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Booster ShotsThe Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday it is investigating reports of adverse reactions from a combination of two HIV drugs and cautioned physicians and patients to be on the alert for such events. Both drugs, Invirase (saquinavir) and Norvir......
Chicago Breaking BusinessDow Jones Newswires | A U.S. judge has ordered Abbott Laboratories (ABT) to hand over to federal prosecutors some its chief executive's email messages, as part of a federal probe into whether Abbott improperly marketed the anti-seizure drug Depakote for...
Tribune reportersDr. Mark Geier has, he says, solved the riddle of autism. He says he has identified its cause and, in the powerful drug Lupron, found an effective treatment -- what he calls a "major discovery." But behind Geier's bold assertion is a troubling paper...
Chicago TribuneMonday: -- Earnings: Commerce Bancorp Inc.; Eaton Corp.; W.W. Grainger Inc.; Marshall & Ilsley Corp.; Mattel Inc.; Pharmaceutical Product Development Inc.; Sonic Corp.; Wachovia Corp. Tuesday: -- September producer price index -- September industrial...
Special to the Chicago TribuneNot every teenager is willing to admit his hometown is an awesome place. Tommy Filkin is. Scanning the Lake Michigan beach where he is a lifeguard, this shaggy-haired 16-year-old says of Lake Forest: "I love it here. It's a nice, safe place to grow up....
James R. Hansen Jr., the newly appointed vice president for retail operations for developer Joseph Freed and Associates LLC, will manage the retail section of the Block 37 project that is now under construction in the Loop, the company announced Tuesday....
A better understanding of why some people are predisposed to dangerous drug interactions and serious illness when taking new prescriptions will be the charge of a non-profit group being formed by several of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies and...
The low participation among women in clinical trials for popular artery-clearing heart stent devices is among the key interests of a study by North Chicago-based drug and medical device-maker Abbott Laboratories. Although the study could one day be a...
Tags: Women's Health, Trials, Heart Disease, Medical Services, Death
Tribune staff reporterAmid rising investor nervousness, volatility and turmoil in debt markets stemming from defaults on subprime mortgages, Chicago-area stocks managed to largely hold their own over the last three months. Perhaps surprisingly, there were only a dozen...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFor almost 20 years, they've been painting the town red in Temecula. Atop onion fields and grazing pastures, they've built a parade of 4,000- and 5,000-square-foot houses -- palaces, many of them, with turrets and faux backyard grottoes, with six-car...
Movies have been made and treatises have been written on the role of barbershops in African American life. In the pre-Civil Rights era, they were one of the first businesses that black men, especially in the South, could own, and, outside of churches, one...
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