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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Health News:Nexium Recalled ♦ More than 180 children sickened by foodborne illness in Pakistan ♦ Drug inhibits infection that causes watery

.Nexium Recalled - Seroquel XR Nexium bottles Recall: Antipsychotic found in bottle labeled for GERD medication. AstraZeneca announced a voluntary recall of 34,524 mislabeled Nexium bottles following the discovery of Seroquel XR, an antipsychotic agent, in an unopened Nexium container.
More than 180 children sickened by foodborne illness in Pakistan More than 180 children at a home for orphans in Islamabad, Pakistan, were sickened Sunday, July 5, 2015, reportedly after consuming “substandard” food. The children were taken to three different hospitals after complaining of stomach pain and other symptoms of foodborne illness soon after eating breakfast. According to a newspaper report, some of the children became...
Drug inhibits infection that causes watery diarrhea Researchers have demonstrated that heparin, a type of inhibits infection with Cryptosporidium parvum, a protozoan that causes diarrhea in humans and other mammals. This will facilitate the development of anti-cryptosporidial agents.
Study reveals brain network responsible for cognitive changes in multiple sclerosis Decreased connectivity between network-specific brain regions are to blame for the central deficit common to the various cognitive changes associated with multiple sclerosis (MS). The study found that, compared to healthy controls, individuals with MS exhibit weaker brain connections between the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and posterior brain regions.
Molecule linked to muscle fatigue in humans; enhances exercise tolerance when fed to mice Everyone's muscles have different limits. While professional athletes can train for hours before feeling fatigued, others struggle to mow the lawn or climb stairs. No panacea exists to create an equal playing field, nor will one likely be discovered, but a new study questions whether this limit can be nutritionally extended.

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