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  1. Parents of newborn babies not aware of consequences of screeningRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 2 | PhysOrg Weblog

    A team of University of Manchester researchers have found that changes are urgently needed in how parents are informed about newborn bloodspot screening to ensure they understand it and its consequences for them and their baby. The research, which will be launched today at The University, suggests changes could be made which would not only ensure parents are better informed, but which could be more cost-effective than current practice.

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  2. Study examines survival of very low birthweight babiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 27 | PhysOrg Weblog

    A new study published in Acta Paediatrica indicates that survival of babies born weighing ?500 g is poor despite advances in neonatal care. The study included 104 babies born over 15 years in North East England and North Cumbria, in the UK, who were ?22 weeks gestation and ?500 grams , of which 49 were admitted for intensive care.

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  3. Comprehensive pharmacogenomic study reveals an important role of...Read the original story

    Monday Sep 25 | CiteULike

    To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. To identify genetic basis of interindividual variability in montelukast exposure, we determined its pharmacokinetics and sequenced 379 pharmacokinetic genes in 191 healthy volunteers.

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  4. Asthma drug tied to nightmares, depressionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 23 | KNDO

    The asthma medication Singulair appears linked to neuropsychiatric side effects, such as depression, aggression, nightmares and headaches, according to a new review by Dutch researchers. "In our study, we give prescribing physicians the advice to be alert for signs and symptoms for allergic granulomatous angiitis [a rare complication associated with the drug] and for severe neuropsychiatric symptoms," said study lead author Dr. Meindina Haarman.

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  5. Low screening rates for adolescents diagnosed with PID in the nation's emergency departmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 22 | PhysOrg Weblog

    The nation's emergency departments had low rates of complying with recommended HIV and syphilis screening for at-risk adolescents, though larger hospitals were more likely to provide such evidence-based care, according to a study presented during the 2017 American Academy of Pediatrics national conference.

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  6. Asthma medication cause nightmares and depressionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 21 | Daily Mail

    Aaron Hernandez's family to sue NFL and Patriots after tests reveal disgraced star DID have CTE: Brain tests after prison suicide show he had one of the most severe forms of the disease ever found 'I will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged US dotard with fire': Kim Jong-un lays into 'gangster' Trump and says he will 'pay dearly' for threatening to destroy North Korea Trump unveils sweeping sanctions to shut down North Korea's economy by stopping nations from trading with Kim and choking off his shipping Zuckerberg says Facebook will give Congress copies of the 3,000 ads it sold to Russia-linked accounts before the elections Obama's UN ambassador Samantha Power asked for hundreds of 'unmaskings' of Americans in classified material - right up until Trump's inauguration Two teens 'acting on the orders' of a younger girl 'raped a girl for hours' after kidnapping her, stuffing a ... (more)

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  7. Resurgence of whooping cough may owe to vaccine's inability to prevent infectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 21 | PhysOrg Weblog

    The startling global resurgence of pertussis, or whooping cough, in recent years can largely be attributed to the immunological failures of acellular vaccines, Boston University School of Public Health researchers argue in a new journal article. The article, published in F1000 Research , points to the differences in mucosal immunity between whole-cell pertussis vaccines and the newer acellular pertussis vaccines, first introduced in the 1990s, as playing a pivotal role in the resurgence of the disease.

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  8. Asthma medication may have psychiatric side effectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 20 | PhysOrg Weblog

    In a Pharmacology Research & Perspectives study, the asthma medication montelukast was linked with neuropsychiatric reactions such as depression and aggression, with nightmares being especially frequent in children. For the study, investigators examined all adverse drug reactions on montelukast in children and adults reported to the Netherlands Pharmacovigilance Center Lareb and the WHO Global database, VigiBase , until 2016.

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  9. Asthma medication linked with neuropsychiatric symptomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 18, 2017 | Medical News

    In a Pharmacology Research & Perspectives study, the asthma medication montelukast was linked with neuropsychiatric reactions such as depression and aggression, with nightmares being especially frequent in children. For the study, investigators examined all adverse drug reactions on montelukast in children and adults reported to the Netherlands Pharmacovigilance Center Lareb and the WHO Global database, VigiBase, until 2016.

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  10. Asthma medication may have psychiatric side effectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2017 | EurekAlert!

