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New Hundred Percent Manuka Oil May Kill Acne-Causing Bacteria Without Damaging Skin Cells

   Medicine Hunter Describes What Manuka Oil Is (Medical-NewsWire.com, April 14, 2015 ) Glendale, CA -- Acne can be very troubling for those affected. Not only does it look unsightly, it's also uncomfortable and can lead to scaring. Acne is caused by the over-production of sebum, a special oil that...

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Hydropsy (Edema) Therapeutic Development 2015

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, April 15, 2015 ) Dallas, TX -- Global Markets Direct’s, ‘Edema Pipeline Review, H1 2015′, provides an overview of the Edema’s therapeutic pipeline.This report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for Edema, complete with comparative...

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The American Heart Association Recommends Diet And Lifestyle Changes For Cardiovascular Health

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, April 14, 2015 ) Orlando, FL -- According to statistics, there are around 600,000 individuals in the United States who die due to heart disease. The condition is considered to be the leading cause of death in the country, and what people commonly suffer from is coronary heart...

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Customers Welcome The Positive Effects Of Activa Naturals New Hair, Skin & Nails Formula

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, April 14, 2015 ) Beaverton, Oregon -- For people wanting to look and feel their best, Activa Naturals has a new supplement that supports the maintenance of healthy skin, hair and nails. Formulated using a superior blend of essential vitamins, minerals, trace elements and...

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Experts Reveal 25 Treatments Recommended For Arthritis Hip And Knee Pain

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, April 14, 2015 ) Orlando, FL -- There are quite a few treatment options that are widely used today among arthritis patients, including drugs and non-drug alternatives. Organizations that help arthritis patients are providing some relevant information about the best treatments...

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Research Shows That Music Could Help Ease Arthritis Aches And Pains

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, April 14, 2015 ) Orlando, FL -- Music has always been an enjoyable part of many people's lives. In fact, there are those who can't seem to live without listening to music on a daily basis. Listening to music has many effects on people, especially individuals who are suffering...

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Phallosan-Forte-Review.com Shares Reviews the FDA Approved Penis Enlargement Product Phallosan Forte

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, April 15, 2015 ) New York, NY – Phallosan-Forte-Review.com, one of the leading blogs to review various penis enlargement products, has recently published a comprehensive review on the highly popular product Phallosan forte and has provided insightful information on its functioning.Paul,...

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New Article Page Features Refined Sugar Linked To Chronic Disease Study

   Dr. Gladish teaches how to read test strips(Medical-NewsWire.com, April 14, 2015 ) Grand Rapids, MI -- Healthy Faces, the organic product division of WMWC Inc. has added an article section to the company website. "Refined sugar linked to chronic disease in 8,000 scientific documents" by Ethan...

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Hundred Percent Naturally Derived From The Root Of A Plant.

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, April 14, 2015 ) Deerfield Beach , Florida -- Forskolin Capsules by Glaco Health is 100% authentic from the USA. Produced from pure plant extract. Glaco Health chooses the best quality Coleus Forskohlii. Forskolin, also known scientifically as Coleus Forskohlii is produced...

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Hundred Percent Natural Biotin Essential For Cell Growth.

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, April 14, 2015 ) Deerfield Beach , Florida -- Biotin by Glaco Health is often recommended as a dietary supplement for hair, nails & skin and can be found in many makeups and health goods. Biotin enhances an improved texture and appearance of the skin. Biotin also converts...

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The Connection Between TDS And Water Quality Explained

(Medical-NewsWire.com, April 14, 2015 ) Flushing, NY -- Adam Medlin, a customer who has just recently bought a top rated Woder's 10K Under Sink Water Filtration System on Amazon, was confused, like many others. He wrote "I installed my Woder filter today and I have confusing results. I flushed the...

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Anyone Can Now Kick Start Their Body Transformation Now With Glaco Health's Forskolin.

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, April 13, 2015 ) Deerfield Beach , Florida -- Glaco Health is a health brand dedicated to bringing the highest quality range of supplements to always have everyone looking and feeling the best. It has recently released Forskolin made from the root of the plant Coleus Forskohlii...

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Value Solutions To Provide High Quality Organic Coconut Oil For Pregnant Women

   Organic Coconut Oil(Medical-NewsWire.com, April 13, 2015 ) Cape Girardeau, MO -- Nature Green has come up with this pure liquid coconut oil that is free from unhealthy fats. The oil is 100% made of coconut and is thus natural and healthy for the body. It is actually made from Medium Chain Triglycerides...

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NatureGreen Provides All The Relevant Details About Their New Yoga Mat

   Yoga Mat(Medical-NewsWire.com, April 13, 2015 ) Cape Girardeau, MO -- NatureGreen Oils company has recently come up with very delicately designed yoga mat for yogis and beginners.The product comes with standard foam and cushioning for providing better comfort and and its light weight making it...

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CladdaghLife Is Excited To Share Their Lifetime Guarantee With Customers

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, April 13, 2015 ) London, Ontario -- In this day and age people don't have to look far to find a story about someone who has been disappointed by the fact that the quality of a purchased product leaves much to be desired and that it doesn't take long before it's time for...

