Norwegian media – who claim there are ‘plenty of indications‘ that Campania will be the striker’s next destination. 1 Erik Botheim had previously …

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Conflict zones are magnets for the production of synthetic drugs – Eurasia Review

By Aurora Weiss Nearly 284 million people aged 15-64 used drugs globally in 2020, a 26% increase from the previous decade. Young people are consuming more drugs, with levels of use today in many countries exceeding those of a generation ago, notes the World Drug Report 2022 from the United …

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Anticonvulsants during pregnancy: risk of autism in children

NEW research has reinforced the need to educate GPs and other prescribers about the potential risks associated with specific antiseizure drugs when weighing the benefits of prescribing women of childbearing age. Among pregnant women, five out of 1,000 take anticonvulsants, and women with epilepsy who do not take the drug …

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Kate Garraway begs for urgent help after leaving her husband Derek’s lifesaving medicine in a taxi

KATE Garraway has begged fans for help after leaving husband Derek Draper’s medication in a cab. Father-of-two Derek, 54, now needs round-the-clock care at home after coronavirus nearly killed him in 2020. 2 Kate Garraway accidentally left her husband Derek’s medication in a taxiCredit: PA Good Morning Britain star Kate, …

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Next round of India-EU FTA talks in Brussels in September

India and the European Union concluded the first round of negotiations on the draft free trade agreement (FTA) on Friday and the next round of talks is scheduled to take place in Brussels in September, the trade ministry said on Saturday. India and the 27-nation bloc resumed on June 17, …

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How can I treat and manage my dog’s epilepsy?

My English Springer Spaniel Toto (7) has “sleep” in his eyes every morning which can be hard and crusty on a regular basis. I’ve heard that this breed of dogs can have problems with their eyes – when should we be concerned? The so-called “sleep” is a small accumulation of …

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Charity calls for more epilepsy nurses in Scotland

More epilepsy nurses (ESNs) are needed in Scotland to cope with the “potentially unmanageable” workloads they currently face, a charity has warned. This call comes from Epilepsy Consortium Scotland and is supported by its recent report, which highlighted the crucial role of ESNs in Scotland and the need to provide …

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Have you lost your medication leaflet? Don’t stress, you can now view it online

The SA health regulator has launched an online directory of over-the-counter medicines. It allows consumers and healthcare professionals to find information on registered Schedule 0, 1 and 2 medicines. Most flyers contain a lot of text with no visuals, but online information is easier to digest. If you have lost …

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Monkeypox in Texas: new cases indicate community transmission

“This is a very abnormal transmission pattern. We’ve never seen this before,” said Dr. Luis Ostrosky with UTHealth and Memorial Hermann. HOUSTON – On Thursday, more cases of monkeypox were confirmed in Texas. The Texas Department of Health now reports 12 cases statewide, three of which are unrelated to travel, …

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The 4 main summer injuries and how to avoid them

We reached out to our doctors and they shared the three most common reasons people come for emergency care in the summer: swimmer’s ear, heat stroke, tick bites and sunburn. Follow these tips to stay healthy this summer. swimmer’s ear Swimmer’s ear is a painful infection of the outer ear …

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Role of a single gene linked to epilepsy, autism identified: study

A single gene that was previously shown to be the driving force behind a rare syndrome linked to epilepsy, autism and developmental disabilities has been identified as central to the formation of healthy neurons. Researchers say the gene, DDX3X, forms a cellular machine called helicase, whose job is to open …

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Free prescription drug service sees growing number of working customers

NEWPORT, Ky. — Kellee Yelton was a receptionist at a doctor’s office in Norwood and had health insurance in January 2020 when she went on short-term disability to have foot surgery. “Then the pandemic hit,” she says. Four months later, Yelton of northern Kentucky lost his job. She had to …

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New Okanagan Valley Wine Regions Recognized

Here are descriptions of each new sub-geographical indication and wineries that BC consumers and visitors to the province can visit, which tell the story of their unique terroirs and reflect their specific growing conditions: East Slopes of KelownaEast Kelowna Slopes spans approximately 2,900 hectares (7,166 acres) around the lower reaches …

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England appoints first-ever Women’s Health Ambassador – here’s what she should focus on

The government recently appointed Dame Lesley Regan, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Imperial College London, as England’s first Women’s Health Ambassador. The new role was created to help close the gender gap in health. Women make up 51% of the population in England and Wales, but persistent gender-based inequalities …

