09/16/2011 A nationwide retail-level recall has been issued by Qualitest Pharmaceuticals.Â A large amount of oral contraceptives were packaged incorrectly, which could lead to inadequate contraception for women using this product on a daily level.Â This could lead to unwanted pregnancy.Â There were several blister packs found that were rotated about 180 degrees inside the…
08/24/2011 Today The FDA issued a notice to healthcare professionals and their patients about the antidepressant drug that is called Celexa (Citalopram hydrobromide). What is Celexa? Celexa is in a class of antidepressant drugs called âselective serotonin reuptake inhibitors
While coconut oil has dragged itself out of the muck of vast misrepresentation over the past few years, it still rarely gets the appreciation it truly deserves. Not just a “good” saturated fat, coconut oil is an exceptional healing agent, as well, with loads of useful health applications, which include:
06/07/2011 A lab analyses performed by the FDA found traces of Sulfoaildenafil methanesulfonate, sulfosildenafil and dimethylsildenafil in Xtreme Ultimate Sexual Enhancer Dietary Supplement for Men. The active drug ingredients are not found on the products label.Â Selenafil is an approved active ingredient listed by the FDA as a drug used for erectile dysfunction (ED), and…
June 1, 2011 The FDA along with Aidapack Services, LLC has issued a voluntary recall to all hospital inpatient pharmacies for the products listed on the companyâs website.Â This recall was issued when Aidapack received information that there was possible cross contamination in the repackaged non penicillin drug products. There is a great risk of&
Scientists at the Gladstone Institutes and the University of California, San Francisco, have made an important breakthrough: they have discovered a way to transform skin cells into mature, fully functioning liver cells that flourish on their own, even after being transplanted into laboratory animals modified to mimic liver failure.
Researchers have discovered the presence of a novel subtype of innate lymphoid cells in human spleen essential for the production of antibodies. This discovery, published in the prestigious journal Nature Immunology, clears the path to the identification of novel strategies to develop more efficient vaccines against encapsulated bacteria, considered highly virulent.