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Chemical Injections for Fat Removal

...ber, is also excited by the findings, although she agrees that more research is needed to find out how the animal findings translate in humans. Providing a long lasting, natural wrinkle filler and a scientifically studied, non-surgical method for melting fat could revolutionize growing old gracefully, she...

Selenium Supplements Could Increase Diabetes Risk

...kins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, agrees that selenium seems to offer few benefits and at high levels, may be toxic. Dr. Guallar says most people have adequate selenium in their diet. "Moreover, taking selenium supplements on top of an adequate dietary intake may cause diabetes."...

Selenium Supplements may Increase Type 2 Diabetes Risk

...kins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, agrees that selenium seems to offer few benefits and at high levels, may be deadly. Dr. Guallar said that most people have adequate selenium in their diet. "Moreover, taking selenium supplements on top of an adequate dietary intake may cause diabetes....

Male Casting Couch in Bollywood?

...omething really strange. Model Aashish Chaudhary agrees by saying, Male casting couch on the ramp exists and its a sick thing but then there are people who resort to such cheap tricks to further their interest....

Chinese Eco-tourism Causing Infanticide Among Tibetan Monkeys

...ional Primate Research Center in Atlanta, Georgia, agrees that eco-tourism can backfire if it's not carefully managed. "I think we need to teach tourists that if they want to see primates, they will have to go where the primates are, he said. Berman is of the view that many of these visitors are not aw...

Autism Case Hearing Still to Produce Clinching Evidence on Vaccine Linkage

... diarrhea following the shot. However, before it agrees to compensate children for a so-called MMR encephalopathy, the court generally requires evidence that the child lost consciousness for an extended period following the shot. Michelle does not seem to have had a seizure or loss of consciousness. Thoug...

Abbot Sues French AIDS Group

...rice in Thailand on the condition that the country agrees to not allow generic versions of the drug into the market. The group encouraged between 500 and 1,000 HIV/AIDS advocates from Canada, France, India, Thailand and the U.S. to click on a link posted on Act Up-Paris' Web site that caused Abbott's serve...

Actor Travolta Blames Psychotropic Drugs for US School Shootings

... quoted Travolta, as saying. The Hairspray actor agrees with fellow Scientologist Tom Cruise who is one of the most outspoken members of the Church of Scientology. "I don't disagree with anything Tom says, he said. According to Scientology there is no such thing as a chemical imbalance, and psychiatry i...

Go for Russia, Not China, Wine Experts Say

..., who flew to Bordeaux from New Delhi for Vinexpo, agrees that the spirit is there, but the logistics are weak. "The question I am most often asked in India is 'where can I get good wine?'," he said, but the supply is just not there. "People want wine in India and they have money - my local BMW salesroom wh...

Nicole Kidman Refuses to Kick the Butt!

...uge star said that she is an occasional smoker and agrees that smoking is 'addictive'. However, the 39-year-old is sure that she will warn everyone who is going to start not to get into the habit. "Yes, I smoke cigarettes - but only occasionally. It's an addiction and I'd say anybody to who was going to...

Anti-Epileptic Drug Intake May Result In Children With Mental Retardation

... dosage should be limited if possible." Ms Burns agrees that women with epilepsy should be counseled before embarking on a pregnancy: "What we don't want is to scare people to stop people taking this drug suddenly because that can result in seizures and, potentially, deaths." A Sanofi-Synthelabo spokesw...

Hemangioblasts New Tool Of Stem Cell Technology

...nd rats, not people, and were short-term. Lanza agrees but says that if safety studies show progress, his team may seek approval for human testing in 2008. In theory, hemangioblasts could create large numbers of "universal donor" blood cells for transfusions in emergencies, according to the scientists....

7 Common Myths About Osteoporosis

...t is a fact that you lose bone density with aging, agrees Douyon. But you should continue to have good bone strength, and you should not develop osteoporosis. 3. MYTH: Osteoporosis is only a concern for the elderly FACT: It is never too early to begin thinking about strong bones. Good bone health is som...

Thailand Will Not Issue Compulsory Licenses for Patented Drugs

...rice in Thailand on the condition that the country agrees not to allow generic versions of the drug into the market, Siriwat Thiptaradol, secretary-general of Thailand's Food and Drug Administration, said. Abbott offered to sell Aluvia for about 34,000 baht, or $1,000, per person annually. Indian generic ...

Health Benefits Of Traditional Land Ownership

...rer in Public Health at the University of Adelaide agrees that traditional land ownership is linked to improved Indigenous health. He disputes the suggestion of some commentators that the poor health of Australias Indigenous population is due to policy that has forced people to live in remote communities...

Pediatric Seizure Study Underway in US to Decide Between Diazepam and Lorazepam

...withdraw the child from the study. If the parent agrees to continue, small blood samples will be taken from the child and the parent will be interviewed by phone 48 hours later and then 30 days after the child is enrolled to ask about the childs condition. The independent board or research review commit...

My Show Will Make People Health Conscious: Rahul Aggarwal

...to be health conscious,' he added. Aggarwal also agrees that reality shows, which are the success mantras these days, provide an alternative to viewers looking for variety. 'Reality shows are successful because they capture the attention of audience looking for something different other than the routine...

Anti-Epileptic Drug Intake May Result In Children With Mental Retardation

... dosage should be limited if possible." Ms Burns agrees that women with epilepsy should be counseled before embarking on a pregnancy: "What we don't want is to scare people to stop people taking this drug suddenly because that can result in seizures and, potentially, deaths." A Sanofi-Synthelabo spokesw...

Black Cohosh-Black Magic Against Breast Cancer

...s”, Rebbeck stresses. At the same time Rebbeck agrees that there could be “ something in these herbal compounds that could be a valuable addition to our cancer prevention medicine chest”. Source-Mdindia ANN/V...

Ulcer Causing Microbe Linked To Protection From Asthma

...rotective against developing GERD. Though Blaser agrees that additional research needs to be done to confirm the association and then to figure out what to do with this knowledge, he adds that many physicians think all H. pylori infections need to be treated, even those not causing ulcer symptoms. " Helic...

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