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Study compares fracture risk among diabetes drug regimens

Analysis of real patient data suggests that diabetic patients who used insulin had an increased risk of major osteoporosis and hip fractures compared to metformin users. The study results, which are based on data from more than 6,500 patients, indicate that the risk of major osteoporotic fracture nearly doubled and …

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Anavex Life Sciences (NASDAQ:AVXL) Share Price Down 6.1%

The share price of Anavex Life Sciences Corp. (NASDAQ:AVXL – Get Rating) was down 6.1% in Friday’s session. The stock traded as low as $9.78 and last traded at $9.81. About 18,066 shares changed hands during trading, down 98% from the average daily volume of 912,004 shares. The stock had …

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36-Year-Old Epileptic Technician Tells How He Lost Both Legs: Now He’s Running a Marathon With Prosthetics

A man who lost both his legs after suffering a seizure and falling on a New York City subway platform plans to compete in a 5k obstacle course and a 6k race this weekend after training with prosthetic legs for a year. Roman Leykin, 36, a former technician from Brooklyn …

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Dodgers RHP Daniel Hudson likely out for season with ACL injury

Dodgers reliever Daniel Hudson suffered an ACL injury in Friday’s game against the Braves and will likely miss the rest of the season, according to manager Dave Roberts. “It doesn’t look good by all indications,” Roberts said after the game. “So things can happen, but I just don’t see how …

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Houston’s first medical marijuana dispensary is now open in The Heights. So how do you qualify?

Texas legalized medical marijuana for certain patients years ago, but only on a very restricted basis. Jeff Chiu, STF/Associated Press Houston is finally home to a legal weed dispensary, but don’t get too excited just yet — it’s restricted to people with medical prescriptions, which can only be given to …

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Paying an exorbitant price for drugs? Check here to see if there is a cheaper option

Image source: Getty Images There may be a way to get the medications you need at a much lower price. Key points Many prescription drugs are expensive in the United States. Mark Cuban’s new online pharmacy offers cheaper drug prices. Healthcare costs in the United States can be high, even …

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Applied Therapeutics, Inc. Announces $30 Million Award

NEW YORK, June 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Applied Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: APLT) (the “Company”), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing a pipeline of novel drug candidates against validated molecular targets in indications of high unmet medical need, today announced the price of its underwritten public offering of 20.0 million common …

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Emirates News Agency – UAE pediatric care experts discuss recent findings in research and gene therapy for rare diseases

22nd June, 2022 (WAM) — Researchers from the Zayed Center for Research into Rare Disease in Children in London recently shared their cutting-edge work during two podcasts. Waseem Qasim, professor of cell and gene therapy at the Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Hospital, was featured on Crowd …

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Kentucky Medical Marijuana Meetings Underway

KENTUCKY (WFIE) — Team Kentucky’s medical cannabis advisory committee held its first meeting in Frankfurt on Monday. Two people from the three states are part of this committee. Julie Cantwell is one of the Kentucky team’s medical cannabis advisory committee members and says she’s a lawyer herself, for reasons close …

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Pharmacy Automation Market to Reach USD 10,402 Million by

TOKYO, June 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Global pharmacy automation market The size accounted for USD 5,083 million in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 10,402 million by 2030 with a considerable CAGR of 8.6% during the forecast period of 2022 to 2030. Over the past few years, …

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Orphan Indication Treatment Market Growth Prospects: 2022, Regional Demand, Qualitative Analysis and Dynamic Innovations | Bristol-Myers Squibb, Roche, Novartis

The latest report published by SMI provides a comprehensive assessment of “Orphan Indications Treatment Market for the Forecast Year 2022-2028,” which is advantageous for companies, whatever their size and turnover. This report provides an in-depth insight into the future of the market. Increased demand for smart technologies and increased construction …

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Findings shed new light on memory and epilepsy – ScienceDaily

Scientists at the University of California at Irvine have found that injury to one part of the brain changes the connections between nerve cells throughout the brain. The new research was published this week in Nature Communication. Each year in the United States, nearly two million Americans suffer a traumatic …

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Cotard delirium and schizophrenia: signs and treatment

Cotard’s delirium, or Cotard’s syndrome, occurs when a person believes that they are dead, that they do not exist, that they have missing body parts or body parts that are disappearing. It is a rare and serious syndrome that can signify schizophrenia. However, other conditions can also cause Cotard syndrome. …

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The pet medicine market will explode

The report offers a comprehensive research study of the pet medication market which includes accurate forecasts and analysis at global, regional and national levels. It offers a global vision of the world pet medication market and a detailed value chain analysis to help players gain a close understanding of …

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The high heat for Florida is not over yet

It’s a hot weekend in central Florida, and more heat is likely heading into next week. What do you want to know Highs soared in the upper 90s A second round of heat becomes likely Highs could climb back into the upper 90s at the end of next week From …

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What is carnosinemia?

