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Diamyd Medical to divide business

BY Alaric DeArment

STOCKHOLM Diamyd Medical will split its business into separate divisions for pain relief and diabetes, the drug maker said Friday.

 

The Swedish company said its diabetes business would consist mostly of the investigational antigen-based drug Diamyd, for Type 1 diabetes, while the pain business would comprise of development projects using its nerve-targeting drug delivery system platform to administer drugs directly to the nervous system to treat pain.

 

 

The company will begin the division process during the new 2010-2011 fiscal year.

 

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New Greenies dog treats boost joint health

BY Allison Cerra

NASHVILLE, Tenn. A new line of dog treats is designed to maintain dogs’ healthy mobility.

Greenies JointCare Treats are for daily use and help to protect the mobility of adult dogs of all ages and sizes by nourishing healthy joints. The treats contain green-lipped mussel, which reportedly have a beneficial effect on canine joint health. Such nutrients found in green-lipped mussel include omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins E and C, glucosamine, chondroitin and other amino acids.

Greenies JointCare Treats are available in two sizes for small/medium and large dogs at pet specialty products retailers.

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Centrum invites women to ‘take back’ time

BY Allison Cerra

MADISON, N.J. Multivitamin maker Centrum is encouraging women to pledge an hour toward an activity that is important to them.

According to a recent Centrum survey, 3-out-of-4 women don’t have enough time in the day to do everything they would like. In response to this, Centrum has launched a new website, LoveFeelingHealthy.com, which gives women the opportunity to win prizes that allow them "take back" time to do something they love. The site also offers users the ability to download a coupon for $3 off their next purchase of Centrum Women’s or Centrum Men’s vitamins to help achieve better health and energy to enjoy life. The promotion is in line with daylight saving time, which occurs on Nov. 7.

"Our survey shows that women’s lifestyles are suffering from lack of energy and time. We know that it’s important for women to live healthy and well-balanced lifestyles so they can do all the activities on their to-do lists," said Tiffany McLaud, franchise lead for dietary supplements at Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, maker of Centrum. "Centrum, along with a healthy lifestyle, can help women find the energy to enjoy life to the fullest."

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