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Caring for young children with eczema

Caring for young children with eczema

The excitement of a newborn baby turned to worry when a few weeks after Lorenzo Torres-Ramirez was born his parents started to notice red spots on his face. [More]
Nuvo Research granted U.S. patent for novel topical foam formulations that use DMSO to enhance drug delivery

Nuvo Research granted U.S. patent for novel topical foam formulations that use DMSO to enhance drug delivery

Nuvo Research Inc., a specialty pharmaceutical company with a diverse portfolio of topical and immunology products, today announced that the United States Patent Office has granted U.S. patent no. 9,107,823 ('823 Patent) covering novel topical foam formulations that include dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) together with certain drug actives. [More]
Imprimis, Advanced Dosage sign license agreement for proprietary compounded ophthalmic formulations

Imprimis, Advanced Dosage sign license agreement for proprietary compounded ophthalmic formulations

Imprimis Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a pharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of proprietary compounded drug formulations, today announced that it has entered into a license agreement with Advanced Dosage Forms, Inc. to expand Imprimis' proprietary ophthalmic injectable and combination topical compounded formulations into Canada. Under the agreement, the licensee has the rights to formulate, market and sell these formulations across Canada. [More]
McMaster research shows benefits of corticosteroid therapy for patients with pneumonia

McMaster research shows benefits of corticosteroid therapy for patients with pneumonia

McMaster University research, published online today by the Annals of Internal Medicine, has demonstrated the benefits of corticosteroid therapy for one of the most common serious medical conditions. [More]
Structural brain changes found in chemoradiation-treated glioblastoma patients

Structural brain changes found in chemoradiation-treated glioblastoma patients

US researchers find evidence of marked and progressive brain atrophy during standard chemoradiation therapy in patients with glioblastoma. [More]
Does dandruff cause psychological distress? An interview with Dr Anjali Mahto

Does dandruff cause psychological distress? An interview with Dr Anjali Mahto

Dandruff is a common chronic scalp disorder that is characterised by flaking of the skin of the scalp. As skin cells die, they are shed from the scalp surface. For some people, however, excessive flaking occurs, resulting in dandruff. [More]
Necrotising autoimmune myopathy requires early, aggressive treatment

Necrotising autoimmune myopathy requires early, aggressive treatment

Researchers call for the prompt recognition of necrotising autoimmune myopathy and aggressive early treatment with a combination of intravenous immune globulin, corticosteroids and a steroid-sparing agent for 3 months. [More]
Steroid-refractory chronic GVHD trial results ‘overestimate’ treatment efficacy

Steroid-refractory chronic GVHD trial results ‘overestimate’ treatment efficacy

Trial results for patients with steroid-refractory chronic graft versus host have overestimated the efficacies of treatments, suggests a meta-analysis published in The Lancet Haematology. [More]
Body fat can send stress signals, say University of Florida Health researchers

Body fat can send stress signals, say University of Florida Health researchers

The brain's effect on other parts of the body has been well established. Now, a group that includes two University of Florida Health researchers has found that it's a two-way street: Body fat can send a signal that affects the way the brain deals with stress and metabolism. [More]
Researchers successfully treat eczema patients using rheumatoid arthritis drug

Researchers successfully treat eczema patients using rheumatoid arthritis drug

Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have successfully treated patients with moderate to severe eczema using a rheumatoid arthritis drug recently shown to reverse two other disfiguring skin conditions, vitiligo and alopecia areata. The study is evidence of a potential new era in eczema treatment, they report. [More]
AMRI purchases Gadea Pharmaceutical Group for $174 million

AMRI purchases Gadea Pharmaceutical Group for $174 million

AMRI today announced that it has acquired all the outstanding shares of Gadea Pharmaceutical Group, a privately-held company located in Valladolid, Spain, specializing in technically complex active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and finished drug product. [More]
Anika Therapeutics announces positive results from CINGAL phase 3 trial for knee osteoarthritis

Anika Therapeutics announces positive results from CINGAL phase 3 trial for knee osteoarthritis

Anika Therapeutics, Inc.,, a leader in products for tissue protection, healing, and repair based on hyaluronic acid technology, today reported positive results from the CINGAL 13-02 study evaluating the safety of a repeat injection of Cingal for symptomatic relief of osteoarthritis of the knee. [More]

People who use anabolic steroids to improve sporting performance experience memory issues

People using anabolic steroids to improve muscle growth and sporting performance are far more likely to experience issues with their memory, according to new research from Northumbria University. [More]

Penn State dermatologist provides tips for treating poison ivy rash

Dr. David Adams, a dermatologist at Penn State Hershey, doesn't buy recent news reports that poison ivy has become stronger and more prevalent lately. [More]
Cosmederm Bioscience expands TriCalm's line of anti-itch products to further benefit sufferers of itch

Cosmederm Bioscience expands TriCalm's line of anti-itch products to further benefit sufferers of itch

Cosmederm Bioscience, Inc. today announced the expansion of its itch-relief product line, TriCalm, with the new TriCalm Clinical Repair Cream and TriCalm Extra Strength Spray. Following the success of the company's initial product, TriCalm Hydrogel, these two new offerings strategically expand the brand's line of steroid-free, anti-itch products to further benefit sufferers of itch. [More]
Weight loss, combined with vitamin D supplements, reduces chronic inflammation

Weight loss, combined with vitamin D supplements, reduces chronic inflammation

For the first time, researchers at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have found that weight loss, in combination with vitamin D supplementation, has a greater effect on reducing chronic inflammation than weight loss alone. Chronic inflammation is known to contribute to the development and progression of several diseases, including some cancers. [More]
Weight loss along with vitamin D supplementation reduces chronic inflammation

Weight loss along with vitamin D supplementation reduces chronic inflammation

For the first time, researchers at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have found that weight loss, in combination with vitamin D supplementation, has a greater effect on reducing chronic inflammation than weight loss alone. [More]
UT Southwestern researchers identify two proteins within fetal lungs that initiate labor process

UT Southwestern researchers identify two proteins within fetal lungs that initiate labor process

Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have identified two proteins in a fetus' lungs responsible for initiating the labor process, providing potential new targets for preventing preterm birth. [More]
Hormones used in breast cancer treatment could affect disease progression, outcomes in some patients

Hormones used in breast cancer treatment could affect disease progression, outcomes in some patients

Recently, researchers have discovered that the hormone progesterone, an ingredient in contraceptives and menopausal hormone replacement therapies, might stimulate the growth of breast cancer cells that are resistant to anti-estrogen therapy and chemotherapy. [More]
Certain anti-nausea medications used after operation could increase risk for irregular heartbeat

Certain anti-nausea medications used after operation could increase risk for irregular heartbeat

Certain commonly prescribed anti-nausea medications given to patients during or after an operation could increase their risk of developing an irregular heartbeat, new research has found. [More]
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