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How much can exercise improve health?

...rvard Medical School, lead author of one of the 32 articles in a special supplement to ACSM's research journal...ve different associations. These articles were not meant to raise a doubt on the value of exercise. Rather they support current federa; minimu...

Help Quit Smoking

... smoke to help them quit. The program which offers articles on new ways to talk to teens and facts on smoking and cancer in addition to an addiction quiz proves as a medium to understand why a child smokes and what the child requires to do to help quit smoking. The program provides parents with newsletters o...

New hope for spinal cord injury victims

...Anatomical Record has put together a collection of articles on the subject of spinal cord injury repair in animals. Spinal cord injury affects millions of people and, until now, has left them with little hope of living a normal life. However, recent research has begun to suggest that maybe stem cells - primit...

A way to a mans heart !

...rning towards fruits //and vegetables. As constant articles in newspapers and medical journals stress the importance of these two elements (Yoga and Healthy Eating) to help increase human life expectancy. As these habits reduce risk for specific diseases, like cancer and heart disease. A study undertaken b...

The Effect Of Pain Relievers In Treating Kids With Migraine Questioned

...Neurology Society. Researchers evaluated over 166 articles and abstracts on children ages 3 to 18 to determine the best treatment for migraines in these patients. Results showed acetaminophen and ibuprofen, both over-the-counter pain relievers, are safe and effective to use as a migraine treatment in childre...

A New Product Offering protection against anthrax

...r two scientists listed as co-authors disputed the articles findings, saying they had never read or approved it. A number of anthrax experts who reviewed the original article for the newspaper, placed little value on Heggers claims because he failed to test spores of a highly infectious form of anthrax used...

Research Fraud By Doctor – Probe Demanded

...any honest scientist to publish over 20 scientific articles involving thousands of patients with heart attacks and other related diseases from a small private hospital with no research facilities except through inventive journalism. Indo-Asian News Service...

Indian Psychiatrist in UK Accused of plagiarism

...a mistake. Blass has written a book and numerous articles on Milgram. He said he was shocked by the similarity between Persaud's piece and his work. "I am reading it [Persaud's piece] and all of my words are echoing back at me," he told The Guardian. "He had taken paragraphs from my work, word for word....

Abortions does not increase risk of breast cancer

... Professor Brind, agrees with earlier reports of articles reported in The Lancet, that pregnancies leading to miscarriage or induced abortions does not increase the risk of developing breast cancer and even the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) has reported that there is no correlated link between pregna...

Drug Database Goes On Air

...available from varied sources// such as textbooks, articles published in journals and databases. The information that is available in these formats has to be concised for the general public’s understanding and should be made accessible. This was done by Dr. David Wishart, faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences,...

Does Magnet Therapy Posses Healing Powers?

... also agrees that there has been a number of bogus articles sold in the name of magnetic treatment but one should not tell that the entire treatment modality of using magnets is a of no use. All magnets have individual properties and when they are put to use properly the definitive results can be obtained. ...

Norwegian Cancer Expert Faked Patient Data

... should continue to treat patients. Also two other articles authored by him, which appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine, would be reviewed. In the current article, it was claimed that a particular drug would reduce the risk of developing oral cancer....

Does Statin drug benefit Heart failure patients?

Research articles in the Journal of the American College of Cardiolo...s the benefits of using Lipitor a statin drug. Two articles in the same journal discussed the use of taking Statin drug for heart failure besides using it for r...

Valentine's Day Theme Overshadows Cricket in Pakistan

...s their emotions for their loved ones. Newspapers articles and special programmes on TV channels and radio too focussed on Valentine's Day. In the office of BrainNet, Pakistan's premier Internet company, many computers displayed a big, red heart as their wallpaper. Pakistani newspapers, especially the Engl...

Reliable Help For Smokers From Nicotine Patches and Former Smokers

... The remaining half of the women were exposed to articles that help stop smoking and meetings organised by the nurses on Health topics, like hypertension, nutrition, exercise and self-esteem. The findings reported that Fifty percent of women smokers kicked the habbit after the six-week treatment program...

Calcium in isolation no good for maintaining bone integrity

...e health. The seven-year study as evident in two articles published this month in the New England Journal of Medicine reveals that overall, supplementation of calcium and vitamin D was not associated with reduced risk of bone loss and colorectal disease. The results also showed that women who constantly too...

JRRD Focuses On Issues Such As Spinal Cord Injury and Prosthetics

...on Research and Development (JRRD) mainly analyses articles related to spinal cord injury, bone mineral density, women's // sexuality, chronic pain and prosthetics research. Under the title that dealt with veterans who reported chronic pain associated with spinal cord injury the author of the study said tha...

Men And Women Read Different News To Manage Anger

...rol their anger by choosing appropriate news media articles to regulate their mood //. For example, men tend to read news articles that would aggravate their anger while women choose articles with an optimistic view, to dissipate t...

Doctor Grilled In Court For False Report About Vioxx Health Risk

...burn was peppered with questions about studies and articles that demonstrated an increased risk of heart attac... this Rayburn responded by saying that some of the articles or studies cited by Lanier were not included in his testimony because he 'felt it was important to l...

Future of Canadian Medical Association Journal Threatened

...r Hoey was dismissed after the journal ran several articles and editorials that sparked anger among the medical association executives. According to Dr Hoey “Any medical journal belongs, intellectually and morally, to its contributors, editors, editorial boards and readers — a sort of constituent assembly.” ...

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