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Wednesday 19th February 2020

Investigation of antibiotic resistance determinants and virulence factors of uropathogenic Escherichia coli

Five-country research team led by @UCC researchers reports that eating a #Mediterraneandiet for a year boosts the types of gut bacteria linked to “healthy” aging:

Five-country research team led by @UCC researchers reports that eating a #Mediterraneandiet for a year boosts the types of gut bacteria linked to “healthy” aging:

South Korea reports spike in new virus cases linked to church services

South Korea's government reported 31 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday, after a new outbreak traced to church services in the southwestern city of Daegu, bringing the number of people infected in the country to 82.

South Korea coronavirus cases surge, majority linked to Daegu church

The mayor of a South Korean city at the center of a new coronavirus outbreak told residents to stay indoors on Thursday as a surge in confirmed cases linked to a local church raised the prospect of wider transmission.

Macrolide antibiotics in pregnancy are linked with birth defects, study suggests

Children of mothers who took macrolide antibiotics during early pregnancy have shown an increased risk of major birth defects, particularly heart defects, than children of mothers who took...

Coronavirus fears grip South Korean city; China reports drop in new infections

Coronavirus fears spread to South Korea on Thursday where the mayor of the country's fourth-largest city urged residents to stay indoors after a spike in infections linked to a church congregation, while China reported a sharp drop in new cases.

Some patients seeking physician-assisted death have also expressed their wishes to donate their tissues to science to help researchers treat and cure their illnesses in future generations > read it now at

Some patients seeking physician-assisted death have also expressed their wishes to donate their tissues to science to help researchers treat and cure their illnesses in future generations > read it now at

Pataday Switch Appoval Dilates Eye Drop Category As Alcon's OTC Sales Driver

With Pataday Once Daily Relief (0.2% olopatadine) and Twice Daily (0.1%), Alcon adds allergy treatment to its lineup of OTC...   

Bausch Expects US Approval In 2020 Of Preservative-Free OTC Ketotifen Eye Drop

Bausch says it expects US FDA to approve its ANDA for the first preservative-free OTC eye drop for ocular itching...   

Autism in young boys linked to phthalate exposure before birth

A new study published in February 2020 in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives shows that being exposed to phthalates during intrauterine life is associated with the occurrence of autistic traits in boys 3-4 years old, but not in girls. These include poor social interaction, repetitive behavior, and a narrow range of interests, stopping short of an actual diagnosis of autism.

Predictive Analytics in Healthcare: Quantzig’s Analytics Experts Weigh-in on Its Benefits by Analyzing Three High-value Use Cases

Quantzig, a global data analytics and advisory firm, that delivers actionable analytics solutions to resolve complex business problems has announced the completion of its latest article that outlines

Excessive Masculinity Linked to High Suicide Risk

Excessive masculinity is linked to a significantly increased risk for death by suicide in men, a finding that underscores the central role of gender in suicide death, new research shows. Medscape Medical News

Gilead Appoints Michael Quigley to Lead Research Biology Group and Names Linda Higgins as Head of Company’s External Innovation Center

Gilead Sciences, Inc. (Nasdaq: GILD) announced today that Michael Quigley, PhD has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Research Biology, bringing to the role deep experience in oncology and immuno-oncology biology. Dr. Quigley joins Gilead from Bristol-Myers Squibb, where most recently he was Vice President and Head, Tumor Microenvironment Modulation Thematic Research Center and Site H...

Common Plastics Chemicals Linked to Autism Traits in Young Boys

WEDNESDAY, Feb. 19, 2020 -- Young boys whose mothers were exposed to chemicals known as phthalates while pregnant may face an increased risk for developing behaviors associated with autism, a new study warns. Phthalates are chemicals found in many...

Mediterranean Diet May Modulate Gut Bacteria in Seniors

WEDNESDAY, Feb. 19, 2020 -- For older persons, following a Mediterranean diet (MedDiet) is associated with an increased abundance of specific taxa linked to markers of lower frailty and improved cognitive function, according to a study published...

Sensorion appoints gene therapy expert Dr Géraldine Honnet as Chief Medical Officer

New Chief Medical Officer has a deep expertise in gene therapy and small molecule clinical development across disease areas Appointment accelerates strategic move into gene therapy to potentially restore hearing Regulatory News: Sensorion (Paris:ALSEN) (FR0012596468 – ALSEN), a pioneering clinical-stage biotech company which specializes in the development of novel therapies to restore, t...

Tuesday 18th February 2020

Gilead Sciences to Present at the Cowen and Company 40th Annual Health Care Conference on Monday, March 2, 2020

Webcast Available Through Gilead Corporate Website Gilead Sciences, Inc. (Nasdaq: GILD) today announced that Johanna Mercier, Chief Commercial Officer, and Merdad Parsey, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Officer, will participate in a fireside chat at the Cowen and Company 40th Annual Health Care Conference in Boston on Monday, March 2 at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time. The live webcast can be accessed at the ...

Certain factors linked with discontinuing breast cancer therapy

(Wiley) For women with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer, long-term endocrine therapy can greatly reduce the risk of recurrence. Many women, especially those in underserved populations, do not continue treatment, however. A new Psycho-Oncology study uncovers some of the factors that may be involved.

Maternal obesity linked to ADHD and behavioral problems in children, NIH study suggests

(NIH/Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development) Maternal obesity may increase a child's risk for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to an analysis by researchers from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), part of the National Institutes of Health.

A new model of the worm C. elegans to progress in the study of a rare disease

(IDIBELL-Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute) he IDIBELL Neurometabolic Diseases group, with international collaboration, has identified a model of chromosome X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy (x-ALD) in the earthworm C. elegans, this is a rare disorder of the nervous system with no treatment available.

Weed-derived compounds in Serbian groundwater could contribute to endemic kidney disease

(American Chemical Society) People living in Balkan farming villages along the Danube River have long suffered from a unique type of kidney disease known as Balkan endemic nephropathy. Recently, scientists linked the disorder to compounds from a local weed that could be taken up into food crops from the soil. Now, researchers reporting in ACS' journal Environmental Science & Technology have discov...

From obesity to liver cancer: Can we prevent the worst?

(Université de Genève) Hepatocellular carcinoma, a liver cancer linked to the presence of fat in the liver, is one of the leading causes of cancer death worldwide. Scientists (UNIGE) have discovered a protein involved in the progression of a "fatty liver" towards cancer. This protein could allow early detection of the risk of developing liver cancer and open the way to new targeted therapies. Th...

AGTC Announces Completion of Enrollment in the Two Highest Dose Groups of its Ongoing Phase 1/2 Clinical Trial in Patients with X-Linked Retinitis Pigmentosa

GAINESVILLE, Fla. and CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Feb. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Applied Genetic Technologies Corporation (Nasdaq: AGTC), a biotechnology company conducting human clinical trials of adeno-associated virus (AAV)-based gene therapies for the treatment of rare diseases, today announced that it has completed enrollment in the two highest dose groups of its Phase 1/2 clinical trial ev...

DevaCurl Faces Multiple Class Actions As Latest Brand Linked To Hair Loss

The company maintains that its products are safe, but plaintiffs in proposed class actions allege it has knowingly put consumers...    

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