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Bio Roundup: #JPM19 Notes, Loxo Buyout, Black Diamond’s Cash & More

Diabetes drugs are Eli Lilly’s bread and butter, but the pharmaceutical giant hasn’t lost its appetite for cancer drugs. It grabbed hold of a few more this week by betting $8 billion on Loxo Oncology.Loxo (NASDAQ: LOXO) has made a name for itself by becoming one of just two companies ever to earn an FDA approval for a drug that targets a tumor’s DNA fingerprint, no matter where in the body that cancer is found. The drug, larotrectinib, targets rare tumor abnormalities known as NTRK fusions. The...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Ipo, Cancer, Trends, Medicare, SEC, Fda, National, GlaxoSmithKline, Allergan, Shire, Biotech, Medical Device, Postpartum Depression, Bernie Sanders


Bio-JPM Roundup: Lilly Buys Loxo, Sage’s Stock Soars, ALS Cash & More

The flow of biotech news is particularly heavy today, and for good reason. The annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, one of the biggest gatherings for the biopharmaceutical industry, kicked off today in San Francisco, and many companies, whether they’re speaking at the event or not, use this time to get their news out.Xconomy is on the ground covering the conference this week. In the meantime, here’s a short roundup of biotech news announced today.DEALS AND DATA—Eli Lilly (NYSE: LLY) is pay...
Tags: Deals, Startups, San Francisco, Trends, Investing, Vc, Venture Capital, Fda, National, GlaxoSmithKline, Biotech, Postpartum Depression, Life Sciences, Clinical Trials, Celgene, Gilead Sciences


How to Beat the 'Baby Blues'

Kathy Radigan’s first-born child is 20 years old, but she remembers the “baby blues” she had with him like it was yesterday.Read more...
Tags: Pregnancy, Lifehacks, Newborns, Postpartum Depression, Kathy Radigan, Post Partum


Bio Roundup: Eli Lilly Tries Tau, Generic Insulin, NASH Cash & More

Pharmaceutical industry critics lament the cost of rare disease drugs, but some of the steepest price hikes have come on widely used insulin.The patent holder, the University of Toronto, gave companies the right to manufacture insulin. But the university also allowed them to patent the improvements they made, which enabled them to slap higher prices on each new version.In the nearly 100 years since insulin’s discovery, no generic version has become available in the U.S. to offer competitive pri...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Breast Cancer, Washington, Ipo, Cancer, Trends, Investing, Diabetes, Schizophrenia, Venture Capital, Addiction, Fda, National, Novartis, Biotech


How Couples Prepare for a New Baby & Support Postpartum Mental Health

Prepare for the “challenging” baby, but keep the dream of the “fantasy” baby.  I know you are going to be the lucky parents with the baby who sleeps through the night, latches on the first try, loves sleeping in a crib, and has cries that are easily soothed. But just in case you end up with a “real” baby, you might want to have a game plan for the worst case scenario. Here are some things to think about and discuss before baby arrives: Have some phrases that signal to your partner that it...
Tags: Psychology, Family, Parenting, Pregnancy, Mental Health, Self-help, New Parents, Women's Issues, Newborn, Postpartum Depression, Mental Health And Wellness, Marriage And Divorce, Don, New Baby, Support Postpartum Mental Health


Bio Roundup: Midterm Fallout, Alzheimer’s Search, Postpartum Panel

There was plenty at stake in this week’s midterm elections, and not just in terms of political wins and losses. With congress now divided—Democrats took back control of the House and Republicans extended their majority in the Senate—the implications are significant for U.S. healthcare. Just a day after the results, for instance, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the GOP would abandon its long-running quest to sink the Affordable Care Act. The reverberations are sure to affect other as...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Senate, Trends, Lung Cancer, Gop, House, Affordable Care Act, Mitch McConnell, Astrazeneca, Medicare, Alzheimer's, Fda, National, Novartis, Parkinson's Disease


What to Do If You're Struggling Emotionally as a New Dad 

After his third daughter arrived, Matt Villano was trying to keep his career afloat while helping his wife manage her emotional transition to becoming a mom of three when he suddenly found himself “completely underwater.” For the 42-year-old freelance writer in Sonoma County, California, it felt difficult to even get…Read more...
Tags: Parenting, Depression, Anxiety, Lifehacks, Fatherhood, Postpartum Depression, Sonoma County California, Matt Villano


Why Do I Have a Weird Feeling When Thinking Back on Old Times?

