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Forget the 10,000-steps-a-day rule—walking 3,000 steps in 30 minutes could be enough, especially if you have congestive heart failure and you want to improve your chances of a long life.
Digoxin, the heart failure drug that's been used in medicine in some form for more than 200 years, increases the risk of death by nearly 30 per cent
What does it take to get Avandia, the discredited type II diabetes drug, banned around the world? A new study - which proves it can be a killer - might just do it for all the countries, including the US and Canada, that still prescribe it
Doctors are still prescribing Avandia, the diabetes drug, even though it may soon be withdrawn from the market following concerns that it increases the risk of heart attack and failure
The major drugs for treating type II diabetes can cause bone loss and fracture, a new study has discovered
Drug companies are sometimes sued by surviving relatives after a loved one has died after taking one of their toxic products - but now shareholders are getting in on the act
* Coezyme Q10 - found in soya oil, peanuts, spinach, mackerel, pork, sardines, sesame seed and walnuts - can help the symptoms related to angina, mitral valve prolapse and congestive heart failure (Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 1985; 82: 901-4; Drugs Exp Clin Res, 1984; 10: 487-502)