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Heart disease in the newborn is related to maternal malnutrition

... heart diseases in the newborn. Dr. Tessa .J. Rosé boom of the university of Amsterdam and her team have studied the occurrence of coronary heart diseases in children and correlated the findings to maternal malnutrition in the three trimesters of pregnancy. They opined that maternal malnutrition during th...

Fireworks can spell death for asthmatic children

With many festivals round the corner its boom time for fireworks. We can never imagine diwali without fireworks. Pongal or karthigai also have their share of fireworks. Then of course the usual rigmarole of India – Pakistan cricket matches where even cricket stadia aren’t exempted from fireworks...

Cut down TV and video games and you have less aggressive children.

...r help. Things are no better in India. With the TV boom and the IT revolution, the kids seem to know all at a very young age and many parents complain that their kids are actually going over the edge, right in front of their eyes. While the topic itself is so intense that a thesis can be done on this, p...

Support Services found to Dramatically Impact Pediatric Health Care

...become even more acute and significant as the baby boom generation ages and consumes increasing proportions of the health care dollar." Thus medical providers in the public health arena agree that investing in early health care is a policy priority....

East Or West Yoga Is The Best

...For the past two years, there has been a real yoga boom with prominent stars like Madonna and Laura Bush, wife of US president George W. Bush, leading the way. Yoga, in Sanskrit, means unity of body and spirit. "Yoga promotes physical and mental balance in a society that is becoming more stressful," S...

The Growing Rise In Clinical Research Could Lead To A Compromise In Quality Of Research And Ethics

... experts say they are concerned that the unchecked boom may result in some of the newer organizations compromising on quality and ethical standards while conducting drug trials. // The president of the Indian Society of Clinical Research (ISCR), Dr. Shoibal Mukherjee has recently said that a newly creat...

Outsourcing clinical trials to India

... Outsourcing in the field of IT can be taken as a boom to the economics and development of India, but Outsourcing in // clinical trials is a great havoc to India, as humans are becoming a source of experimental animals and being exploited. Due to intensive and strict Animal guidelines using animals in ...

India – Haven Of Medical Touris

...re is a priority sector for us," he asserted. The boom in overseas patients has prompted scores of Indian doctors working abroad to return home. "Doctors are so well paid here that many of them have since returned from the US and other places. They are getting even more than what they were earning in sa...

Playing Didgeridoo can cure sleep apnoea

Didgeridoo sales may be about to boom following a Swiss study, which found that the instrument can cure the dangerous condition of sleep apnoea.// Swiss researchers have discovered that playing the Aboriginal instrument reduces snoring and daytime sleepiness for those with obstructive ...

Pill ‘o’ mania: Sleep of mind is priceles

...ing and turning , just to grab 40 winks ! This is boom time for sleep inducing gadgets , and according to Forbes estimates, sales of prescription drugs, bedding, mattresses, and other sleep-inducing gadgets are a $10 billion to $12 billion a year business, with potential for immense growth. "Sleep is s...

Health Task Force For India

...s and submit a human development plan. The current boom in medical tourism industry by private hospitals in the country makes it important that the government keeps up with the needs. According to sources in the PMO office the development of the health sector would help stop the continuing brain drain o...

New Network To Ease Blood donation In India

...re poor," said Poacha. At that time, the dot.com boom was nearing its peak. "I got the idea of using the power of the Internet to save lives," Poacha explained. They run the site from their own resources and some donations. Nearly 30 new donors are registered each day. He has a volunteer - Ramesh Sann...

Chronic shortage of GPs in Australia, Need for Immediate Intervention

... workforce to its 2001 level by 2012. The previous boom in medical workforce supply, in the 1970s, was followed by a ‘bust’, which saw strict limits placed on medical student numbers and GP training program intakes. A smoother progression of workforce supply is needed to reduce the likelihood of extreme s...

Prostitutes Feared of Spreading Syphilis During World Cup

..., who also heads the German AIDS Society, said the boom in sex services not only increased the risk of a spread of the syphilis but also of other venereal diseases and AIDS. (Source: IANS)...

Angola To Launch A Massive Health Protection Campaign For The Children

...in 2002 there began an oil-financed reconstruction boom in Angola and her leaders are now stating that they are devoted for the improvement of the basic health care, developing, and implementing other social programs. But it is widely feared that when health workers roll out the vaccination and anti-malar...

Demographic Change Demand a New Life-Course for Aging Society

...ontinue to work a little. This is because the baby boom generation, today around 40 years of age, will soon constitute the older workforce. An increase in productivity could absorb the reduction in manpower and maintain the standard of living, but the distribution of work would be even more unequal than i...

Maimed Conscience and Maimed Beggars (Medical Ethics in India) – Part

... gullible middle class Indian patient. The current boom in medical tourism may even make all this acceptable to the Governement. The current fashion is apparently doctors and hospitals actually paying huge amounts of money to the journalists and employing PR agencies to be written about regularly in the ...

Waxing And Waning Of Dengue Epidemics Attributed To Cross-Immunity

...nown as antibody-dependent enhancement, drives the boom and bust cycles of dengue epidemics. "Temporary cross-immunity has been ignored by the epidemiological community," said study co-author Pejman Rohani, associate professor of ecology and UGA Biomedical and Health Sciences Institute researcher. "It'...

China's Neusoft and Trivitron Plan to Set up Medical Equipments Unit

... years. "After the software, retail and finance boom in India, it is our firm belief that the next big growth area for India is going to be in indigenous medical technology," said G.S.K. Velu, managing director of the Trivitron group. "Neusoft has internationally installed more than 800 CTs and 200 M...

Lower Birth Rate and Fewer Girls under China’s one Child Polic

...red in the near future. It is unlikely that a baby boom would result, and such a change in policy might help to correct the abnormal sex ratio, they conclude. An accompanying editorial discusses the impact of this policy on China’s economy. ...

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