From a teen in the U.S.: i don’t know what this is or if there is a technical term from it. i suffer from ptsd, anxiety, depression and ocd. so basically i have been pregnant twice, once with a miscarriage and once with my son who is now almost 3 months. basically both times in early pregnancy, i have this weird sensation. idk how to describe it. i get this feeling in my head and feel sick, gross, nervous etc. both the beginning of my pregnancies were rough with sickness. anytime i think back to...
Tags: General, Relationships, Pregnancy, Depression, Ptsd, Anxiety, Therapy, Teen Issues, Parenting & Children, OCD, Postpartum Depression, Hormonal Changes, Hormonal Shifts


Bio Roundup: CRISPR Tests, Parkinson’s Questions, Opioid Bills & More

Politics is more partisan than ever these days, but the opioid crisis might be one of the few issues where elected officials find common ground. This week, members of Congress exercised a bipartisan effort in both chambers to advance dozens of measures proposing various approaches to fighting the opioid epidemic. A Senate committee voted unanimously to send the “Opioid Response Act of 2018” to the chamber floor for a vote. In the House of Representatives, an Energy and Commerce subcommitt...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Congress, Senate, Cancer, Trends, Investing, Food And Drug Administration, Astrazeneca, Fda, National, Parkinson's Disease, Shire, Immunotherapy, University Of California Berkeley, Biotech


Why Baby’s First Year Is Stressful For New Moms

While parenthood is a difficult journey for anyone, there’s something about a baby’s first year that takes a real toll on new moms. That applies particularly to those experiencing motherhood for the first time. From sleepless nights and hectic days to an overwhelming sense of confusion, anxiety, and isolation, new moms are often thrown in at the deep end, regardless of how prepared they thought they were throughout pregnancy. These emotions and concerns are nothing new, of course; new moms h...
Tags: Fashion, Parenting, Pregnancy, Social Media, Breastfeeding, Motherhood, Postpartum Depression, Maternity Clothes, New Mom, Mommy Blogger


Bio Roundup: Barron Joins GSK, Sage Bounces Back, Valeant Dumps Addyi

Call it a week of second chances. Multiple biotechs breathed new life into drugs sorely in need of it. Sage Therapeutics proved a drug that had failed a trial a rare form of epilepsy could be the first ever approved therapy for postpartum depression. Otonomy, reviving a hearing loss drug thought to be on the scrap heap. And investors of Sprout Pharmaceuticals reclaimed, for a pittance, a drug they once sold to Valeant Pharmaceuticals for $1 billion. Meanwhile, Ohio voters rejected the lat...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Drugs, Trends, Merck, People, Vc, Maine, Ohio, Fda, National, GlaxoSmithKline, Medicaid, Pancreatic Cancer, Postpartum Depression, Kamala Harris


Real Talk: Dealing with Pregnancy Boredom

If you are feeling bored with your pregnancy, do not feel bad; you are not the only one who has felt this way. Yes, sure, pregnancy is a miracle, but the novelty can wear off a few months in when you get tired of all of the things you can’t eat, can’t do, and can’t get away from. Feeling this way is completely normal, especially in your third trimester, and doesn’t mean anything bad. Although postpartum depression is the most commonly talked-about depression when it comes to discussions of pre...
Tags: Fashion, Pregnancy, Depression, Breastfeeding, Childbirth, Pregnant, Motherhood, Newborn, Postpartum Depression, Maternity Clothes, Baby Blues, Natural Birth, Pregnancy Hormones


New dads can also get depression, study finds

by Claudia Boyd-Barrett posted in Mom Stories It’s not just new moms that can get depressed. If you’re a new or soon-to-be father, you might want to stay vigilant for signs of depression in yourself too. A new study out of New Zealand adds to existing evidence that new and expectant fathers may be at... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: Parenting, Depression, New Zealand, Dads, Postnatal depression, Postpartum Depression, Claudia Boyd Barrett, Boyd-barrett


We had postpartum depression: 7 moms tell their stories

by Carolyn Robertson posted in Mom Stories We all need to know about postpartum depression. Fortunately, PPD is talked about these days a lot more than it used to be. I experienced it after I had my first daughter 10 years ago, and at that time I could find very little information about what was... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: Parenting, Newborn, Postpartum Depression, Ppd, BabyCenter, Carolyn Robertson, Baby Blues, Postpartum Anxiety


