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Myth of 'female impotence' created to boost sales

...ating, "We work on unmet medical needs. There were academics who were working on this long before they came to us to ask us for support."...

Children should eat well to do well in academics say experts!

...en found that students who are well fed do well in academics then those who are not.// The study was done at Cornell's Early Childhood Centre. The results said that inadequate eating reflects in impaired academic development especially in reading. This phenomenon is termed as food insecurity. This is the ...

San Francisco Mayor Proposes An Alternate Plan For The Uninsured City Residents

...resentatives from hospitals and community clinics, academics and other health care experts would provide a plan and the details about the number of people to be brought under the insurance coverage. The uninsured would get help from public and nonprofit community health clinics. There are 20 such clinics, w...

Change In Lifestyle Recommended To Avoid Cardiac Disease

...literally burning the midnight oil to do better in academics and their work sphere. Increasingly, it is the younger generation which is becoming vulnerable to the disease,' Chandra told IANS on the sidelines of a workshop on cardiovascular disease for doctors. The disease earlier affected people in the post ...

Healthy Step : 7000 (S)caught under the Scanner

... study will gain momentum, when Scotland's leading academics will track the lives of Glaswegians for a whole 10 years. They will study and measure the impact of reforms on health and quality of life, and whether it improves their mental outlook.. The initiative, titled Go Well, which is a whopping £4.5m costi...

Academics Question Veracity Of NHS IT Upgrade Plan

... //Computer Weekly magazine said that the group of academics are questioning if the plan is foolproof. The go... raised concerns about the technology itself," the academics tell the MPs in their letter. "We propose that the Health Select Committee help resolve uncertainty ...

Beards Are Back In Germany With A Bang!

...the same time, bushy beards, like the ones worn by academics in the 1970s to protest societal norms are resurging. "The times are long gone when someone wore something to provoke," said Birgit Richard, a professor and expert of youth culture at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt. This respons...

Training in Australia's Medical Schools Inadequate

...than two dozen professors, consultants and medical academics for a rethink on medical education. ...

Cancer Cause Not Yet Ascertained

...aid. The seven employees were administration and academics staff, who had been diagnosed with varying forms of brain tumors since 1999. Of this one is believed to be terminal. RMIT University has not made any decision over the future of the building stating that they would consider the test results before ...

Excessive Alcohol Consumption May Cause Ill health Of The GI System

...rnational gathering of physicians, researchers and academics in the fields of Gastroentrologist, Hepatology, Endoscopy and gastrointestinal surgery. "Many factors come into play when managing a healthy lifestyle. In this case, patterns of alcohol consumption may significantly affect digestive health," said L...

New Obesity Guidelines Will Trouble US Children

...en greeted with alarm by some senior public health academics who have written to the committee. Dr. Jenny O'Dea from the University of Sydney, for instance, warned that labelling children as overweight or obese can lead to stigmatization, eating problems and avoidance of exercise. Mr. Moynihan points out tha...

Study Says Screening of Children's Weight in Schools Would Put Them under Pressure

...measure children's body mass index (BMI). But the academics say that the initiative could lead to overweight children being bullied by is classmates. The Loughborough researchers Emma Rich, John Evans and Rachel Allwood, from the school of sport and exercise sciences said that children are already under rel...

Transgender Experience - A Tool to Analyze Gender Difference By Stanford Scientist

... School of Medicine, referring to the gang of male academics and pundits who have attacked women scientists critical of arguments about their alleged biological inferiority. Where Summers sees innate differences, Barres sees discrimination. As a young woman - Barbara - he said he was discouraged from setting...

More Health Benefits from Organic milk

...The 14 prominent scientists, who were led by three academics from the University of Glasgow, wrote to the Food Standards Agency that organic milk has higher levels of Omega 3 fatty acids, long associated with increased health benefits. They expect a change in stance of the FSA on organic milk, and "recognize...

Risk Of Colorectal Polyps Recurrence Can Be Controlled By Rofecoxib

...rnational gathering of physicians, researchers and academics in the fields of gastroenterology, hepatology, endoscopy and gastrointestinal surgery. For more information, please visit www.gastro.org. About Gastroenterology Gastroenterology, the official journal of the AGA Institute, is the most prominent jou...

Should Junk Food Ads be Banned or Not?

Health experts and academics are divided on the effects of junk-food advertising.While a social revolution that would ban all ads for junk food// can still not be expected at any time in the near future, not only because the Federal Government has made it clear a ban is out of t...

President Launches Madras University's 150th Year Celebrations

...the research it produces," Kalam told students and academics here. He opened a virtual university portal, a joint project of Madras University with the Calcutta and Bombay Universities, by which millions of students will be able to access quality education. "Technology is a learning tool, linking economy ...

Sex Is Okay For Heart, But Not Cocaine - Says An Australian Study

.... The review by University of Sydney and Harvard academics is the first to analyse triggers for heart attacks, including sexual activity, cocaine use, pollution, heavy meals, and stressful events like terrorist attacks. Co-researcher Geoffrey Tofler, who is associated with both the universities, said that ...

NRI Doctor's R&D Model in India to Slash Cost of Drugs

...als in India for a drug for hepatitis C. The two academics have devised a way to invent new medicines and get them to market at a fraction of the cost charged by big drug companies. Their model is likely to enable millions in poor countries to be cured of infectious diseases and reduce the drugs bill of Brit...

Conference on Drink and Drug Abuse in Scotland

...the channels of communication between politicians, academics and international organizations. Scotland's Futu...buse, had organized a conference of senior police, academics and health experts, named as the Holyrood conference. The conference endeavors to conduct a thorough...

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