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FDA weighs in on e-cigs

Philly.com

At Popie's Vapor Lounge in Marlton, Kyra Donaldson of Mount Laurel takes a vape. Some critics wanted the proposals to regulate ads. BARBARA BOYER / Staff. Travel Deals. $1318 & up -- London & Dublin 6-Nt. Package, R/T Philly · See all travel deals » ...

FDA approves first HPV test for primary cervical-cancer screening

ModernHealthcare.com

The first human papillomavirus DNA test to screen women for cervical cancer was approved Thursday by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The stand-alone test can be used to assess whether women need to undergo additional testing and their risk of ...

Novartis lung drug not inferior to GSK's Seretide, study shows

Reuters

ZURICH (Reuters) - Patients taking Novartis' inhaled medicine Onbrez Breezhaler for chronic lung disease had benefits similar to those taking GlaxoSmithKline's Seretide, the Swiss drugmaker said on Friday, citing a late stage study. Also known as QVA149, ...

FDA May Ban Shock Devices Used On Those With Special Needs

Disability Scoop

The Food and Drug Administration is considering banning devices used to administer electric shocks to children and adults with developmental disabilities in an effort to modify their behavior. In a 126-page report issued this week, the federal agency said it is ...

Measles appears amid mumps outbreak

LimaOhio.com

... • Fever, body aches, fatigue, swelling of salivary glands (parotitis), or pain with chewing or swallowing. • About 15 percent of patients may also experience a stiff neck and headache. • Symptoms usually begin 14 to 18 days after catching the virus. • Up to a ...

Technological advances in fetal cardiology are recognized in new guidelines

Medical News Today

New guidelines for the care of unborn babies with heart problems have been developed by fetal heart experts working with the American Heart Association. In their statment, "Diagnosis and Treatment of Fetal Cardiac Disease" - published in the American ...

Educated People Recover from Brain Injury Better?

Ivanhoe

(Ivanhoe Newswire) – People with more years of education may be better able to recover from a traumatic brain injury, according to a recent study. The study examined 769 people 23 years old and up with moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries.

Behavior therapy works over short term for young kids with OCD

GMA News

NEW YORK - A family-based cognitive behavioral therapy markedly improves symptoms in children as young as five years old with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), according to a new study. The behavioral treatment, which involved parents heavily and ...

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