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Health claims guidance: psychological functions, and physical performance    europa.eu

Health claims guidance: psychological functions, and physical performance[...]

Meeting highlights from the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) 22-25 June 2015    europa.eu

Ten new medicines, including two enzyme replacement therapies for rare diseases, recommended for approval[...]

Success Stories - Conflicted consumers: anxiety and food decisions    europa.eu

Surveys such as the 2010 Eurobarometer show that people around Europe are worried about what they eat and where it comes from. But what causes this? And does it affect behaviour? An EU-funded project[...]

Acadia Pharmaceuticals presents integrated data from phase III program with Nuplazid™ (pimavanserin) for Parkinson's psychosis    epda.eu.com

ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Inc., a biopharmaceutical company focused on innovative treatments that address unmet medical needs in neurological and related central nervous system disorders, today announce[...]

New approach needed to tackle mental ill-health at work, says OECD    oecd.org

Health and employment services should intervene earlier, involve key stakeholders and ensure they work together in order to help people with mental-health issues find work and stay in a job, accordin[...]

Better dementia care and a future cure require action today, says OECD    oecd.org

The current policy approach to tackling dementia is socially and economically unsustainable, according to a new OECD report. Countries need to take action now to improve the lives of people living wi[...]


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