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Daily use of high-potency cannabis increases risk of psychosis by four times, study finds

Use of high-potency cannabis on a daily basis increases the risk of psychosis by four times, and in some cities the risk is more than nine times higher, according to a study published in The Lancet on 19 March 2019.

Neuroimaging maps brain changes in self-harming teenage girls.

Self-harm is when somebody intentionally damages or injures their body as a way of coping with very difficult feelings, painful memories or overwhelming situations.  Self-inflicted injury in adolescence is a serious public health concern with more than half of people who die by suicide having a history of self-harm. To date, however, the neurobiological underpinnings of self-harm is limited. ...

FDA issues partial hold on studies of AbbVie, Roche drug in multiple myeloma

A higher proportion of deaths were observed in the treatment arm versus control group of a study testing Venclexta in the blood cancer.

VitalHub Corp. Announces Closing of Acquisition of the Assets of the Oak Group, Inc.

TORONTO, March 20, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)

Gene variant associated with cellular aging

It is well known that psychiatric stress is associated with accelerated aging. Now, a new study shows that a gene mutation interacts with multiple types of psychiatric stress including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), pain and sleep disturbances in association with cellular aging.

Tighter Blood Pressure Control May Prevent Brain Lesions

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2019 -- Reducing high blood pressure in the elderly appears to lower their odds of developing brain lesions, a new study finds. "I think it's an important clinical finding, and a very hopeful one for elderly people who have...

Walk, Dance, Clean: Even a Little Activity Helps You Live Longer

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2019 -- Want a reason to get out of your comfy armchair? Even low levels of regular physical activity -- brisk walking, dancing or gardening -- can reduce your risk of premature death, a new study finds. Americans who got in...

Is Medical Pot a Blessing for Seniors?

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2019 -- Legalized medical pot may be a boon to older Americans, boosting their health and ability to work, a new study finds. "Research [on medical marijuana] has largely ignored older adults even though they experience the...

Breast Density Categorization Varies With Screening Modality

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2019 -- Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS) breast density categorization may vary by screening mammographic modality, according to a study published online March 19 in Radiology. Aimilia Gastounioti, Ph.D., from...

Patients With Diabetes at Increased Risk for Sleep Apnea

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2019 -- Patients with type 2 diabetes are at increased risk for developing obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), independent of other factors, according to a study published online March 12 in Diabetes Care. Anuradhaa Subramanian, from...

Healthy Food Rx Could Be Cost-Effective for Medicare, Medicaid

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2019 -- Economic incentives for healthier foods through Medicare and Medicaid could generate substantial health gains and be highly cost-effective, according to a study published online March 19 in PLOS Medicine. Yujin Lee,...

Sugary Drinks Tied to Cardiovascular Disease Mortality

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2019 -- Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) is associated with increased mortality, mainly cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality, according to a study published online March 18 in Circulation. Vasanti S. Malik,...

Daily Cannabis Use May Up Risk for Developing Psychotic Disorder

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2019 -- Cannabis use is associated with increased odds of psychotic disorder, according to a study published online March 19 in The Lancet Psychiatry. Marta Di Forti, Ph.D., from King's College London, and colleagues identified...

KCU Names Vice Provost for Oral Health Initiatives in Joplin

Kansas City University is committed to establishing a College of Dental Medicine on our Farber-McIntire Campus in Joplin Missouri. We will soon be completing our due diligence process and expect to be making a public announcement shortly. The hiring of Dr. Koelbl, a nationally recognized expert in dental education, is but one step towards the establishment of a world-class College of Dental Medi...

Alliance for Food and Farming: Studies Show “Dirty Dozen” Recommendations Unsupportable, Verify Produce Safety

Since 1995, an activist group has released a so-called “dirty dozen” produce list. However, peer reviewed studies show this list’s recommendations are not scientifically supportable while other studies show it may

Cydan Expands Team to Accelerate Development of Innovative Treatments for Patients Living with Rare Diseases

Yongchang Qiu, Ph.D., Named Vice President, Preclinical Development; Ryan Tyler, Ph.D., Named Senior Director, Preclinical Research; Niels Svenstrup, Ph.D., Promoted to Senior Vice President, Development Heather Halem, Ph.D., Named a Cydan Fellow Cydan, an orphan drug accelerator dedicated to creating therapies that improve the lives of p...

Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors With and Without Stroke History

Results of this study indicate that adults with history of stroke had higher odds of not engaging in healthy behaviors than their counterparts without a history of stroke. Preventing Chronic Disease

Vedolizumab Levels and Outcomes in Ulcerative Colitis

This study aimed to characterize the relationship between vedolizumab exposure and response in ulcerative colitis, adjusted for variables known to affect drug clearance and serum concentration. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Medical robotics firm Neural Analytics enrolls first subject in CODEX study

The study, which is being carried out at the Ochsner Clinical Foundation in New Orleans, Louisiana, uses an investigational iteration of the Lucid Robotic System (Lucid M1 Transcranial The post Medical robotics firm Neural Analytics enrolls first subject in CODEX study appeared first on Compelo Medical Devices - Latest industry news and analysis.

Peptomyc study details MYC-targeted cell-penetrating biologic

Intensive BP Meds in Elderly May Slow Hypertensive Brain Damage

The benefit by MRI in the small randomized INFINITY study with patients 75 years and older didn't come with improved cognition or mobility, but it also didn't raise risk of falling or syncope. Medscape Medical News

Insect Die-Off Study is ‘Alarmist By Bad Design’

ArticleLast month, a study predicted that approximately 40 percent of the earth’s insects would go extinct in the coming decades of the 21st century.

Shaving 10 Months Off Treatment Not Inferior Against Rifampin-Resistant TB

A new study in patients with rifampin-resistant tuberculosis (TB) is providing the first strong evidence that the Bangladesh protocol for treating multidrug-resistant (MDR)-TB, which is used for 9 to 11 months, is not inferior to the standard regimen recommended by the World Health Organization, which requires treatment for 20 months. Reuters Health Information

Ready-to-use glucagon for exercise-induced hypoglycaemia

This study will evaluate the ready-to-use, room-temperature stable liquid glucagon as a pre-treatment to prevent exercise-induced hypoglycemia... The post Ready-to-use glucagon for exercise-induced hypoglycaemia appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Dyve Bioscience Announces Positive Results from Pilot Study in Gout Pain at European Crystal Network Workshop 2019

Topical, transdermal sodium bicarbonate treatment significantly and safely reduced pain associated with an acute gout flare Dyve Bioscience, a biotech drug delivery company developing novel transdermal technologies for delivery of molecules through the skin, announced positive results from a human proof-of-concept pilot study of transdermal sodium bica...

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