IntroductionStoryCauses and SymptomsEpidemiologyDiagnosis and treatmentReferences Carnosinemia, also known as carnosinase deficiency, is an extremely rare inherited metabolic disorder. It presents with increased levels of carnosine in the urine and low levels or absence of carnosinase in the blood. It is associated with severe neurological symptoms in humans and is characterized …

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What dermatologists need to know

With a strong pipeline of biologics and new drugs for the treatment of skin diseases, parenteral drugs are becoming increasingly useful tools in the therapeutic arsenal of dermatologists. Familiarizing themselves with this factor in high quality patient care is essential for dermatologists who frequently use these medications or who have …

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4-year-old boy turns into the Hulk to quell his fears of medical intervention in Beaumont Royal Oak

ROYAL OAK, Mich. – A 4-year-old boy who was due for a medical procedure at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, transformed into the Hulk to quell his fears. Joey Owen needed an electroencephalogram (EEG), a test that detects brain wave abnormalities. “He was in character from start to finish,” said Jimmy …

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GBP/USD awaiting directional indication after rally stall [Video]

GBP/USD awaiting directional indication after rally stall [Video]

On the 1-hour chart, GBP/USD is forming higher highs and lowers after falling to a two-year low at 1.19341. Additionally, the bulls have made gains above the 50 and 200 exponential moving averages. Still, to ensure the uptrend continues, it is imperative for the pair to break through Thursday’s high …

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Mental illness, euphemisms and stigma by committee

Sensory overload Since mental illness has been one of the national topics lately, for all the wrong reasons, I thought I would finally write about an issue that has bothered me for a long time. I’m both bipolar and autistic (won a double in the brain disorder lottery) so I’ve …

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Vital signs: what causes epilepsy and what treatments are available? | Health

About 3.4 million Americans – including about 470,000 children – have epilepsy, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. People with epilepsy have spontaneous seizures, which feel like an electrical storm in the brain. Causes of epilepsy include brain damage, infections, tumors, and strokes. And although it …

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Well Rested: Melatonin Supplements or Prescription Drugs?

For some, falling asleep and staying asleep can be a challenge. Job loss, illness and stressful events are among the factors that can affect a person’s ability to sleep well. Tossing and turning for an extended period of time without having a truly restful night can begin to affect an …

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Nivolumab/ipilimumab and nivolumab/chemo indications improve the ESCC treatment landscape

Approval of 2 nivolumab-containing combinations for patients with advanced or metastatic esophageal squamous cell carcinoma has opened the doors for immunotherapy to enter the landscape in this population, providing clinicians with options to help patients achieve their individual treatment goals. Approval of 2 combinations containing nivolumab (Opdivo) for patients with …

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NJ Bill Could Impose Wrongful Confiscation of Animals | Fox Rothschild LLP

By Meghan Curriesummer partner at Fox Rothschild LLP, based in the firm’s Princeton office A recent bill, A2354, introduced in February of this year by New Jersey lawmakers should be at the forefront of any New Jersey pet owner’s mind. The bill proposes amendments, strengthening the existing Animal Cruelty Act …

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Tales of woe on epileptic power supply, high tariff

Poor electricity generation and supply continued to draw condemnation from electricity consumers, reports SUCCESS NWOGU The epileptic power supply and rising electricity tariff has triggered hardship and economic loss for Nigerians. The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria and the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association, among other groups and individuals, have denounced the …

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With AWS Funding, Oben Health Seeks to Treat Hypertension in At-Risk Groups Without Drugs or Surgery

AWS recently selected 25 startups — three of which focus on health technologies — for its AWS Impact Accelerator program, a $30 million commitment to young startups led by founders from underrepresented groups. One such health tech startup is Oben Health, a San Francisco-based company developing a digital treatment platform …

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SI-BONE, Inc. Announces FDA Clearance for Expanded Indication of iFuse-TORQ® Implant System

