Eye drops designed to lower cholesterol may be able to prevent one of the most common forms of blindness, according to US researchers.
They showed how high cholesterol levels could affect the immune system and lead to macular degeneration.
This video presentation was made for our Medical Microbiology class about antibiotics (Ketoconazole ang napili namin - an antifungal drug) para magkaroon kami ng flat 1 na CP (class participation). Syempre, kami todo effort, flat one kaya un! About 7 to 8 sections ung magkakalaban. Maganda rin naman ung iba, ung iba naman, hmmm… pag napanuod ninyo kayo na lang mag judge. Then, un na nga, pinresent na tapos lumabas na ung result only to find out na kami ung nasa saEnjoy this video :)
last spot. Tapos ang dami pang mga issues na lumabas na di naman kayang patotohanan at wala naman talagang katotohanan. Syempre, medyo sumama ang mga loob na parang ung mga efforts at ung sa dami naming pinagdaan para magawa ito parang nabaliwa lang. Pero naisip ko at namin na okay lang din, iniisip na lang namin na hindi mapapantayan nung spot na un at nung flat one grade at kung ano pang mga matataas na grade na yun ung matatag na bonding, mga nabuong friendship at yung happiness we had as we make this video kasi iyon ang mas importante!Ketoconazole (tune of Just Dance by Lady GaGa)CEU Mla - BS Pharmacy 3F 2012 - The BEST
Go to the 3 minute mark and enjoy
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WASHINGTON — The FDA should set a goal of doubling the number of new drug approvals over the next 10 to 15 years and can approve products for smaller populations to do so, White House advisers said
2C-I—known by its eerie street name “Smiles”—has become a serious problem in the Grand Forks area, according to local police. Overdoses of the drug have also be reported in Indiana and Minnesota. But if the internet is any indication, Smiles is on the rise all over the country.
“At the moment I am completely and fully submerged, if you can’t tell by my eyes, in a psychedelic world known as 2C-I,” says a man who appears to be in his late teens or early 20s on a YouTube video posted back in October. His pupils are dilated. He struggles to formulate a description of what he’s feeling-it’s hard to tell if its because his experience is profound or if his speech skills are simply blunted. He’s one of dozens of users providing Youtube “reports” of their experiences on the synthetic drug.
Smile’s effects have been called a combination of MDMA and LSD, only far more potent. Users have reported a speedy charge along with intense visual and aural hallucinations that can last anywhere from hours to days.
Swiss drugmaker Roche Holding AG said a new study of cancer drug Avastin showed it significantly extended progression-free survival of people with an aggressive form of brain cancer.
Since we haven’t posted much, here’s something from the broadway show Next To Normal, it involves drugs and is pretty entertaining.
This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: Their existence was widely reported last August, but the demand for pills made from dead human babies apparently hasn’t let up: South Korean customs officials revealed today that they have confiscated more than 17,000 of the pills from smugglers over the past nine months.
Hospitals and abortion clinics in China have continued to sell dead babies to medical companies that dry them out, grind them up, and sell them in pill form as alternative remedies to increase stamina. The dead babies are “mostly abortions or stillbirths” and are being used with the mothers’ consent.
Health authorities in Asia worry that if the powdered fetus trade continues, the capsules will find their way online, where the sick and gullible will be susceptible to super-bacteria and other harmful ingredients found in the human flesh capsules.