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  1. Presence of pharmaceuticals in fish collected from urban rivers in...Read the original story

    Monday Apr 16 | U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

    Huerta, B., S. Rodriguez-Mozaz, Jim Lazorchak, D. Barcelo, A. Batt, J. Wathen, AND L. Stahl. Presence of pharmaceuticals in fish collected from urban rivers in the U.S. EPA 20082009 National Rivers and Streams Assessment.

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  2. All-female engineer team tackles cleaning space station waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 12 | USA Today

    All-female engineer team tackles cleaning space station water The team was one of 25 competing in a yearly engineering contest, the WERC Environmental Design Contest. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2GSMuwt Lacyn Touchard, an environmental engineering student from Louisiana State University along with her team, practices what they will be saying to judges as they present their system for direct potable water reuse at the 28th annual WERC Environmental Design Contest at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, Tuesday April 10, 2018.

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  3. Ligand Pharmaceuticals (LGND) Receives Coverage Optimism Score of 0.23Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 12 | Daily Political

    News headlines about Ligand Pharmaceuticals have been trending somewhat positive this week, Accern Sentiment Analysis reports. The research firm ranks the sentiment of press coverage by monitoring more than 20 million blog and news sources in real-time.

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  4. Scientist searches for alternatives to opioidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 10 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Since ancient times, humans have used opium and its derivatives to block pain. Yet in all that time, no one has found a solution to two main side effects of opioids-addiction and overdose.

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  5. 3 Things Pharmacists Should Know About Toxic Epidermal NecrolysisRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 3 | Pharmacy Times

    Toxic epidermal necrolysis is a rare life-threatening skin disorder that can be caused by certain medications. After watching a recent poignant episode of the show Grey's Anatomy, I was reminded of the severity of the condition.

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  6. Global Epilepsy Therapeutics Market Segmentation, Application,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 3 | SBWire

    Epilepsy refers to a chronic disorder in which seizures reoccur unprovoked. The cases of epilepsy exhibit more than one type of seizure and may have other symptoms of neurological problems too.

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  7. Exposure to epilepsy drug in womb can hamper kid's gradesRead the original story

    Friday Mar 30 | Newkerala.com

    Washington D.C. , Mar 30 : Epilepsy drug exposure in the mother's womb is linked to poorer school test results among 7-year-olds, according to a study. The research recommends that mums-to-be need to be fully informed of the risks of treatment, but these should be weighed against the need for effective seizure control during pregnancy, say the researchers.

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  8. Epilepsy drug exposure in womb may affect school grades: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 30 | The Indian Express

    Women with epilepsy who need drugs to control their seizures are currently advised to continue taking them during pregnancy because convulsions can harm both mother and the unborn child. Moms-to-be, take note! Taking epilepsy drugs during pregnancy may affect your child's grades in school, a study has found.

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  9. Epilepsy Drug Exposure in Utero Tied to Poorer AcademicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 30 | PsychCentral

    Fetal exposure to certain epilepsy drugs is associated with significantly poorer school test results, according to a new UK study conducted by the Neurology Research Group at Swansea University Medical School in Wales. The findings, published in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry , reveal that seven year-olds who were exposed to the epilepsy drug sodium valproate - or to multiple epilepsy drugs - in the womb achieved significantly poorer school test scores than those in the control group.

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  10. Epilepsy drug exposure in womb is linked to poorer school test results, study revealsRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 29 | Science Daily

    Researchers have found that exposure to epilepsy drugs in the womb is linked to significantly poorer school test results among 7-year-olds. Researchers from the Neurology Research Group in the Swansea University Medical School found that exposure to epilepsy drugs in the womb is linked to significantly poorer school test results among 7 year olds.

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  11. Study reveals epilepsy drug exposure in womb is linked to poorer school testRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 28 | EurekAlert!

    Researchers from the Neurology Research Group in the Swansea University Medical School found that exposure to epilepsy drugs in the womb is linked to significantly poorer school test results among 7 year olds. Researchers from the Neurology Research Group in the Swansea University Medical School found that exposure to epilepsy drugs in the womb is linked to significantly poorer school test results among 7 year olds.

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  12. Fetal Exposure to Epilepsy Drug Tied to Lower School Grades LaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 26 | HON

    There's another study that finds that taking the epilepsy drug valproate while pregnant may take an intellectual toll on offspring. Children whose mothers took the anti-seizure medication during pregnancy appear to get lower scores on school tests, the new study finds.

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  13. Epilepsy drug exposure in womb linked to significantly poorer school test resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 26 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Exposure to epilepsy drugs in the womb is linked to significantly poorer school test results among 7 year olds, finds research published online in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry . Mums-to-be need to be fully informed of the risks of treatment, but these should be weighed against the need for effective seizure control during pregnancy , say the researchers.

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  14. Fetal Exposure to Epilepsy Drug Tied to Lower School Grades LaterRead the original story

    Monday Mar 26 | US News & World Report

    There's another study that finds that taking the epilepsy drug valproate while pregnant may take an intellectual toll on offspring. Children whose mothers took the anti-seizure medication during pregnancy appear to get lower scores on school tests, the new study finds.

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  15. Researchers: Campaign against antipsychotics may have led to rise in riskier drug useRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 19 | McKnightsonline.com

    Instead of decreasing drug use, prescribers looking to treat behavioral issues among dementia patients merely may be shifting from antipsychotics to mood stabilizers. That's the finding of a new study of nursing homes published online first by JAMA this weekend in conjunction with the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry Annual Meeting.

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  16. 10 tips to help patients through benzodiazepine withdrawalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 20 | Kevin, M.D.

    As physicians, we are experts at prescribing medications. However, we often fail miserably when it comes to recognizing adverse reactions and tapering medications.

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  17. Self-Care for Central Nervous System DisordersRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 20 | Pharmacy Times

    Case 1: Antiepileptic Medications and Bone Health Q: OT, a 43-year-old woman, is seeking a recommendation for a vitamin D supplement. She reports having a seizure disorder for which she has been prescribed and has been compliant with phenytoin therapy for many years.

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  18. Ticagrelor InteractionsRead the original story

    Mar 13, 2018 | Pharmacy Times

    Ticagrelor is an orally administered drug that is a direct-acting antagonist of the P2Y12 receptor resulting in reduced platelet aggregation.1 Ticagrelor differs from clopidogrel and prasugrel in that it is not a prodrug but is extensively metabolized to an active metabolite by CYP3A4. Presystemic metabolism of ticagrelor reduces its bioavailability to about 35%.1 Ticagrelor is also a substrate and inhibitor of P-glycoprotein .

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  19. Man organised own funeral before killing himselfRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Emirates worker, 46, killed himself after organising his own funeral and compiling a CD tagged 'My Last Song' when he discovered he had same rare genetic disease that killed his mother Bart Andriessen, 46, feared he would suffer after being diagnosed with the debilitating condition MELAS which affects the nervous system An Emirates worker killed himself after organising his own funeral when he discovered he has the same rare disease that killed his mother. Bart Andriessen, 46, feared he would suffer after being diagnosed with the debilitating condition MELAS which affects the nervous system.

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  20. Glutathione S-transferase M1 and T1 polymorphisms and the risk of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2018 | BioMed Central

    The aim of this study was to evaluate whether the glutathione S-transferase M1 and T1 null alleles may contribute to carbamazepine-induced hepatotoxicity. A cross-sectional prospective study was conducted to identify the frequency distribution of GSTM1 and GSTT1 alleles in 129 Tunisian epileptic patients treated with carbamazepine.

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