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(Reuters) - An arthritis drug developed by Eli Lilly&Co and Incyte Corp should not be approved at a 4-milligram dose, advisers to the U.S. FDA voted on Monday, in a setback to the drugmakers that were counting on the treatment as a future blockbuster.
Most pregnant women know to avoid certain foods and drinks, such as raw meat and alcohol. But a new study lends weight to the notion that a high intake of caffeinated substances may also be detrimental to a baby's health.
According to sleep experts, you should ditch your alarm clock because it depletes your sleep and also means that you don't naturally wake up at the correct point of your sleep cycle.
(Reuters) - A rheumatoid arthritis drug developed by Eli Lilly and Incyte Corp should not be approved at a higher dose, a U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory committee voted on Monday, while backing the approval of a lower dose.
Handgrip strength may provide a useful indicator of cognitive impairment in people with major depression and bipolar disorder, according to astudy inJAMA Psychiatry. Joseph Firth, Ph.D., of the University of Western Sydney and colleagues found that greater grip strength in individuals with major depression and bipolar disorder was associated with better performance on measures of reasoning, reaction time, and memory.Firth and colleagues analyzed data from the UK Biobank —a nationwide, health-oriented, cohort study conducted across the United Kingdom. The final analysis included 110,067 people who had their handg...
BACK pain is the UK ’s most common pain complaint. Spending all day in front of a computer makes it worse, so knowing how to sit correctly gives you the best chance of avoiding chronic back pain.
Phase 3 trial results show that two doses of oral ubrogepant, a novel CGRP-targeting medication, met the primary endpoints of decreasing acute migraine pain and symptoms compared with placebo.Medscape Medical News
HEADACHES effect all of us, but the pain could be relieved by increasing your intake of your favourite drinks. Try upping your daily consumption of these beverages to ease symptoms.
Physical activity both before and during treatment can significantly increase the likelihood of survival, say researchers.Medscape Medical News
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