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FDA approves non-statin drug to treat high cholesterol

The US Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved a drug to treat high cholesterol that works differently than statins, according to Esperion Therapeutics, the company that makes the drug.
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FDA approves non-statin drug to treat high cholesterol

The US Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved a drug to treat high cholesterol that works differently than statins, according to Esperion Therapeutics, the company that makes the drug.
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FDA approves non-statin drug for cholesterol

The US Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved a drug to treat high cholesterol that works differently than statins, according to Esperion Therapeutics, the company that makes the drug.
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Artificial intelligence yields new antibiotic

Using a machine-learning algorithm, MIT researchers have identified a powerful new antibiotic compound. In laboratory tests, the drug killed many of the world's most problematic disease-causing bacteria, including some strains that are resistant to all known antibiotics. It also cleared infections in two different mouse models.The computer model, which can screen more than a hundred million chemical compounds in a matter of days, is designed to pick out potential antibiotics that kill bacteria u...
Tags: Health, Biology, Medicine, Iraq, Mit, Bacteria, Afghanistan, Harvard, Medical Research, Innovation, Fda, Health Care, Collins, Stokes, James Collins, Broad Institute of MIT


Bio Roundup: Agile Approval, Coronavirus Collabs, Spruce’s $88M & More

The price of insulin, a life-saving treatment discovered a century ago, has been a flashpoint amid the broader drug pricing debate. The FDA is trying to tame high insulin prices by encouraging price competition.The FDA has historically regarded insulin as a drug. But insulin isn’t a chemical drug, it’s made from biological material. Under a rule change published this week, the FDA will classify insulin as a biological product. When the change takes effect on March 23, would-be competitors will ...
Tags: Startups, Ipo, Trends, Merck, Vc, Astrazeneca, Fda, National, Contraception, Novartis, Pfizer, Allergan, Women's Health, Abbvie, Biotech, Insulin


FDA Approves Voltaren Arthritis Pain, Pataday for OTC Use

Title: FDA Approves Voltaren Arthritis Pain, Pataday for OTC UseCategory: Health NewsCreated: 2/19/2020 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 2/20/2020 12:00:00 AM
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Here’s our pick of the top six startups from Pause Fest

We’ve been dropping into the Australian startup scene increasingly over the years as the ecosystem has been building at an increasingly faster pace, most notably at our own TechCrunch Battlefield Australia in 2017. Further evidence that the scene is growing has come recently in the shape of the Pause Fest conference in Melbourne. This event has gone from strength to strength in recent years and is fast becoming a must-attend for Aussie startups aiming for both national international attention. I...
Tags: Startups, TC, Electric Vehicle, Asia, Technology, Electronics, Australia, Articles, Artificial Intelligence, Autism, Electric Vehicles, Healthcare, Machine Learning, Angel, Fda, Melbourne


SXSW Pitch: NeelAgil Technologies

Neelam Dwivedi of NeelAgil Technologies Private Ltd aims to help millions of people treat their diabetes The Forrest Four-Cast: February 19, 2020 The next time you’re out in a crowd, look around. Imagine one out of every 10 people you see has a debilitating and often fatal disease.In the United States, in 2018, a stunning 10.5 percent of the population had diabetes, 34.2 million Americans. The global prevalence has jumped as well, going from 108 million adults worldwide in 1980 (4.7 percent) ...
Tags: Health, Startups, Entrepreneurship, Startup, Earth, Diabetes, United States, Fda, Mars, Einstein, Hyderabad, Sxsw, Hyderabad India, IIT Bombay, Chetan Bhagat, Hugh Forrest


A deep dive into cellular aging

Scientists at Sanford Burnham Prebys and Harvard University have discovered that mitochondria trigger senescence, the sleep-like state of aged cells, through communication with the cell's nucleus--and identified an FDA-approved drug that helped suppress the damaging effects of the condition in cells and mice. The discovery, published in Genes & Development, could lead to treatments that promote healthy aging or prevent age-associated diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer's disease, heart disease an...
Tags: Science, Harvard University, Fda, Sanford Burnham Prebys


FDA Clears 'World's First' Portable, Low-Cost MRI Following Positive Clinical Research (slashdot)

Magnetic resonance imaging is no longer confined to radiology departments. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced this month that it has provided clearance to the "world's first" bedside MRI system, according to an announcement. From a report: Hyperfine said it will begin shipping its portable, low-field modalities this summer. It's 510(k) clearance falls on the same day that Yale researchers reported the device can accurately and safely image patient's brains for stroke. Those prelimin...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Yale, Connecticut, Fda, U S Food and Drug Administration, Msmash, Hyperfine, American Stroke Association s International, Kevin Sheth, Yale School of Medicine This


Inside the world of cannabis influencers on Instagram and YouTube, who can make over $1,000 for a sponsored post but often get their accounts shut down

