SPED Kids 26 October '16
Not all children with ADHD are comfortable with pills and similar medications. Oral suspension can be a good alternative.
SPED Kids 25 October '16
There is one site in the United States that continues to use electric shock on its special needs residence and it has been operating for over 40 years.
Toddler 22 October '16
The Food and Drug Administration is investigating the links of teething gels and tablets on the death of 10 infants.
Pregnancy 31 August '16
There was a dramatic surge of side effects experienced by women between 2011 and 2016 than before Ohio's medical abortion law was passed. According to a researcher, Ohio's law "really compromised" women's health.
Health/Nutrition 9 August '16
Sponsored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and National Cancer Institute, Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center- James is conducting two studies to determine the toxicity of e-cigarettes.
ADHD 22 July '16
Akili Interactive Labs has raised millions of funds as it continues to develop a video game to treat ADHD.
Medicine 24 June '16
The CDC said that nasal spray vaccine is less effective than flu shots. New data found that the FluMist nose spray vaccine performed poorly against the most common flu strains during the past three flu seasons.
Body 15 June '16
The device pumps some of an obese patient's recently consumed food into the toilet. Experts said this treatment helps people eat less than their usual food consumption.
Nutrition 14 June '16
Your child's cereal may have more sugar than you think.
Body 30 May '16
Some people fear laser hair removal treatment can cause cancer. Experts said the procedure's use of ionizing radiation differs from what can be seen in X-rays and nuclear energy.
Medicine 19 May '16
Genentech's Tecentriq drug for bladder cancer was recently approved by the FDA. The drug displays less severe side effects than chemotherapy.
Body 12 May '16
After the petitions filed by Kind Bars, the FDA reconsidered its definition of "healthy" on product labels.
Body 6 May '16
Soon, e-cigs will no longer be sold to people under 18, according to the new e-cigarette rule by the US FDA.
Food 4 May '16
CRF Frozen Foods is expanding its recall process due to a listeria scare. Frozen organic and non-organic fruits and vegetables are also being recalled by the company to ensure consumers' safety.
Medicine 2 May '16
The FDA has approved Nuplazid, the first drug to treat hallucinations and delusions associated with psychosis experienced by some people with Parkinson’s disease.
Medicine 29 April '16
Experts have advised the Food and Drug Administration not to approve eteplirsen, a drug that would have been the first one for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Health 27 April '16
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is looking into a Danish study that concludes that Fluconazole increases the risk of miscarriage and causes prescription of the drug.
Parenting 18 April '16
Two science journalists shed light on some common parenting misconceptions. The bulk of their findings is featured in their new parenting book, entitled "The Informed Parent: A Science-Based Resource For Your Child's First Four Years."
News 29 March '16
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is set to approve a drug that can treat psychosis related to Parkinson's disease.
Health/Nutrition 23 March '16
Food and Drug Administration has recently released a statement saying that opioid painkillers should come with a warning about the risks that come along with using the medication.
Health/Nutrition 21 March '16
Miami urologist and High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound expert George M. Suarez is developing a new medical procedure which could potentially treat advanced-staged prostate cancer with the help of the HIFU treatment.
Pregnancy 17 March '16
Environmental Working Group wants the government to update its guidelines on what types of fish pregnant women should eat.
News 10 March '16
Researchers found no supporting evidence to approve claim that special formula milk can reduce allergy risks.