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  1. The TripRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | Pax Nortona

    In a few days, we will leave our home and our pets in the hands of a housesitter; then, board a plane for Paris by way of Salt Lake City. The next day, we will take the Chunnel to London where we will spend a week before going to Africa.


  2. FDA on notice as China pushes drug exportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 30 | Salt Lake Tribune

    Washington a During a visit to Zhejiang Hisun Pharmaceutical Co.' s factory in the Chinese city of Taizhou this year, FDA inspectors noticed a worrisome sign.


  3. Stuart Cox inquest: 23-year-old suffered from depression following...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 28 |

    A WANDERERS fan who was found dead in his flat suffered from depression following the deaths of his mother and grandmother - and was also facing cuts to his benefits. In inquest heard that Stuart Cox took an overdose of prescription drugs - but a coroner ruled his death was accidental.


  4. Conduction velocity is regulated by sodium channel inactivation in...Read the original story

    Monday Sep 28 | CiteULike

    The Journal of physiology , Vol. 586, No. 4. , pp. 1089-1103, doi:10.1113/jphysiol.2007.145383 Axonal conduction velocity varies according to the level of preceding impulse activity.


  5. Assessment of the mechanisms involved in the removal of emerging...Read the original story

    Monday Sep 21 | CiteULike

    The effect of microalage on the removal of emerging contaminants has been evaluated. Volatilization was relevant for compounds with a moderate Henry's law constant.


  6. Horses, Autism, and HealingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 16 | The Huffington Post

    This story is from my new book RIDING HOME - The Power of Horses to Heal and appears in Chapter 8 - "I Wish People Had Ears Like Horses". It is this amazing power of horses to heal and teach us about ourselves that is accessible to everyone and found in the pages this book.


  7. Explore Antiepileptic Drugs Market (Drug Type and Geography) 2013-2020Read the original story

    Monday Sep 14 |

    Antiepileptic Drugs Market Size, Share, Global Trends, Company Profiles, Demand, Insights, Analysis, Research, Report, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast, 2013 - 2020 Portland, OR -- Antiepileptic drugs are commonly termed as anticonvulsants or antiseizure drugs, which are used in symptomatic treatment of epileptic seizures. The epileptic seizures show recurring episodes and occur due to wrong signal sent by nerve cells to the brain.


  8. How to Avoid a Lifetime of Spinal ComplicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 13 | Daily Monitor

    There are a number of conditions which can affect the spinal cord and lead to lifelong defects. Christine Katende and Beatrice Nakibuuka explore the risks and complications.


  9. Study results show that once-daily 800mg eslicarbazepine acetate has...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 10 | Medical News Today

    Final results of the non-interventional EPOS study, presented at the International Epilepsy Congress in Istanbul, show that when once-daily eslicarbazepine acetate is added to a monotherapy there are resultant beneficial effects on patient-rated quality of life and clinician-rated improvement .1 Average patient-rated quality of life score decreased from 2.9 at baseline to 2.4 after 3 months and 2.1 after 6 months.1 The majority of patients have shown to be 'much improved' or 'very much improved' on the clinician-rated improvement after 3 months and 6 months .1 Additional EPOS study programme data presented at IEC show that eslicarbazepine acetate is effective and well tolerated in clinical settings, regardless of the monotherapy that is added.2 Retention rates at 6 months when in combination with eslicarbazepine acetate are 100% for carbamazepine , 85.5% for levetiracetam , 80.0% for ... (more)


  10. Drug-induced endoplasmic reticulum and oxidative stress responses...Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 8 | CiteULike

    Drug-induced liver injury is an important clinical problem. Here, we used a genomics approach to in detail investigate the hypothesis that critical drug-induced toxicity pathways act in synergy with the pro-inflammatory cytokine tumor necrosis factor I to cause cell death of liver HepG2 cells.


