Treatments Available for Heart Failure Caused by Onglyza

New scientific evidence shows using the medication Onglyza, a popular type 2 diabetes drug, increases a user’s risk for heart failure. Clinical trials have confirmed that diabetic individuals taking Onglyza, especially those who have existing major organ complications, dramatically increase their possibility of experiencing heart failure. These findings have recently prompted the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to require the makers of Onglyza to include the potential threat of heart failure on the drug’s warning…

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Birth Injury Due To Placental Abruption

The placenta is an organ that develops inside a woman’s uterus during pregnancy. Once a baby is conceived, the placenta forms to supply oxygen and nutrients to the baby, as well as remove waste products from the baby’s blood. The placenta attaches to the uterine wall, and the baby’s umbilical cord arises from it. In some cases, however, the placenta can separate from the uterine wall, causing the baby to stop receiving an adequate supply…

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Getting Essure Removed: What You Need to Know

Since the permanent birth control device Essure went on the market in 2002, 26,000 complaints and 16,000 lawsuits have been filed against Bayer, the manufacturer of the device. As a result of the chronic and debilitating side effects (nickel poisoning, abnormal/heavy menstrual bleeding, autoimmune disorders, severe abdominal/pelvic pain, etc.) caused by Essure, many women have had to have the device removed. However, prior to implantation, women were not only ill-informed about the side effects of…

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Microcephaly Following Hypoxic Brain Injury at Birth

Microcephaly is a medical condition defined by a small head circumference. It is noticeable as a disproportionately small head for the size of the growing child. There are many different ways this condition can develop, including preventable brain injury at birth, which stunts the growth of the baby’s brain and skull. Acquired microcephaly in very young children can be caused by lack of oxygen during birth. If signs of the baby suffering from hypoxia during…

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Signs and Symptoms of Pancreatic Cancer

The diabetes (incretin) medications outlined in the adjacent table are linked to causing pancreatic cancer. Therefore, if you or a loved one has taken, or is currently taking, one or more of these medications, you could be at an increased risk of developing pancreatic cancer. Unfortunately, there are usually no early warning signs of pancreatic cancer. Typically, by the time someone starts to experience symptoms, the cancer has spread outside of the pancreas. Nevertheless, there…

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