THURSDAY, Nov. 16, 2017 -- Using stem cells to grow new heart tissue, and even whole organs, used to be the stuff of science fiction.
People are taking the unapproved supplement to treat conditions like pain, anxiety and depression -- without medical supervision, FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb said in a statement. Others use
One in five U.S. adults still used tobacco in 2015, and most were smokers, a new federal government study of tobacco products reported Thursday.
Research from the University of North Carolina has found that not only do e-cigarettes cause potentially damaging immune responses seen in traditional cigarettes, but they can also trigger a new immune response that has not been seen before in traditional cigarettes.
The therapy is called Yescarta and will be used to treat patients with the deadly blood cancer who have not responded to other forms of treatment.
Since the drug eteplirson disappears from the blood within hours of being taken, the researchers conducted a study focused on finding a way to deliver the drug to muscle and increase its cellular u
Since the drug eteplirson disappears from the blood within hours of being taken, the researchers conducted a study focused on finding a way to deliver the drug to muscle and increase its cellular uptake and effectiveness, outlining possible methods for increasing efficacy in a study published Monday in the journal Nature Communications.
THURSDAY, Oct. 12, 2017 -- A U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel was poised on Thursday to recommend approval for a gene therapy that could grant the gift of sight to young people with
Unlike e-cigarettes, the so called "heat-not-burn" device works by warming up tobacco to about 500 degrees Fahrenheit, producing an inhalable aerosol.
Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco, completed the clinical trial of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved antihistamine clemastine fumarate on patients with MS.