Gestational diabetes tied to postpartum depression risk

by Claudia Boyd-Barrett posted in Mom Stories If you have gestational diabetes, you could be at higher risk for postpartum depression, a new study suggests. Researchers with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York analyzed medical records on more than 700,000 Swedish women who gave birth between 1997 and 2008. They... Read... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: New York, Parenting, Postpartum Depression, Mount Sinai, Gestational Diabetes, Icahn School of Medicine, Claudia Boyd Barrett, Boyd-barrett


7 Ways to Better Understand a Woman’s Postpartum Depression

Right now things are kind of confusing. No matter how well a woman plans out her pregnancy and the birth of her child, there’s one thing most never expect to happen — postpartum depression. Feelings of embarrassment, shame, or guilt cloud her thinking and are the number one reason why women with postpartum depression are too afraid to get help. For Every New Mom Who Feels Like She’s Completely Lost Herself Sadly, other mothers who have never experienced the debilitating impact of postpartum ...
Tags: Psychology, Family, Parenting, Birth, Women, Pregnancy, Disorders, Depression, Mother, Exercise, Medication, Baby, Women's Issues, Motherhood, Guilty, Postpartum Depression


True Story: One Father’s Struggle with Postpartum Depression

Dads get the “baby blues” too. People might not realize this, but, after the birth of a child, both women and men can encounter symptoms of postpartum depression. I’m speaking from experience here. After the birth of my daughter, which endures as one of the happiest moments of my life, I found myself struggling with unexpected waves of anxiety, fear, and depression. It was horrible, and what made it worse, was that I was very uncomfortable talking about it. 8 Heartbreaking Secrets ALL Men Ke...
Tags: Psychology, Family, Parenting, Birth, Women, Pregnancy, Father, Disorders, Personal, Depression, Anxiety, Fear, Men, Emotions, Wife, Child


Adele says it's "the bravest thing not to have a child"

by Sara McGinnis posted in Celebrities Admitting there's a possibility you regret having children seems to be one of the last great parenting taboos, but Adele isn't shying away from the topic. "I have a very dark side. I'm very available to depression," the songstress, who is mother to 4-year-old son Angelo, recently told Vanity Fair.... Read... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: Parenting, Adele, Postpartum Depression, Ppd, BabyCenter, Angelo, Sara McGinnis


Psychology Around the Net: October 29, 2016

Happy Saturday, sweet readers! This week’s Psychology Around the Net covers a myriad of interesting topics, if I do say so myself! Keep reading for information on how the way you twist your paperclips could highlight your personality (yes, really), a new three-second brain exercises to help you find joy (it’s a lot deeper, and yet just as simple, as it sounds), a few misconceptions some of us might have about male sexuality, and more. A Cruel Trick On the Mentally Ill: “Haunted asylums and s...
Tags: Psychology, Google, Costumes, Halloween, Books, Sweden, Study, Women, Happiness, Research, Meditation, Mindfulness, Blood Pressure, Personality, Sexuality, Men


When super mama is super sad

by Denise Cortes posted in Mom Stories I'm calling this chapter of my life "sad". Sad because my kids are growing older and they are experiencing the heartaches of life. Sad because money is tight. Sad because I'm tired all the time. Sad because of our sacred lands are being threatened by the Dakota Access... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: Crying, Parenting, Sad, Depression, Sadness, Postpartum Depression, Tears, Baby Blues, Denise Cortes


"Motherhood Unfiltered" project could end mom wars forever

by Melissa Willets posted in Mom Stories Curated. Glossy. Perfect. That is how we often see other moms' lives via social media, and in professional photographs. But in a new project entitled Motherhood Unfiltered, photographer Eran Suds wants to show another side of motherhood; the side you and I are more well-acquainted with. The real,... Read... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: Parenting, Ivf, Infertility, Postpartum Depression, Ppd, Melissa Willets, Same Sex Couples, Mom Wars, Mommy Wars


Top Exercises to Help Moms Finally Get Rid of That Baby Fat

Getting back into shape after having a baby isn’t and shouldn’t be that hard to do. Research has shown that following an exercise regimen after birth is great for overall health and helps reduce any possibilities of postpartum depression. If you’re feeling up to it after some rest, it’s time to start thinking about a workout and other alternatives to lose weight.   Easing into it One of the first simple steps of getting back into a workout is to simply walk. Walking might not seem like a big wo...
Tags: Fashion, Pregnancy, Weight Loss, Yoga, Exercise, Pilates, Postpartum Depression, Workout, Lose Weight, Health & Fitness, Plank, Postpartum, Anti Cellulite Shorts


