The answer may be yes! Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine measured 3,380 features from sleep-deprived rats and in a parallel study 92 metabolites from sleep-restricted human (4 hours per night for 5 nights) serum to determine links between reduced sleep duration and metabolic dysfunction.
Co-prescribing bisphosphonates with certain medications in postmenopausal women battling osteoporosis increased their risk of fracture, according to a new study.
The FDA has approved an antibiotic to treat two infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria.
A new study looks at this question.
A voluntary recall of a skeletal relaxant has prompted a manufacturing change.
Today, the FDA announced that it has approved a drug to treat multiple myloma.
Sun Pharmaceuticals is recalling more than 3,000 bottles of an epilepsy drug in the United States, according to a report from the Press Trust of India.
The negative effects of long-term antibiotic use can be even more extensive and significant than the medical community previously thought, according to a new study.
A new study showed that engineering strains of probiotic bacteria reprogrammed intestinal cells to secrete insulin in response to blood glucose, which offers promise of a safe and effective way to treat diabetes with daily oral therapy.
Researchers have identified the single protein that activates mast cells in laboratory mice, marking an important step in understanding why drug-related allergic reactions occur in humans and what can be done to prevent them.
Taro Pharmaceuticals has launched a voluntary nationwide recall of more than 35,000 bottles of allergy syrup.
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