    In a Pharmacology Research & Perspectives study, the asthma medication montelukast was linked with neuropsychiatric reactions such as depression and aggression, with nightmares being especially frequent in children. For the study, investigators examined all adverse drug reactions on montelukast in children and adults reported to the Netherlands Pharmacovigilance Center Lareb and the WHO Global database, VigiBase, until 2016.

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  11. Regeneron's Dupixent Takes Another Step Toward Blockbuster StatusRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2017 | The Motley Fool

    Dupixent's phase 3 trials in asthma were a success, clearing the way to an FDA filing this year in this multibillion-dollar indication. unveiled phase 3 study data for its autoimmune disease drug Dupixent earlier this week that show it is effective in treating asthma.

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  12. Montelukast to Manage Tecfidera GI Side EffectsRead the original story

    Aug 13, 2017 | Pharmacy Times

    Chris Tanski received his PharmD from the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and is now working as a clinical staff pharmacist for Pinnacle Health in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He entered the field of hospital pharmacy directly from school, and he was one of the first to pilot a decentralized pharmacist role in the hospital.

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  13. Respiratory Diseases Drugs Market 2017 by Segment, Country, Region & Forecasts to 2020Read the original story

    Aug 10, 2017 | Emailwire.com

    ReportsWeb.com published 'Respiratory Diseases Drugs Market' from its database. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years.

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  14. Allergic rhinitis is a condition where there is sneezing, nasal itching, and nasal obstruction.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 29, 2017 | Times of Oman

    Allergic rhinitis is a condition where there is sneezing, nasal itching, and nasal obstruction. It is caused by IgE mediated reactions within the nasal mucosa due to inhaled allergens, causing nasal inflammation.

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  15. Leukotriene signaling via ALOX5 and cysteinyl leukotriene receptor 1...Read the original story

    Jul 3, 2017 | CiteULike

    Leukotriene signaling via ALOX5 and cysteinyl leukotriene receptor 1 is dispensable for in vitro growth of CD34 CD38 stem and progenitor cells in chronic myeloid leukemia. Tyrosine kinase inhibitors targeting the BCR-ABL oncoprotein in chronic myeloid leukemia are remarkably effective inducing deep molecular remission in most patients.

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  16. Two-drug combo may improve traumatic brain injury therapyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2017 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Traumatic brain injury is in great need of better therapies. Its victims are often young, including athletes and those in the military.

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  17. Novartis AG Real World Study Shows Almost Half Of Chronic Urticaria...Read the original story

    Jun 19, 2017 | BioSpace

    Novartis AG Real World Study Shows Almost Half Of Chronic Urticaria Patients Are Not Receiving Any Treatment Despite Significant Disease Burden Urgent need to improve management of chronic urticaria - a disease that causes itchy, persistent hives and swelling which last more than 6 weeks or recur over months or years - highlighted by study of over 3,700 patients[1],[2] 42% of CU patients studied are not receiving any treatment for their debilitating condition and 83% show a negative impact on their quality of life[1] This further confirms that many chronic spontaneous urticaria patients are not treated according to recommended guidelines[3],[4] - Xolair * is the only licensed third-line treatment for CSU, a type of CU[5] Basel, June 20, 2017 - Novartis announced today new baseline results from a real world study of 3,733 chronic urticaria patients showing many are not receiving adequate ... (more)

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  18. Managing severe asthma: What to knowRead the original story

    Apr 7, 2017 | CNN

    This content is selected and managed by the Healthgrades editorial staff and is brought to you by an advertising sponsor. This content is created or selected by the Healthgrades editorial team and is funded by an advertising sponsor.

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  19. Asthma Therapeutic and Drug Pipeline Review H1Read the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2017 | World News Report

    Summary Asthma is a common chronic inflammatory disease of the airways, characterized by recurrent attacks of breathlessness and wheezing, which vary in frequency and severity from patient to patient. The exact causes of asthma are currently unknown, and may be the result of a combination of factors, although two major factors thought to be involved are environmental exposure and host factors, particularly genes.

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  20. Sinus infection is trickyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2017 | Weirton Daily Times

    DEAR DR. ROACH: After years and years of excessive nasal congestion and postnasal drip that frequently affected my speech, I was diagnosed with a pseudomonas infection in my sinuses.

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