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Drug saves heroin addicts

... now studying the uses of “take home” naloxone and argue for its wider distributio....

TB coupled with AIDS soars in Africa

...s of the destruction slowing down. Health experts argue that the two diseases need to be treated together and the major stumbling block is the high cost of drugs used to treat tuberculosis. The classical symptoms are gradual loss of weight, evening rise of body temperature, and moderate to severe cough. T...

Pesticide impairs male reproductive function

... and low sperm count. However some health experts argue that the benefits of using DDT outweigh the potential health risks involved. Many developing countries including Mexico still use DDT in their fight against malaria causing mosquitoes. The disease infects as many as 500 million people each year and ...

Wonder drug - could end in disaster

...of side effects. However, pharmaceutical companies argue that because no evidence of side effects has been uncovered, that proves their drugs are safe....

Misleading Advertisements for Prescription Drugs

...out that proponents of direct-to-consumer drug ads argue that the ads help educate consumers about treatment options and increase the awareness of the consequence of disease. Dr. Woloshin's group proposes that the US Food and Drug Administration mandate a standard format for summarizing the information abo...

Smallpox Would Spread Rapidly

...s including as many as 300 deaths. Other experts argue that once an outbreak has occurred, restricting mass transportation and informing the public about the nature of the outbreak and how to minimize the risk of illness may more effectively prevent the spread of disease than isolating everyone who has b...

Pharmaceutical companies are targeting patients

...for television ads on prescription drugs. Critics argue that drug ads aimed at ordinary people encourage use of expensive, sometimes unnecessary medicines, appeal to patients' emotions, undermine the doctor-patient relationship and rarely tell patients about the drugs' success rate, alternative treatments...

Can one get addicted to fast food?

... that fast foods are addictive and many scientists argue that those who claim so should provide concrete evidence....

Adult stem cells in treatment for Multiple sclerosis (MS)

...uction of embryos aged up to 14 days. These groups argue that adult stem cells are just as promising for medical research....

Tea helps protect Heart disease

...tality rate than non-tea drinkers. However critics argue that people who drink tea might be expected to live healthier lifestyles than people who don't drink tea....

Suicide reduced by anti-depressants

...exposure to antidepressants. However doctors still argue that, it is the medical treatment, and not necessarily the use of anti-depressants that reduces suicide....

Scientists push to lower hidden sodium in food

...rnatives are rare in grocery aisles. Manufacturers argue it's hard to change the recipe but keep the taste. On one thing do food makers and health critics agree: Making our food supply less salty will require consumer demand, and so far that has focused mostly on trimming the fat.There's only so much peop...

The Benefits Of A Stretch

...d stress, but not inflexibility. Specialists also argue that stretching does not improve athletic performance in most cases. Past studies have shown that athletes who stretched prior to running actually performed worse than those who did not stretch. However, researchers says there are some benefits of st...

Regeneration of muscle

...t also aided in tissue repair. Thus, researchers argue that these results establish Pax7 as a key regulator of muscle cell differentiation in specific populations of adult stem cells during muscle tissue regeneration in mice. If therapeutic strategies that activate Pax7 in adult stem cells can turn them ...

Cancer Treatment Harsh On Patients

...chers say that their results should not be used to argue against chemotherapy or neck dissection and they say that treatment decisions should primarily be weighted toward treatments that maximize survival....

Estimates For Number Of HIV/AIDS Deaths In India Still Not Available

...positive. However, there are groups in India that argue that even road accidents kill many more people than AIDS and much more attention is being paid to the disease because it has some high profile advocates. However, experts like Piot counter the argument by saying the real impact of the problem in te...

Stop Watching TV: Toddler Development Affected

...re not able to follow this guideline, and we would argue that the guideline may need greater publicity. This analysis complements this earlier work by suggesting that viewing a heavy television diet entails modest, but statistically significant, consequences for subsequent development in several key cognit...

Popularity Of Homeopathy On The Increase

...se they take time with their patients". Sceptics argue that there is much in favour of the placebo argument because homeopathy is very effective in so-called psychosomatic illnesses such as migraine, skin ailments and unspecified stomach pains. But homeopath Steuernagel rejects such statements, saying ...

Mad Cow Disease Has Roots Traceable To Man

...ction of animal feed over a long period. They also argue that human TSE and BSE strain characteristics have sufficient similarities to be consistent with their hypothesis. The researchers conclude that further investigations are needed into the sources of animal by-products used in animal feed manufacture...

Differences in brain pattern among liars and cheats in comparison to honest people

...onsists of the cells that connect them. Scientists argue that cheating and lying come naturally to these people because their verbal skills. This has been attributed to more networking in the prefrontal cortex of such individuals. This study has been conducted on 49 subjects who were classified into diffe...

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