SANTA CLARA, Calif., June 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SI-BONE, Inc. (SIBN), (Nasdaq: SIBN), a Silicon Valley-based medical device company dedicated to solving musculoskeletal disorders of the Sacropelvic Anatomy, today announced FDA clearance for iFuse-TORQ® for pelvic fracture fixation, including acute, non-acute and non-traumatic fractures. Together, these constitute a market …

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HEALTH: A BRAIN SHORT CIRCUIT – Journal

“I didn’t tell my friends I had epilepsy for fear they would treat me differently,” says Huma*, 21. “I’m always hyper-aware of having a meltdown ahead of them, so I avoid getting into situations that might trigger me, like going to the movies with them or riding a roller coaster,” …

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Make the process of accessing medical cannabis easier, urges mother of boy with epilepsy

The mother of a boy with severe epilepsy has urged medical cannabis makers to ease the financial burden on beleaguered families. Charlotte Caldwell said dozens of families with severe epilepsy are having to pay privately for prescriptions at a time when the cost of living is soaring. Ms Caldwell and …

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Rising freight costs not unique to Fiji: Koya – FBC News

There are indications that exorbitant transport costs will slowly decrease later this year. Freight costs have been at their highest level in recent times since the start of the COVID pandemic and subsequently the Russian-Ukrainian crisis. Commerce Minister Faiyaz Koya said consumer prices rose globally due to disruptions in shipping …

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Patient journey to diagnosis of Dravet syndrome

Joseph E. Sullivan, MD: Mary Anne, I would like to speak to you and make you think about what you were told when your son had his first seizures. Does it create flashbacks for you? Marie-Anne Meskis: Definitely flashbacks. I would agree with Kelly; I think over the last decade …

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Epilepsy monitoring devices market size provides forecast from 2022 to 2030 – mbu Timeline

This major report presents a clear view of the current performance of the global Epilepsy Monitoring Devices market and its likely development in the coming years. The key findings of the Global Epilepsy Monitoring Devices Market report focus on changing Global Epilepsy Monitoring Devices Market dynamics, substantial new opportunities, critical …

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New drug being tested in Louisville gives hope to breast cancer patients

In 2017, Andrea Solomon’s life changed dramatically when she was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer. “My whole world kind of shut down,” Solomon said. At the end of the year, she started chemotherapy. “After taking certain drugs for a while, the cancer would come back in other areas, and …

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Filament Health and Jaguar Health Sign Letter of Intent to Develop Prescription Botanical Medicines for Specific Mental Health Indications

Drug discovery collaboration will leverage both companies’ botanical drug development expertise VANCOUVER, BC, June 9, 2022 /CNW/ – Filament Health Corp. (OTCQB: FLHLF) (NEO: FH) (FSE: 7QS) and Jaguar Health, Inc. (NASDAQ: JAGX) today announced that the companies have signed a letter of intent to enter into an agreement to …

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Emory Healthcare faces lawsuit over severe brain injury in hospital patient

Stock image. Decatur, GA — The lawsuit is set to begin this week against Emory Clinic and Emory Healthcare over allegations that medical negligence caused catastrophic brain damage to a Georgia woman during a hospital stay in 2015. Tatum v. The Emory Clinic and Emory Healthcare, Inc., 16A60933. According to …

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Young people use wristband trade to help friend with medical needs – The Andalusia Star-News

Mary Katherine O’Neal is only 11 but already in business and helping one of her closest friends at the same time. Mary Kate designed bracelets through her own company called Serve Jewelry Company. She started making the bracelets in December and then launched her business in January. When she found …

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Lazarus on HISA anti-doping and drug control

Little by little, the pieces of the puzzle are falling into place for the Anti-Doping and Medication Control (ADMC) component of the Horse Racing Integrity and Safety Act, which is due to come into force early next year. Last month, this program was named as an agency to officially manage …

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Total ratio of lymph nodes and lymph nodes to determine indications

Researchers believed that postoperative radiotherapy (PORT) might increase overall survival (OS) in patients with pN2 NSCLC who have a high lymph node ratio (LNR). From 2004 to 2016, the National Cancer Database was searched for patients with non-metastatic pN2 NSCLC who underwent R0 surgery and adjuvant therapy. The influence of …

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Mouse study shows gene therapy can correct creatine deficiency disorder

