Clostridium Difficile, also known as C-Difficile, C-Diff, or C. diff, is a common bacterium that lives in the human gut and causes extreme discomfort in the form of colitis and results in the following symptoms to a varying degree (depending on severity): Watery diarrhea 3 or more times a day Appetite loss Fever Nausea Stomach… Continue Reading »

Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars that most people get in their late teens or early twenties. When these teeth are healthy and aligned properly they quietly surface at the back of the mouth without any problems. However, there are instances when emerging wisdom teeth can cause pain, and damage to… Continue Reading »

Ear infections can be incredibly painful and produce symptoms that interfere with daily activity. Children are especially likely to develop ear infections and often need to be treated to prevent complications or long-term damage to the ear. Middle Ear Infections The term “ear infection” most often refers to an infection of the middle ear, a… Continue Reading »

What is Candidiasis? Candida yeast is normally found in the human body in small amounts. However, if Candida levels get too high due to health problems or medications, they can cause a fungal infection called Candidiasis. Candidiasis can occur in several warm, moist areas of the body including the skin, blood, mouth, throat, and genitals…. Continue Reading »

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Diet soda and other artificially-sweetened drinks – previously implicated in raising the chance of developing diabetes – are not guilty, suggests a new study from Harvard University researchers.

What role does the FDA play in approving new drugs and medical treatments? The Food and Drug Administration’s job is to ensure medical treatments are safe for people to use and they do what they say they do. The FDA does not, however, develop new therapies, or conduct the clinical trials to demonstrate safety and… Continue Reading »

Do you have a painful bunion? Jean Brown Research will be conducting a clinical research study of an investigational pain drug given after bunion surgery-coming soon. Basic qualifications are: 18 years or older Male or Female Have a Bunion on your big toe on either foot Healthy If you qualify you may receive: Study related… Continue Reading »

The FDA works to protect those who participate in clinical trials and ensure that reliable information is available so that they can make an informed decision about participating in a clinical trial. The federal government has issued regulations and guidelines for clinical research to protect participants from unreasonable risks. Efforts are made by the trial… Continue Reading »