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Acne may protect against infections

...l breeding ground for P. acnes. However, Dr.Eady admits that her work, while helping some to avoid the misery of a disfiguring condition, may actually be counter productive in other ways. "If acne is eliminated we may begin to pay a much higher price as the incidence of certain cancers starts to rise. "O...

Encephalitis Survivors Face The Risk Of Becoming Disabled

...are rarely able to lead a completely normal life," admits Dr. K.P. Kushwaha of the Gorakhpur Medical College in eastern Uttar Pradesh, the nerve centre of treatment of the brain fever that has killed 620 people in the state since the end of July. And that is just the official figure. Unofficial tolls put t...

Indian Psychiatrist in UK Accused of plagiarism

...r his Radio 4 programme, "All In The Mind", and he admits on reflection the lack of reference to Blass was "perhaps an omission". Consequently, the magazine's publisher, Wiley Interface Ltd, issued a formal retraction in the September edition of the journal, saying it sincerely regretted what had occurred...

UK public misled over downgrading cannabis: Govt

...g less than a year ago, the British Home Secretary admits today. In a highly critical assessment of the decision taken by his predecessor, David Blunkett, Charles Clarke said he is “very worried” about recent evidence suggesting a strong link between cannabis and mental illness. He made these damning rem...

Poverty Claims Valuable Lives Of Children In Orissa

...hild die," she says miserably. An Orissa official admits there are lots of problems. "Of the total infant deaths, 60 percent occur within the first month and the remaining in the next 11 months," says R.N. Senapati, secretary, women and child development. "The latter has to be brought down because it's ...

Fresh Polio Cases Reported In Uttar Pradesh

...irector general (family welfare) of Uttar Pradesh, admits there are loopholes in both planning and implementation of the polio immunisation programme in the state. Uttar Pradesh is the only Indian state, besides Bihar, where cases of polio are reported every now and then. Of the 1,918 cases detected glo...

Even Hospitals Not Drug Proof

...ributed his present condition to his drugs use. He admits to smoking cannabis on the ward. BBC Radio's Five Live Report conducted a sample survey of some dozen mental health trusts and asked them the steps they would take if they found any drugs on wards. NHS trusts have reported that they would not automat...

Japanese Scientists Develop Thought-Controlled Robotic Hands

...ntention," Kamitani was quoted as saying. But he admits that fMRI scanning technology must be improved dramatically before this is made possible, and before the system can be used practically. "We will need several breakthroughs in related technologies, including those for brain scanning hardware, befor...

Scientists Develop Thought-Controlled Robotic Hands

...intention,' Kamitani was quoted as saying. But he admits that fMRI scanning technology must be improved dramatically before this is made possible, and before the system can be used practically. 'We will need several breakthroughs in related technologies, including those for brain scanning hardware, before...

Only Half of Addicts in American Families Seek Help

... The poll also suggested that once a family member admits his or her addiction, that person is more likely to seek treatment than those who do not admit their addictions. Three-fourths of addicts were alcoholics, while 30% were drug addicts. Some were addicted to both drugs and alcohol. 23% of addicts who...

Government Failed to Prevent Rising Teen Pregnancies

...of the strategy in the early 1990s However she now admits that she was mistaken. She says, "Emergency contraception has been heralded as the solution to rising abortion rates - it's not." Although ministers have promised to halve teenage pregnancy rates by 2010, figures last month revealed that the number...

Bionic Women –No longer the Stuff of Science Fictio

...Dr Todd Kuiken, developer of the bionic technology admits that the device is a little crude, weighing five kilograms with one motor extending far beyond her shoulder, with wires and mechanical parts as well as some of the six motors, clearly visible. Her hand is covered with a flesh-colored sheath, and the ...

Laborious efforts of NHS Trust to confine labor to homes

...O of the Trust while taking stock of the situation admits that the transition is going to be painful but is optimistic that it will eventually work out for the good of both the mothers–to-be and the NHS which apparently is struggling to make both ends meet. MT...

Medical School Blog Gives Students “Dose of Reality

...scribe what it’s like to be a medical student, and admits it’s hard to fathom how she will ever absorb all t...lved with blogging because she loves to write. She admits it also lets her blow off some steam. “And I think the blog is a really great resource for prospecti...

Whet your appetite with “Mindless Eating”: A gourmet's deligh!

...Truly a gourmet, who enjoys every kind of food, he admits that he easily succumbs to the temptations offered...ng a Ph.D. at Stanford and lecturing worldwide, he admits to having yielded to temptation as his TKE fraternity brothers at Wayne State College in Nebraska wa...

Guiding Students Toward a Successful Medical Assistant Career

...tes on the Internet uninterrupted since 2001.Danni admits that at times remaining vigilant can be a struggle.Most people don’t know the amount of dedication and skill it takes to maintain such huge websites like mine on the highly competitive Internet,she adds. The vast majority of visitors to Danni’s we...

Fast-Multiplying Lawsuits Can Stymie Medical Science, Authors Warn

...dustry that might be harmful to people." Racette admits that the difficulties litigation has imposed on his research has, at times, made the thought of switching his focus to a different area tempting. But he says he's much too stubborn to ever seriously consider such a step. "To cure or prevent intracta...

Hearing Impaired Student Captures International Performance Award

...gree at WVU as a student of Amstutz. Although he admits initially disliking piano lessons as a child, Cheo...nced bouts of sudden hearing loss in both ears. He admits he has difficulty recognizing pitches of high frequency. “I’m still able to hear physically with t...

An Anti-rabies Campaign With Bite

...ata's Infectious Diseases (ID) hospital, though he admits that the real figure could be much higher. Though the West Bengal health department per se is not averse to the idea of vaccinating dogs against rabies, it feels the initiative should be taken by the state veterinary department. "If the veterinar...

No Smoking During Play Rehearsals: UK’s Health Ministry Drops the Curtain

...y seems unfazed by the numerous representations it admits to have received from the theatre industry. According to health spokesman Baroness Royall, artists can very well use artificial cigarettes if they want to rehearse smoking, or else they should practice smoking off-stage. 'We believe it is necess...

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(Date:4/17/2014)... by Cesar A. Arias, M.D., Ph.D., at The University ... identified a new superbug that caused a bloodstream infection ... April 17 issue of The New England Journal ... of a class of highly-resistant bacteria known as methicillin-resistant ... major cause of hospital and community-associated infections. The superbug ...
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