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Study: Migraines may be symptom of depressive mood disorders

A new study shows that migraine headaches may be linked to more serious health concerns. New research that was recently released shows that forty percent of women that reported currently having a migraine, or having one in the past, were later diagnosed with depression. “This is one of the first large studies to examine the […]

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Abbott facing more lawsuits involving marketing

Abbott Laboratories is currently facing more lawsuits that claim that the antiseizure medication, Depakote, was marketed incorrectly and they violated consumer-protection laws by doing so. Eight lawsuits have  been filed against executives of Abbott claiming breaches in “fiduciary duty” involving the sales of Depakote. The drug was approved to treat migraine headaches, epilepsy, manic episodes […]

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San Francisco study done on seizure recovery

According to a nationwide study done in San Francisco, seizure patients have a better chance of recovering from any brain issue if paramedics inject the patients with medication at the scene. “It’s going to make it more likely the seizure will stop by the time they get to the hospital,” said Dr. Claude Hemphill, a […]

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February is “Heart Health Month”

February is “Heart Health Month” in order to raise awareness of the importance of heart health in men and women. Heart disease is the number one killer of women and men in the U.S. and the goal of this month, is to raise awareness of the disease in order to save lives. A cardiologist has […]

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Four percent of U.S. adults have Bipolar disorder

In the U.S. nearly four percent of all adults will have Bipolar disorder, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Out of those that suffer from the disorder, many of them suffer severe side effects. Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depressive disorder, is a condition in the brain that causes mood swings that […]

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Epilepsy surgery may help with long term symptoms

A new study is suggesting that surgery to correct epilepsy may be proving to be a beneficial long term treatment. Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine have recently done a study on 361 epilepsy patients that all had the surgery done by the same surgeon between the years 1967 and 1990. Over […]

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National Birth Defect Prevention Awareness Month sheds light on congenital heart disease

The National Birth Defect Prevention Awareness Month took place in January and shed light on the frequency and danger of congenital heart defects. Congenital heart defects are the most common birth defects and birth defects are the leading cause of death of infants in the U.S. Officials are hoping that the birth defect awareness campaign […]

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Healthy eating can help prevent birth defects

Healthy eating is not only a great way to lose weight and remain healthy, but also help prevent from a range of birth defects for women who are pregnant. If folate, found in foods, and folic acid, a B vitamin, are taken when women are trying to become and continued during pregnancy, nearly 70 percent […]

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