FDA orders tofu and sprout manufacturer to stop selling adulterated food U.S. Magistrate Judge Carolyn K. Delaney entered a consent decree against Henh Wong Fresh Produce, a tofu and sprout manufacturer and distributor, and its owner, current manager, and former manager after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration documented multiple violations
Gout medications might be useful in treating alcohol-induced liver disease Two commonly used gout medications, which target uric acid and adenosine triphosphate, may offer protection from alcohol-induced liver disease and inflammation. These findings suggest that clinical trials in humans with alcoholic liver disease should be considered.
Team advances therapy preventing addiction relapse by erasing drug-associated memories Scientists have made a discovery that brings them closer to a new therapy based on selectively erasing dangerous and tenacious drug-associated memories. A new study demonstrates the effectiveness of a single injection of an early drug candidate called blebbistatin in preventing relapse in animal models of methamphetamine addiction.
New Medicaid healthcare program for disabled adults improves aspects of patient's' care Care linked to heart attacks and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, among disabled adults covered by Medicaid has improved with the expansion of a new health care program in Texas.
Mindfulness-based stress reduction therapy decreases PTSD symptom severity among veterans In a randomized trial that included veterans with PTSD, those who received mindfulness-based stress reduction therapy showed greater improvement in self-reported PTSD symptom severity, although the average improvement appears to have been modest,