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  • Amneal launch aripiprazole oral solution in US market


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    Amneal Pharmaceuticals LLC, a global supplier of generic pharmaceuticals launch aripiprazole oral solution in 1 mg/ml strength.

  • Unique HIV/AIDS mobile app introduced in India


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    The ministry of health and family welfare in collaboration with AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), department of telecommunications and National AIDS Control Organisation launch new mobile application on HIV/AIDS. This mobile application will provide complete information on HIV, increase awareness and risk perception as well as prompt users to access HIV testing from the nearest centre free of cost.

  • Mild to Moderate Hypertension may be Treated by Acupuncture


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    Researchers with the Susan Samueli center for Integrative have claimed that regular acupuncture could help people control their blood pressure and lessen risk of stroke or heart disease. The study is published in the journal International Journal of Tourism Research.

  • Long Hours Working Raise Risk of Coronary Heart Disease, Stroke


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    New study found that working long hours to greater risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) or a stroke. The study is published in Lancet.

  • Scientists discover electrical control of cancer cell growth


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    The molecular switches regulating human cell growth do a great job of replacing cells that die during the course of a lifetime. But when they misfire, life-threatening cancers can occur. Research led by scientists at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) has revealed a new electrical mechanism that can control these switches.

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  • Smart drug modafinil does enhance cognition


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    A new systematic review, published online in the peer-reviewed journal European Neuropsychopharmacology shows that modafinil does indeed confer significant cognitive benefits in in certain groups. This raises ethical questions over e.g. it's use in exams.

  • Insulin may help treat Alzheimer's: Study


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    Insulin delivered high up in the nasal cavity goes to affected areas of brain and helps improve memory, claims a new study that may lead to new treatments for Alzheimer's and similar forms of dementia. "Before this study, there was very little evidence of how insulin gets into the brain and where it goes," said William Banks, University of Washington (UW) professor of internal medicine and geriatrics.

  • Use of condoms lead to erection difficulties


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    Research indicates that the use of condoms may cause some men to experience erection difficulties. However, in a study of 479 heterosexual men who used condoms and were 18 to 24 years old, those who reported condom-associated erection problems were also more likely to experience more generalized erection difficulties.

  • Positive Bioscience launch genomic tests in India


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    United States-based Myriad Genetics, the world's largest molecular diagnostic company, announced a strategic partnership with Positive Bioscience to offer the first of its kind molecular genomic testing in India. Genomic testing is still at an early stage in India and this partnership could revolutionise genomics testing in this country.

  • In Women Breast Cancer Chances may Raise due to A glass of wine a day


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    Woman who drink a glass of wine a day are at increased risk for developing breast cancer, says a new research. A daily glass of wine increased the chances of breast cancer for women significantly, whether or not they smoked, since smoking is not linked to breast cancer. The research was published online by the British Medical Journal.

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