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05 May 2015

Probiotics are continuously gaining in popularity, but advice on the right type and the correct way to take them is as important as ever, says pharmacist Seema Rambisheswar.

28 Dec 2017
Varenicline, while effective for smoking cessation, appears to significantly elevate the risk of cardiovascular hospitalization and emergency department visits, particularly for new users, a recent study shows.
29 Nov 2017
Younger children appear to be more likely to experience behavioural side effects of antiepileptic drugs (AEDs), with the likelihood increasing if children with epilepsy have baseline hyperactivity/impulsivity, a retrospective study has found.
Jairia Dela Cruz, 30 Sep 2017
There appear to be two clinically relevant methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus strains—ST80 and ST6—in ready-to-eat food and food contact surfaces at retail in Singapore, and humans rather than animals are the likely sources of contamination, according to a team of investigators.

New Science on Probiotics: International Meeting of Probiotics & Personalized Medicine 2017 (IMPPM 2017)

01 Nov 2017
Since the beginning of the probiotic era in the 20th century, much emphasis has been given on its role in the regulation of gut health. The past decades have seen increasing evidence on the benefits of probiotics beyond just gut health, to even encompass, skin health, memory and brain health, and immunity.
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Most Read Articles
05 May 2015

Probiotics are continuously gaining in popularity, but advice on the right type and the correct way to take them is as important as ever, says pharmacist Seema Rambisheswar.

28 Dec 2017
Varenicline, while effective for smoking cessation, appears to significantly elevate the risk of cardiovascular hospitalization and emergency department visits, particularly for new users, a recent study shows.
29 Nov 2017
Younger children appear to be more likely to experience behavioural side effects of antiepileptic drugs (AEDs), with the likelihood increasing if children with epilepsy have baseline hyperactivity/impulsivity, a retrospective study has found.
Jairia Dela Cruz, 30 Sep 2017
There appear to be two clinically relevant methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus strains—ST80 and ST6—in ready-to-eat food and food contact surfaces at retail in Singapore, and humans rather than animals are the likely sources of contamination, according to a team of investigators.