The US Food and Drug Administration has approved RSV to combat the infection that kills babies

health by Brock Steinberg July 18, 2023 | 11:26 a.m The Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved a new drug, Beyfortus (nirsevimab), to protect young children from the deadly infection known as respiratory syncytial virus. Worldwide, RSV is the second leading cause of death during a newborn’s first year of life, second only to … Read more

Cordyceps: benefits, nutrition, and risks

Cordyceps is a type of fungus that grows on the larvae of the caterpillars. It has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to improve fatigue, cough, libido, kidney function, and weakness after severe illness. Today, supplements and other products containing lab-made cordyceps are advertised to help with everything from athletic performance and … Read more

Despite the stigma, stimulant medications for ADHD discourage children from using drugs later in life.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common mental disorders in children, by far.Any parent who resists giving their child some of the prescribed medications designed to treat it. One of the most prevalent concerns is that prescribing stimulant medications could lay the foundation for future drug use, including illegal drug use. … Read more

Cough syrup in the UK can only be prescribed by prescription due to addiction concerns

July 18, 2023 image source, Getty Images Linctus cough syrup or codeine is no longer available without a prescription due to concerns that it is addictive and can lead to serious health problems. Increasing numbers of reports of drug abuse and dependence on codeine medications are being submitted to the UK Medicines Safety Regulatory Authority. … Read more

Experts say common prescription medications may cause depression as a side effect

1/5 Jackie Henry, who said she now feels better than ever, became depressed after taking hormonal contraceptives for 15 years to manage endometriosis pain. Photo provided by Jackie Henry NEW YORK, July 18 (UPI) – With some prescription medications, the treatment can be more serious than the underlying disease, with depression and even suicidal thoughts … Read more

The Food and Drug Administration approves a new drug to protect babies and children from respiratory syncytial virus

US officials on Monday approved the first long-acting drug to protect infants and young children from the respiratory virus that sends tens of thousands of American children to the hospital each year. RSV is a cold-like nuisance for most healthy people, but it can be life-threatening to the very young and very old. The Food … Read more

Chinni kebab: what are its benefits and what are the benefits?

News lifestyle health Chinni kebab: what are its benefits and what are the benefits? Certified Nutritionist Dr. Rohini Patel said it has antimicrobial properties and has been traditionally used to treat respiratory ailments. (Source: Pixabay) Listen to this article Your browser does not support the audio element. no, down the kebab Not literally made by … Read more