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Meds Modify Microbiome, Mediating Their Effects.

The mechanisms of action of some common medications remain unknown but, in some cases, may involve the microorganisms within us. A new study by Wu et al. (2017) provides evidence that the type 2 diabetes drug metformin alters the gut microbiota, which in turn may mediate some of the drug's effects.

Fake Silk Causes Real Health Problems David Blanc Paul ( 2016 ) . Fake silk: The lethal history of viscose rayon. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. 328 pp (hardcover). ISBN 9780300204667.

Drug companies are unwilling to share information on trial protocols, study finds.

Fake facts and alternative truths in medical research.

Fake news and alternative facts have become commonplace in these so-called "post-factual times." What about medical research - are scientific facts fake as well? Many recent disclosures have fueled the claim that scientific facts are suspect and that science is in crisis. Scientists appear to engage in facting interests instead of revealing interesting facts. This can be observed in terms of what has been called polarised research, where some researchers continuously publish positive results while others pu...

Going beyond prescription pain relievers to understand the opioid epidemic: the role of illicit fentanyl, new psychoactive substances, and street heroin.

The opioid epidemic is associated with morbidity and mortality, and it has taken a vast toll on American society. While prescription opioid abuse is part of the opioid problem, it is by no means the entirety of it. Opioid abuse appears to have entered a technology-driven new world of clandestine labs all over the globe and many new synthetic analog, counterfeit, and adulterated drugs that arrive via the internet faster than the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) can catalog and outlaw them. To deal with ...

Temperature monitoring keeps meds safe.

Science and the "fake news" conundrum.

Why Fake Operations Are a Good Thing.

Exploratory analysis for the identification of false banknotes using portable X-ray Fluorescence spectrometer.

The aim of this study was to verify if a portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF) spectrometer can recognize the security features in banknotes that are reproducible by counterfeiters. Peruvian Nuevo Sol banknotes were studied: 4 genuine and 3 fake ones, in 11 points of analysis for each one, at all 77 data set. The correlation analysis of spectra among original notes was 1.0, and there was no correlation with fake banknotes. pXRF prove that two security features were reproducible for counterfeiters.

Web-based drug repurposing tools: a survey.

Drug repurposing (a.k.a. drug repositioning) is the search for new indications or molecular targets distinct from a drug's putative activity, pharmacological effect or binding specificities. With the ever-increasing rates of termination of drugs in clinical trials, drug repositioning has risen as one of the effective solutions against the risk of drug failures. Repositioning finds a way to reverse the grim but real trend that Eroom's law portends for the pharmaceutical and biotech industry, and drug discove...

Notes from the Field: Counterfeit Percocet-Related Overdose Cluster - Georgia, June 2017.

A Lightweight RFID Mutual Authentication Protocol Based on Physical Unclonable Function.

With the fast development of the Internet of Things, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has been widely applied into many areas. Nevertheless, security problems of the RFID technology are also gradually exposed, when it provides life convenience. In particular, the appearance of a large number of fake and counterfeit goods has caused massive loss for both producers and customers, for which the clone tag is a serious security threat. If attackers acquire the complete information of a tag, they can then ob...

On-Line two dimensional liquid chromatography based on skeleton type molecularly imprinted column for selective determination of sulfonylurea additive in Chinese patent medicines or functional foods.

Substandard and counterfeit anti-diabetic medicines directly influence the health and impose a great danger to individual patients and to public health. Counterfeiting has become a serious and underreported problem in the pharmaceutical industry. There are a large number of counterfeit medicines flooded in anti-diabetic markets which effect human health directly and indirectly. Therefore, some novel analytical techniques are necessary to be established for detecting these counterfeit drugs. In this study, a...

Preferences of Patients and Pharmacists with Regard to the Management of Drug-Drug Interactions: A Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis.

The management of drug-drug interactions (DDIs) is a complex process in which risk-benefit assessments should be combined with the patient's perspective.

Multiplex Assay for Identifying Animal Species Found in the Tibetan Area Using the Mitochondrial 12S rRNA Gene.

Southwestern China has an area with unique natural conditions located in alpine regions at altitudes from 2000 to 5000 m; this area is referred to as the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau (QTP). Unique animals, such as yaks (Bos grunniens), are found extensively on the plateau of Southwestern China due to its unique environment. In recent years, the prevalence of fake meat products such as fake jerky has increased in this area. This research was conducted as an attempt to develop a reliable multiplex polymerase cha...

Chitosan as biomaterial in drug delivery and tissue engineering.

Chitin is one of the most abundant polysaccharide found on earth. The deacetylated form of chitin viz. chitosan has been reported for its various important pharmacological properties and its role in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine is also well documented. Chitosan based bone graft substitutes are biocompatible, biodegradable, osteoconductive, osteoinductive and structurally similar to bone, with excellent mechanical strength and cost effectiveness. Chitosan based hydrogels and wound healing ban...

Biodegradable Microparticles for Simultaneous Detection of Counterfeit and Deteriorated Edible Products.

In an era of globalized trade relations where food and pharmaceutical products cross borders effortlessly, consumers face counterfeit and deteriorated products at elevated rates. This paper presents multifunctional, biodegradable hydrogel microparticles that can provide information on the authenticity and the potential deterioration of the tagged food or pharmaceutical formulations. These microparticles integrate spatially patterned authenticity code with two sensors-the first one detects possible presence ...

Preventable adverse drug events in critically ill HIV patients: Is the detection of potential drug-drug interactions a useful tool?

The aim of this study was to develop a strategy to identify adverse drug events associated with drug-drug interactions by analyzing the prescriptions of critically ill patients.

Overfeed the Bold, Starve the Cowardly: A Legend or Reality?

Although the negative effects of overconfidence are more likely to be mentioned in the literature, some researchers have argued that the benefits of overconfidence may outweigh its costs. We attempted to explore the positive effects of overconfidence in competitive situations. We had participants compete against fake opponents who were overconfident and then measured their competitive performance in two studies. In Study 1 we examined the effects of overconfidence on competitive performance in a competitive...

Detection of First-Line Drug Resistance Mutations and Drug-Protein Interaction Dynamics from Tuberculosis Patients in South India.

Diagnosis of drug-resistant tuberculosis predominantly relies on culture-based drug susceptibility testing, which take weeks to produce a result and a more time-efficient alternative method is multiplex allele-specific PCR (MAS-PCR). Also, understanding the role of mutations in causing resistance helps better drug designing.

Risk of AMD has decreased over the past few generations, study finds.

Children still wait too long to get mental healthcare, finds review.

Quantitative phosphoproteomic analysis of acquired cancer drug resistance to pazopanib and dasatinib.

Acquired drug resistance impacts the majority of patients being treated with tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) and remains a key challenge in modern anti-cancer therapy. The lack of clinically effective therapies to overcome resistance represents an unmet need. Understanding the signalling that drives drug resistance will facilitate the development of new salvage therapies to treat patients with secondary TKI resistance. In this study, we utilise mass spectrometry to characterise the global phosphoproteomic...

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Aimee Paterson-Young from White Cross Vets understands that learning to place an intravenous catheter on a live animal can be stressful for student veterinary nurses, so she makes fake legs for them to practise on.

Age is not a risk factor for complications after surgery in older patients, review finds.

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