Children have Higher Odds of Developing Adverse Drug Reactions

According to this study, children aged 1 to 12 years old most frequently reported to experience adverse drug reactions (ADR). Some of these reactions can include drug induced growth disorders or skin reactions such as erythema.

Antibiotic Resistance: A Threat to Global Health

Since its discovery, antibiotics have helped treat or prevent bacterial infections. Some of the most common antibiotic treated infections include acute cough, rhinosinusitis, otitis media, sore throat, and non-specific infections. It is a widely used and widely purchased

Wound Healing and Antimicrobial Activities of Yemeni Sidr Honey in Comparison with Manuka Honey

Microbial infections on human wounds are a major health problem globally. These infections are usually caused by unsanitary environments.

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Getting Right Down to the Bone

Government funds research into the potential of natural leave extracts in inducing bone regeneration in the fight against osteoporosis?

Did you know that osteoporosis is a largely ignored health condition? The “silent disease” occurs without symptoms until it is almost too late when a bone becomes brittle enough to break or fracture without force. According to Code Blue – a digital media that publishes free market approach in the development of patient-centric and community focused health and social sector – 77 per cent of Malaysian women are living with post-menopausal osteoporosis that are undiagnosed.

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