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New Treatment Discovered For Pediatric Cholera

...e strains of V cholerae, single-dose ciprofloxacin achieves clinical outcomes similar to or better than, those achieved with 12-dose erythromycin treatment in childhood cholera, but is less effective in eradicating Vcholeraefrom stool” Source: The Lancet, Newswis...

New And More Effective Treatment For Cholera

...e strains of V cholerae, single-dose ciprofloxacin achieves clinical outcomes similar to or better than, those achieved with 12-dose erythromycin treatment in childhood cholera, but is less effective in eradicating V cholerae from stool. ...

Calcium Supplements May Not Be Of Much Use For Healthy Kids

...netics matters most in determining whether a child achieves peak bone mass. But scientists are beginning to study other factors — weight-bearing exercise, fruit and vegetable consumption, even vitamin D intake — to learn more about their effect on bone strength. Source: Newswie...

Collaborative use of Imaging Techniques proved effective in Cardiovascular Diagnosis – ESC Recommend

...g the impact of cardiovascular disease. The ESC achieves this through a variety of scientific and educational activities including the coordination of: clinical practice guidelines, education courses and initiatives, pan-European surveys on specific disease areas and the ESC Annual Congress, the largest me...

Problem-Based Learning Curriculum a Success for Medical School

...cal cases, and, according to a recent study at MU, achieves outstanding academic results. The power of PBL was examined in a recent MU study and published in the Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. The study has shown that not only did MU student scores on the medical licensing exam dra...

New Drug Offers Promise as Single Treatment for HIV

...l antiretroviral drug designated "MK-0518" rapidly achieves sharp reductions in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) levels, and may offer the prospect of single-//drug treatment for patients with HIV infection. If the good results are borne out by further studies, "MK-0518 should clearly be a welcome additio...

Radical Idea of Implanting Tiny Electrodes to the Deaf

...ntimate contact of the array with the nerve fibers achieves more precise activation of fibers signaling specific frequencies, reduced electrical current requirements and dramatically reduced interference among electrodes when they are stimulated simultaneously, Middlebrooks says. Middlebrooks has talked wit...

A Fresh Alternative to Painful Chemotherapy Developed in UK

...that encourages some tumours to grow. An agonist achieves a normal action, often mimicking the action of a naturally occurring substance. Luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone is a naturally occurring hormone that controls sex hormones in both men and women. Thus, an LHRH agonist serves in a manner simila...

Experts Warn Against Side Effects of the New Weight Loss Drug

...absorbing all of the fat she eats. Eventually, she achieves her goal and stops taking the drug. But she's in for a surprise since she never changed her diet, her body will now absorb the fat that Alli helped reject, and her weight will balloon to where it was before. This trap looks a lot like the ones from ...

Ambitious Gastric Cancer Research Project Proposed in Singapore

...reduced if the Singapore Gastric Cancer Consortium achieves results through its new five-year research project. It is bringing together clinicians and researchers from four public hospitals, two universities, and leading research institutes such as the Genome Institute of Singapore. Says Yong Ying-I, Perm...

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(Date:7/28/2014)... St. Jude Children,s Research Hospital study found that 73 ... doubled their risk of developing metabolic syndrome and related ... The results appear in the current issue of the ... the 1,598 adult survivors of childhood cancer in the ... risk factors like high blood pressure, abdominal obesity, elevated ...
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(Date:7/27/2014)... vitro study has revealed that nicotine and cotinine, a ... by a certain carcinogen in smoke. , The carcinogen ... tobacco leaves and ultimately ends up in the tobacco ... and liver, where it is activated by a variety ... mice has revealed that nicotine can partially interfere with ...
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