By Alex Berenson
Postponement Sought for First Vioxx Trial
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By Associated Press
Merck Seeks Dismissal of Vioxx Suit
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By Jenny Murray
The Croonian Lecture is the most prestigious lecture of The Royal Society and for the first time it is being held in Scotland.
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By Gina Kolata
THE promises are everywhere. Sure, you smoked. But you can erase all those years of abusing your lungs if you just throw away the cigarettes. Eating a lot of junk food? Change your diet, lose even 5 or 10 pounds and rid yourself of those extra risks of
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By Science Daily
April 13, 2005 – In a four-week study of 1,587 men, researchers report that men who suffer from premature ejaculation (PE) had an average intravaginal ejaculatory latency time (IELT) of 1.8 minutes, compared to 7.3 minutes in men who did not.
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By Alex Berenson
Merck Asks for a Dismissal in First of Suits Over Vioxx
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By Jane Brody
Women are thought to be far more concerned about affairs of the heart than men. But when it comes to diseases of the heart, women and their doctors are paying far too little attention.
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By Abby Goodnough
MIAMI, April 8 - Bextra was Burt Wolfson's wonder drug. So the news that it was coming off the market amid new safety concerns made him panic.
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By Anahad O'Connor
Concerns about prescribing pain relievers deepened yesterday, doctors said, after the announcements that
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By Barnaby Feder
Lawyers Set to Bring More Suits
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By Anne Buckley
Circulation article describes Viagra's ability to stabilize
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By Mayer Resnik
Possible therapeutic role in preeclampsia, the leading cause of worldwide maternal mortality, illness
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By Jonell Rosinko
Ophthalmologists at the University of Minnesota say that a condition that causes permanent vision loss has been diagnosed in a small group of men who have taken the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra. The condition, nonarteritic ischemic optic neuropathy
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By Nat Ives
CONSUMERS appear to have taken careful note of the recent major troubles among prescription drug makers, according to an annual survey on direct-to-consumer advertising released yesterday.
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By Jane Brody
For decades I've been pleading with my readers to adopt healthy habits to prevent heart disease and possibly some cancers. Now there's another organ, the brain, that these measures may protect.
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By Eric Nagourney
A simple look at white blood cell counts in women ages 50 to 79 may help doctors tell if the women are at higher risk of cardiovascular disease, even if they have no symptoms, researchers said yesterday.
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By Nicholas Wade
In April 2001, researchers from the New York Medical College and the National Institutes of Health announced electrifying news for heart surgeons and their patients: stem cells from bone marrow, injected into the damaged hearts of mice, had morphed int
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By Associated Press
ORLANDO, Fla., March 9 (AP) - Adding Plavix to other anticlotting drugs typically given to heart attack patients saves lives and prevents second heart attacks, two international studies have found.
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By Alex Berenson
Two studies presented yesterday at a cardiology conference in Orlando, Fla., offered mixed news for two
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By Mary Duenwald
Regular use of low-dose aspirin does not prevent first heart attacks in women younger than 65, as it does in men, a 10-year study of healthy women has found.
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