RESULTS A new study in mice reveals that a gene therapy developed by a UCLA researcher appears to correct a rare creatine deficiency disorder that typically results in intellectual disabilities, speech problems, involuntary movements and recurrent seizures. The treatment could potentially represent an improvement over the treatment available for the …

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Praxis drops 63% after major depressive disorder study misses targets

By Michel Dabaie Shares of Praxis Precision Medicines Inc. fell 63% to $3.22 premarket on Monday after the company announced negative results for a Phase 2/3 study of PRAX-114 in major depressive disorder. and that the company would now focus on movement disorders and epilepsy. The Phase 2/3 Aria study …

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Angry couple ‘lack of medicine’ as Wizz Air cancels flight back from Spain to Doncaster

A Doncaster couple were left furious after Wizz Air canceled their flight home from Malaga and suggested they rebook to other airports over 100 miles away. Retired insurance broker Stephen and his wife, Sue Ibbotson, a 70-year-old OAP pair booked their return flights long before Christmas and say they enjoyed …

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Owo attack indicating security collapse – senatorial candidate Ondo PDP

The People’s Democratic Party candidate in the Ondo North Senatorial District in the 2023 elections, Adetokunbo Modupe, said the attack on St Francis Catholic Church, Owaluwa, Owo, Ondo State was an indication of the quasi -collapse of Nigeria’s security infrastructure. He joins a long list of Nigerians who have condemned …

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New research reveals gene therapy could treat Pitt-Hopkins syndrome

A new study has shown that gene therapy could prevent or reverse many deleterious effects of Pitt-Hopkins syndrome New research from the UNC Neuroscience Center laboratory of Ben Philpot, Ph.D., reveals that restoring lost gene activity prevents many signs of disease in an animal model of Pitt-Hopkins syndrome, a rare …

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Legal battle to save a ‘noisy’ farm that houses epileptic pigs and blind dogs

Exclusive: A sanctuary called Happy Pants Ranch received a noise reduction order after complaints to police and council. Boss Amey James fears the 450 animals could be put down Amey James fears his animals will be put down A sanctuary that houses epileptic pigs, three-legged cats and blind dogs is …

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Rising prescription drug prices are forcing some Hawaii seniors to forego the drugs they need

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) — As the U.S. Senate considers legislation to reduce prescription drug costs, prices in Hawaii are rising much faster than inflation. AARP has tracked retail prescription drug prices since 2006 and found that average prices for popular drugs have risen more than 300%, and are forcing seniors on …

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ABBVIE DEADLINE ALERT: Bragar Eagel & Squire, PC reminds investors that a class action lawsuit has been filed against AbbVie, Inc. and encourages investors to contact the company

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bragar Eagel & Squire, PC, a nationally recognized shareholder rights law firm, reminds investors that a class action lawsuit has been filed against AbbVie, Inc. (“AbbVie” or the “Company ”) (NYSE: ABBV) in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois on behalf of all …

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New mobile app provides advance warning of seizures to people with epilepsy

A new mobile app feature – made here in Australia – is bringing new hope to people with epilepsy around the world. The innovative technology, which took 10 years to develop, is designed to help better diagnose and predict epileptic seizures in real time. Watch more in the video above …

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Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder: psychotherapy, medication

Personality disorders are a group of ten disorders grouped into three groups (also called “clusters”) on the basis of descriptive similarities. Obsessive-compulsive disorder is included in group C It encompasses three personality disorders characterized by low self-esteem and/or high anxiety and in which people often seem anxious or fearful. Avoidant …

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These mouth-watering Bihari delights are in the running for a GI tag

Patna: The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has initiated the process to facilitate the association of manufacturers and producers seeking a Geographical Indication (GI) label for Khurma, Tilkut and Balu Shahi – widely savored delicacies indigenous to the state of Bihar. ‘Khurma’ comes from Bhojpur, ‘Tilkut’ comes …

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New treatment option available for Dravet syndrome

Global biopharmaceutical company UCB said the UK’s National Institute for Healthcare Excellence (NICE) issued a positive final assessment decision (FAD) for its FINTEPLA (fenfluramine) oral solution. FINTEPLA is used for the treatment of seizures associated with Dravet syndrome as an add-on treatment to other antiepileptic medicines in patients aged two …

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How prefabrication can help companies achieve their sustainability goals

The commercial real estate and architecture/engineering/construction sectors want to embrace sustainability, but they often find it easier said than done. CRE is under increasing pressure from regulators and investors to reduce emissions, but there is little guidance on how to do this. Additionally, homeowners and developers who want to build …