  11. Global and Chinese Carbamazepine F 2015-2020 - Market Share,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2015 | SBWire

    Global and Chinese Carbamazepine F 2015-2020 Market Research Report The report firstly reviews the basic information of Carbamazepine F including its classification, application and manufacturing technology; The report then explores global and China's top manufacturers of Green Coffee Bean Extractlisting their product specification, capacity, Production value, and market share etc.


  12. The Market of Muscle Spasm Is Likely to Show Steady Growth During the ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2015 | SBWire

    Muscle spasm is involuntary, sudden contraction of muscle or group of muscles of the body. Muscle spasm is also known as muscle cramp or involuntary hypertonicity.


  13. U Of FLorida Scientists Warn Of Pharmaceutical Peril For Aquatic Organisms In Urban RiversRead the original story

    Aug 20, 2015 | Agri Marketing

    U OF FLORIDA SCIENTISTS WARN OF PHARMACEUTICAL PERIL FOR AQUATIC ORGANISMS IN URBAN RIVERS Aug. 21, 2015 Source: Univ. of Florida news release River beds in urban areas worldwide store pharmaceuticals, and University of Florida scientists warn they can pose a potential environmental danger to aquatic organisms.


  14. Traumatic, sometimes deadly, skin condition persists in Canada despite being largely preventableRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2015 | Vancouver Sun

    Nearly blind, covered in burn-like blisters and barely able to swallow, Sonia Whyte-Croasdaile lay in hospital for six agonizing weeks. As she did, her face was transformed into a swollen, peeling mask, her weight plummeted, and the lining of her throat disintegrated.


  15. Mother-of-two suffers horrific allergic reaction to epilepsy...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2015 | Daily Mail

    Mother-of-two suffers horrific allergic reaction to epilepsy medication causing her face to swell and skin to split open A mother-of-two was left in absolute agony and fearing she would die, after a rare allergy to medication caused her face to swell and 'split open like a sausage'. Unable to stand and fearing for her life, Mrs Simmon's husband Steve, 57, drove her to Chase Farm Hospital in Enfield, Middlesex.


  16. Is It Time To Fight PPCPs?Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2015 | Water Online

    There's no question that they have found their way into our water supply and there's evidence to suggest they are neutering fish, making birds fat, and exposing drinkers to gender-morphing side effects. By initiating bizarre, if rare, incidences like these , the prevalence of pharmaceutical and personal care products in wastewater prompts questions about the real dangers they might pose and what wastewater treatment plants should be doing to fight back.


  17. Antiepileptic monotherapy does not increase intrauterine death riskRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2015 | Medical News

    Neither type nor dosage of antiepileptic drug affects the risk of intrauterine death among pregnant women with epilepsy when given as monotherapy, suggests research. The only treatment-related factor found to increase the risk was the use of polytherapy, which the researchers, led by TorbjA rn Tomson , note "is best avoided to also reduce other teratogenic risks".


  18. Highlighting foetal syndromeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2015 | The Otago Daily Times

    Foetal Anti-convulsant Syndrome NZ executive officer Denise Astill in Dunedin yesterday with Karen Hammond and son Hartley Newell. Photo by Gerard O'Brien.


  19. Astellas Provides Update on Phase 3 Study Evaluating Isavuconazole in ...Read the original story

    Jul 29, 2015 | Freshnews

    Astellas today announced topline results from the Phase 3 ACTIVE study evaluating the efficacy and safety of intravenous and oral isavuconazole, commercially known as CRESEMBA , under development for adults with candidemia and other invasive Candida infections. Results from the study demonstrated that the trial did not meet its primary endpoint of non-inferiority in overall treatment response in isavuconazole-treated patients at the end of IV therapy compared to caspofungin.


  20. Gene Expression Regulation and Pathway Analysis After Valproic Acid...Read the original story

    Jul 28, 2015 | Toxicological Sciences

    E-mail: Differentiating pluripotent stem cells in vitro have proven useful for the study of developmental toxicity. Here, we studied the effects of anticonvulsant drug exposure in a human embryonic stem cell -based neurodevelopmental toxicity test .