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Meta-analysis finds no real difference in safety and effectiveness between tenofovir formulations

There are no real differences between tenofovir formulations – tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF) and tenofovir alafenamide (TAF) – in terms of viral suppression and bone and renal safety, according to a systematic review and meta-analysis published in AIDS. The newer formulation of the drug (TAF) only showed superiority in terms of efficacy, and then to a modest… Read More »

Wait, Is the Edmund Tolleson Character From ‘Ratched’ Based on a Real Person?

COURTESY OF NETFLIXNetflix There’s a mysterious character in Ratched on Netflix that looms large beneath the hospital where Mildred Ratched is rising through the ranks: Edmund Tolleson, the priest killer. (Yes, you read that right.) He’s played by Finn Wittrock, an actor known pretty much exclusively to fans of Ryan Murphy’s other projects, like American… Read More »

A real diet plan that works

They typically promise rapid weight loss and other health benefits, yet often have no scientific evidence supporting their use. In addition, they are often nutritionally unbalanced and ineffective over the long term. Created by cardiologist Robert Atkins in the early s, the Atkins diet claims to produce rapid weight loss without hunger. It consists of… Read More »

How to tell if valium is real

30pm at a property in Templehill. Benzos’ warning as drug addicts turn to deadly cocktail 10. Valium can be highly addictive, and many users will often mix it with other drugs, which can make it more deadly. David met Gemma just four weeks before her death. Please register or sign in to continue. Ben Maudsley,… Read More »

These buzzy online retailers are now Instagrammable in real life

Web-based brands have a hot new idea for you this holiday season: stores. As the decade comes to a close, e-commerce companies — selling everything from sleek disposable razors to eco-friendly cleaning products to gender-specific vitamins — have come back around on traditional brick-and-mortar shops. The reason? They want customers to experience and interact with… Read More »

5 quick PR tricks to cover up a lack of real health care news

As all researchers know, science is a grinding parade of failure and dead ends. But as we’ve often written, news release writers sometimes seem hell-bent on making the public believe otherwise. Like expert makeup artists, they can add sparkle to lackluster findings, mask blemishes in study designs, and smooth over unimpressive data. One thing I… Read More »