Medicine 29 June '16
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new drug from Gilead Sciences that can treat six major subtypes of hepatitis C without the need for injections or other drugs.
Politics 8 June '16
Ohio's medical marijuana program will cover illnesses such as HIV/AIDS, ALS, cancer, Alzheimer's, epilepsy and Tourette's syndrome. The bill will take effect in three months.
Body 13 May '16
Too much alcohol increases the chances of death and liver damage in people with Hepatitis C.
Body 11 May '16
The price of cholesterol drugs manufactured by Amgen and Sanofi/Regeneron will not be results-based. The medication will get more expensive if patients' cholesterol levels aren't reduced.
Body 6 May '16
The CDC said that Hepatitis C is killing more Americans than HIV, tuberculosis and other diseases.
Body 6 May '16
Find out why the number of Hepatitis C cases and deaths are increasing in America.
Health/Nutrition 8 April '16
Calling the attention of all baby boomers out there. The CDC is requiring you to get tested for hepatitis C.
Health/Nutrition 6 April '16
As there are no approved treatments for NASH, the acquisition of the Nimbus compound can boost Gilead's sales alongside its hepatitis C treatment.
Health/Nutrition 30 March '16
Additional funding for medication-assisted treatment programs and increased coverage for substance abuse and mental health services are just a few of the White House's recently outed public health initiatives.
Health/Nutrition 29 March '16
After reviewing drug policy models of some European nations, U.S. health experts are now calling on the government to adopt a similar drug policy. They believe it would be a better solution to the country's drug problem than arresting minor drug offenders.
Family Life 24 March '16
Body piercing and tattoos can be a form of self-expression for teens. The can be permanent and life-changing. Here are things you should know.
Health/Nutrition 5 June '15
It has been revealed by public health officials that rural Appalachia is on the brink of an HIV spread as the region struggles to cope with injection drug abuse and hepatitis C.
Health/Nutrition 28 February '14
The Egyptian Army's recent claim that they discovered the cure for AIDS and hepatitis C has been met with public ridicule.