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NHS Dentistry Faces Pensioners’ Delug

...ries to keep their teeth healthy. This scenario is bound to put a lot of pressure on the NHS, which is already facing a severe shortage of dentists, who are increasingly turning to private practice claiming that the government funds are not enough to meet their daily needs. The British Society of Gerodon...

Blood Clotting Protein Discovered

...nactive so long as the GPIIb/IIIa and the CIB1 are bound together. While the adhesion receptor is bound to the CIB1, the talin is prevented from activating and binding the receptor. Further studies are pl...

Kerala To Become Testing Center For US Bound Nurses

...has now become a testing ground for nurses who are bound to the US. This follows intense lobbying on the part if the Indian State Government of Kerala. // The National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) may be conducted in Kerala by the US. The NCSBN is a not-for-profit organization, whose membership ...

Mentally Deranged Man Chained for 20 Years

...ngh, a college student, has always seen his father bound in chains. Mansharam's wife Harbai says her husband's signs of mental illness surfaced soon after they were married. According to Ruma Bhattacharya, a Bhopal-based psychologist, the act of keeping a person in fetters for 20 years is very inhuman. ...

10-year-old Pleads, 'Herceptin For My Mum, Please'

...eptin. Shropshire County PCT said that it would be bound to give the drug if it were approved by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), adding that there were questions of the efficacy of the drug in early breast cancer. However, it said that people who felt that they were specia...

Specialist Services Can Help Ethnic Groups To Tackle Alcohol Misuse

...ed States. Both alcohol misuse and ethnicity are bound to social disadvantage, says the author. Considerable stigma also surrounds alcohol misuse in minority ethnic groups, particularly for Asian communities in the UK, where people from an older generation are unwilling to recognise alcohol misuse within...

Doctors Strike In Andhra Enters The Second Day

...ty of Rs.2 million. Already the junior doctors are bound to work in government hospitals under a bond. But many leave without honouring it, he said. "The government spends money on producing a doctor and he has a responsibility towards the society," said Rosaiah. The minister said a shortage of profess...

The Power of External Influence on Our Lives

...gical Science reveals that that we are pretty much bound by what people do and the manner in which their feelings are expressed towards us. This is often infectious and exerts a strong pull on an individual’s thought process. Infact, these perceptions often linger in the mind, the consequences of which we...

Elderly in Dilemma As Care Home Fees Surge in UK

...t. The charity said that the care home fees is bound to jump by another 25 percent by the end of this month and fears that many elderly people will not be able to cope with such increases. Currently, people who have capital above a certain limit get no help for their care home costs. These limits are £...

Receptor for H.pylori Identified in Stomach

... researchers measured the number of H. pylori that bound to cells that either expressed or did not express DAF. They found that the bacteria do indeed adhere to cells with DAF. They also discovered that H. pylori induce DAF expression in cultured gastric epithelial cells and that mice lacking DAF develop a...

Researchers Purify Protein That Could Regulate Male Hormones

...roup from histone H3, one of four histone proteins bound to all genes. "Human genes are so tightly compact within the nucleus that if the DNA of a single cell were unwound and stretched, it would be a line of about two meters in length. Histones are necessary to package the DNA so that it fits inside a ce...

Three-Dimensional Image Of AIDS Virus – BY FSU Researcher

... was comprised of a tight collection of three rods bound together with the head of the spike perched on top. But our images reveal that the stalk is split into three legs, spread more like a tripod, which increases their contact with the viral membrane,’ Roux said. ‘Seeing the tripod stalk suggests a novel...

Schizophrenia Complicates With Altered Receptor Activity

...of the neuron. Both, erbB4 and NMDA receptors, are bound to scaffolding proteins called post-synaptic density (PSD), which can bridge receptor groups together and enhance their interactions. ‘PSD proteins can act like a raft in the ocean,’ explains Hahn. ‘Just as holding onto a raft increases one's chanc...

Enbrel Joins with Methotrexate to Cure Rheumatoid Arthritis

...rthritis. The binding of ENBREL to TNF renders the bound TNF biologically inactive, which can result in significant reduction in inflammatory activity. (Source: Eurekalert)...

WB Asks Centre To Continue Supply Of Anti-Rabies Vaccine

...owever, there are two crore cases globally...It is bound to have a local effect," he said. The state government had asked the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) to beef up general alertness and surveillance in affected areas. Source:PTI News...

Import of Paan from India and Indonesia is on rise in Pakistan

... and a variety of catchy names, its consumption is bound to increase and associating celebrities with such products would only add to its massive sale and consumption." Unlike tobacco, the report pointed out, gutka comes without a health warning and lack of awareness of its impact on health increases con...

'Young and their Reproductive Health' - Theme of World Population Day

...ver- increasing population on natural resources is bound to have unhealthy consequences. A four-fold increase in humans has lead to industrialization and unplanned land management, among others, leading to depleting natural resources and climatic changes. The Question that needs to be answered is 'Do we ...

DNA-bound p53 Tumor Suppressor Protein Structure Determined

... protein – using the tools of structural biology – bound to DNA in its naturally occurring form. This natur...the three-dimensional structure of the p53 protein bound as a dimer to DNA and used the structure to produce an accurate model of the p53 tetramer bound to D...

Overspending in Hospitals to Lead to Cutbacks

...count hit a high of 241 earlier this month, and is bound to rise this winter.” Fine Gael has blamed this overspend in hospitals as just one symptom of the HSE’s own illness: the imbalance between the ballooning number of backroom staff and the medical staff at the front line who are struggling to cope. ...

New Zealand To Give More Choice Of Drugs To Asthmatics

...management next week and it says these changes are bound to benefit// a significant number of moderate to severe asthma sufferers. Some of the changes include widening the access to asthma control medications as well as increasing the choice available to patients by introducing a new aerosol inhaler. P...

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