Monthly Archives: September 2011

  1. Inurec: American cranberry

    Inurec Farmasierra Group presented a food supplement based American cranberry lozenges formulated and recommended for preventive treatment and concomitant recurrent urinary tract infections (ITUR).
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  2. Catalan pharmacies to limit its survival

    The Catalan Health Service (CatSalut) reported that, due to cash flow problems of the Generalitat de Catalunya, delayed an additional 30 days of the invoice payment to pharmacies in the form of prescriptions billed by the National Health System ( SNS).
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  3. Pharmaceutical services at risk because of CCAA debt

    Non-payment of debt threatens some communities pharmaceutical services
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  4. What about Mercurochrome?

    For decades, was the queen of home cures. With its characteristic red color, tinged childhood Mercurochrome generations of Spanish who looked on her elbows and knees the 'footprints' left by the games on the road.
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  5. The strange forms of the placebo

    The placebo effect, the curious phenomenon that improve someone convinced of the healing benefits of your pills or sugar pills, is more universal than we think.
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  6. Roche aims to Andalusia by high delinquency

    The president of the multinational points to Spain to discuss the cessation of supply to Greece for failure to pay and the company reaffirms the idea to highlight the region's debt.
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  7. Shame difficult to treat head lice

    Almost one in five Spanish would be ashamed if his son had lice, which would hamper the proper treatment of infection in children, according to the Survey on Pediculosis Filvit developed by the Spanish Society of Pediatric Outpatient and Primary Care ( SEPEAP) and the Center for Information Pediculosis.
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  8. Discovered a treatment against an aggressive childhood cancer

    A study made by IDIBELL researchers shows that glucose metabolism inhibition with 2-deoxyglucose (2-DG) induces cell death in a type of childhood sarcoma: alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma. The results have been published in the journal Cancer Research.
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  9. SpongeBob Cartoon Can Cloud Kids Concentration

    Mom and Dad warned that television would rot your brain, and a new study suggests it's true — at least from certain frenetic-style cartoons.
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  10. Sex therapists: Use of Surrogate Sex Partners

    Sex therapists talk with their patients to help them confront their sexual problems and improve their sex lives.
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