Off-label medication orders on the rise for children, study finds

U.S. physicians are increasingly ordering medications for children for conditions that are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, according to a Rutgers study. The findings highlight the need for more education, research and policies addressing effective, safe pediatric drug prescribing. The study, published in the journal Pediatrics, analyzed data collected from 2006 to 2015 in the Centers for […]

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The ‘fool’ that fentanyl made into a millionaire

The photo that flashed onto the courtroom screen showed a young man dead on his bedroom floor, bare feet poking from the cuffs of his rolled up jeans. Lurking on a trash can at the edge of the picture was what prosecutors said delivered this death: an ordinary, U.S. Postal Service envelope. It had arrived with 10 round, blue pills […]

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Psychological therapies can have side effects – however, when a treatment error?

Prior to the inpatient psychotherapy, Mrs. D. long years, suffered from social Anxiety. She had hardly any friends, the Main caregiver was her husband. Through individual and group therapies, learns their needs and to talk about it; it’s also your Hobbies. However, it is a crisis in the relationship. Mrs D. says: “For us, it was probably only good for […]

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Mathematical modeling breakthrough for translational research of new CRSD medication

A new mathematical modeling approach has identified major sources of interspecies and inter-individual variations in the clinical efficacy of a clock-modulating drug: photosensitivity and PER2 level. This has enabled precision medicine for circadian disruption. A KAIST mathematics research team led by Professor Jae Kyoung Kim, in collaboration with Pfizer, applied a combination of mathematical modeling and simulation tools for circadian […]

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Medication beliefs affect uptake of preventive Tx for breast cancer

(HealthDay)—Beliefs about medication are associated with uptake of tamoxifen as a preventive therapy among women at increased risk for breast cancer, according to a study published online Dec. 2 in Clinical Breast Cancer. Rachael Jane Thorneloe, Ph.D., from the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom, and colleagues surveyed 732 women attending an appointment to discuss breast cancer risk. Just […]

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Depression: Causes, Symptoms, Help

Depression will always häsingle-stage diagnosed. Nevertheless, many Missverst&auml circulate as before;concessions üabout the disease – to the detriment of the patients Depression is a serious disease and köcan be cured only by something holiday Depression is considered as a widespread disease. According to the Robert Koch-Institute in Germany, 11.6 per cent of the Bevöpopulation affected once in their life. Nevertheless, […]

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Psoriasis oral medication: Types, uses, and side effects

An estimated 25 percent of all people with psoriasis have moderate or severe psoriasis. Many of these people require oral medication or phototherapy. This article gives an overview of the different types of oral medication, their uses, and their possible side effects. Types Oral medications for psoriasis are a type of systemic medication. This means that instead of just responding […]

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