Being a cannabis influencer on social apps like Instagram and YouTube can be lucrative. But creators say their accounts often get shut down by both tech platforms.  Business Insider spoke to three cannabis influencers who said they charge anywhere from $300 to $1,500 for a sponsored post. Because of the threat of having an account on Instagram or YouTube shut down, these influencers said diversifying into other revenue streams like touring, merchandise, and consulting is important for cannabis...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Sweden, Instagram, California, Youtube, US, Trends, Canada, South Dakota, Fda, Ken Burns, Department Of Justice, Doj, Alex, Federal Trade Commission


FDA: China's coronavirus might disrupt 'critical medical products' including drugs and devices

The FDA has pulled inspectors from China amid the coronavirus and warned Americans might face shortages of drugs and devices if the outbreak persists.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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United States: FDA And Pharmacy Weekly Digest - February 13 - BakerHostetler

FDA Announces Proposed Information Collections – The Notice "announces the FDA information collection request from the OMB for a generic clearance
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Are plastic containers safe for our food?

The industry says its containers are safe but some experts point to a lack of data and warn that plastic and heat aren’t a good mixMany of us have an overflowing kitchen cupboard of plastic containers to store our leftovers.But as awareness grows over the health and environmental pitfalls of plastic, some consumers may be wondering: is it time to ditch that stash of old deli containers?Only 9% of all the plastic waste ever created has been recycled. From its contributions to global heating and p...
Tags: Science, US, Switzerland, Fda, New York University, Environmental Science Technology, BPA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, US Food and Drug Administration FDA, FCS, Nias, BPF, FPF, Emily Holden, Leo Trasande, New York University 's Grossman School of Medicine


Are plastic containers safe for our food? Experts say it’s hard to know

The plastics industry says its containers are safe but some experts advise consumers to avoid heating them and advocate using glass or metal instead Many of us have an overflowing kitchen cupboard of plastic containers to store our leftovers.But as awareness grows over the health and environmental pitfalls of plastic, some consumers may be wondering: is it time to ditch that stash of old deli containers?Only 9% of all the plastic waste ever created has been recycled. From its contributions to gl...
Tags: Science, US, Switzerland, Fda, New York University, Environmental Science Technology, BPA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, US Food and Drug Administration FDA, FCS, Nias, BPF, FPF, Emily Holden, Leo Trasande, New York University 's Grossman School of Medicine


FDA Clears 'World's First' Portable, Low-Cost MRI Following Positive Clinical Research

Magnetic resonance imaging is no longer confined to radiology departments. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced this month that it has provided clearance to the "world's first" bedside MRI system, according to an announcement. From a report: Hyperfine said it will begin shipping its portable, low-field modalities this summer. It's 510(k) clearance falls on the same day that Yale researchers reported the device can accurately and safely image patient's brains for stroke. Those prelimin...
Tags: Los Angeles, Tech, Yale, Connecticut, Fda, U S Food and Drug Administration, Hyperfine, American Stroke Association s International, Kevin Sheth, Yale School of Medicine This


9 Best Mattresses of 2020 For Business Owners

When running your own business, it can be challenging to separate your work life from your personal life. Unlike a 9 to 5 job, business owners take their work with them when they leave the office. As the line between work and home becomes blurred, business owners often end up making major sacrifices along the way. Unfortunately, time for sleep is one of the first things busy professions cut in favor of more personal productivity. Although it may seem tempting to put off sleep to answer one more...
Tags: Google, US, Sales, Usb, Fda, Thermo, Alpaca, Kingsdown, Popular Articles, DepositPhotos, Product Lists, Vaya, Amerisleep, Oeko Tex, ZOMA, BioCore


Inaugural Northeastern Cider Conference to be Held in Albany, New York in March 2020

This March is the inaugural Northeastern Cider Conference, which will be held in Albany, New York. The conference is a much-needed event for cider makers, brand owners, and importers. Sessions will discuss matters pertaining to growing, fermenting, distribution, retail, education, packaging, etc. and will include many renowned professionals in the cider world. I will be one of the panelist for the label design session and plan to discuss label compliance issues that can be unique to hard cider...
Tags: Food, Fda, Ttb, Albany New York, Lindsey Zahn, New York Cider Association


Cummings and Johnson face backlash over sacking of advisers

Union to pursue unfair dismissal case after ex-Treasury aide Sonia Khan was marched out of Downing StreetBoris Johnson and his closest aide, Dominic Cummings, have been facing a backlash over the dismissal of senior advisers as the union representing high-ranking public servants announced that it was pursuing a case for unfair dismissal and sex discrimination against a female adviser who was sacked and marched out of Downing Street by an armed policeman.Two days after Sajid Javid resigned as cha...
Tags: Politics, Conservatives, UK News, Civil Service, Treasury, Boris Johnson, Fda, Sajid Javid, Johnson, Cummings, Dominic Cummings, Sonia Khan, StreetBoris Johnson, First Division Association


