The world has made huge strides against malaria since 2000, with death rates plunging by 60 percent and at least six million lives saved globally, says the World Health Organization (WHO). Yet efforts to end one of the world’s deadliest diseases – which killed an estimated 438,000 people in 2015 – are under threat as mosquitoes become increasingly resistant to measures such as insecticide-treated bednets and anti-malarial drugs.
Do sugar-sweetened beverages like soda and fruit drinks cause obesity and diabetes? The answer may depend on who funds the research asking the question.
Children and teens with access to tablets and smartphones at night do not get enough sleep and are sleepier during the day, whether or not they use the devices, according to a new review.
Only a month ago, Sean Williams of The Motley Fool noted that Celgene was a company whose stocks were running a little low, but was likely to explode. There are many reasons, but today Stephen Simpson, also writing for The Motley Fool, outlines how the company’s immunology and inflammation (I&I) efforts could bring in $6 billion in new revenue.
Two months after completing its $7.2 billion acquisition of Meda, Mylan is terminating 94 employees and shuttering the Swedish company’s N.J. headquarters.
A Complete Response Letter was issued by the U.S. FDA regarding the BLA for sarilumab, a rheumatoid arthritis drug being co-developed by Regeneron and Sanofi.
Third Rock Ventures LLC announced the closing of Third Rock Ventures IV LP (“Fund IV”), raising $616 million in an oversubscribed fund. With Fund IV, the firm will continue to execute on its strategy of creating innovative healthcare companies to make a meaningful difference in the lives of patients and their families.
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Almost one in seven children worldwide live in areas with high levels of outdoor air pollution, mostly in South Asia, and their growing bodies are most vulnerable to damage, the U.N. children’s agency UNICEF said.
Medical device maker St. Jude Medical Inc. said it has notified doctors to stop implants of one of its cardiac pacemakers, citing reports of problems with electronic data reporting caused by a battery malfunction that could put patients at risk.