New Drug Product: Entyvio

Moderately-to-severely active ulcerative colitis.

Ebola Patients Coming to U.S.

Two patients infected with the Ebola virus will be brought to the U.S. for treatment.

BC Pills and Breast Cancer Risk

Recent oral contraceptive use was found to increase breast cancer risk in young women by 50% vs. never or former use.

Clinical Challenge

A patient presents with a subtle annular patch with serpiginous borders. Can you make the correct diagnosis?

Suicide Attempt with Liquid Nicotine

A case study reports on a 24-year-old man who attempted suicide via consuming liquid nicotine.

Flesh-Eating Bacteria at the Beach?

Health officials in Florida have issued a warning that a bacteria that causes flesh-eating disease has infected at least 11 people in the state.

Dangerous Spider Bites on the Rise

Although the bite of a brown recluse spider is poisonous, the wounds usually heal well if left alone.

Smartphones as Diagnostic Devices

The safety, efficacy, accuracy, and risks associated with these apps for both physicians and consumers are largely unknown.

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Drug Updates

VIMPAT

  • Neurologic Disorders > Seizure disorders
  • Additional Warnings/Precautions on cardiac rhythm and conduction abnormalities.
  • Updated: 8/1/2014

VIMPAT INJECTION

  • Neurologic Disorders > Seizure disorders
  • Additional Warnings/Precautions on cardiac rhythm and conduction abnormalities.
  • Updated: 8/1/2014

VIMPAT ORAL SOLUTION

  • Neurologic Disorders > Seizure disorders
  • <p>Additional Warnings/Precautions on cardiac rhythm and conduction abnormalities.</p>
  • Updated: 8/1/2014

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