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Microbiologist and lead author Carmen Cordova called the FDA's inaction in the face of its own findings "a breach of their responsibility and the public trust." The study is the latest contribution to an ongoing debate over the prolific use of
Three Christchurch people charged with drugs offences arising from the police's Operation Nebraska nationwide investigation have pleaded not guilty. The trio have electedtrial by jury, and the trial may be held in Wellington. Four alleged offenders
They believe their experiments could lead to drugs that help to keep people younger and healthier...They are involved in DNA repair and gene regulation, and may help to prevent diabetes, heart disease and cancer...Animals were fed a standard diet
The drug, flibanserin, treats hypoactive sexual desire disorder in women. Sprout Pharmaceuticals said the FDA wants to see more data on how the drug interacts with other medications. Nearly 10 percent of women in trials reported sleepiness while
From pills, drugs to gels , everything is supposed to help boost your libido. According to Ehsan Ullah, the pills are used because they have several characteristics : "They help anyone who is unable to have sex , and they prolong the use for those
Select a date range Create a custom date range From: To: Bloomberg News February 14, 2014 , 2:40 p.m. Lengthy lists of drug side effects recited in TV ads are so baffling that they may cause consumers to overlook the worst harms of the medicine, U.S.
Still, there's a general sense that the drugs of choice for writers now are more often little blue pills than big brown bottles," writes Adam Gopnik , adding "(You can take the pill, and then send the kids to school.)" So those little blue pills
Sprout Pharmaceutical has not lost desire for its female sex pill. Despite receiving a complete response letter from the FDA, the little drugmaker is appealing the agency decision. Nonetheless, the agency decision is only the latest instance in which
The 15-year search for a pill that boosts sexual desire in women has hit another roadblock, raising questions about the future of efforts to develop a female equivalent to Viagra. Sprout Pharmaceuticals said Wednesday it has reached an impasse with
It's hard out there for a rule-flouting, heavily financed disruptor. If it's not government regulators, then it's "frivolous lawsuits," amiright? This time, it's a class action lawsuit filed in California accusing 23andMe of "falsely and misleadingly"