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Most older adults would willingly take fewer medicines
Most elderly patients taking multiple prescription medications would be willing to reduce their daily pill regimen to minimize their risk of side effects like falls or dangerous drug interactions, a US study suggested.
No evidence cough medicines work with one in seven patients experiencing negative side effects
There is no evidence that medicines for persistent coughs have any benefit, and one in seven patients actually experience negative side effects, a study found.
Fake, low-quality medicines prevalent in the developing world
A new study from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill found that substandard and falsified medicines, including medicines to treat malaria, are a serious problem in much of the world.
Iran unveils three new homegrown medicines
Iranian Health Minister Seyed Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi unveiled three new domestically made medicines: two blood glucose-lowering drugs and a new type of antihistamine.
New platform poised to be next generation of genetic medicines
A City of Hope (a leading research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases) scientist has discovered a gene-editing technology that could efficiently and accurately correct the genetic defects that underlie certain diseases, positioning the new tool as the basis for the next generation of genetic therapies.
FDA bans use of opioid-containing children's cough medicines
Trying to put a dent in the ongoing opioid addiction crisis, the US Food and Drug Administration slapped strict new restrictions on the use of opioid-containing cold and cough products by kids.
700 medicines made affordable for Indian poor
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the central government had fixed prices for 700 medicines for the benefit of the people as part of a comprehensive healthcare policy.
New discovery could help oral medicines work better
A team of researchers from the University of Minnesota and the Dow Chemical Company have discovered a new method for customizing ingredients that help oral medications dissolve in the body and be absorbed into the bloodstream.
Call to make life-saving medicines more affordable
By Sadeq Dehqan & Atefeh Rezvan-Nia
Iranian banks criticized for inaction to import food and medicines
An economic expert on Saturday criticized the Iranian banks for inaction to open up Letters of Credit for import of food and medicines due to arbitrary Western sanctions.
Satellite medicines harmful
The use of medicines advertised on satellite channels is harmful for people's health, said a member Majlis Health Commission.

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