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Study Examines Reasons for High Cost of Prescription Drugs in US, Approaches to Reduce Costs - 08.25.2016

High prescription drug prices are attributable to several causes, including the approach the US has taken to granting government-protected monopolies to drug manufacturers, and the restriction of price negotiation at a level not observed in other industrialized nations, according to a new study.More »

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Concussions and Brain Injury: Can Omega-3 Intake Aid in Brain Health Recovery? - 08.25.2016

The treatment of concussions and traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a clinical challenge. According to emerging science and clinical experience, aggressive intake of omega-3 fatty acids (n-3FA) seems to be beneficial to TBI, concussion, and post-concussion syndrome patients.More »

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Study Uses Geo-Mapping to Identify 'Hot Spots' for Use of Fentanyl and Other Opiates - 08.24.2016

As the US experiences sharp increases in drug overdoses, researchers are using geo-mapping to look at the state, neighborhood by neighborhood, to identify 'hot spots' where the use of prescription fenMore »

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Calcium Supplements Linked to Dementia Risk in Women With Certain Health Conditions - 08.18.2016

Calcium supplements may be associated with an increased risk of dementia in older women who have had a stroke or other signs of cerebrovascular disease, according to a new study.

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Acetaminophen Does Not Aggravate Children's Asthma - 08.18.2016

Contrary to earlier reports, giving acetaminophen (Tylenol, etc.) for pain and fever does not worsen asthma in young children with the condition, concludes a recent randomized trial.

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