Heart Attacks

Osphena (ospemifene) a new medicine for painful/difficult intercourse in women now FDA approved

firework Painful or difficult intercourse is one of the most common sexuual problems that women have. The FDA has approved a new medicine ( Osphena (ospemifene) that can help. The FDA approved this new medicine and over 12 weeks, it helped a significant number of people.

Tuesday morning at the American Heart in LA--Niacin/Niaspan and a closer look at AIM HIGH

cat by flower Taking a closer look at the most basic things can often lead to valuable results. Think about this cat and the flower. A closer look gives you something you want to see versus what could have been a confusing picture on a patio. Research is sometimes like that.

Some powerful Extended Release and Long Acting pain medicines get a risk plan from the FDA

Risk and a new language and plan for Extended release and long acting opioid medicines-What on earth does this mean? Language in medicines is always complicated. The FDA has approved a REMS for 12 important pain medicines and it’s important to understand what this means. The medicines that come under this FDA Risk Evaluation and Mediation Strategy include:


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