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Big indication Raphinha will sign for Barcelona as his Leeds team-mate backs him to ‘shine’ in Spain

Leeds United defender Diego Llorente has suggested team-mate Raphinha will join Barcelona this summer, claiming the star will ‘shine’ in La Liga. Raphinha is one of Barcelona’s top transfer targets ahead of the window reopening. According to a report by Markclub chiefs will soon travel to England to meet their …

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The Week Ahead in Biotech (May 30-June 4): FDA Decision on Epilepsy Drug in Partnership with Eton, ASCO Conference Kicks Off and More

Biotech stocks rose in the week ended May 27, following overall positive sentiment in the broader market. Despite the strength of the week, the sector was one of the worst performers for the period since the start of the year. Among the notable developments, Genocea Biosciences, Inc. GNCA announced that …

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The link between ADHD in adults and nicotine

Adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are more likely to smoke cigarettes and become addicted to nicotine. They may also find it harder to quit. Researchers are studying why this is the case. ADHD is often associated with children, but it can continue into adulthood. According to Children and …

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Indian economy: Responding to India’s fragile recovery

As inflation overtakes the mandate given by Parliament to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Governor Shaktikanta Das has outlined steps taken to reverse monetary policy that led to an unanticipated rate hike earlier this month- this. The central bank must respond to lawmakers if inflation persists above 6% for …

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Epilepsy Therapeutics Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Verified Market Reports released the latest proficient intelligence market research report on Epilepsy Therapeutics Market. The report aims to provide an in-depth and accurate analysis of the Epilepsy Therapeutics market, considering market forecasts, competitive intelligence, technical risks, innovations and other relevant data. Its meticulously prepared …

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Ex-Japanese Red Army chief freed after 20 years in prison

Shigenobu Fusako, a former leader of the now disbanded Japanese Red Army militant group, was released from prison after serving her 20-year sentence. Shigenobu, now 76, was convicted and sentenced to 20 years in prison for her involvement in the 1974 seizure of the French Embassy in The Hague, Netherlands. …

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“Our son died three days before receiving the medicine that could have saved his life, after an administrative error”

The grieving parents of a young man found dead at home have explained how things could have been different for him if an administrative error had not delayed him receiving the medication he had long requested. The green light for Connor Richard Davies to resume medication to treat his ADHD …

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Milestone Scientific Expands Medical Indications for CompuFlo® Epidural Instrument and Begins Selling Disposable Products to Leading Veterinary and Academic Institution

ROSELAND, NJ, May 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Milestone Scientific, Inc. (NYSE: MLSS), a leading developer of computerized drug delivery devices that enable precise and painless injections, today announced that it has begun selling its CompuFlo® epidural disposable instruments in a leading veterinary and academic institution following successful research study …

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More than 60 animals seized in suspected animal abuse case in Sutter County

More than 60 animals have been rescued from what have been described as deplorable conditions in Sutter County this week. Police are investigating a case of animal abuse. A search and seizure warrant was executed Tuesday at a property on Sankey Road in Pleasant Grove east of Highway 99. With …

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Epilepsy Treatment Market revenue, consumption, growth rate by major manufacturers like Abbott Laboratories, Cephalon, Sunovion Pharmaceuticals, Bausch Health, etc.

epilepsy-treatment-market Epilepsy Treatment Market: Key Insights The latest research report, titled “Global epilepsy treatment market Insights 2022 and Forecast 2028, this includes an overview and an in-depth study of the factors which are considered to have a greater influence on the future development of the market, such as Market size, …

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Study Estimates $1.8 Billion in Medicare Spending on Accelerated Approval Drugs

The US federal government spent about $1.8 billion in Medicare funds in 2019 on drugs whose clinical benefits have yet to be confirmed by the Food and Drug Administration, according to a new study by Johns researchers. Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The FDA approves about 50 new drugs …

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Safe, effective lacosamide for childhood epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes

Source/Disclosures Disclosures: Okanishi reports receiving conference fees from UCB Japan and Daiichi Sankyo. Please see the study for relevant financial information from all other authors. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on Please provide your email …

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Are you shaking for no reason? You might have an essential tremor

May 23, 2022 – Fred Gutermuth, a 67-year-old Virginia Beach-based retiree, can’t remember a time when his hands didn’t shake. During the first part of his life, he never gave it much thought. For 22 years he had been in the Navy, and the tremor did not affect his performance. …

