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ACA calls for ‘conservative care first’ method of low-back pain The American Chiropractic Association , in response to recent research calling into question the efficacy of acetaminophen in the management of spinal pain, strongly encourages patients and healthcare providers to consider the benefits of a conservative method of back pain. According to the British Medical Journal study, the widely used painkiller is usually ineffective against low-back pain and will be offering only minimal short-term benefit for those who have osteoarthritis of the hip or knee. Similar conclusions had been reached in a report published in The Lancet in July 2014, that acetaminophen does not ease low-back pain... Agriflu approved to prevent diseases caused by influenza virus subtypes A and B Another option to prevent illnesses caused by subtypes A and B influenza virus The U.S. Meals and Medication Administration today approved Agriflu for people ages 18 years and older to prevent disease due to influenza virus subtypes A and B. Agriflu, manufactured by Novartis Diagnostics and Vaccines in Siena, Italy, was approved using the FDA’s accelerated approval pathway, which helps effective and safe medical products for severe or life-threatening illnesses become available sooner.