Explained: How is the US cancer drug shortage linked to India?

How did an FDA inspection of an Indian pharmaceutical plant lead to a widespread shortage of chemotherapy drugs in the United States? Published: 03 July 2023, 19:48 IST The shortage of cancer drugs in the US has been linked to Indian pharmaceuticals. |) The shortage of cancer drugs in the US has been linked to … Read more

It’s official: Ingredient in diet cola is linked to cancer, according to the World Health Organization

It's official: Ingredient in diet cola is linked to cancer, according to the World Health Organization

Written by Finlay Mead People have been saying for years that Diet Coke causes cancer, but a recent decision by the world’s top global health body has finally confirmed what we’ve all suspected for some time. Health is a total minefield. From the counterintuitive and little-known risks of intermittent fasting to the terrifying repercussions of … Read more

Benzodiazepines such as Xanax, Valium linked to brain injury, job loss, suicide

Medicine, pills over brain MRI scans

AURORA, Col. —For decades, countless Americans have taken benzodiazepines such as Xanax, Valium and Klonopin as a supposedly safe way to treat anxiety. These drugs are certainly effective for temporarily staving off anxiety, but recent studies are now tying the benzodiazepine class of drugs with a number of troubling side effects. Researchers at the University … Read more

Taking vitamin D supplements linked to increased chances of avoiding heart attacks

Vitamin D

QUEENSLAND, Australia —Vitamin D is probably most synonymous with sunshine and strong bone health, but new Australian research suggests that a regular regimen of vitamin D supplementation can also go a long way in promoting heart health. The study, based on a clinical trial, finds that vitamin D supplements may reduce the risk of serious … Read more

ALS: Omega-3 fatty acids linked to 50% lower risk of death.

plate of nuts and a nutcracker

Share on PinterestOmega-3s, found in foods such as fish and nuts, may be beneficial for people with ALS, a progressive and incurable disease. Ingrid Bertens/Stocksy Omega-3 fatty acids are known to have a variety of health benefits. Harvard University researchers have now found that people with ALS who eat foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids … Read more