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Research reveals that a plant used in Ayurvedic medicine can potentially treat symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome

RESEARCH REVEALS THAT A PLANT USED IN AYURVEDIC MEDICINE CAN POTENTIALLY TREAT SYMPTOMS OF CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME

A person with chronic fatigue syndrome experiences extreme tiredness that can't be explained by any underlying medical condition. The...

Laurie Glimcher To Headline Xconomy Keynote Series in Boston in September

LAURIE GLIMCHER TO HEADLINE XCONOMY KEYNOTE SERIES IN BOSTON IN SEPTEMBER

As groundbreaking therapies and diagnostics are coming to market, more patients are benefiting from the promise of precision medicine,...

 
 
 
Learning from Game Theory to Improve Negotiations Skills

LEARNING FROM GAME THEORY TO IMPROVE NEGOTIATIONS SKILLS

Most new medicines are developed through a process of collaborative licensing agreements or acquisition. Significant negotiations underlie...

 
 
 
Ingredient Spotlight: Red Algae, A Hydration Hero

INGREDIENT SPOTLIGHT: RED ALGAE, A HYDRATION HERO

It's a climate regulator and a monumental source of oxygen. It has provided us with medicinal ingredients, food sources and highly...

Case study looks at pokeweed and its potential use as a complementary antiviral therapy

CASE STUDY LOOKS AT POKEWEED AND ITS POTENTIAL USE AS A COMPLEMENTARY ANTIVIRAL THERAPY

A recent case study published in the Journal of Herbal Medicine revealed that pokeweed can potentially be used as a complementary antiviral...

 
 
 

SENIOR RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, RNA PRODUCTION - ARCTURUS THERAPEUTICS - SAN DIEGO, CA

*About Us: * Founded in 2013 and based in San Diego, Arcturus Therapeutics Ltd. is a publicly traded RNA medicines company. We are...

Development of a Quality Improvement Curriculum in a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship

DEVELOPMENT OF A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT CURRICULUM IN A PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP

Quality improvement is a science of systematic analysis and improvement of health care delivery systems. Working knowledge of QI models...

 
 
 
Low-dose aspirin increases risk of bleeding in the skull, study finds 

LOW-DOSE ASPIRIN INCREASES RISK OF BLEEDING IN THE SKULL, STUDY FINDS 

A new study from Chang Gung University College of Medicine in Taiwan has found taking a low-dose aspirin had a 0.63 percent risk of...

Teva is at center of drug price-fixing case filed by states

TEVA IS AT CENTER OF DRUG PRICE-FIXING CASE FILED BY STATES

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. helped mastermind a sweeping conspiracy among generic drugmakers to raise the price of medicines,...

 
 
 

AVEXIS INC.: MEDICAL DIRECTOR, TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE

AveXis Inc.: The current focus of the role is on the company's programs that are nearing IND (AVXS-201 for Rett syndrome and AVXS-301...

“Health care's big spending mismatch”

“HEALTH CARE'S BIG SPENDING MISMATCH”

This week, Axios reported on new data that shows “the health care services that rack up the highest out-of-pocket costs for patients...

 
 
 
Judge rules 3-year-old must receive chemotherapy against parents' wishes

JUDGE RULES 3-YEAR-OLD MUST RECEIVE CHEMOTHERAPY AGAINST PARENTS' WISHES

His parents had asked the court to allow them to forgo chemotherapy in favor of alternative treatments, including medicinal cannabis,...

Study builds scientific support for HP Ingredients' ParActin for joint health

STUDY BUILDS SCIENTIFIC SUPPORT FOR HP INGREDIENTS' PARACTIN FOR JOINT HEALTH

An extract from Andrographis paniculate, an Asian medicinal plant with anti-inflammatory properties, may help support joint health...

 
 
 
 
 
 
Is Whatfinger News the next Drudge Report? More news and more liberty WITHOUT all the Drudge attacks on nutrition and natural medicine

IS WHATFINGER NEWS THE NEXT DRUDGE REPORT? MORE NEWS AND MORE LIBERTY WITHOUT ALL THE DRUDGE ATTACKS ON NUTRITION AND NATURAL MEDICINE

Regular visitors to the Drudge Report in recent weeks have noticed a change in the news fare offered by the aggregate master: A distinct,...

'It makes me cry': Rising cost of insulin forces some diabetics to ration supply

'IT MAKES ME CRY': RISING COST OF INSULIN FORCES SOME DIABETICS TO RATION SUPPLY

A recent study in the Journal of American Medicine finds that about 25 percent of people are rationing their insulin because of the...

 
 
 

PROGENITY TO SHOWCASE NEW DATA AT DIGESTIVE DISEASE WEEK®

SAN DIEGO--Progenity, Inc., a privately held biotechnology company developing precision medicine solutions across genomic/epigenomic,...

Homesteading basics: How to grow calendula, a useful medicinal plant

HOMESTEADING BASICS: HOW TO GROW CALENDULA, A USEFUL MEDICINAL PLANT

Preppers know that certain flowering plants deserve space in their home gardens, especially those with medicinal uses like calendula....