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Doctors at risk- the ugly side of the noble profession

...over phone, hounded relentlessly and at times even attacked by infuriated relatives.After cab drivers, clerks at shopping malls, and police officers, doctors are exposed to the ugly world of workplace crime. At least one physician is killed every year the report says adding that health care workers have to wa...

New therapy for pimples

...trial, claimed that the combination of lights both attacked bacteria contributing to the acne, and promoted healing in the skin. He said: "Our challenge now lies in incorporating this treatment to more severe cases of acne and finding ways of incorporating this treatment into their therapy."...

Failure of Drug-Coated Stent

...ly thick plastic sleeve. The body's cells may have attacked the plastic, thinking it was a foreign body, leading to an accumulation of cells. The reblockage of the vessels could be a reaction to the plastic sleeve, and not necessarily a failure of the drug....

House heads for Medicare drug vote

...o complained they were kept out of the talks, have attacked provisions that would establish a test project requiring the traditional Medicare fee-for-service program to compete with private plans in six metropolitan areas and one region of the country beginning in 2010. That proposal has also drawn criticism ...

Common Cold Found to Fight Cancer

...s say, in preclinical tests, the virus effectively attacked cancerous tumors and did not harm normal tissue. However researchers have been studying the common cold virus for the last 30 years and research is still on to test the virus in clinical trials.The potential is huge as some of the vectors are designe...

Bullying – a Common Problem Among Childre

...dents of bullying, //either as bullies or as those attacked by bullies. In some cases, children are impacted both ways – they both bully others and are victims of bullies. In all cases, these children have more adjustment problems than their peers who aren’t involved in bullying. However, most studies have re...

Common Cold Found to Fight Cancer Cells

...s say, in preclinical tests, the virus effectively attacked cancerous tumors and did not harm normal tissue. However researchers have been studying the common cold virus for the last 30 years and research is still on to test the virus in clinical trials.The potential is huge as some of the vectors are designe...

New clues about immune system from leprosy microbes

... kinds of leprosy bacteria, the first bacteria was attacked and killed by both the sets of immune cells that formed as soon as the bacteria was detected by the immune cells. For the stronger form of leprosy bacteria, monocytes had not been able to produce key anti-bacterial fighters or the antigen-presenting ...

New findings come to light about monkeypox

The monkeypox virus, which had attacked 72 people in US in 2003 in an outbreak// of the disease, did not kill anybody, although it is considered to be fatal disease. A new research unveils that these cases were amongst the few strains of the virus that are not fatal. Monkeypox is a very r...

Biotech drug causing anemia-EPREX

... also been found that almost all patients who were attacked by this disease were those who were injected the drug under the skin rather than into a vein. However the reason as to why this is happening is not very clear. The German medical professor Eberhard Ritz, who co-chaired the session, said that the answ...

Bird Flu Survivor Recounts her ‘hell

...mother's arms. And just after a few days the virus attacked her sister, the girl's mother, and she was dead. After this it was her turn to fall ill with the flu. She lay still in the hospital with headache on drips and oxygen for six days. In an interview she said: 'I thought 'what's happening to me now? I ...

Doctors attacked for complacency against pandemic threat

...ir Liam Donaldson, UK’s chief medical officer, has attacked the health profession for complacency in its preparations for a lethal flu pandemic that he says is now a “biological inevitability”. // Last week Donaldson called together 30 public health leaders, including the heads of the royal colleges, to emph...

Man Bludgeons Friend, Gets Life Term

...October last year in a Glasgow's Pollok Park. He attacked his friend less than a year after being // released from a psychiatric hospital where a judge had ordered he be detained indefinitely for another violent assault. Stuart Robertson, a father of three from Glasgow, befriended James Smith while they w...

Murder Accused Wins Hearts By Donating An Eye

...nd claims he is innocent. Majhi said three men had attacked him and snatched Rs.700 from him. So he killed one of them in self-defense. "I sustained injuries in my right eye and almost lost vision during the fight," he said. "I had come to the VSS to treat this injured eye," he said. "During tests, the doct...

UK Plastic surgeons cash in as cosmetic operations soar

...r using hard-core sales techniques. Magazines were attacked for offering "extreme makeovers" as prizes in competitions, and reality television programs for "sensationalist coverage" of the issue. Mr Searle, a consultant plastic surgeon who treats cancer patients in London, has been at the forefront of campai...

Drinking and smoking increases risk of tissue rejection

... was given an entirely new face after she had been attacked by her pet dog last year. It was very difficult for her to eat and communicate with others. The donor of the face was a 46-year old teacher who was brain dead at a hospital in Lyon. Professor Jean-Michel Dubernard, who headed the surgery team, said...

Shortage of services forces delayed hospital treatment for patient.

...red to a hospital 30 minutes away. Although he was attacked and was in serious condition, attention could not be paid. The hospital in question is // the Caboolture Hospital, where emergency services are scarce due to shortage of doctors. While the emergency ward closed briefly, it is presently operational f...

Early Man Was A Prey Rather Than A Predator

... the predators and more individuals to mob them if attacked or to confuse them by scattering. There are a number of reasons that living in groups is beneficial for animals that otherwise would be very prone to being preyed upon," he concluded. Contact: Neil Schoenherrnschoenherr@wustl.edu314-935-5235Washingto...

Red Wine: Is It A Cure For Periodontal Disease?

...nd the bone that surrounds and supports teeth were attacked and polyphenols is a vital factor in preventing it. If not prevented the teeth moves away from its place and falls off. Statistics show that about 15 % of those aged 21 to 50 years suffer from periodontitis. This increases when one grows old. On t...

Smoking Related Illness Could Become A Major Cause Of Death By 2020

...ry slowly and becomes noticeable only after it has attacked the body for years. "One regular symptom is abnormal bronchial passage sensitivity to outside influences. That outside influence, as a rule, is cigarette smoking," explains Michael Pfeifer of the Regensburg University Clinic. Said German lung sp...

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