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Water - The silent killer!!!

...mong children "Diarrhea can be reduced by 26% when basic water, hygiene and sanitation are supplied," the report states. "Yet...40% of world's 6 billion people have no acceptable means of sanitation, and more than 1 billion people draw their water from unsafe sources," according to the WHO. Improving dr...

The World Bank funds private Hospital in India

...the bank is funding a private hospital rather than basic primary healthcare services for poorer patients. The save Public health Care Campaign, a coalition of Indian non-government organizations, trade, unions, and activists, said: "Under the instructions of the International Monetary Fund and World bank, ...

Detecting anomalies in heart rythm

... and patient's risk of cardiac death. ECG is the basic data with which patient's risk of cardiac death can be determined and analysed by the computer.The time interval between successive heartbeats is the first variable to be calculated.// When the programme has completed its analysis, it outputs atleast...

Old are not weak

...und as people get older. This study shows that the basic muscle tissue building process is not at fault. It may be that diet, lack of exercise, or hormonal factors contribute to a loss of muscle mass. These are all factors that can be tackled - the good news is that there appears to be no underlying deteri...

Setting up a new pharmaceutical industry in India

...in India has started giving more attention towards basic product R&D and are going to need most accurate, proven and highly advance equipment. The Indian operation is very important for the company as it is not going to be only marketing company. Once the manufacturing starts the price of lots of product...

Toddlers stressed out

...heir reach, she said, but would be encouraged with basic skills such as speaking, say the experts....

Breakfast improves memory

...orning improves memory. Taking in some calories - basic nutrients -fat, protein or carbohydrate. With regard to weight control, it is believed that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Thereby one can believe that breakfast also boosts mental performance. Researchers at the University of Tex...

Hormones Linked To Migraines

...halamus, the area of the brain that regulates such basic functions as hunger and body temperature, may underlie chronic migraines. The findings provide hope for the 2% to 3% of the general population who suffer from the debilitating headaches, since drugs that regulate these hormones could prevent or reduc...

The brain wave

...sis of social interaction, particularly empathy, a basic part of human nature that allows most, but no all people to care about others. A 3-year old feels empathy and will pat another child in the shoulder or comfort his mom when she’s crying. Scientists now believe that empathy has roots early in life. I...

Processed Meat, Diabetes connection Found

...d Health, said dietary studies such as this have a basic weakness because they depend upon how well people remember what they eat. ``The difficulty with this type of study is that you can't be sure how accurate it is,'' said Kava. She also noted that seeing a relative risk increase of 46 percent is only `...

Pill may replace exercise

...s use to build strength and endurance. With this basic knowledge in hand, it now may be possible to develop a pill that pumps up muscle cells without all that exercise, said Dr. R. Sanders Williams, dean of the Duke University of School of Medicine. The main target of the study is to promote the health o...

Compressed DNA aids gene patients

...uclei of cells than DNA-carrying liposomes. Now basic safety trials have begun involving human patients, suffering from cystic fibrosis also. This disorder, which involves faulty production of the mucus which lines the lungs, is caused by a single faulty gene....

Clotting Protein plays a role in nerve repair

... sclerosis, although the research is still on the basic science level.// In multiple sclerosis, the slow destruction of myelin--the thin, protective coating that insulates nerve fibers in the brain and spine can lead to numbness, muscle weakness and stiffness, impaired vision and coordination problems. I...

Elevating Manganese Levels hold back HIV

...he said. Carl Dieffenbach, associate director for basic sciences in the AIDS program at the National Institutes of Health's Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in Bethesda, Md., said the research was done in a test tube and adjusting metal ion concentrations in the body could have completely diff...

Grapes, Melons Implicated in Outbreaks

...onal Center for Infectious Diseases. She concurred basic food safety steps -- such as washing food -- could reduce the risk of infections. Other researchers looked at the process of heating lettuce to increase its shelf life. By dipping iceberg lettuce into warm water baths, the vegetable resists brown di...

Latest device for identifying Melanomas

... hope SolarScan, which costs about Rs.50,000 for a basic unit, not only will save lives, but also reduce the number of unnecessary operations in which a spot is cut out just to be on the safe side....

Skipped heartbeats should not be ignored

Heart beat has a basic rhythm in which it beats. The infrequent skipped heart beat is not serious, but when there is a sustained heart rhythm abnormality,// medical advice is immediately needed. Most people will have experienced so-called arrhythmias from time to time, in ...

The Happiness Formula....

... that you are in control of your life? 3. Are your basic life needs met, in relation to personal health, finance, safety, freedom of choice and sense of community? 4. Can you call on the support of people close to you, immerse yourself in what you are doing, meet your expectations and engage in activities ...

Mental growth in babies at risk

...normal to mature. Since all mammals share similar basic patterns of brain development they are likely to apply to humans. Further experiments showed that rats whose brain development was held back were able to improve once they left the noisy environment. Hence researchers emphasise the importance that ch...

Y chromosome uses trick to repair its own genes

.... Scientists said followup work could illuminate basic biological differences between the sexes, perhaps shedding light on causes of differences in disease susceptibility, for example. The Y chromosome can't fix its genes in the usual way because it doesn't meet up with other Y chromosomes. The body's ...

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