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Lupin launches generic Atovaquone Oral Suspension USP in US

Lupin has launched Atovaquone Oral Suspension USP, 750 mg/5 mL having received an approval from the United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) earlier. Lupin’s Atovaquone Oral Suspension USP, 750 mg/5 mL is the generic equivalent of Glaxosmithkline LLC’s Mepron oral suspension 750 mg/5 ml. It is indicated for the ... Read More »

Lupin launches generic Atovaquone Oral Suspension USP in US

Lupin has launched Atovaquone Oral Suspension USP, 750 mg/5 mL having received an approval from the United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) earlier. Lupin’s Atovaquone Oral Suspension USP, 750 mg/5 mL is the generic equivalent of Glaxosmithkline LLC’s Mepron oral suspension 750 mg/5 ml. It is indicated for the ... Read More »

An 81 YO Underwent Successful Surgery for Bladder Cancer

Geetanjali Hospital’s Onco Surgeons’ Successful Surgery Udaipur : Geetanjali Medical College & Hosptial’s Oncology Surgeons Dr. Ashish Jakhetiya & Dr. Arun Pandey have successfully performed Radical Cystectomy (surgery for bladder cancer) recently. The surgery was done on an 81 years old patient, L N Toshniwal, hailing from Chittorgarh district, who ... Read More »

USFDA conducts inspection at Biocon’s Bengaluru facility

United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) has conducted a pre-approval inspection of Biocon’s new Oral Solid Dosage Forms manufacturing facility at Bengaluru from November 05 to 09. The audit concluded without any observations and no Form 483 was issued. Biocon is India’s largest and Asia’s leading Biotechnology Company with ... Read More »

Week 34 of pregnancy reduces breast cancer risk: Study

Previous research has highlighted how women under the age of 30 can reduce their risk of contracting breast cancer later in life by having a baby. But a new study by experts in Denmark and Norway claims to have identified the precise week of pregnancy when the change occurs. “If ... Read More »

Air pollution – A link to Life and Death…

Stargazing is one of the most calming activities people often prefer to do with their friends, families and dear ones. If we go outside on a clear night, we can’t help ourselves. Our head tilts back, our eyes rise up, and we find ourselves gazing at the stars. But do ... Read More »

Story of the Air in India

As I walked through the streets of Delhi, I could taste and feel the different chemicals in the air. Today, doctors often say that, ‘breathing air in India is like smoking 50 cigarettes in day’. Seeing a random couple walk down the streets of India today, with their pollution protection ... Read More »

Lupin Neurosciences receives positive CHMP opinion for NaMuscla

Lupin Neurosciences, a specialty pharma division of Lupin has announced that the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP), the scientific committee of the European Medicines Agency (EMA), has adopted a positive opinion recommending the marketing authorization of NaMusclaim (mexiletine hydrochloride) for the symptomatic treatment of myotonia in adults ... Read More »

The last wish of 3 Siblings…

Once there lived 3 water bottles. All three were sisters – the younger one of 250 ml, the middle one of 500 ml and the eldest of 1000 ml. All the three were very proud to be providing drinkable water to the thirsty throats. But all the three had something ... Read More »

GMCH Successfully carries Whipples Procedure (Surgery)

Udaipur : Oncology surgical team of Geetanjali Cancer Center, Geetanjali Medical College & Hospital, Udaipur were successful in performing the whipple surgery for three patients of age 50, 63 & 75 years respectively hailing from local districts of Rajasthan recently. The patients were referred from local hospitals in view of ... Read More »

Eye Check-up Camp for Sakhi Rural & Tribal Women by Hindustan Zinc

18 families from 4 nearby villages of Zawar Mines got benefitted…  Hindustan Zinc under its Community Service Initiatives, organized Eye check-up camp for Sakhi rural & tribal women of Zawar Mines. The camp was organized at Rural Development Resource Centre of Zawar Mines where more than 30 rural & tribal ... Read More »

How does psoriatic arthritis affect the spine?

Psoriatic arthritis tends to develop in the large joints, particularly in the hands and feet. However, it can also affect the spine, causing pain in the back and pelvic area. Psoriatic arthritis is most common in people with psoriasis or individuals with a family history of the disease. Around 30 ... Read More »

What are the most healthful vegetables you can eat?

Eating plenty of vegetables is one of the easiest ways for people to improve their health and well-being. All vegetables contain healthful vitamins, minerals, and fiber. However, some stand out for their exceptional health benefits. Some individuals benefit more from certain vegetables than others, depending on their diet, overall health, ... Read More »

Causes and home remedies for toe cramps

The toes and feet bear the weight of the body every day. People may squeeze them into tight-fitting shoes or subject them to pressure while playing sports, making toe cramps a common complaint. When people experience toe cramps, they may be a mild annoyance or so intense that walking becomes ... Read More »

Is compulsive eating before a period normal?

Compulsive eating is common in the days leading up to a period. Several tips and strategies can help a person curb these cravings. Compulsive eating, or binge eating, is an overwhelming urge to eat more food than necessary. It may involve snacking when not hungry or eating in secret. Some ... Read More »

Seed oils are better for cholesterol than olive oil

An analysis of data from dozens of studies reveals that replacing saturated fat in the diet with unsaturated fat reduces low-density lipoprotein cholesterol. In addition, of the unsaturated fats, seed oils such as sunflower have the strongest effect. Is olive oil or seed oil, such as sunflower, more healthful? Dr. ... Read More »

The probiotic that kills antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Infection with the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus can cause many health problems, including sepsis. Certain strains of this bacterium are resistant to antibiotics, so they are particularly dangerous. However, researchers discover that a probiotic bacterium can destroy this superbug. Researchers are now investigating the potential of a probiotic bacterium in treating ... Read More »

Radial nerve injury: Everything you need to know

The radial nerve is in the arm, and it helps control the movement of the triceps, the extension of the wrist and fingers, and the sensation in part of the hand. Radial nerve injury can cause pain, weakness, and loss of function in the wrist, hand, and fingers. A common ... Read More »

New risk factor for mouth cancer uncovered

In some regions, mouth cancer incidence has risen. A recent study uncovers a new risk factor that might help explain these increases. A recent study investigates a new risk factor for mouth cancer. In certain parts of the world, over the past couple of decades, mouth cancer rates have soared. ... Read More »

Atrial fibrillation increases the risk of dementia

New evidence suggests that atrial fibrillation, in which the heart has an irregular beat, is linked to an increased risk of dementia. This knowledge, however, also indicates a potential preventive strategy, researchers show. An irregular heartbeat speeds up the rate at which cognitive function deteriorates, but there may be an ... Read More »

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