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J&J seeks bioethics advice on compassionate use of drugs
6 May 2015 at 10:26pm

WASHINGTON (AP) ? Dying patients sometimes seek emergency access to experimental medicines, desperate for a last-chance treatment even if there's little proof it could help. Now drug giant Johnson & Johnson is taking an unusual step, turning to independent bioethicists for advice on when to say yes or no.



Roche says FDA grants breakthrough therapy designation for venetoclax
6 May 2015 at 10:24pm

ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss drugmaker Roche said on Thursday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted breakthrough therapy designation for venetoclax for the treatment of people who have relapsed or refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia with a genetic abnormality. "We are pleased that the FDA has granted venetoclax breakthrough therapy designation and hope this regulatory pathway will help us bring venetoclax to people with this difficult-to-treat disease soon," Roche Chief Medical Officer and Head of Global Clinical Development Sandra Horning said in a statement. ...


Safety switches may redeem potent CAR T cancer therapies
6 May 2015 at 10:03pm
By Ransdell Pierson NEW YORK (Reuters) - New therapies that clinical data show can eliminate blood cancers such as leukemia and lymphoma in 40 percent to 90 percent of patients may have to be genetically modified to include a switch that shields healthy cells from attack. The therapies could generate tens of billions of dollars in annual sales for drugmakers including Kite Pharma and Juno Therapeutics Inc, once they are approved. The therapies involve using what are known as CAR T cells, which are white blood cells taken from the body and genetically modified to have the cancer-spotting traits of antibodies. Doctors say the reason is that the modified T cells cause inflammation because they kill so many cancer cells so quickly.

Factbox: Testing 'safety switches' for CAR T cancer therapies
6 May 2015 at 10:02pm
By Ransdell Pierson NEW YORK (Reuters) - Drugmakers are building safety "switches" that can be used to turn off powerful cancer therapies known as CAR T cells when they cause life-threatening inflammation or attack healthy tissue. Below are details of their plans: * Bellicum Pharmaceuticals Inc has developed a "switch" by genetically programming a CAR T cell to kill itself when exposed to a drug called rimiducid, originally used to control cells modified by gene therapy. The company aims in 2016 to begin a trial of BPX-401, a CAR T cell for leukemias and lymphomas that targets a protein called CD19 found on the surface of blood cancer cells. * Juno Therapeutics Inc has built safety switches into at least two of its experimental CAR T cells, including JCAR014 for patients with advanced leukemias.

J&J to consult ethicists on requests for experimental drugs
6 May 2015 at 9:11pm
By Sharon Begley NEW YORK (Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson will become the first pharmaceutical company to formally seek advice from outside medical ethicists on "compassionate use" requests, in which desperate patients ask drugmakers to let them take an experimental medication, the company announced on Thursday. The ethicists' recommendations will be advisory, with J&J making the decision. "I'd like to think this is a well-meaning way to make compassionate-use decisions as objective as possible," said Craig Klugman of DePaul University.

Beijing snuffs out suburban BBQs in pre-Olympic smog fight
6 May 2015 at 7:24pm
Beijing has extended a ban on outdoor barbecues to restaurants operating in some suburban areas as it tries to improve its notoriously poor air quality in case it wins the 2022 Winter Olympics, state news agency Xinhua reported. The government blames them for contributing to smog, despite much public ridicule that dirty factories are more to blame. The outlying suburb of Tongzhou, as well as parts of Shunyi, Miyun, Pinggu and Fangshan, will now have to follow the ban, the report issued late on Wednesday said, citing the Beijing Municipal Bureau of City Administration and Law Enforcement. Xinhua said this was part of efforts to ensure air quality is up to scratch in case Beijing wins the 2022 Games, a decision that will be made in late July.

Olympics-Beijing snuffs out suburban BBQs in pre-Olympic smog fight
6 May 2015 at 7:09pm
Beijing has extended a ban on outdoor barbecues to restaurants operating in some suburban areas as it tries to improve its notoriously poor air quality in case it wins the 2022 Winter Olympics, state news agency Xinhua reported. The government blames them for contributing to smog, despite much public ridicule that dirty factories are more to blame. The outlying suburb of Tongzhou, as well as parts of Shunyi, Miyun, Pinggu and Fangshan, will now have to follow the ban, the report issued late on Wednesday said, citing the Beijing Municipal Bureau of City Administration and Law Enforcement. Xinhua said this was part of efforts to ensure air quality is up to scratch in case Beijing wins the 2022 Games, a decision that will be made in late July.


Obese kids face stigma, flunk school: European research
6 May 2015 at 6:57pm

Obese children are far less likely to finish school than peers of normal weight, according to European research Thursday which also highlighted body image problems in kids as young as six. Britain had the second-highest rate with 23.1 percent, followed by Albania with 22 percent and Georgia with 20 percent, Bulgaria with 19.8 percent and Spain with 18.4 percent, said an analysis of data provided by 32 countries in the World Health Organization's 53-member Europe region. People are classified overweight if they have a BMI (body weight index, a ratio of weight to height) of 25 and higher, and obese from a BMI of 30. A second study presented at the congress said only 56 percent of children in Sweden who had received treatment for obesity completed 12 years or more of school, compared to 76 percent of normal-weight peers.