FDA Requests Market Withdrawal of Diet Drug Belviq Due to Cancer Risk

Title: FDA Requests Market Withdrawal of Diet Drug Belviq Due to Cancer RiskCategory: Health NewsCreated: 2/13/2020 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 2/14/2020 12:00:00 AM
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Weight Loss Drug Belviq Pulled From Market Over ‘Slight’ Cancer Risk

The maker of a weight loss drug pulled it from the market Thursday at the request of federal regulators, who said it posed a slight increased risk of cancer. Japan’s Eisai Inc. said it was voluntarily withdrawing the drug, Belviq. (The company’s U.S. headquarters is in Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey.) However, the company said in a statement that it disagreed with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s interpretation of new data on the drug’s safety and still believes Belviq’s benefit outweigh...
Tags: Japan, News, Uncategorized, Fda, U S Food and Drug Administration, Eisai, Eisai Inc, Belviq, Onetime, Woodcliff Lake New Jersey, Belviq Contrave


What Joaquin Phoenix got right at the Oscars

What Joaquin Phoenix got right at the Oscars Actor Joaquin Phoenix has been lambasted for his acceptance speech at the 2020 Academy Awards, in which he lent the weight of his celebrity to stamping out the grave evil of domesticating cattle. However, Phoenix made a vital, if less noticed, point that every person should accept and appreciate. It’s worth saying at the outset that this is not to say that the condemnation of Phoenix, who accepted an Oscar for h...
Tags: UK, Religion, David Letterman, Arkansas, Fda, Joaquin Phoenix, Phoenix, Adam Smith Institute, Charles Koch, McDonald, Ben, Baldwin, Eastern Orthodox Church, Tammy Baldwin, Dairy Farmers of America, Wesley J Smith


Bio Roundup: Goodbye Belviq, LogicBio on Hold, Revolution’s IPO & More

Drugs typically go through three phases of clinical testing to support an application for FDA approval. It’s easy to overlook Phase 4, which takes place after a drug reaches the market.Post-marketing studies aim to identify side effects not observed in the first three phases of testing. They also evaluate how a therapy works over a longer period of time. This week, results of such a study led to the market withdrawal of weight-loss pill lorcaserin (Belviq). When the FDA approved the drug in 201...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Post, Ipo, Cancer, Trends, Investing, Merck, Alzheimer's Disease, Fda, National, Novartis, Pfizer, Biotech, Cystic Fibrosis, Theranos


United States: Nota Bene Episode 32: A Snapshot Of The FDA: Understanding The Basics Of Regulations With Allison Fulton - Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

The core responsibilities of the FDA are to promote public health by reviewing and assuring the safety, effectiveness, quality, and security of drugs, vaccines, medical devices, and several other products.
Tags: News, United States, Fda, Hampton, Allison Fulton Sheppard Mullin Richter


United States: FDA Announces Information Collection On "Endorser Status And Explicitness Of Payment In Direct-To-Consumer Promotion" - Reed Smith

On January 28, 2020, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that the Office of Prescription Drug Promotion (OPDP)
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FDA approves first oral immunotherapy treatment for peanut allergy in children, teens

The University of Chicago Medicine was part of a landmark clinical trial that led to approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration of the first oral immunotherapy treatment for peanut allergy in children and teens.
Tags: Health, Fda, U S Food and Drug Administration, University of Chicago Medicine


FDA calls for withdrawal of weight loss drug Belviq after trials find cancer link

The US Food and Drug Administration has asked the maker of Belviq and Belviq XR to take the weight loss drugs off the market after clinical trials showed an increased incidence of cancer among users.
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China Reports Over 15,000 Coronavirus Cases in Single Day Using New Diagnostic Guidelines

China reported 15,152 new cases of the coronavirus on Thursday, according to state broadcaster Xinhua, the largest jump in a single day and up significantly from the few thousand confirmed cases China typically reports daily. Chinese health authorities also reported 254 new deaths, the largest number in a single day…Read more...
Tags: Science, Cdc, China, Fda, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Wuhan, Xinhua, Centers for Disease Control, Hubei Province, Scott Gottlieb, Ying Yong, Jiang Chaoliang, Coronavirus, Covid 19


The Coronavirus is having an enormous impact on the US economy, according to an unusual source of data, but it's also been a boon to at least four startups

The coronavirus remains a concern at a big Israeli tech conference, put on the by crowdsourced VC OurCrowd. People are joking about not shaking hands. And hundreds of Chinese delegates had to cancel their physical attendance, thanks to travel bans. They have tried to attend via videoconferencing The impact of the virus on the economy is starting to be measurable and in a big way, the CMO of a freight startup, that tracks international shipping says. But the international health crises has some...
Tags: Amazon, Asia, China, Israel, US, Jerusalem, Trends, CMO, Barcelona, Fda, Jon Medved, No, Medved, Startup Nation, Eytan Buchman