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GSK HIV Segment Receives Boost with Long-Acting Injection

GSK HIV Segment Receives Boost with Long-Acting Injection

A GlaxoSmithKline developed long-acting injection that is given once per month proved to be as effective as standard pills taken daily for controlling AIDS, which lifted the prospects for the drug maker’s key business related to... 
Experts in Public Health Say Drink Coffee

Experts in Public Health Say Drink Coffee

A court ruling earlier this week in California said that a warning label for cancer should be required for coffee has left many in the scientific community quite puzzled. There is much research that shows coffee does not cause cancer,... 
Department of Insurance in California Opens Investigation of Aetna

Department of Insurance in California Opens Investigation of Aetna

California’s Department of Insurance has opened an investigation of insurance giant Aetna after a doctor, who was once employed by the company, admitted under oath that he never looked at the records of patients prior to deciding... 
Viagra Will Become Generic, Less Expensive and Readily Available

Viagra Will Become Generic, Less Expensive and Readily Available

Beginning Monday, Pfizer’s Viagra will face much more competition. The Pfizer brand name for sildenafil, the drug for erectile dysfunction, first hit the market during 1998 and become a bestseller, as in more than $1.5 billion in... 
EPA And Herbicide Makers Reach Agreement on Dicamba Limits for Use

EPA And Herbicide Makers Reach Agreement on Dicamba Limits for Use

The White House administration reached a new deal with three of the major agribusiness companies for labeling requirements, which remain voluntary, for the controversial herbicide dicamba that has been blamed for hurting crops. On... 
The Taller Your Are, the Higher Your Risk for VTE

The Taller Your Are, the Higher Your Risk for VTE

Did you know that height could be a health risk factor? A new study suggests that the taller you are, the higher is your risk for developing a blood clot in the veins. This type of potentially deadly blood clout is called venous thromboemilism... 
Can Simple Dietary Maintenance Really Reverse the Onset of Type-II Diabetes?

Can Simple Dietary Maintenance Really Reverse the Onset of Type-II Diabetes?

Diabetes can be a debilitating condition, particularly for those who develop Type II at some stage in their lives. But a new study suggests that there is hope for these patients as it looks like there may be a way to reverse the progression... 
Diabetic women may live longer if they consume tea or coffee regularly

Diabetic women may live longer if they consume tea or coffee regularly

A news study has suggested that diabetic women may live longer if they consumer tea or coffee regularly and while the study does reveal positive of these two beverages, we advise our readers to seek medical help and not fight their... 
Have wine with meal to reduce chances of heart attack, study suggests

Have wine with meal to reduce chances of heart attack, study suggests

Having wine with meal could reduce chances of heart attack, a new study suggests. According to Creina Stockley, a clinical psychologist and Health and Regulatory Information Manager, having wine with meal could also improve memory... 
Fat wives put their husband’s health at risk, study says

Fat wives put their husband’s health at risk, study says

Researchers have shown through a study that fat or obese women could put the health of their husbands at risk owing to their love for food. According to the study, middle-aged men with obese wives are likely to develop type-two diabetes... 
Household chores could help burn up to 600 calories in 2 hours

Household chores could help burn up to 600 calories in 2 hours

Burning calories is of paramount importance to ensure that your body doesn’t start depositing the extra fat and all the more important for all those who stay indoors most of the time. According to a study conducted by the Good...