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Baicalein, an extract from the skullcap plant, is a very powerful enhancer of the antiviral drug ribavirin, which counteracts the H1N1 (bird flu) influenza virus. [Full Story]
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One type of stroke event is “evolving stroke.” In these cases, the neurological damage , weakness, speech impairment , gradually gets worse after the first few days. [Full Story]
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