OSU pharmacy researchers have discovered that co-enzyme Q10 appears in laboratory tests to offset a serious side effect of statin drugs - an increase in adult onset diabetes.
OSU pharmacists have discovered the genetic basis for eczema, a skin disease that affects millions of people around the world. The findings may open the door to new therapies.
Researchers have identified some of the genetic steps it takes to create heart and facial muscles, in fundamental work that could one day lead to new therapies for these disabling conditions.
Higher dosages of selected statin drugs generally works best for cholesterol problems, researchers have found, rather than combinations of statins and other drugs.
As a result of concerns about antibiotic resistance, doctors in the U.S. are increasingly - and perhaps unnecessarily - prescribing more powerful antibiotics to treat urinary tract infections, a common illness in women.
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