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in Cancer - 15 Dec, 2015

The image generally associated with cancer is a tumor that grows anarchically, without any established order, and that expands without rhyme or reason for all the bodies to which it has access. But actually it is not true. At least in the case of glioma, type of brain cancer in which tumor cells are arranged […]

in Overweight - 11 Dec, 2015

Three decades of increased prevalence of obesity and overweight and no country has managed to reduce it. A study just published by the British Medical Journal rescues forgotten move that could be very effective cans of soft drinks and more moderate portions of food. New York is good example. As in 2012 the health authorities […]

in Uncategorized - 21 Jan, 2015

Drink before bedtime can seem an appropriate activity to facilitate sleep, but the effect in the end is that the rest worsens. These are the key findings of a group of researchers who have published their work in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research. To analyze the effects of drinking alcohol before bed, scientists […]

in Antibiotics - 27 Nov, 2014

The use of antibiotics in childhood increases the risk of the child developing inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), according to a study by Danish researchers. They state that a single course of antibiotics could more than triple the risk of Crohn’s disease. The researchers studied the use of systemic antibiotics in relation to the development of […]

in NSAIDs - 04 May, 2014

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease, and its causes are not fully understood. 1% of the adult population is affected by this condition. Symptoms of the disease include pain and swelling of the joints, morning stiffness, fatigue, reduced mobility. The purpose of RA is to prevent the pharmacotherapy of destructive changes in the joints. […]

in Cardiovascular - 02 May, 2014

The correct diagnosis of the anginal patient must fundamentally be based on the medical history, clinical and laboratory examinations. As for the history, it is essential to pay attention to possible secondary causes of diseases and angina simulant heart damage, the type of symptoms reported (equivalent ischemic) and risk factors (age, smoking, sedentary lifestyle, poor […]

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in Depression - 25 Nov, 2013

Depression accelerates body aging process which greatly shortens life. Dutch researchers from VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam proved that human cells undergone depression are aging faster. The average lifespan of people suffering from nervous disorders was reduced by 5-6 years. More than 2000 people were involved in studies. Among them were as likely to […]

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in Antivirals - 28 Jun, 2013

Shingles are a extremely habitual medical condition concerning 95% of population in the world. While many people believe that it is harmless, it is actual trouble that could appear a various physical symptoms as well. The virus is able to affect many different parts of the body such as eyes, lips, oral cavity, face, nerves. […]

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in Cardiovascular - 15 May, 2013

Betapace (Sotalol) is a beta blocker. It treats an irregular heartbeat. Betapace mechanism of action Betapace¬†¬†is a beta-blocking agent with non-selective antiarrhythmic property (class II and class III). Its mechanism of action is due to the fact uniformly extend the length of the action potential in all cardiac tissues, which slows the repolarization phase without […]

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in Anthelmintics - 23 Apr, 2013

Albendazole is poorly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, in an unmodified form is not determined in the plasma, as rapidly converted in the liver to the primary metabolite – albendazole sulfoxide, also has anthelmintic activity. Bioavailability in Albenza is low. Admission fatty food increases the absorption and Cmax of albendazole to 5 times. Time to […]

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