A safer treatment for pregnant heroin-dependent women has been investigated by researchers from the University of Western Australia. The research was published in the journal Drugs
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Drug resistance to antibiotics is on the rise, and there is an urgent need to develop new drugs to treat infectious diseases that are a major threat to human health globally.
Amyloid positron-emission tomography (PET) improves the diagnosis and treatment of dementia in daily clinical practice, according to results from the ABIDE project.
Vitamin D deficiency is strongly associated with lower rates of progression-free survival (PFS) and overall survival (OS) in patients with Hodgkin lymphoma, independently of key factors like tumor mass and type of treatment received.
Surgery is sometimes risky in the elderly, based on chronological age or their health. During surgery and anesthesia, many changes in the body occur in response to injury and trauma. This is known as the stress response to surgery.
Sickle cell disease increases the risk of stroke for African Americans, but recently a study showed that there is no link between the trait and stroke among African Americans
Laparoscopy appears to be an effective alternative to drugs for improving the quality of sexual life (QoSL) in women with endometriosis, a systematic review of prospective studies suggests.
Intravenous (IV) acetaminophen is no more effective than oral acetaminophen for patients undergoing colorectal procedures, Mount Sinai researchers report in a first-of-its-kind study.
Leading health and well-being company Humana Inc. and Walgreens, a provider of trusted pharmacy services and care in communities since 1901, are teaming up to provide easier access to primary care and other services for seniors.
The Value in Health, the official journal of ISPOR (the professional society for health economics and outcomes research), published a study introducing a novel strategy for obtaining reasonable drug cost estimates for US-based cost-effectiveness analyses.