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DEA and Law Enforcement Partners Collect Over 720,000 Pounds of Unnecessary Drugs on National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day | News

WASHINGTON – On April 30, 2022, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and its law enforcement partners collected 721,093 pounds (360 tons) of unnecessary drugs from 5,144 collection sites across the United States during of National Prescription Drug Recovery Day. In Washington, 9,242 pounds of unnecessary drugs were collected, while 4,582 …

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Leclerc: I had no indication, it just broke

Charles Leclerc endured an agonizing 2022 Spanish Grand Prix, because while leading the race, and without any indication, his Ferrari engine just broke. Leclerc enjoyed an undisputed lead at Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, ​​as main rival Max Verstappen spun earlier in the race and was stuck behind a …

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Bryce’s Battle: Loud 9-year-old boy wants to help other kids through cancer | Now

Ann Fish special at RockinghamNow “I have a new barber,” Bryce Cabe said, introducing himself while flashing a mischievous smile and rubbing his hand over his bald head. Even though the 9-year-old is undergoing chemotherapy treatments resulting in hair loss, Bryce is an inspiration. He shares the story of his …

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local girl gets her wish

PEORIA (Heart of Illinois ABC) — Luz Rodriguez, 11, spent several days in the hospital receiving treatment for epilepsy. Her mother said there was one thing she always asked to help her through this ordeal. “Every time she gets worse, the only thing she keeps thinking about is Barbies and …

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More hospitals to implement drugs for opioid use disorder

Interior Health is making Suboxone, a drug for opioid use disorder, widely available in hospital emergency departments. In a statement from Interior Health, they said opioid use disorder (OUD) is a treatable medical condition. People who live with TOU do not have a regular care provider who can help connect …

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Rapid Influenza Diagnostics Market Indication by Industry Dynamics, Regional Breakdown and Forecast 2022-2027 – The Daily Vale

New York, United States: the Rapid Influenza Diagnostics Market research report written by DECISIVE MARKET OVERVIEW contains a comprehensive review and assessment of the entire global market industry in terms of numerous critical market components in the present and future years. This research examines the value proposition of the market …

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ClearPoint Neuro Congratulates Partner PTC Therapeutics on Receiving Positive CHMP Opinion for Gene Therapy to Treat AADC Deficiency

ClearPoint Neuro, Inc. First gene therapy directly infused into the brain to be delivered with ClearPoint’s SmartFlow® cannula SOLANA BEACH, Calif., May 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ClearPoint Neuro, Inc. (Nasdaq: CLPT) (the “Company”), a global therapeutic platform company enabling navigation and delivery to the brain, today congratulates partnered with …

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Fundraiser honors young life lost and raises GFC scholarships

A party at the New York Eatery on May 15 celebrated the life of young Frankie Berko. Nearly 75 people honored the youngster in an inspiring and festive way. Friends and family ate, drank, danced and “lived like Frankie”. The event paid tribute to Frankie, whose life was cut short …

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Lifesaving Medicines for Underprescribed Opioid Use Disorders in the United States

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Boehringer Ingelheim Obtains Drug Regulator Approval to Market Cardiac Drug in India

Global pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim announced on Thursday that it has received approval from the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO) to market its innovative cardiac drug Jardiance (empagliflozin) in India. Following Jardiance’s previous approval for the treatment of heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF), this new indication approval …

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Recent Advances in Neurological Disorders –

Significant scientific advances in neurological diseases and disorders were reported at the recent 74th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN). What may be important for healthcare professionals is certainly encouraging news for patients awaiting effective solutions. UCB is a research-driven company with a strong patient focus in …

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Epilepsy You’re Not Alone: ​​Stacey Chillemi’s inspiring new book covers how to cope with epilepsy

Today, Stacey Chillemi, author and founder of The Complete Herbal Guide, announced the release of an inspiring new book titled, “Epilepsy You’re Not Alone: ​​A Personal View on How to Cope with the Disorder.” The book is intended to educate and raise awareness about how sufferers can cope with the …

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Gwen shares a weird article about drugs and antidepressants

Sister Wives’ Gwendlyn Brown is freaking out her followers after a rather thoughtless post on social media about her concoction of pills for a cold. Gwendlyn Brown of sister wives is causing concern among her followers after posting information about some medications she was planning to take. Daughter of Kody …

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