• Armodafinil – Right Pills To Maintain Alertness
    7:52 AM

    Are you searching tablet to maintain the alertness? Do you need to enhance the mental performance? If yes, then armodaginil is one of the best tablets. It is sold as the prescription tablet under the name of the Nuvigil or Waklert. In the recent research, more than one million people have purchased this drug in

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  • Apply massage and get a bigger bust than before
    4:17 PM

    Those who wish to learn as to how to enhance breast size should preferably some great deal study about the various techniques which can be used for the improvement of the breast size. If you are less than satisfied with what nature provided you as far as breast are concerned, you will be very happy

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  • Living with Alzheimer’s
    7:14 AM

    Having someone close diagnosed with Alzheimer’s is difficult, both for the person and their caregivers. There is only medication to aid with the symptoms, but there’s yet nothing that can cure it. It, therefore, becomes a case of helping managed the illness. With it, however, come a lot of changes and adjustments as each day

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  • Breast lift surgery: Know the tips before doing
    3:30 PM

    Breasts lift surgery is considered as the most popular breast surgery. It helps to lift and reinstate your loose and sagging breasts. Usually, women who aren’t enthusiastic about the volume of their own breasts can select the surgery to get firm and stiff breasts. Many women are dissatisfied with their breast quantity. When in a

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  • Ada Targets Underserved Areas With Symptom Self-Check Up App
    9:52 AM

    German-based Ada Health has announced the launch of its Global Health Initiative, whose centerpiece is an AI enabled self-check up app that will be deployed in underserved areas. Ada has launched the app in Germany, the United States, and Canada, but now, focus is shifting to Sub-Saharan Africa, where there are large populations whose healthcare

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  • FDA Lifts Clinical Hold on Epizyme’s Lead Candidate’s Study
    7:17 AM

    The FDA has lifted a partial clinical hold on Epizyme’s cancer candidate tazemetostat. A small molecule EZH2 inhibitor, tazemetostat, holds the promise for treating aggressive cancers such as leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma. Back in April, the FDA paused enrollment of new patients in clinical trials after one child in the study developed lymphoblastic leukemia.

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  • FDA Green Lights One-of-a-Kind Stent
    8:20 AM

    The FDA recently approved a high performance stent. Manufactured by Biotronik, the PK Papyrus platform is a covered coronary stent, a device meant to be used in the emergency treatment of acute coronary perforations The new coronary stent, which was launched in Europe in 2013, is said to be the first FDA approved device for

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  • Illinois changes its health benefit benchmark plan
    12:01 PM

    In Illinois healthcare news, Illinois became the first state to change its essential health benefit-benchmark plan. The new plan approved Monday, August 27th, includes measures to fight the opioid crisis and expand mental health services access  in Illinois. “This isn’t just about rules and regulations, it’s about not giving up on people,” said Jennifer Hammer,

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  • Myths related to kidney diseases
    11:04 AM

    Unawareness about a disease and its complications is often as big a reason behind the death of an individual, as is the absence of proper treatment measures. With the increasing number of kidney disease cases in the country, it is time that people started focusing on what these ailments are and what actually causes them.

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  • A Destination Wedding in Dubai: Everything You Must Know
    9:44 AM

    A destination wedding is an exciting event all around. Aside from tying the knot with your beloved in a stunning location, you and your partner can also go straight into your honeymoon. What’s more, both you (the couple) and your guests can make the most of the opportunity to explore the country some more and

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