Poor Leg Circulation (PAD)
Painful or difficult intercourse is one of the most common sexuual problems that women have. The FDA has approved a new medicine ( Osphena (ospemifene) that can help. The FDA approved this new medicine and over 12 weeks, it helped a significant number of people.
New data published in the American Heart Association lead journal, Circulation shows amazing benefits for women who eat 3 servings of strawberries and blueberries a week.
Taking a closer look at the most basic things can often lead to valuable results. Think about this cat and the flower. A closer look gives you something you want to see versus what could have been a confusing picture on a patio. Research is sometimes like that.
Belviq (lorcaserin) and Qsymia (Phentermine and topiramate) are now FDA approved, but when can YOU get them?
The tide has turned for weight loss in this country as the FDA has now approved Belviq and Qsymia.
Today marks the day when the FDA is scheduled to make a decision about a second new weight loss drug called QNEXA which is actually a combination of two older drugs.
Risk and a new language and plan for Extended release and long acting opioid medicines-What on earth does this mean? Language in medicines is always complicated. The FDA has approved a REMS for 12 important pain medicines and it’s important to understand what this means. The medicines that come under this FDA Risk Evaluation and Mediation Strategy include:
Knowledge is power and the FDA approved the first ever in-home, self administered HIV test today. The test is called OraQuick and it is made by OraSure Technologies.