Drug News (Medindia)

Injuries Due To Seizures Are Common Proves Study

If the frequency of your seizure is less, that doesn't mean, you are at a minimal danger. According to this study, you need to be seizure free to be safe. A 50% reduction in seizure frequency might be good as a regulatory outcome, but it's not good for patients.

Can Severe Sepsis Lead To Heart Disease Development?

The link between severe sepsis and heart disease development has been finally found. Yes, severe sepsis or infection can change the heart physiology thereby cause heart disease problems.

Measles Outbreak in Philippines Claims 136 Lives

Around 136 people, mostly children, have died of measles and 8,400 others have been sickened in an outbreak in Philippines blamed partly on recent vaccination fears.

Eating More Ultra-processed Foods Can Lead to Early Death

Eating too many ultra-processed foods can put at higher risk of early death. So, avoid highly processed foods like packaged snacks, sodas, sweetened drinks, cakes, donuts, pastries, ice cream, pizzas, pasta, burgers, hot dogs, and sausages to live longer.

Man Who Made "Global Warming" a Common Term Died at 87

Wallace Smith Broecker brought "global warming" into common use with a 1975 article that correctly predicted that rising carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere would lead to pronounced warming.