To the mom and baby dining alone

by Melissa Willets posted in Mom Stories To the mom and baby dining alone, I see you. You are me. Once. You look. So. Lonely. And bored. And like you don't quite know what to do with yourself. You're watching your baby eat an apple a little too intently. Because you don't want to pull... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: Parenting, Postpartum Depression, Ppd, Melissa Willets, New Mom


The uncensored story of my first week as a mother

by Joanna Venditti posted in Mom Stories I remember walking laps around my neighbourhood. Thinking that I couldn't do this one more day. I was 39 weeks pregnant with my first child, my son. Relentless bolts of sciatic nerve pain shot down my left side. My hips felt like a wish bone being pulled apart.... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: Parenting, Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, Postpartum Depression, Postpartum, Joanna Venditti, First Time Mom


Reconnecting with Your Partner After Postpartum Depression

Having a baby tends to change your marriage. How could it not? You’re adding another (beautiful) human being to your household. A human being who requires you to fulfill their every need, usually every few minutes, and who rarely lets you sleep. And most of us aren’t exactly at our best when we’re sleep deprived, stressed and spent. When you add postpartum depression (PPD) to the mix, your marriage might feel especially fragile. Even after you’ve recovered from PPD, your foundation may be shaky....
Tags: Psychology, Parenthood, Books, General, Couples, Marriage, Relationships, Love, Communication, Disorders, Stress, Kindness, Self-help, Depression, Therapy, Partners


Tandem breastfeeding mom: PPD “shameful, isolating”

by Melissa Willets posted in Mom Stories It all started with a most “non-traditional, traditional” birth story. Two marriages, a vasectomy, an egg donor and twins at age 43 later, and North Carolina mom Maloo would begin the task of tandem breastfeeding. And oh, what a task it turned out to be, tinged with what... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: Parenting, North Carolina, Postpartum Depression, Ppd, Melissa Willets, Tandem Breastfeeding, Breastfeeding Photography


No, we don’t all survive postpartum depression

by Whitney Barthel posted in Mom Stories Several months after the birth of my third child I would wake up in the morning cursing the fact that I was still alive. The world was just too much to bear. Waves of emotions overwhelmed me. Anger, sadness, resentment, uncertainty, and guilt. I was drowning in sorrow.... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: Parenthood, Family, Marriage, Parenting, Medicine, Suicide, Parent, Sad, Mental Health, Depression, Anxiety, Medication, Baby, Motherhood, Mom, Newborn


What happened when one Teen Mom bravely asked for help

by Sara McGinnis posted in Celebrities If you've ever been so low you know there's no way out without help, then you know asking for that help can be one of the scariest things you'll ever do. You may have experienced thoughts such as: "Will people overreact? Or will they underreact and not believe me?... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: Parenting, Mtv, Postpartum Depression, Ppd, BabyCenter, Teen Mom, Sara McGinnis, Seeking Help, Catelynn Lowell


New Baby, Depression and Anger

From the UK: We have a new son, now 9 months who is lovely. Most of the time I am absolutely fine. But regularly I feel depressed, I comfort eat, I feel that I am being a terrible father, I feel that I am not supporting my family correctly and feel extremely guilty for having these feelings. I am finding it very difficult to enjoy any element of my life. One of the most upsetting elements is the strain having our baby has put on my wife and my relationship. I also am becoming angry far quicker t...
Tags: Psychology, Parenthood, Family, UK, General, Sleep, Relationships, Anxiety, Self-esteem, Personality, Parenting & Children, New Parents, Fatherhood, Postpartum Depression, Self Care


Maternal Mental Health Screening: What I Wished I’d Had

When I was pregnant back in 1997, I wish my doctor had told me I might be at risk for postpartum depression. Her words wouldn’t have alarmed me. They would have prompted me to get treatment when the darkness did indeed hit. During my six-week postpartum checkup when I was at my worst, I wish my OB/GYN had handed me a mental health screening and explained the difference between the “blues” and depression. Perhaps I would have lied on the screening, although I doubt it. At the time I was desper...
Tags: Psychology, General, Parenting, Pregnancy, Disorders, Personal, Depression, Columbia University, Childbirth, Women's Issues, Motherhood, Postpartum Depression, Health-related, Mental Disorder, OB GYN, United States Preventive Services Task Force