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How Potential Diabetes Drugs Interact With Their Target

LRH-1 (liver receptor homolog-1) is a nuclear receptor, a type of protein that turns on genes in response to small molecules like hormones or vitamins.
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Employment Status Linked to Risk for Misuse of Opioids and Stimulants

Nonmedical prescription opioid use is defined as any self-reported use of prescription pain relievers that were not prescribed or that a person takes for the experience or sensation they impart.
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United States FDA Approves Diabetes Drug Jardiance to Reduce Cardiovascular Disease

Death from cardiovascular disease is 70% higher in adults with diabetes compared to those without diabetes, and patients with diabetes have a decreased
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Delhi High Court Revokes Health Ministry Ban on 344 Fixed Dose Combination Drugs

The Delhi High Court rejects Center's ban on 344 fixed dose combination drugs which was made earlier this year. This decision may provide relief for pharmaceutical companies.
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Recall Issued for Three Children Homeopathic Medicines Containing Belladonna

Raritan Pharmaceuticals has issued recall against three brands of over-the-counter homeopathic medicines of children, following FDA reports. The recall
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Vaccines Should be Made Available at an Affordable Price

Vaccines are biological preparations that are essential to provide immunity against certain disease. Experts from BMJ Today suggest pharma companies to
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Six-In-One Pediatric Vaccine Launched in India

Six-in-one vaccine designed to protect infants against six diseases has been launched by Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of French pharmaceutical company Sanofi.
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Attaching Lipids to Protein Based Drugs Improves Drug Delivery

Protein-based drugs are commonly used for the treatment of various diseases like cancer, heart disease and rheumatoid arthritis. They are usually modified
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Effect of Antihypertensive Medications on Fracture Risk

Thiazide diuretics used for the treatment of hypertension is found to be associated with lower risk of hip and pelvic fractures when compared with other antihypertensive medications.
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Antibiotic Resistance May Threaten Public Health

Antibiotics are drug substances produced from microorganisms and are essential to fight against bacterial infections. According to the data collected
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