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US Marshals seize dietary supplements containing kratom

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced today that U.S. Marshals, at the agency’s request, seized nearly 90,000 bottles of dietary supplements labeled as containing kratom. The product, manu...

Box: Korea comps

Korea rising Korea comps B. Christopher Kim, managing partner at Korea-Seoul Life Sciences Fund, told BioCentury the firm did not start out with a Korea focus. The fund closed at W75 billion ($67.5 mi...

South Korea considers approval of North Korea tuberculosis aid despite sanctions

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea is considering allowing a shipment tuberculosis medication to North Korea, a government official said on Thursday, despite newly imposed sanctions against the reclusive s...

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Korea rising Korea opens up Much like in the U.S. and Europe, established Korean biopharma companies have started to work with local universities and small biotechs to identify and invest in innovativ...

Table: Korea funds

Korea rising Korea funds The South Korean government has launched four funding initiatives totalling $2 billion to help spur R&D for innovative drugs and promote global expansion of the nation's biote...

KDDF, J&J Launch Joint Korea Diabetes R&D Program

South Korea is continuing to step up open innovation initiatives with the multinational pharma sector, with the aim of accelerating global licensing out deals by domestic companies. In its latest effo...

Recreational Drug Kratom Hits the Same Brain Receptors as Strong Opioids

Chemists study the neurochemistry of alkaloids from the Mitragyna plant  -- Read more on

The World Coalition for Botanical Development Responds to and Refutes New York Times Kratom Article

Times implies Kratom is addictive as hard drugs by: Robert Engle, World Coalition for Botanical Development (WCBD) The following is an opinion editorial provid...

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A nationwide study of patients hospitalised for poisoning in Korea based on Korea National Hospital Discharge In-Depth Injury Survey data from 2005 to 2009.

In light of the need to develop an integrated database on poisoning incidents in Korea, this study seeks to determine the characteristics of poisoning incidents in Korea by age, gender, location of in...

Copycat Suicide Induced by Entertainment Celebrity Suicides in South Korea.

Throughout the past several years, there have been a number of entertainment celebrity suicides in South Korea. The aim of this study was to investigate the clustering of suicides following celebritie...

Age-period-cohort analysis of the suicide rate in Korea.

The suicide rate has been increasing in Korea, and the country now has the highest rank in the world. This study aimed to present the long-term trends in Korea's suicide rate using Joinpoint analysis ...

National trends for the treatment of peripheral arterial disease in Korea between 2004 and 2013.

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) has been a major public health issue in the elderly. Advances in endovascular surgery have led to a substantial shift in the management of PAD. Although the nationwid...

Public Health and International Partnerships in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

David Hipgrave and colleagues argue that sustained collaboration is required to improve population health and health services in North Korea.

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