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Drug helps sensory neurons regrow in the mouse central nervous system

11 minutes ago   |   ScienceDaily   |   4 articles

Researchers have discovered that an FDA-approved drug acts on support cells in the central nervous system to encourage sensory neurons to regrow after injury.
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Tips on Botox® injection sites and who qualifies

Tips on Botox® injection sites and who qualifies

1 hour ago   |   IAPAM

Tips on Botox® Injection Sites and Who Qualifies Botulinum toxin is a purified protein derived from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum and has been researched for more than...
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FDA approves opioid overdose antidote Zimhi

FDA approves opioid overdose antidote Zimhi

2 hours ago   |   Healio

The FDA has approved Zimhi, a high-dose naloxone product that is administered through a prefilled syringe to counteract potentially fatal opioid overdoses, the agency and the...
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Different anesthesia approaches had similar carbon footprints for TKR

Different anesthesia approaches had similar carbon footprints for TKR

2 hours ago   |   Healio

General, spinal and combination anesthesia approaches had similar carbon footprints among patients undergoing knee replacement, according to published results. Researchers...
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HCQ and MS; Guillain-Barre and COVID Vax; Neural Fingerprints Can Tell Who You Are

HCQ and MS; Guillain-Barre and COVID Vax; Neural Fingerprints Can Tell Who You Are

2 hours ago   |   MedPageToday

The antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine was associated with reduced disability worsening in people with primary progressive multiple sclerosis , a phase II trial showed. The...
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Smokers who switch to e-cigs are 10% more likely to relapse and use cigarettes again

Smokers who switch to e-cigs are 10% more likely to relapse and use cigarettes again

2 hours ago   |   Daily Mail   |   2 articles

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego, found that the best way to quit smoking is not by weening yourself off of tobacco, but to instead drop the drug entirely.
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Mix-and-Match Covid Boosters: Why They Just Might Work

3 hours ago   |   NY Times   |   3 articles

The F.D.A. may authorize booster shots of vaccines different from the ones that Americans originally received. The science behind the move is promising.
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The biochemical mechanisms of remdesivir-mediated RNA synthesis inhibition

4 hours ago   |   News Medical

A new preprint suggests a fruitful approach to develop such drugs based on biochemical and molecular modeling studies of the drug remdesivir.
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‘Ice' epidemic: amount of illegal stimulants seized in NSW more than doubles in a year

4 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

“Australians continue to line the pockets of organised crime groups” overseeing the drug trade, the head of Australia's criminal intelligence agency said.
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‘QR codes for drug dealers': Calls to improve COVID-19 response

9 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald   |   2 articles

Drug and alcohol experts are calling for a harm minimisation approach to users at risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19.
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CDC says Pfizer's Covid vaccine is 93% effective at reducing hospitalization...

CDC says Pfizer's Covid vaccine is 93% effective at reducing hospitalization in teens aged 12-18

A new CDC report looked at 464 hospitalized patients aged 12 and 18, of whom 179 tested positive for COVID-19. Of the 77 Covid patients admitted to the ICU, all of them were... Read more ...

The three most common areas for Botox injections

The three most common areas for Botox injections

The Three Most Common Areas for Botox® Injections Botox injections are widely used for a variety of cosmetic reasons. Their most common application is to the muscles and skin... Read more ...

NHS hospital patients should get private room 'by default' to stop infection...

NHS hospital patients should get private room 'by default' to stop infection spread

Professor Stephen Powis, NHS England and Improvement's national medical director, said the rooms offer 'privacy and dignity'. Read more ...

Who Just Nailed a Backflip, Then Pied Her DWTS Partner in the Face? Suni...

Who Just Nailed a Backflip, Then Pied Her DWTS Partner in the Face? Suni Lee, Of Course!

Week after week, all-around Olympic gold medalist Suni Lee brings her gymnastics skills to Dancing With the Stars performances - remember when she did a front flip in heels and... Read more ...

Is Fresh Breast Milk Better for Preemies Than Pumped or Frozen Milk?

Is Fresh Breast Milk Better for Preemies Than Pumped or Frozen Milk?

Having actual data showing that having fresh milk is best would help change clinical practice to make sure our sickest little babies are getting the best milk possible... Read more ...

Philadelphia 76ers suspend Ben Simmons for season opener

The 25-year-old Australian was suspended for conduct detrimental to the team after reportedly being thrown out of practice on Tuesday. Read more ...

Zac Efron Shows Off His Ripped Abs in Shirtless Birthday Thirst Trap

The actor said he "couldn't be in a happier moment" in his life. Read more ...

Sunscreens and Skin Care

Sunscreens and Skin Care

Sunscreens and Skin Care Our skin is delicate and fragile and needs protecting at all times. In the summer months, it is always nice to enjoy the sunshine with friends and... Read more ...

Understanding Men in the Aesthetic Market

Understanding Men in the Aesthetic Market

Understanding Men in the Aesthetic Market The aesthetic medicine industry is a competitive and growing industry. People want to look as good as they feel, and the patients are... Read more ...

Attract More Patients with a Loyalty Program

Attract More Patients with a Loyalty Program

Attract More Patients with a Loyalty Program Having problems with patient loyalty? Are you looking for new ways to incentivize repeat business? Have you tried some of the... Read more ...