Long-term raloxifene for postmenopausal osteoporosis

Posted by: admin on: March 7, 2012

With increase in life expectancy post menopausal osteoporosis needs to be attended to with life long maintenance drug to increase one’s BMD. In this article Raloxifene’s long term efficiency has been proved.

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With more emphasis on prevention than cure AHA has come out with new guidelines which are easy on the CAD patients in order to prevent cardiovascular events or reduce such risks on these patients.

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Catching the pre-diabetics or those with impaired glucose tolerance, early enough and giving them a regimen of diet, exercise and anti diabetic drugs, will increase their insulin sensitivity, preserve their β cells of the pancreas and delay onset of type 2 diabetes. Here is a study.

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Less CV Risk in Dialysis with Pomegranate

Posted by: admin on: March 6, 2012

Pomegranate juice on a regular thrice a week basis has found to have beneficial effect on lipid profile and blood pressure there by reducing the cardiovascular risk in patients on dialysis.

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Illiterate patients say they never agreed to take part in trials run by industry worth £189m
India has been a hot spot for drug trials since 2005. Activists through right to information act have found that the poor and the illiterates unknowingly fall a prey to these trials. Read on to know more.

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