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ZYBAN, The smoking cessation drug marked for its adverse reactions

...is a prescription-only medicine that must be taken appropriately and not by patients with a history of seizures. He also added that the rate of seizures seen was consistent with the clinical trials experience....

Marriage does good for Diabetics

...ent. Interventions that aim to help the partner be appropriately supportive will likely improve quality of life and illness adaptation....

Accomplishment of nicotine replacement therapy

...ctor could offer support counselling and prescribe appropriately to the smokers....

Nurses competing with junior doctors in some assessments

...r doctors in the UK// and it's been suggested that appropriately trained nurses might be able to take over some of their roles. Researchers in Ireland, UK, have compared the way in which junior doctors and nurses assess people before surgery. They found that a junior doctor had a one in seven chance of missing s...

Key step forward on International Health Rules

...through on-the-spot investigations to ensure it is appropriately controlled.// The resolution is a major step in the ongoing revision of the International Health Regulations, which were first published in 1969. The Regulations, which currently limit mandatory reporting to just a few diseases, reflect the world at ...

WHO To Support Public Health Threats

...ine the severity of anoutbreak and to ensure it is appropriately controlled.// International Health Regulations were first publishedin 1969. This regulations limit mandatory reporting tojust a few diseases and was written for a differentera. The process of revising these regulations hasbeen placed on a strong fo...

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Safe If Monitored Appropriately

...eficial and safe for these men as long as they are appropriately monitored by their physician.”...

Early Detection Of Facial Abnormalities in a Fetus

... at the time of the birth. The parents can also be appropriately counseled regarding the expected appearance after surgery is performed, say specialists. MRI was also looked at as an alternative to Sonography and it was found that fetal MRI allows more detailed and conclusive prenatal evaluation of the upper lip ...

The Use Of Testosterone Replacement Therapy Questioned

...eficial and safe for these men as long as they are appropriately monitored by their physician....

Girls Who Undergo Genital Mutilation Can Become Infertile

...re done every year. Few previous studies have been appropriately designed to measure the health effects of the practice. Researchers from Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden had investigated whether FGM could lead to infertility. Between March 2003 and June 2004, the team recruited 99 infertile women and 18...

Stem Cells Could Replace Electronic Pacemakers

...luorescent glow.The implanted cells also responded appropriately to drugs used to slow or speed the heart rate, which pacemakers can't do however researchers say many challenges remain before this technique could be used for patients....

Perfusion bioreactor could enhance stem cell research and application in the future

...tem cell by altering the nutrient flow. If this is appropriately designed, the stem cell can give rise to a blood cell, nerve cell or a skin cell depending on the need. The stem cells derived from mesenchymal cells and processed in the bioreactor are viable for a period of 40 days and can be directed to differenti...

Patients More Willing To Use Self-Injectable HIV Therapy Than Anticipated

...and the potential misconception that FUZEON is not appropriately recommended in guidelines. Rob Horne, Professor of Psychology at the University of Brighton and OpenMind study author, said, "These new insights from the OpenMind study will enable us to develop tools to facilitate more informed decisions by both p...

Radiation Risk of Pelvic Fracture in Elderly Women

...n women with anal cancer. These patients should be appropriately cautioned regarding the risk for fracture and falls, and should be monitored during the entire course of treatment by bone mineral densitometry screening. Approaches targeted towards prevention of osteoporosis and falls in this high-risk category has...

Safety Of Indian Sex Workers At Risk Due To Poor Condom Usage

...revention of sexually transmitted diseases if used appropriately and at the right time. The Centre’s sexual health resource centre would be responsible for ensuring availability of the female condom in the State. Creating popularity and awareness regarding female condoms is a task left to the challenge of the lo...

Scientists reveal mechanism behind high-fat, diabetes link.

... in the pancreas to sense blood glucose levels and appropriately produce insulin. This enzyme is not able to act by a high-fat diet, resulting in pancreatic beta cell failure and eventually leading to type 2 diabetes. Done in mice they found that mice lacking the GnT-4a gene had elevated blood glucose concentrat...

Hepatitis C Could Infect 800,000 Australians By 2020

...t the disease, but if they get it they are treated appropriately so they lose the disease,' said Mr. Abbott, welcoming the proposal....

Lost 8 M pounds and blames his medication!!!

...nvestigate the allegations. We believe the drug is appropriately labeled." ...

Operation ‘Job Cut’: 1000 Jobs to be chopped By Hospital Managemet

... in staff remuneration, that the government didn’t appropriately cater to in its budget. Dr Beverly Malone, of the Royal College of Nursing, said "We've seen a steady creep of these types of issues, from the freezing of posts to now we are actually talking about redundancies. This could happen at any of the hospi...

New Study To Determine "Watchful Waiting" Period For Prostate Cancer

...need to intervene early, we also need to intervene appropriately with respect to the stage of disease, the man's age, his health in general and quality of life."Contact: Julie A. Pennejpenne@mdanderson.org713-792-0655University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Source: Eurekalert...

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