No holiday gift for GSK: FDA sends long-acting HIV injectable back to work

HIV patients hunting for relief from the burden of daily pills should wait longer. Saturday, GlaxoSmithKline's ViiV Healthcare declared that the FDA had rejected its long-acting HIV injection, known underneath of the working title Cabenuva. The statement is thin on details, noting with the exception that large response letter pertains to chemistry manufacturing and controls... Continue Reading →

The Benefits of Sage as an Herb and Spice

Sage, scientifically known as Salvia officinalis, derives from the Latin “to save,” and its medicinal properties illustrate just how appropriate this name is. The herb has perhaps one of the longest-standing records in therapeutic uses and also has been used in one form or another in nearly every culture and region in the world. Now,... Continue Reading →

Can you believe that a German man Dies of Infection from Dog’s Lick?

Pet owners should seek direct health care bills when they develop unusual flu-like symptoms, health practitioners say after an instance study about a 63-year-old man in Germany who passed away from a rare infection developed when his dog liked him. Photo by Lisa Fotios on Pexels.com The infection was because of capnocytophaga canimorsus bacteria, that... Continue Reading →

Did you know that the CDC report identifies two new potentially deadly superbugs?

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a new report Wednesday warning that superbugs that resist antibiotics have killed many people as thought before. C. difficile caused nearly a quarter associated with a million hospitalizations and at least 12,800 deaths in 2017. It is one in all five antibiotic-resistant urgent threats identified in the report. Two of them were newly added since 2013. One, the fungus Candida auris, was not even on the CDC's radar five... Continue Reading →

Humiliating ICE raids on Mississippi food processing plants result in 680 arrests!

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said Wednesday that its officers had raided seven food processing plants in Mississippi and detained approximately 680 "removable aliens" in what a federal prosecutor described as "the largest single-state immigration enforcement operation in your nation's history." Nearly 600 ICE agents swarmed the plants in Bay Springs, Carthage, Canton, Morton,... Continue Reading →

The public is unaware that cement production makes more CO2 than all the trucks in the world

Whenever anyone complains regarding the carbon footprint of making cement and how it is accountable to 7 percent of a given world’s CO2 emissions, the field responds, saying, “We’re performing work on it!” And it’s true, they are definitely. But as Vanessa Dezem writes in Bloomberg, that doesn’t mean anyone is buying it, or that... Continue Reading →

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