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AIDS Disaster in India is Imminent

...ng the alarm for what many consider to be the next big trouble spot--India."We have a very serious catast...na, and it's not any of the other superpowers--the big threat to India is HIV/AIDS," said Dr. Ishawar Gilada, the secretary general of the People's Health ...

Novel "CYCLOSPORINE CAPSULE FORMULATION" to be launched

...ovartis a competetion. The current tablet size are big and makes it uncomfortable to swallow. The pharmaceutical company SangStat expects to launch significantly smaller cyclosporine capsule in Europe. The new cyclosporine capsule is significantly smaller than any cyclosporine capsule currently on the...

Fight Heart disease and Pain with Meditation

...India as more people take up and ape the West in a big way it is just the reverse in the United States where people are taking note of Ayurveda in a big way. The study was conducted on 60 African-Americans and after a seven-month period the results were...

And now live birth on the internet.com?

... a boon to these people and is turning out to be a big hit with Singaporeans. This is called view baby project and the web casting technology used by view baby has been used for corporate video conferencing and to broadcast Madonna’s latest concert. The pilot project was free and the hospital authoriti...

Now umbilical cord helps in stroke treatment.

...ure to change the treatment of stroke victims in a big way....

Lure of the home turf brings back NRI doctors

...s. So what's making home the best place to be? One big draw is the emergence oftruly world-class facilities with the increasing amount of private capitalflowing into the business. ``Doctors expect a certain level of sophistication,which is now possible with the growing number of state-of-art hospitals in...

Healthcare sector is now a multi billion-dollar industry in India

... industry is poised to zoom ahead bringing with it big bucks as returns. The study report advises the union government top concentrate on improving the dismal condition of primary and secondary health care in most parts of the country. It asks the tertiary health care sector to be left to the private se...

ATG useful in transplant patients as substitute for steroids

...herapy to guard against transplant rejection, in a big way....

Biotechnology industry expected to grow into a three billion dollar industry by 2002

...002 according to a Rabo India finance report. The big leap is expected to triple the industry's size fro... food and nutrition sectors are all poised for the big leap, both nationally and internationally. The report said the global industry was expected to grow...

Surgery made simple

...ale which allows physicians to know accurately how big a hole they are making....

Dementia - a global problem

..., lifestyle, environment and genetics could have a big impact on dementia but we know little about these factors in places other than America and Europe....

Setting up a new pharmaceutical industry in India

...and the Indian pharma industry is poised to take a big leap. Already all major pharmaceutical companies 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 a...

UV Radiation induces Melanoma

... have the same impact on human skin. He said: "The big lesson, and certainly the one I'd like to tell parents and doctors who see children, is that you should take whatever steps are necessary to prevent sunburn in children. They should wear hats, use sunscreen and avoid unnecessary exposure to sunlight....

New pancreatic surgery

...umber of operations. It scores because there is no big scar and less time in hospital after the operation. Non-invasive surgery involves a tiny incision through which miniature instruments are inserted. The surgeon uses a computer screen as a guide through the operation. // It's an advance to use keyh...

Look out for gout

...ies, sardines or liver. Typically gout affects the big toe joint which becomes hot, red, swollen and very painful. // But gout affects other joints too and if it is not treated it will leads to permanent joint damage. There are effective medications for gout that both relieve the pain and stop the condi...

Deep Sleep Doesn't Increase Memory

Students who go to bed early to be ready for a big test the next day might be missing the mark, according to a study to be released Friday by a San Fernando Valley researcher that finds a good night's sleep does not increase memory. // REM sleep is a deep sleep during which an individual's eyes d...

Back injury cured by engineers

...se they tend to protect their injury by creating a big stress on their spine afterwards.// This study comparedhe movement of injured and uninjured people. The engineers were able to use a mathematical technique to analyse movements of the injured volunteers without having them do the full action. They...

No link between blood groups and prostate cancer

...ggressive forms of the disease. Hence it may be of big concern for men who have type A, but not confirmed as yet. Researchers at the Institute for Complementary Medicine in California checked the blood group of 200 men who had had a prostatectomy at the State Hospital. They find that men with type A are...

Get, set, go...

...ra effort to exercise during this time will make a big difference, say researchers at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, who are studying 254 children. Research co-ordinator Heather McKay said: "If we can increase bone mass by 10% by adulthood, we can decrease the incidence of fractures b...

Particulate matter affects lung development

...owly declines with age.So what happens during that big growth spurt during the teen years may be especially important later in life. Avol and colleagues hope to follow the children as they progress into adulthood, to better understand any persistent and long-term effects of pollution.br>...

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