Monthly Archives: August 2012

NIH Researchers Implicate Unique Cell Type in Multiple Sclerosis

Study reveals new effects of the investigational MS drug daclizumab.


Link Between Blood Type and Heart Disease Risk Questionable

Although new research suggests a link between blood type and risk for heart disease, some doctors question the results.

Study Finds Few Baby Boomers Receiving, Few Healthcare Practices Prepared to Offer Medicare Wellness Visits

A recent study by TeleVox reveals that the majority of healthcare practices across the country aren’t prepared to meet the demand of the 46.6 million Medicare beneficiaries who are now eligible for wellness visits.

Become AWARxE of Counterfeit Drug Dangers Online

AWARxE wants consumers to know about the safest way to purchase prescription medications online.