Bonding Problems Emerge Early and Persist Across the First Year of Life

A mother’s emotional relationship with her baby begins during her pregnancy.  After her baby is born, the mother’s feelings about her baby, described as bonding, typically grow and intensify and become the foundation of the mother’s relationship with her child. Postpartum depression can profoundly affect how a mother interacts with her child and is a… Read More »

SABCS: Pfizer’s Ibrance backs up benefit in HER2-negative breast cancer with real-world data

SAN ANTONIO––In chasing down rare cancers, Pfizer has turned to real-world evidence as a tool to study hard-to-treat and minuscule populations. The drugmaker’s Ibrance, which previously notched a breast cancer approval in men based largely on non-clinical data, is now touting more real-world data to support its case. In a real-world study presented Wednesday at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, women with… Read More »

Nonprofit hospitals get bump in Moody’s ratings for 2020

Dive Brief: Next year should be kinder to nonprofit hospitals and health systems, with Moody’s Investors Service forecasting a 2% to 3% growth in operating cash flow next year, driven by stronger provider revenue due to Medicare and commercial reimbursement raises and growth in patient volumes. Moody’s revised its 2020 outlook for the not-for-profit provider… Read More »

Ashwagandha: A Multi Benefit Exotic Indian Herb

Ashwagandha is known as an exotic Indian herb that has an exceptional stress-relieving component than those other powerful drugs that are used to treat anxiety and depression. Ashwagandha brings excellent protective effects on human’s nervous system, making it a promising treatment alternative for various degenerative diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. One of the many Ashwagandha… Read More »