Weight Loss: Diet, Exercise, or Orlistat?

Currently, more than 20% of adults in all 50 states are obese, and if this trend continues, up to 51% of U.S. adults will be obese by 2030.

Novel Nanotech Portends Celiac, Other Treatments

Northwestern University researchers discover that encapsulating gluten in injected nanoparticles results in a markedly reduced inflammatory response.

Repairing Dysfunctional Insulin Release

Repairing levels of a particular protein, Swedish scientists discovered, leads to less blood glucose–lowering hormone secretion, giving rise to potential diabetes treatments.

Zonisamide 10 mg/mL in Ora-Sweet:Ora-Plus (1:1) or SyrSpend SF PH4

Uses for this preparation are as an anticonvulsant and as adjunctive therapy for primary generalized tonic-clonic seizures.

Trends in Medical Visits for Digestive Diseases

Each year, according to the NAMCS, digestive diseases affect 60 million to 70 million people, causing 4.6 million hospitalizations, 72 million ambulatory-care visits, and 236,000 deaths.

New Target Reverses Osteoporosis in Mice

The discovery of a biochemical receptor capable of turning back bone loss in the laboratory setting generates excitement as a potential treatment modality.

 

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