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first_img RelatedNew flights between Oslo and LisbonTAP Portugal has unveiled new flights to Oslo from the Portuguese capital of Lisbon.New Salzburg flights from easyJetNew Salzburg flights from easyJetNew flights at Budapest AirportBudapest Airport is to welcome several flights this summer, with new routes from a series of low-cost carriers. Portuguese airline, TAP, is to offer cheap flights to Morocco this winter.The carrier will launch flights from Lisbon to Casablanca in October, taking the number of African destinations served by TAP up to nine.Flights to Bissau, Dakar, Luanda, Maputo, Johannesburg, Sal, Praia and Sao Tome already operate from TAP’s European bases.TAP explained that the new flights to Casablanca are a result of increased passenger demand and analysis of popular destinations.”The choice of Casablanca, one of the largest and most important Moroccan cities was the result of rigorous market analysis and will enable TAP to diversity its activities and thus meet market demand and the need to find new destinations,” the airline said in a statement.Flights to Africa have proved popular for TAP, with more than 224,000 passengers flying from Portugal to the continent since services began.Demand for flights to Bissau saw the airline introduce a third weekly service from Lisbon to the capital city of Guinea-Bissau last month. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

Study finds elevated risk of congenital defects in lithiumexposed infants

first_imgJun 19 2018Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai found an elevated risk of major congenital malformations in fetuses after first-trimester exposure to lithium, in the largest study ever to examine the risk of birth defects in lithium-exposed babies.Nearly one and one-half times as many babies exposed to lithium during the first trimester experienced major malformations compared to the unexposed group (7.4 percent compared with 4.3 percent). In addition, risk for neonatal hospital readmission was nearly doubled in lithium-exposed babies compared to the unexposed group (27.5 percent versus 14.3 percent). However, lithium exposure was not associated with pregnancy complications or other delivery outcomes, such as pre-eclampsia, preterm birth, gestational diabetes, or low birth weight. In addition, the researchers found that the risk of birth defects in lithium-exposed infants was lower than previously thought, because previous studies did not look at large enough populations.Related StoriesIt is okay for women with lupus to get pregnant with proper care, says new studyNew research links “broken heart syndrome” to cancerCutting around 300 calories a day protects the heart even in svelte adultsThe study examined the risk of congenital malformations such as heart defects and pregnancy complications in a meta-analysis of primary data from 727 lithium-exposed pregnancies compared to a control group of 21,397 pregnancies in mothers with a mood disorder who were not taking lithium. The data was taken from six study sites in Denmark, Canada, the Netherlands, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The researchers also measured delivery outcomes and neonatal hospital readmissions within 28 days of birth.Lithium therapy is widely recommended as a first-line treatment for bipolar disorder, which affects approximately 2 percent of the world’s population. Lithium helps to prevent severe depression and mania. In the United States, bipolar disorder is more commonly treated with anti-psychotic drugs instead of lithium.”Women should be informed on malformation risk in first-trimester exposed infants, but also about very high relapse risks for mental illness both during pregnancy and during the postpartum period,” said the study’s senior author, Veerle Bergink, MD, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry and of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Science, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. “Given the well-documented effectiveness of lithium in reducing relapse in the perinatal period, some important clinical considerations are either to continue lithium in a lower dose during the first trimester or to restart lithium after the first trimester or immediately postpartum.”Source: http://icahn.mssm.edu/last_img read more