Analysis-GSK offers few clues about plans to replenish the medicine cabinet

Written by Natalie Grover and Maggie Vick LONDON (Reuters) – Emma Walmsley, chief executive of GlaxoSmithKline, on Wednesday made replenishing the company’s pipeline of vaccines and therapeutics her first priority. But analysts were disappointed that she did not provide more details about how she and her management team plan to find the company’s next block … Read more

Exercise is medicine | Features

After Jackie McCarthy had open-heart surgery, she needed a way to return to her regular activity level. She found the support and knowledge she needed at the Owensboro Health Garden with her exercise is medicine program. She underwent surgery to repair a hole in her heart and repair the valve. As part of her recovery, … Read more

Gender affirming hormones improve psychological functioning in transgender youth

1. In this prospective cohort study, treatment with gender-affirming hormone (GAH) was associated with improved positive affect and life satisfaction in transgender youth. 2. Treatment of GAH has also been associated with reduced symptoms of depression and anxiety. Directory rating level: 2 (good) Study rundown: GAH is used to alleviate gender dysphoria in transgender and … Read more

Bisphosphonates, denosumab, abaloparatide, teriparatide, and romosuzumab reduce fracture risk after menopause.

1. Use of bisphosphonates, denosumab, abaloparatide, teriparatide, and romosuzumab is associated with reduced clinical fractures in postmenopausal osteoporotic patients. 2. Abaloparatide and teriparatide may increase the risk of adverse events associated with withdrawal. Directory rating level: 1 (Excellent) Study rundown: Osteoporosis results in weaker bones and an increased susceptibility to fractures. By standard definition, it … Read more

Silva and Damo won diversity awards; Sonenberg has been named to the Hall of Fame

Silva and Damo won awards for Pioneering Diversity Stephen Damo Gustavo Silva American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology members Stephen Damo and Gustavo Silva are among 25 researchers selected to receive the first-ever Science Diversity Leadership Awards, a new funding opportunity launched by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, … Read more

Better health, from the inside out

balance-chiropractic-dr-arminta-phelps-adjusting-neck achieve-balance-chiropractic-3-patients-stretching Balance chiropractic measure Balancing Chiropractic and Dr. Arminta Phelps Balancing Chiropractic Dr. Ashley Emile with the Chiropractic and Wellness Compass Chiropractic medicine is an alternative approach to health care. Migraines? lower back pain? neck pain Acid reflux or constipation? There is only one possible solution to all of these common problems: chiropractic care. … Read more

Dr. Reed Martin Olson

February 8, 1955- December. 13, 2022 Bend, or – d. Reed Martin Olson died at the age of 67 on December 13, 2022, at St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, Oregon, from complications related to a heart attack. He died sweetly and peacefully in the arms of his devoted wife, Gabriella. Reid was born in … Read more

Life After Football – Ukea Daily Journal

Montreal – Maurice Richard. Saul Bellow. Mordecai Richler. William Shatner. Oscar Peterson. Colin Dewhurst. Pierre Elliott Trudeau. Leonard Cohn. Mario Lemieux. Since its founding as a missionary colony 380 years ago, this city has had many notable people. But perhaps Montreal’s greatest contemporary hero is best known for what he didn’t do. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif has … Read more

The FDA revokes authorization of a key anti-COVID drug, a blow to vulnerable Americans

The Food and Drug Administration has withdrawn its provisional support for the use of evoshielda drug that was once a valuable tool for preventing patients with compromised immune systems from becoming severely ill with COVID-19. With new viral variants increasingly adept at defeating Evusheld, the… The FDA said Biological medicine should not be used. The … Read more

FSU Nursing Awarded NIH Grant $72.7 Million to Lead Adolescent HIV Clinical Trial Network

Researchers at the FSU Institute for Digital Health and Innovation (IDHI) have been awarded a $72.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to redesign and improve HIV prevention and care interventions in US adolescents and young adults. Florida State University has been awarded a $72.7 million grant from the National Institutes of … Read more