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How to get rid of a chesty cough: Ditch medicine for this one ingredient hot drink remedy
Dry, tickly and mucus are just a few of the types of cough which circulate round this time of year. One of the hardest to contend with is the chesty cough.
Social media erodes public trust in modern medicine
A rising tide of suspicion amplified by social networks has eroded public trust in modern medicine, leaving scientists and health officials scrambling for ways to shore up its credibility, experts say.
Deputy minister: Iran's medicinal plant exports worth $400m annually
Iran exports medicinal plants valued at over $400 million each year, of which 80 percent pertain to overseas sales of saffron, said a deputy agricultural Jihad minister.
Iran to export medicine to Qatar
Iranian and Qatari officials signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to export Iran's drugs to the Persian Gulf country.
Yemen health workers deplore medicine shortage amid cholera outbreak
Health workers in Yemen have decried an acute shortage of medicine supplies amid an unfolding Cholera outbreak in the war-torn country.
Regenerative medicine therapy becoming possible
By manufacturing self-assembling natural matrices that mimic those that normally surround cells to protect and direct them to a specific location in the body, researchers at Northwestern University (NU) has made body regenerating its own parts within reach.
Americans Hall, Rosbash and Young win Nobel Prize in medicine
The 2017 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to the American trio of Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael Young for their discoveries of the molecular mechanisms controlling our biological clocks.
Venezuela asks UN help in boosting medicine supplies
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Friday he has asked the United Nations to help the South American nation alleviate medicine shortages, which have become increasingly severe as the oil-producing nation’s economic crisis accelerates.
Studies find worrying over- and underuse of medicine worldwide
Up to 70 percent of hysterectomies in the United States, a quarter of knee replacements in Spain and more than half the antibiotics prescribed in China are inappropriate, overused healthcare, researchers said.
Exercise may be real medicine for Parkinson's
Almost any exercise is good medicine for someone with Parkinson's disease, a new study confirms.
Lack of access to medicine in Latin America taken to IACHR
Complaints over lack of access to medicine in Latin America were brought before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) on Tuesday, with demands that big drug companies be punished for preventing the sale of generics.
Cold medicine may support bladder cancer treatment
The use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may have potential for reducing chemoresistance in cancer patients, researchers in Japan suggest in a new study.
China defends use of wild animals in traditional medicine
Traditional Chinese medicine risks extinction if there is a push by the government to completely replace the wild animal parts now used with substitutes, a senior Chinese lawmaker said.
Iran exports biological drugs technologies
An Iranian official said Iran is now exporting the technologies and expertise of many biological drugs to other countries.
Fighting against counterfeit medicine
Around the world, especially in developing nations, counterfeit medicines are a real problem. Until now, in many countries there hasn't been a standard protocol to conduct investigations and pursue prosecution.

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