Philippines to charge Sanofi officials over dengue vaccination deaths

The Philippine government said Friday it would file criminal charges against six officials of the French pharmaceutical firm Sanofi Pasteur over the deaths of children injected with its Dengvaxia anti-dengue vaccine. The Philippines in 2016 was the first nation to use Dengvaxia in a mass immunisation programme, but Sanofi disclosed a year later that it could worsen symptoms for people […]

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Giada De Laurentiis, 48, Is Latest Star Over 40 to Slay on the Beach

Celebrities don’t mess when it comes to beach bodies! And age has very little impact on the amazing abs and toned physiques of these stars over 40. A-lister actresses and singers like Gabrielle Union Opens a New Window. , Gwen Stefani Opens a New Window.  and Jennifer Lopez Opens a New Window. set the bar high. And others including reality star […]

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Slow start, but it’s not over yet: 5 things to know about this year’s flu season

As influenza season trudges on, public health officials report fewer cases than last year’s severe and deadly season. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report released recently shows a more effective vaccine compared with the previous two seasons and called this season a low-severity year so far for influenza—classified as having a fever, cough and body aches. But local […]

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Number of suicide deaths have risen globally to over 800,000 in 2016

The total number of deaths from suicide increased by 6.7% globally between 1990 and 2016 to 817,000 deaths in 2016, finds a study published by The BMJ today. However, when adjusted for age, the global mortality rate from suicide decreased by almost a third (33%) worldwide over the same period. In general, the findings show that men had higher mortality […]

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Data show no evidence that teens’ social media use predicts depression over time

Longitudinal data from adolescents and young adults show no evidence that social media use predicts later depressive symptoms, according to research published in Clinical Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. However, the findings do show that relatively higher depressive symptoms predicted later social media use among adolescent girls. This research stands in contrast with recent claims […]

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Study shows in older people, type 2 diabetes is associated with a decline in brain function over five years

New research published in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes [EASD]) shows that in older people living in the community, type 2 diabetes (T2D) is associated with a decline in verbal memory and fluency over 5 years. However, contrary to previous studies, the decrease in brain volume often found in older people with T2D […]

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It’s not ‘naughty’ to indulge over the holidays and this is why

The season has barely begun but the preparations for post-festive guilt are already in full swing. Lest any of us plebeians indulge this month, the ever-noble weight loss companies have our collective backs. Indulging is not the problem, our attitude to our bodies and food is. Credit:Stocksy One email I received last week proffered the “leading” dietitian, of one well […]

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High Cost Has Over 1 in 4 Diabetics Cutting Back on Insulin

MONDAY, Dec. 3, 2018 — More than one-quarter of people with diabetes have skimped on needed insulin because of the drug’s soaring price tag, according to a new small study. Surveying nearly 200 Americans with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, researchers found 26 percent had underused insulin because of cost. But insulin isn’t a drug you can safely ration, […]

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“No need for a new criminal article, and the liability insurance of the physician adopted all over the world”

Iatrogenic crimes come under increasing attention of law enforcement. The Investigative Committee created a Department of conducting examinations in cases of medical errors. On the current topic, which is now actively supplied the theoretical base is protected, has no thesis. And recently, in yuniti there was a textbook for law schools, the Investigation of crimes committed medical professionals for negligence. […]

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