The First Non-Bartell Takes the Helm at Bartell Drugs

The First Non-Bartell Takes the Helm at Bartell Drugs

Brian Unmacht has recently been hired as the CEO for Bartell Drugs. He is the first leader that is not part of the Bartell family. The company has been under family management... Read more »

Esketamine, Cousin Of Ketamine, Gets Approved By FDA

Esketamine, not to be confused with rapper Lil Pump’s infamous catchphrase Esketit, is a mirrored version – also known as an enantiomer in scientific terms – of the well-known anesthetic ketamine. Both... Read more »

Bronx-Based Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum’s Discusses New Trends in Joint Replacement Implants and Contributions

Recently Updated: March 7th, 2019. Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum, the Chairman of Orthopedics at Bronxcare Health System, in Bronx New York, recently highlighted for the public some of the most fascinating trends in... Read more »

Trump Ally Says President Willing To Work With Democrats To Lower Drug Prices For Americans

Mark Meadows, Republican Representative from North Carolina says he spoke with United States President Donald Trump on Monday night about working along with Democrats in the House to provide Americans with relief... Read more »

The New Congress Has Big Pharma In Its Crosshairs

Elijah E. Cummings, the chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, has several missions. Congressman Cummings is a seasoned lawmaker who doesn’t dance around important issues. Mr. Cummings told 60 Minutes... Read more »

Sightsavers’ Deworming Programs Wins Top Ranking By GiveWell

Year after year, Sightsavers continues to be placed on GiveWell’s “Top Charities” list. This is an elite “club” to be in as there are only nine charities in total that get this... Read more »

Various hospitals reopen as the containment of the Mendocino fire progresses.

The containment of the Mendocino complex fire has so far been progressive as the firefighters have been working day and night to see that the stubborn conditions that the fire was causing... Read more »

Is Medicine Reliable?

Over the last couple of decades, the suicide rate has gone up at an all time high. Reasons for the increase of suicide rates have been that so many Americans these days... Read more »

The First Non Invasive Epilepsy Treatment Has Been Performed Outside Of The United States

MRI and laser technologies have been used for the first time outside of the United States. Physicians at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center are treating the area of the brain know... Read more »

Antibiotic Use Can Increase Risk Of Death For Older Women

For nearly 8 decades now doctors have used antibiotics as their go to prescription for patients to fight illness, infections and viruses and the drugs have proven to lower the death and... Read more »