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ReSound Develops First Hearing Aid App for Apple Watch

COPENHAGEN, Denmark–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, ReSound introduced the first hearing aid app designed specifically for Apple Watch. Available immediately to Apple Watch wearers, the ReSound Smart™ app for Apple Watch offers a new, streamlined user experience, allowing users to take advantage of seamless, on-the-go control, right from their wrist. The ReSound Smart app for Apple Watch marks the latest of the company’s efforts to bring forward-looking solutions […]

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Marijuana Extract May Help Epilepsy Patients, Study

Medical Marijuana Extract Curbs Seizure Frequency In Early Trial Of Epilepsy Patients Epilepsy Researchers Hope to Replicate Promising Cannabidiol Findings in Randomized Controlled Studies A new study led by epilepsy specialists at NYU Langone Medical Center shows that some children and adults with treatment-resistant epilepsy may benefit from a treatment regimen including cannabidiol, a compound […]

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Heart chip beats toward better drug screening, personalized medicine

Reuters Health | Tue Apr 14, 2015 5:22pm EDT BY BEN GRUBER BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA – Bioengineers in California have developed a system that allows human heart cells to function outside the body, a development that could potentially prove a powerful tool  for drug development as well as pave the way toward personalizing treatments for patients with heart conditions. […]

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Pfizer Beams As Cancer Drug Efficacy Stops Trial Early and Analysts Predict Game Changer

4/15/2015 8:43:44 AM Pfizer Announces PALOMA-3 Trial For IBRANCE® (Palbociclib) Stopped Early Due To Efficacy Seen In Patients With HR+, HER2- Metastatic Breast Cancer Whose Disease Has Progressed Following Endocrine Therapy  Phase 3 Top-Line Results Show IBRANCE in Combination with Fulvestrant Meets Progression-Free Survival (PFS) Primary Endpoint NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE) today announced that […]

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Heart Attack Risk Jumps After Divorce

A new study shows that after a divorce people have an increased lifetime risk for heart attacks (myocardial infarction). Although previous studies have found that MIs occur more frequently in people who are divorced, this is the first study to prospectively examine the lifetime relationship between divorce and MI. In a paper published in Circulation: Cardiovascular […]

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Should The FDA Require CV Outcome Studies For Diabetes Drugs Before Approval?

As the waistline of Americans has increased, so has the incidence of Type 2 diabetes. Startling data from the Centers for Disease Control  shows that that prevalence of this disease, which is directly related to obesity, now exceeds 9% in the adult population. It was less than half that rate in 1996. Furthermore, there doesn’t […]

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Polio Vaccine Found Safe And Effective 60 Years Ago: What Would Salk Think Today?

It was 60 years ago yesterday that the nation heaved an enormous collective sigh of relief. The largest clinical trial for a vaccine in history had concluded, the data had been collected and analyzed, and the results were announced on April 12, 1955, coincidentally the ten-year anniversary of polio sufferer Franklin D. Roosevelt’s death: Jonas […]

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Changing Sick Care To Health Care With A Simple Blood Test

There’s a lot of talk these days about the use of genomics and proteomics to develop personalized clinical treatments and improve the quality of our lives.  At a high level, genomics is essentially the study of a person’s genome and the use of its genes.  Proteomics is the study of the full set of proteins […]

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Biogen MS Drug Results Are ‘Mildly Encouraging’ In Eye Disease Test

Results from using Biogen’s experimental nerve repair drug in a disease of the eye were “mildly encouraging,” experts say, keeping alive the hope that the medicine might work in multiple sclerosis. The results will be presented next week at the 67th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) in Washington, DC. Forbes received […]

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Divorce Could Literally (Eventually) Break A Woman’s Heart, Says Study

It’s not news that divorce is stressful – stressful enough that past research has frequently documented poorer health among divorcees. But those with a previous divorce, particularly women, appear to have a higher risk of heart attack, found a study published in the journal Circulation today. Well established risk factors for coronary heart disease, the […]

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