June 2010 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

If your doctor recommends a pneumonia vaccine, here's your response

If you’re going to test a vaccine, test it on healthy young people. That way you have a good chance of getting excellent results.

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Childhood care reaches deep into adult health status

The UCLA team suggests that mothers who give their children loving care in moments of stress are also calming hormonal reactions.

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FDA busts open a "phantom" caper run by a giant drug company

The phantom recall occurred in 2008. But when FDA gumshoes blew the case wide open (sorry, I can’t resist), McNeil announced a genuine recall of the Motrin products in July 2009.

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New osteoporosis drug gets it all wrong--again!

The issue is bone resorption and formation–a natural and necessary process that renews bone structure by removing old bone components (resorption) and replacing them with new components.

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Guess what happens when TV ads guide your diet

In a new study, researchers compared the nutritional content of food in TV ads to nutritional guidelines.

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Could you use some help swallowing those oversized pills?

If you’ve been looking for a way to get the vitamins (or medicine) down easier, you may want to try Pill-Glide.

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It's Pandemic Lite, and it just won't go away

So I guess it’s official. Thanks to WHO, H1N1 might not be an actual pandemic but it is a hugely successful worldwide franchise!

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