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Multi billion-dollar suit filed against cell phone firm for causing brain tumours

...t is sure to open up a Pandora’s box and will also attract world wide attention. Because these days cell phones have become extensions of the human body!!!!!...

Pharma cos must forge Strategic alliances

...dustry to evolve a package of products which would attract customers better in the major export markets such as the US, Hong Kong and Latin American. The industry should also focus on the manufacture of affordable medicines, he said, while clarifying that one of the major plus points of Indian medicines was...

Contraceptives decreases Libido

...hemselves less responsive to the very smells which attract them to men, say researchers. The study, published in the journal Human Reproduction, measured the ability of women to detect distinctive smells such as musk - while taking and not taking the Pill. They found that women who were not taking the Pill...

MSI puts on hold plans for operations in Chennai

...w and Vitan, which have been offering discounts to attract customers. Subiksha, the first and the largest player in the segment triggered the discount war. The other followed with discounts to counter threats from Subiksha....

Andhra Pradesh to set up 'Pharma City'

...n the ‘Pharma City’, the state government hopes to attract global pharmaceutical companies to the city for outsourcing about 400 drugs in the post-patent regime by 2005. The ‘Pharma City’ will be developed by private companies in collaboration with the state government. // Naidu has formed a task force on ...

Bridge to liver transplant looks encouraging

...n, and returned to the body. The albumin molecules attract the toxin molecules, pulling them out of the blood. So far, 20 critically ill patients have used the device - and 11 of them survived long enough for a transplant or even recovered. Trials are ongoing at other US hospitals. The Michigan researchers w...

ICMR along with other International Research organisation with drug development for Neglected Diseases

...ses do not represent a market profitable enough to attract Research and Development (R&D). Investment in drugs for neglected diseases is a mere trickle compared to the large amount invested in R&D for possible blockbuster drugs for diseases like cancer and hypertension, or lifestyle disorders such as impoten...

Swallowing Magnets Found To Be Dangerous for Kids

...s are allowed to pass beyond the stomach, they can attract each other through opposing intestinal walls which could be dangerous for children. While swallowing magnets is not as common as swallowing coins, jewelry or toy parts, researchers say there have been several reported cases of multiple magnet ingest...

New initiative launched to fight malaria by repelling mosquitoes

...e. The research will aim to use the odor cues that attract mosquitoes and deflect it from biting the human populations. Malaria is a disease caused by parasites and is spread by the mosquitoes that bite an infected person and goes on to bite a healthy person and pass on the infection. Fever, headache, vomit...

Cure For Deafness Leads Scientist To Find How Fishes Can Hear And Hum Sounds At Same Time

...vocalize, but male plainfin midshipman fish hum to attract a mate or grunt when stressed. During the mating season, houseboat owners in San Francisco Bay have often complained about their homes vibrating from the humming fish, which sometimes can sound like a high-speed motor running underwater....

Sox 18 Slows Cancers

...mours cannot grow above a certain size unless they attract growth of blood vessels, so by being able to control blood vessel development we may be ble to slow or stop the cancer, and the next step will be to establish which genes interact with Sox 18 to control blood vessel development and also what processe...

Donated Mothers Milk To Hit The Market

...ide hospitals with a public relations programme to attract donors. Nursing mothers who agree to donate any amount of milk would receive a free motorized breast pump, a device for siphoning milk. The company was founded in 1999 by Elena Medo, a veteran proponent of the benefits of natural human milk. It o...

An Under Estimation Of The Radiation Hazard With The Use Of Mobile Phones

...century, very few topics have had the potential to attract public attention, as has radiation. Time and over ...gain, radiation has always been a powerful tool to attract the brilliance of the human mind despite the biological hazard. Our perceptions of it have shaped po...

British Women Flies to India for Treatment of Breast Cancer

...ancer medication-Herceptin.// India is likely to attract more such patients as there are considerable cost saving both for surgical procedures and medication.Fifty-year-old Linda Vijeh went to a private hospital in Pune for a mastectomy and reconstruction surgery done on October 4 and is now on her first c...

Declining Rates Of Sperm Donors Over The Past 5 Years

...nonymous. The results have highlighted the need to attract more volunteers, particularly among older men who may have partners. The research team examined details of potential donors between 1994 and 2003. Nearly nine out of 10 were aged under 36, more than half were students without a partner, 85% were un...

Partnership Between Diabetes India And Elsevier Announced

...e metabolic syndrome would be sufficient enough to attract attention for the journal in the current era of proliferating specialist journals in diabetes. He remarked that the launch of the journal as being timely and hoped that it would have a significant impact in the world of cardiovascular prevention.'Des...

Wockhardt Group Plans Hospital In Delhi By End-2007

...ce and orthopaedics," he said. Though it seeks to attract overseas patients, Bali said the hospital group would reach out to the community within the country through its outreach and preventive medicine programme in tie up with primary and secondary healthcare service providers and private hospitals. (IANS...

New Plastic Surgery Unit Set Up In Kolkata To Meet Ever-Increasing Consumer Demand

...lakh according to health officials. In order to attract potential ‘customers’, it has been proposed to conduct awareness campaigns, workshops and seminars on a periodic basis. ...

Dance An Important Factor In Choosing Mate.

...ates among many animal species. Impressive dancers attract more mates and desirable ones too. Rutgers in association with computer scientist at the University of Washington had come up with computer animated figures which replicated 183 Jamaican teenagers between the age group of 14-19 years who were danci...

Indian Hospital Recruits UK Based Doctors

...ish Medical Journal next month is also expected to attract more applicants. Roy, a freelance orthopedic surge...anted me to head a recruitment drive in Britain to attract young doctors to go and work in India. "It's a two-way thing. India can benefit from having docto...

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