Archives for: March 2023

Identifying Genetic Mutations Could Help Detect Bladder Cancer

March 22nd, 2023
Identifying genetic mutations in urine could help detect bladder cancer years before symptoms arise, a new study found. New Test Focuses on Mutations Early diagnosis and treatment of bladder cancer is crucial for survival from the disease, which is ex… more »

New Research Shows Bempedoic Acid Helps Lower Cholesterol

March 15th, 2023
Bempedoic acid taken alone reduces cholesterol and heart attacks in patients who cannot tolerate statins, according to new clinical research. Bempedoic Acid and Cholesterol Patients with high levels of LDL cholesterol, commonly known as “bad cholester… more »

FDA Approves at-home Duel COVID and Flu Test

March 8th, 2023
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first at-home test that can be used to determine whether a person has the flu or COVID-19. Duel COVID and Flu Test Testing for the flu previously required a visit to a doctor’s office or urgent c… more »

Be Aware of “Tech Neck”

March 1st, 2023
Americans can spend about five hours a day on their cell phones and even more time on their laptops and computers. As a result, people can experience muscle stiffness, joint inflammation, pinched nerve, arthritis, and even bone spurs and herniated discs… more »