Under pressure, FDA to hold public meeting on off-label use
6 May 2015 at 6:35pm

By Toni Clarke WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will hold a public meeting this summer to address drug company concern that restrictions on what they can say about off-label use of drugs violate their First Amendment right to free speech. The meeting, announced last month by FDA chief counsel Elizabeth Dickinson, comes as a bill known as 21st Century Cures, designed to speed new drugs to market, is moving through Congress. Efforts by drug companies to change the rules gained steam after a 2012 decision from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, which overturned the conviction of Alfred Caronia, a sales representative for Orphan Medical, which was later acquired by Jazz Pharmaceuticals Inc. After Caronia was caught talking to physicians about various off-label uses of the narcolepsy drug Xyrem, the court said the First Amendment protected truthful and non-misleading off-label speech.


Cuba says to send 48-member medical team to Nepal
6 May 2015 at 6:15pm
The Cuban government will send a 48-member medical team including 22 doctors to Nepal in response to the April 25 earthquake that killed more than 7,600 people, official Cuban media said on Wednesday, citing Health Ministry officials. The Communist government has traditionally sent medical teams abroad in response to disasters, including last year when Cuba sent 256 doctors and nurses to three West African countries to treat patients in the Ebola outbreak. While Cuba provides doctors and nurses for disaster relief for free, it also exchanges them for cash or goods on more routine missions.


Thailand's new weapon to beat deep-south insurgency: DNA swabs
6 May 2015 at 4:58pm

By Amy Sawitta Lefevre YALA, Thailand (Reuters) - Thailand's military government has introduced a new strategy to curb the insurgency that has rumbled on in the country's jungle-blanketed deep south for more than a decade: DNA swabbing. It has been widely panned for mishandling the economy and undermining democracy, but the top brass that seized power a year ago can point to a drop of more than 50 percent in attacks by Muslim Malay rebels across the restive region. The Muslim Attorney Centre in the province of Pattani says security-related charges this year are set to exceed 2014's, in part because more DNA evidence is being used. While the military credits DNA collecting for the decrease in violence, lawyers and activists say the forced sweeps are further alienating locals in the Muslim-dominated provinces of Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat that were annexed by Thailand a century ago.


Despite U.S. efforts, bird flu thought to spread between farms
6 May 2015 at 4:55pm
By Tom Polansek CHICAGO (Reuters) - Poultry veterinarians in Minnesota believe an outbreak of avian flu has spread between farms, indicating the implementation of a U.S. strategy to contain the deadly bird disease failed in at least some cases. Wild birds are thought to be carriers of the flu virus, which can be tracked onto poultry farms by people or trucks that come into contact with contaminated feces. The U.S. Department of Agriculture, which until now has focused on water fowl spreading the bird flu, is investigating "the potential transmission of virus between operations," a spokeswoman said. In Minnesota, the biggest U.S. turkey producing state, delays in the killing of infected poultry flocks may have led to "a couple of cases" of the flu spreading from one farm to another, said Steve Olson, executive director of the Minnesota Turkey Growers Association.

Uganda's women, girls seek justice to halt sexual violence: rights group
6 May 2015 at 4:07pm
By Kieran Guilbert LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Tackling an "epidemic" of sexual violence in Uganda, in which disabled women and girls are most vulnerable to abuse, and seeking justice for the victims are at the heart of a campaign launched by the rights group Equality Now on Thursday. The #JusticeForGirls initiative will enable women and girls who suffer sexual violence to pursue justice through local channels, avoiding the slow, complex and expensive process of taking a case to court, Equality Now said. Victims have a "bleak prospect of accessing justice for such atrocious crimes", said the group's legal consultant, Kimberly Brown. Uganda is in the midst of a sexual violence epidemic, and most perpetrators go unpunished, the rights group said.


Who Should Teach Mindfulness Meditation?
6 May 2015 at 3:49pm

More and more people want to learn how to practice mindfulness meditation. This is wonderful, really, because the practice brings many benefits directly to individuals and, through them, to society at large. And, as demand increases so too does supply. As a result, there are more and more opportunities for learning mindfulness, both in secular...



IBM's Watson to guide cancer therapies at 14 centers
6 May 2015 at 3:27pm

(This version of the story has been refiled to correct name of USC unit participating in program, in the 12th paragraph) By Sharon Begley NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fourteen U.S. and Canadian cancer institutes will use International Business Machines Corp's Watson computer system to choose therapies based on a tumor's genetic fingerprints, the company said on Tuesday, the latest step toward bringing personalized cancer treatments to more patients. Oncology is the first specialty where matching therapy to DNA has improved outcomes for some patients, inspiring the "precision medicine initiative" President Barack Obama announced in January. Watson can do it in minutes and has in its database the findings of scientific papers and clinical trials on particular cancers and potential therapies. Faced with such a data deluge, "the solution is going to be Watson or something like it," said oncologist Norman Sharpless of the University of North Carolina Lineberger Cancer Center.


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