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Public Health Implications of Counterfeit Medications.

Counterfeit medications are broadly defined as drugs that can contain inadequate amounts of active ingredients, contain the wrong active ingredients, be contaminated with harmful substances, and/or be falsely labeled. These medications are a public health issue globally, and their presence in the United States is growing. Counterfeit medications are produced without regulatory oversight and are distributed illegally, often via online sources. Use of these medications can result in adverse effects or a lack ...

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

Temperature monitoring keeps meds safe.

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 ...

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...

Pet dogs' behavior when the owner and an unfamiliar person attend to a faux rival.

While dog owners ascribe different emotions to their pets, including jealousy, research on secondary emotions in nonhuman animals is very limited and, so far, only one study has investigated jealousy in dogs (Canis familiaris). This work explores jealousy in dogs one step further. We conducted two studies adapting a procedure devised to assess jealousy in human infants. In each study 36 adult dogs were exposed to a situation in which their owner and a stranger ignored them while directing positive attention...

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.

Fake Silk: The Lethal History of Viscose Rayon.

Substandard medicines: a greater problem than counterfeit medicines?

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...

Abuse of fentanyl: An emerging problem to face.

Fentanyl is a potent synthetic opioid used as a narcotic analgesic supplement in general and regional anesthesia as well as in management of persistent, severe chronic pain. Alarming epidemiological and forensic medicine reports, accumulated mainly during the last two decades, point to a growing increase in illicit use of fentanyl, mainly in North America and Europe. Toxicological data indicates that fentanyl use is inextricably linked with polydrug use. There are two main sources of fentanyl on the "recrea...

The science of fake news.

Roles of the right temporo-parietal and premotor cortices in self-location and body ownership.

In the rubber hand illusion (RHI), the feeling that a fake hand belongs to oneself can be induced by the simultaneous, congruent touch of the fake visible hand and one's own hidden hand. This condition is also associated with a recalibration of the perceived location of the real hand. A cortical network, including premotor and temporo-parietal areas, has been proposed as the basis of the RHI. However, the causal contribution of these areas to the discrete illusory components remains unclear. We used transcr...

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...

Investigating the correlation between wastewater analysis and roadside drug testing in South Australia.

The societal impact of drug use is well known. An example is when drug-intoxicated drivers increase the burden on policing and healthcare services.

Progress in Research Drug Eluting Stents Drug-looding and Drug Release Kinetics.

Drug eluting stents are one of the main devices of coronary intervention, which play a therapeutic role through the combination of medical devices. Drug is an important part of the drug eluting stents. The loading method, the type of carrier, drug and carrier interaction and the preparation process of the drug directly affect the drugs release kinetics characteristics of the device and the final treatment. According to the characteristics of the drug coating, drug coated stents can be divided into non-degra...

CADS: CRISPR/Cas12a-Assisted DNA Steganography for Securing the Storage and Transfer of DNA-encoded Information.

Because DNA has the merit of high capacity and complexity, DNA steganography, which conceals DNA-encoded messages, is very promising in information storage. Classical DNA steganography method hides DNA with "secret message" in a mount of junk DNA, and the message can be extracted by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) using specific primers (key), followed by DNA sequencing and sequence decoding. As leakage of the primer information may result in message insecurity, new methods are needed to better secure the D...

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

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.

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

Physical activity reduces risk of depression at any age, finds study.

Women see no benefit from colorectal cancer screening, study finds.

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

Campaigners vow to fight on after report finds no link between hormone test and birth defects.

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