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  1. Just Published: "Acasti Pharma Inc. (APO) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review"Read the original story

    Yesterday | PR-inside.com

    The company researches, develops and commercializes active pharmaceutical ingredients for the management of cardiometabolic disorders. Its products include Onemia and CaPre.

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  2. Report Published: "Global Herpes Market 2014-2018"Read the original story

    Yesterday | PR-inside.com

    Generally, herpes covers two different diseases: oral herpes, also known as cold sores and genital herpes. While oral herpes affects the area around the mouth, genital herpes affects area around the genitals.

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  3. New Report Available: Nymox Pharmaceutical Corporation (NYMX) -...Read the original story

    Yesterday | PR-inside.com

    It undertakes the research and development of therapeutics and diagnostics devices to target the unmet needs of the aging population. The company's lead drug candidate is NX-1207, which is administered by urologist and is undergoing phase III clinical trials in the US for the treatment of BPH ..

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  4. Amgen Offers Impressive Upside As A New Product Cycle BeginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    ... of growth and income in this particular sector. The distinction between traditional pharmaceutical firms and biotech firms has blurred in my opinion. Traditional pharmaceutical firms for the most part would concentrate their research efforts around ...

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  5. HCP Has Now Earned A Prominent Position In My Retirement PortfolioRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    Having sold one position with a lower yield, weak business model, and a questionable future has given me enough cash to increase my income immediately. HCP Inc. announced a dividend increase for the 30th consecutive year .

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  6. Measles cases in California still climbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WLWT-TV Cincinnati

    The California Department of Public Health sent out the latest numbers Friday of confirmed cases since December and while the total is still small, the jump was a startling 54% in just more than a week. Most cases -- 58 -- are linked to an outbreak at Disneyland in mid-December.

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  7. Second California patient tests negative for Ebola hours after firstRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangor Daily News

    Two patients hospitalized in Sacramento, California, and tested for possible Ebola infection were found to be free of the deadly virus within hours of each other Friday. The first patient, whose case came to light Thursday, was transferred that day to the University of California-Davis Medical Center from a smaller hospital after having traveled recently in West Africa and exhibiting Ebola-like symptoms, officials said.

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  8. More than 100 cases of measles confirmed in USRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangor Daily News

    More than 100 people in the United States have been confirmed as infected with measles including 91 in California, most of them linked to an outbreak that began at Disneyland in December, public health officials said Friday. The California Department of Public Health said at least 58 of the cases of the highly infectious disease in the state have been epidemiologically linked to the Disneyland cluster.

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  9. Super Bowl: 4 Tips for a Super-Healthy Game DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Live Science

    Diet and exercise may not be the first thing on your mind on Super Bowl Sunday, but there are a number of easy steps you can take to make game day a little healthier. The super bowl can be 3.5 to 4 hours long, and if you spend that whole time sitting down, that's a lot of time on the couch.

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  10. Reps. Robin Kelly and Mike Simpson join forces on oral care for low-income AmericansRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    Rep. Robin Kelly and Rep. Mike Simpson have teamed up to support The Action for Dental Health Act of 2015, H.R. 539, would authorize Centers for Disease Control and Prevention grants to support volunteer dental projects. The American Dental Association's Action for Dental Health, U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly and U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson have one thing in common and a strong bond: a desire to improve dental health and especially the dental health of underserved, low-income Americans.

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  11. The Idea That Milk Is A 'Perfect Food' Has Been DiscreditedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Switched

    Embattled milk producers launched a social media campaign this week to rebuild public confidence in the health benefits of their product. While the government urges milk consumption, some studies have begun to suggest potential ill effects from drinking too much of the white stuff.

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  12. White House: Science indicates parents should vaccinate kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WKXW-FM Trenton

    President Barack Obama's spokesman, Josh Earnest, said Friday that decisions about vaccinations should be left to parents, but the science on vaccinations "is really clear." Some parents continue to believe debunked research linking vaccines to autism and refuse vaccinate their children.

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  13. The Importance of Protecting Biotech R&DRead the original story

    Yesterday | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

    We all know that the biotech industry is crucially important to the development of new medicines, so one might think that biotech companies all have large R&D operations that are actively working to develop new drugs. Surprisingly - and alarmingly - that's not the case.

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  14. Flu hospitalizations of elderly hit record high, CDC saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Crescent-News.com

    Some new evidence this is a particularly bad flu season: Flu-related hospitalizations of the elderly are the highest since the government started tracking that statistic nine years ago.

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  15. Milk does a body good A look at the scienceRead the original story

    Yesterday | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    Embattled milk producers launched a social media campaign this week to rebuild public confidence in the health benefits of their product. But how healthy is it? While the government urges milk consumption, some studies have begun to suggest potential ill effects from drinking too much of the white stuff.

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  16. Chimerix Ends Brincidofovir Ebola Trials To Focus On Adenovirus And CMVRead the original story

    Yesterday | Forbes.com

    I'm a pharmacologist, freelance science and medical writer, educator, and speaker with a passion for public understanding of science and medicine. I earned a Ph.D. in pharmacology and therapeutics from the University of Florida and a B.S. in toxicology from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science.

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  17. Emory, CDC team up to train hospitals in Ebola treatmentRead the original story

    Yesterday | WTVC

    Emory University's medical school and Emory Healthcare are teaming up with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to prepare hospitals to care for Ebola patients They will provide training, educational resources and consultations for the 48 U.S. medical centers that have been designated Ebola treatment centers. These medical centers have developed or are working on specialized hospital units to treat patients diagnosed with Ebola virus disease.

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  18. Science knows best: Vaccinate your childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Capitol Hill Blue

    Amid the measles outbreak stemming from California, the White House is telling parents that science indicates they should vaccinate their children. President Barack Obama's spokesman, Josh Earnest, said Friday that decisions about vaccinations should be left to parents, but the science on vaccinations "is really clear."

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  19. Exposure to certain chemicals may lead to early menopauseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Medical News

    Women who are exposed to certain chemicals are more likely to experience menopause at a younger age, according to a newly published study by a researcher from the University of Colorado School of Medicine at the Anschutz Medical Campus. The study, published in the journal PLOS ONE , reports that women exposed to certain chemicals experienced menopause 1.9 years to 3.8 years earlier than women with lower levels of the same chemicals.

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  20. Blood tests for Chikungunya virus and rheumatoid arthritis could produce similar resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Medical News

    A mosquito-borne virus that has spread to the Caribbean and Central and South America and has caused isolated infections in Florida often causes joint pain and swelling similar to that seen in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis also found that blood tests of patients with the Chikungunya virus and those with rheumatoid arthritis can produce similar results.

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