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India takes on foot-and-mouth disease by vaccinating animals

... ofdeveloped countries like the UK, India has been adopting a more conservativeapproach of vaccinating the animals for the past three decades. "Vaccinating the domestic animals against FMD on a regular basis is the bestmeans of preventing the spread of the disease," says Dr S M Lal, the jointdirector of the ...

Change in weight not a risk in healthy men

...ries about regaining weight should not stop people adopting healthy eating and exercise patterns. But they should do all they can to keep to a healthy weight....

Reduce watching TV to prevent Obesity and Diabetes

...new cases of diabetes could have been prevented by adopting a relatively active lifestyle of less than 10 hours per week of TV-watching and 30 minutes or more per day of brisk walking. TV-watching typically displaces physical activity and reduces the amount of time used to burn energy. People tend to eat whil...

The Key To Prevention Of Heart Disease In Adults

...intained these improvements after one year. Thus adopting a healthy lifestyle in childhood is the most cost-effective and practical way to prevent heart disease in adults....

Research reports that c-section deliveries are rising

...veries, as more and more medical practitioners are adopting the procedure over giving birth normally. The researchers are of opinion that it is required that a national surveillance authority to look into the conditions that may lead to cesarean deliveries so that primary c-section deliveries are restricted, ...

Adult bone health is dependent on lifestyle we live

... weight do seem to affect the skeletal growth, and adopting a healthy lifestyle will work wonders for adult bone health for all people. The results of the study were reported in the current issue of Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health....

New study reveals how to strike a balance between heart-healthy fats

...ether can be beneficial to good health, instead of adopting any one in our diet. Reference: Journal of the American Dietetic Association, July 2005...

Use Of Sunscreen In Childhood And Prevents Future Skin Cancer

...at the University of British Columbia reveals that adopting a // regular sunscreen routine in childhood can reduce the risk of developing skin cancer in the future. "Sunscreen has always been an important part of an overall sun-safety regime to protect the skin and reduce the number of sunburns, especially ...

Mercy killing for newborn with incurable disease in Netherlands

...in Dutch. The Dutch Pediatric Society has plans of adopting national guidelines which is called as Groningen Protocol to be followed strictly when offering mercy killing. The Dutch Pediatric Society accepted that "in exceptional circumstances and under strict conditions... deliberate ending of life" of such n...

Lawmakers alerted on new tobacco control policies by research team

...asing cigarette taxes, raising the smoking age and adopting new or enforcing current regulations that prevent or delay youth smoking according to a researchers. // This move is expected to improve the lives of billions of people addicted to this habit. It is time that lawmakers quickly adopt the suggestion ...

Older generation might pose a threat to increase the NHS budget

...uld be put to all this or atleast minimize this by adopting a healthy diet, by remaining active and by regularly exercising. Don’t should be alcohol consumption, smoking and gorging on food. Thereby all this will reduce the pressure on the National Health Sector (NHS) and help the government....

Number Of Dementia Cases To Rise Drastically

...ain. The mental functions can be preserved through adopting a healthy lifestyle which involves both physical and mental activity. ...

Reach Of The Morning-After Pill Treatment Inadequate Among Sexual Assault Victims

... governments can be held responsible for not fully adopting this treatment regimen to fight against the spread of this deadly disease. The lack of transparency regarding the use of the medication related to a condom accident is believed to have ignited the fire. While the above issue is controversial, it i...

Manage Stress To Beat Heart Disease

...cohol. "Achieving a healthy lifestyle comes from adopting behaviors over time that help to manage stress in effective ways that don't at the same time take a toll on your physical health and body," said Russ Newman, Ph.D., J.D., APA executive director for professional practice. There are many lifestyle modi...

Do not get unduly stressed or emotional as it may affect the heart!

...ractice,” Achieving a healthy lifestyle comes from adopting behaviours over time that help to manage stress in effective ways that don't at the same time take a toll on your physical health and body." The main points to be kept in mind are :- * Isolate and detect the causative agent for stress and try to m...

Marketing of Low Tar Cigarette Brand by BAT Unethical

...o (BAT), a leading cigarette manufacturer has been adopting a strategy to mask the toxicity of the manufactured cigarettes. // In an audit conducted to review the internal documents of the company by Canadian researchers, it has been found that the cigarettes actually delivered elevated levels of tar and nic...

Pesticide exposure penetrates the womb and affects blood and brain

...loping brain and that we should seriously consider adopting and enforcing a greater margin of safety in protecting both foetuses and children from potential toxic exposures.” ...

Poor Quality of Cabin Air in the Plane Can Cause DVT, After A Long Flight

...DVT. The silver lining amid this DVT cloud is just adopting some simple techniques or consuming medication to gear up for the DVT risk after long flights. The hints include, reducing alcohol on a flight, constant movement of the legs by stretching or wearing the compressive stockings which improves blood ci...

Culling followed by checking: Government to audit the documents, to ascertain no skeletons in the closet!

...ctively train farmers in methods of sanitation and adopting adequate safety measures in the culling of chicken. ...

Pakistan Enforces Strict Bird Flu Measures, Poultry Import Banned

...rd flu has been reported in Pakistan, the need for adopting precautionary measures cannot be ruled out. Expansion of disease testing facilities and improved surveillance measures has been planned. Furthermore, health workers and those who work in close contact with poultry would be instructed on bird flu p...

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