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Pharmacogenetics In Treating Epilepsy
Gone are the days when we understood medications under generalized terminologies, where one medicine would fit in for all people falling ill with a particular ailment. However, with changing times, the new era of medical sciences have coined the term 'personalized ...
Pharmacogenetics In Epilepsy Treatment
11 Commonly Prescribed Medicines Have Highest Depression Risk
Medical science has shown a massive improvement over the last decade. Several ailments that had no cure ages ago have finally found a relieving mechanism. However, with each medicine you consume, there are chances that you could show some body signs ...
Commonly Prescribed Medicines Have Highest Depression Risk
Neurochemistry Of Addiction And How Yoga Can Help
We all have experiences in our life that make us happy, put a smile on our face, and give us a "high". It could be achieving a deadline at work, shopping, that warm chocolate cookie, or just curling up in front ...
Blood-thinning Drugs May Reduce Dementia Risk: Study
You might have heard from your elders or doctors talking about blood-thinning drugs and the reason you need to be careful about them. But a new study has found that blood-thinning drugs can actually be helpful as well. According to the ...
This Helps To Lower Liver Cancer Risk – Study
Liver is one of the most vital organs. Any damage to the liver can cause serious affect on the entire body functioning. Hence, having a healthy liver is essential. Well, if you have any liver related ailment and want to keep ...
Aspirin Helps To Lower Liver Cancer Risk
Half Of Cancer Drugs Approved In UK Show No Survival Benefits
Over half of cancer drugs approved for use in the UK in recent years are not proven to extend life, according to a study. Even where drugs did show survival gains over existing treatments, these were often marginal, the results published ...
Half Of Cancer Drugs Approved In Uk Show No Survival Benefits
Battling Antibiotic Resistance in 30 Minutes: New Test
With the alarming rate at which antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria are developing around the world, it is predicted that failing drugs will cause more than 10 million deaths worldwide by the year 2050. And though medical professionals have been battling ...
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