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Common Infections Found To Raise An Individuals Risk Of Having A Heart Attack Or Stroke

...work has linked chronic inflammation, which occurs anytime we have an infection, to atherosclerosis, or clogging of the arteries. Since vaccines produce an immune response to parts of infections, some have speculated they, too, could aggravate the condition. Present research analyzed infection and vaccinati...

Omega-3 May Help Special Children

...are free to withdraw their children from the study anytime they choose. Vitamin D is also contained in fish oils which contribute towards protecting against cancer and strengthening bones....

Change In Lifestyle Recommended To Avoid Cardiac Disease

...d 25 million diabetes patients in India and can at anytime be vulnerable to heart problems. Bring a little bit of discipline to your life and have a healthy heart and mind,' said Dr. Brian, while advising youngsters to sleep well at night and stay away from high cholesterol-laced fast foods. He said if peopl...

Travel-Related Blood Clots Can Be Reduced By Using Flight Stockings

...er because the small risk of thrombosis is present anytime a person is stationary for many hours, be it on a plane or train, in luxury accommodations or in coach quarters.There is no definitive link between air travel and increased risks for traveler’s thrombosis, but some evidence suggests that flights of e...

Spring A Suicide? Spring Born Get Suicidal, Says a Study

...likelihood of killing themselves if they were born anytime during April, May or June....

Bird Flu Campaign Kick Starts In Indonesia

...d is now closer to another influenza pandemic than anytime before....

Dutch chemical group Akzo Nobel Develops A New Bird Flu Vaccine

... scientific community that the virus could mutates anytime soon, causing it to spread from humans to humans at an alarming rates, which could result in a global epidemic within weeks....

Cord Blood Stem Cells Can Now be Stored in India

...r a period of 21 years. The cells can be retrieved anytime from the bank to treat disorders. The cells can also be donated to the bank, in which case they would be used for research purposes. Cryobanks' Indian operations is a joint venture with the RJ Corp, promoted by Ravi Jaipuria. Source:PTI News...

New Cancer-Blocking Algae Found

... the world who will not have access to the vaccine anytime soon," Schiller said. "It may be an inexpensive product they can use." Test to detect the efficiency of carrageenan to prevent other diseases are also being carried out, and the researchers hope that one day the compound can be used in treating herp...

Medical School Blog Gives Students “Dose of Reality

... interns and residents with patients, getting home anytime between 6:30 and 10 p.m. “It’s a transformation, being in medical school. It allows you to be good at studying and memorizing, but it also allows you to be more human, to really develop the compassion and sensitivity to deal with people,” she says....

Medical Teams Are Key to Patient Safety

...o patients. There is risk of bloodstream infection anytime a worker handles a catheter, and the key organisms linked to these infections are commonly found on the patients’ skin, or sometimes on healthcare workers’ hands. In the United States, an estimated 50,000 bloodstream infections occur in ICUs each y...

Medical Teams Are Key to Patient Safety

...o patients. There is risk of bloodstream infection anytime a worker handles a catheter, and the key organisms linked to these infections are commonly found on the patients’ skin, or sometimes on healthcare workers’ hands. In the United States, an estimated 50,000 bloodstream infections occur in ICUs each y...

Remote Device to Monitor Patients Daily at Their Homes

...w months can now be downloaded to the physician at anytime without the patient ever leaving home,” said Dr. Kousik Krishnan, a cardiac electrophysiologist at Rush. According to Krishnan, the LATITUDE system provides added peace of mind for the patient. The physician can remotely check if the defibrillator ...

Scientists Genetically Engineer Tomatoes With Enhanced Folate Content

... healthy dose of salsa for would-be pregnant women anytime soon? Probably not, the researchers say. "It can take years to get a genetically-engineered food plant approved by the FDA," Hanson said. "But before that is even a question, there are many more studies to be done--including a better look at how th...

FDA Refuses to Lift Ban on Blood Donation by Gays

... critics say. Blood shortages are not going away anytime soon. The members of the Greatest Generation, those now entering their late 70s and 80s, have been this nations most reliable blood donors. They are dying off. Younger people are not as committed to donating blood. Yet the demand for blood increas...

Longoria and Parker Couples Not in a Hurry for Babies Now

...elcoming an offspring, the event wont be happening anytime soon. For the time being, Longoria says, she and Tony just want to enjoy some time together. "We're fine with that. We want to spend some time with each other, even though we want kids very much," the Mirror quoted her, as saying. The couple we...

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