Learn about the increased risk of angina and heart attack in those who take the medication for diabetes in this medical report.
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This is Insidermedicine in 60, from Maryland. Avandia will stay on the market, but with a new black box warning. The label will warn of increased risk of angina and heart attack in those who take medications for diabetes. Health Canada's approach went a step further by recommending that Avandia only be used when Metformin cannot. From Arizona. Female children who enjoy a stable family life may be able to stay children longer. As a new study suggests, that supportive parents with strong relationships themselves may work to delay the onset of puberty. Early puberty in girls is associated with a variety of health problems, such as substance abuse, mood disorders, and cancers of the reproductive system. From Atlanta. New research shows that vaccines created for eight diseases have led to a dramatic reduction of these diseases. While some conditions like diphtheria and measles were essentially eradicated since initiation of the vaccine, other vaccines such as those targeted against Hep B and influenza were associated with reductions in incidence of 80-90%. And finally from Oregon. We may be closer to obtaining a new source of stem cells, that could one day usher in a new way to treat many diseases. Researchers were able to take skin cells from a nine-year-old monkey, place them in embryos, and reprogram the cells to clone the original monkey and create a line of stem cells. For Insidermedicine in 60, I am Dr. Susan Sharma.