Some health officials believe the drug may be beneficial, but it lacked too much to be considered a cost-effective solution for many patients.
Monthly Archives: February 2011
People with locked-in syndrome — a condition that causes severe paralysis — explain to be experiencing satisfaction in life.
Many drugs, such as Zyprexa, Risperdal, and Abilify, are going to notice more strict requirements with the warning labels.
The Supreme Court has offered protection for vaccine companies from lawsuits in rare cases of injury caused by vaccines.
Serene Branson, the reporter from the Grammy Awards whose reputation was made popular for stuttering and not being able to speak clearly in a broadcast, was said to have suffered a complex migraine.
Astressin-B is a substance, which researchers found, that could cause the growth of hair in bald mice.
For the study, researchers analyzed more than 80 different alcohol studies and how alcohol may relate to various cardiovascular health ailments.
The federal investigation found lights to be unsafely leaking PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) throughout schools.
Some veterinarians explain that it is an unfortunate pass-through. As pet owners exercise less, so do their pets.
While marijuana has been used in the past to treat various cancers including glaucoma, this study evaluates properties outside of pain relief and relaxation.